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Macadamia Carrier Oil

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In the hustle of everyday life, finding that haven of tranquility can seem like a distant dream. Yet, with Macadamia oil, serenity is merely a few drops away. Infused with nature's finest antioxidants and omega fatty acids, this oil is a panacea for modern-day stresses that take a toll on our skin and hair.

Applying it on the skin as a ritual daily self massage after a shower or bath, it awards a vibrant complexion and an all-natural glow—a testament to its restorative powers. Your friends will marvel at the newfound resilience of your skin after consistent daily use. As a versatile elixir that not only revives the skin but brings forth the natural luster of hair and nails— you can embrace the essence of Macadamia Nut oil and let it guide you to a state of relaxation and rejuvenation.

For those seeking practical ways to integrate Macadamia oil into their lives, consider adding a few drops to your moisturizer or creating a custom skin or hair mask by combining it with your favorite essential oils. You can also massage Macadamia oil into your cuticles and nails to promote their strength and health. It's these small rituals that transform our self-care routines into pathways toward holistic health. Embrace the essence of Macadamia oil and let it guide you to a state of relaxation and rejuvenation. Discover the difference it can make in your life and join countless others who have made Edens Garden a cornerstone of their journey to a happier, healthier self.

Carrier oils are 4 oz and come with a pump.


Botanical Name: Macadamia integrifolia

Method: Cold Pressed

Aroma: Macadamia has a subtle aroma with soft layers of nuttiness

Consistency: Slightly thicker than typical carrier oils

Color: Pale yellow to golden yellow

Absorption: Macadamia is non-greasy and absorbs quickly

Safety & Shelf life

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. Do not use if you have a tree nut allergy.

OK For Kids: 2+

Shelf Life: 1 Year
Frequently Asked Questions
How to extract oil from macadamia nuts at home?
  • Cold pressed oil extraction is a strenuous job where the dried Macadamia nuts are cold pressed with a bladder press or a hydraulic press to maintain the nutrients in the natural oil. Macadamia nuts actually contain a significant amount of monounsaturated fats that break down with heat which is why they are cold pressed. Macerated Macadamia oil on the other hand, can be made at home by infusing the nuts in a carrier oil (macerating) such as Jojoba oil. It's made by soaking the dried macadamia nuts in a clean glass mason jar with a neutral oil such as Jojoba oil in the sun for 4-6 weeks and shaking the jar every day. After that period, the nuts are strained from the oil for the finished product.
How to use Macadamia Nut oil?
  • Macadamia Nut oil is loaded with essential fatty acids and is ideal used in topical body care applications. As a massage oil or skin oil, it can be applied directly on the skin or blended with essential oils to enhance its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. As a massage oil, Macadamia Nut oil assists with fighting free radicals and oxidative stress due to its antioxidant properties.
Is Macadamia Nut oil good for hair?
  • Like many other plant oils filled with Oleic and Linoleic acid and other essential fatty acids, Macadamia Nut oil is rich in antioxidant squalene and other nutrients for hair care that can hydrate dry and brittle hair. To stimulate hair growth, so that it grows stronger and with more vitality, massage a small amount into the fingertips and lightly apply to hair strands and to scalp and roots of hair. Brush into hair with a wooden comb to spread it evenly over hair. Leave in the hair for 20-30 minutes and wash out with shampoo.
What is Macadamia Nut oil?
  • It falls in the range of 2-3 on the comedogenic scale, meaning that most people will be able to tolerate this oil without it clogging pores. Similar to Jojoba oil it closely matches our skin's natural sebum. It contains Vitamin E, Squalene and Oleic acid which assist with cell regeneration and beneficial for mature skin as well as those with dry skin, skin irritation and chapped skin. Other components help it reduce itchiness and redness as well as heal minor wounds and burns.
How do Macadamia Nut oil and Argan oil compare?
  • Both Macadamia Nut oil and Argan oil are incredibly similar in their constituent properties but each has different amounts. To break it down and understand each property, you can then understand which carrier oil would be best for your skin. Both oils contain Oleic acid which is used to hydrate and lock in moisture with Macadamia having 60% to Argans 43%; Linoleic Acid (aka Vitamin F), provides moisture and adds “plumpness”, Macadamia has a mere 1-2% where Argan has 37%. Argan oil contains 12% of Palmitic acid compared to Macadamias 1-3%. Palmitic acid acts as an emollient that softens skin and helps it retain moisture; It also inhibits melanin production and can reduce hyperpigmentation.
How to Use

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.

Protective Tropical Whipped Body Butter:

2 oz PET jar

28.3 g Beeswax Pastilles

28.3 g Cocoa Butter Pastilles

15.7 g Macadamia Oil

10 g Coconut Oil (EGCO)

2.6 g Citrus Cream Synergy Blend

Weigh ingredients. Add Macadamia oil, Coconut oil, beeswax, and cocoa butter pastilles to a double boiler. Heat gently until the pastilles all melt and can be evenly incorporated into the carrier oils. Once the mixture is cool enough for a drop to cool on the inside of your wrist without burning, add the essential oils. Immediately begin blending with a hand mixer to whip. When the butter thickens and becomes more firm, transfer the whipped butter into your 2 oz jar. This moisturizing butter is protective, occlusive and well suited to be applied to the feet and elbows.

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