The harmonious carrier oil of Evening Primrose is a balancing and grounding addition to blends when the body needs a gentle push back toward homeostasis. It is particularly useful for women.
Soothing, astringent, and rejuvenating, Evening Primrose oil is a great addition to mature skin preparations as well as applications assisting in women’s holistic wellness. The high nutrient content makes Evening Primrose a richly nourishing option for a variety of formulations.
Carrier oils are 1 gallon. 4 oz carrier oils can be purchased here.
Botanical Name: Oenothera biennis
Method: Cold Pressed
Aroma: Evening Primrose has a very faint aroma with light notes of sweetness
Consistency: Typical and characteristic of carrier oils
Color: Pale yellow to golden yellow
Absorption: Evening Primrose will leave a smooth sheen on the skin
Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.
Shelf Life: Shelf life of 6 months to 1 year with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended
Apply Topically: Our Single Essential Oils and Synergy Blends are 100% pure and undiluted. To apply to the skin, dilute with a high-quality Carrier Oil. See our dilution chart here. Alternatively, use Carrier Oils alone as a natural moisturizer. We recommend performing a skin patch test when using a new essential oil topically.
DIYs: Explore simple and fun recipes on The Drop our essential oil blog with expert tips, EO news, and informative reads.
2ml Evening Primrose
10 ml roller bottle
2 drops Geranium Essential Oil
5 drops Fennel Essential oil
3 drops Cypress Essential Oil
Add the drops of essential oil to the roller bottle and add 2 ml of Evening Primrose oil. Top the rest of the way to the shoulders of the bottle with fractionated coconut oil. Insert roller top, cap, and gently turn back and forth to mix. Apply to the lower stomach and inside of the thighs when a little extra balance is needed.
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