5 Ways to Use Edens Garden Coconut Carrier Oil

February 14, 2016

Ways to use coconut carrier oil - Edens Garden essential oils

If you haven’t joined the Coconut craze yet, it’s time to jump on board! Although many people may be familiar with Coconut oil’s consistency as a solid, our Coconut carrier oil contains no double bonds and is a “Fractionated Coconut Oil” and is fully liquidized. Its supple texture absorbs effortlessly into the skin, making it ideal for massage therapy. Here’s our favorite uses for this diverse carrier oil:

1. The most common use of Coconut carrier oil is to dilute concentrated essential oils. Mix your favorite Edens Garden oil with Coconut to make it safe to use topically on your skin. 

2. Massage into skin to nourish dry skin. it’s non-greasy and absorbs easily into the skin, so it won’t clog pores. Great for cracked lips too!

3. Apply a few drops to your face and massage to naturally remove makeup, then blot off with a tissue or paper towel. Avoid direct contact with eyes. 

4. Lessen skin discoloration by regularly applying coconut oil to those areas.

5. Use as a natural shaving lotion.

COMMENTS

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Diana! We recommend a 3% dilution rate for healthy adults.

    3% dilution = 15-18 drops of essential oil per 2 Tbsp. of carrier

    On September 09, 2016

  • Diana says...

    How much relaxation would I add to this carrier oil? Is there any hint of the coconut smell that would change the smell of the synergy oil?
    I’m thinking of using a roll.

    On September 08, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Becca! We recommend a 1% dilution rate.

    In a 10 ml roll-on = 2 drops Sleepy Time to 2 tsp. carrier oil

    On September 01, 2016

  • Becca says...

    Hey I bought some of your Ok for kids sleepy time. How to I dilute it properly, for a 10 mL bottle or a roller bottle. I am afraid of using too much.

    On August 31, 2016

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi DuAnn! For a 3% dilution rate, add 1 drop of each oil to 5 ml of carrier oil.

    On July 11, 2016

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