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We all know what thirsty skin feels and looks like. It can be itchy, pale and endlessly uncomfortable. Thankfully, everyone’s favorite fruit is here to hydrate the moisture back into your skin.

Avocado might be better known for its delectable taste in guacamole or other delicacies but its natural properties make for a generous carrier oil. Often used to help fade age spots and smooth away deep wrinkles, Avocado deeply nourishes as it restores natural balance on the skin. Some studies have shown that it can even increase the skin’s collagen. Rich with vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E and Beta Carotene, Avocado can actually prevent itchy or dry skin conditions.

Native to North and South America, Avocado trees grow up to 60 feet and have dark-green leaves, and yellow flowers that develop into fruit. The familiar brown kernel is surrounded by a soft and buttery pulp. Avocados grown in Mexico are very different from those harvested elsewhere. The leaves have an anise-like aroma and a higher oil content, making it ideal for cold pressed extraction.

Botanical Name: Persea americana

Method: Cold Pressed

Aroma: Avocado has a very light aroma with sweet and nutty notes

Consistency: Typical and characteristic of carrier oils

Color: Pale yellow to golden yellow

Absorption: Avocado will leave a sticky, waxy feel if applied topically to large areas of skin

Common Uses: Avocado is used to restore dry, dehydrated or damaged skin. It helps heal sun damage while reducing the appearance age spots and wrinkles. Some studies show that Avocado oil can actually increase collagen in the skin as it nourishes and hydrates

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Safety: Avocado oil is extremely safe but may cause allergic reactions or hypersensitivity in some individuals

Shelf Life: Avocado Carrier Oil users can expect a shelf life of 6 months to 1 Year with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight)

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