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Walnut Carrier Oil

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Experience the nurturing embrace of Edens Garden's Walnut carrier oil, an oasis of moisture for thirsty skin. Renowned for its restorative magic, Walnut oil is a haven for anyone with itchy or irritated skin. This carrier oil is a testament to nature's ability to heal and soothe, offering a gentle touch to even the most sensitive skin types. Embrace the feeling of profound hydration and relief as Walnut oil works its wonders, imparting a sense of well-being and skin that simply glows.

Every drop of this precious oil is a step towards natural beauty and health. Whether you're using it as your go-to daily moisturizer or as an effective natural makeup remover, Walnut carrier oil fits effortlessly into your self-care routine. Imagine erasing the day’s stress along with your makeup, all while feeding your skin with deeply penetrating moisture that lasts. It’s not just a product; it's your new wellness ritual, brought to you by the source you trust for affordability and uncompromised quality.

Incorporate Walnut carrier oil into your life with ease—apply it to your skin after showering to lock in moisture and soothe any irritation, use Walnut oil on a cotton pad to gently remove makeup while nourishing your skin. Mix it into your favorite DIY face masks, or apply it directly to areas of itchy or irritated skin for instant relief. The subtle, nutty aroma adds a layer of sensory pleasure to your skincare experience. Embark on this journey with Edens Garden and let the purity of Walnut carrier oil reveal your most radiant self.

Carrier oils are 4 oz and come with a pump.

Botanical Name: Juglans regia

Method: Expeller Pressed

Process: Refined

Aroma: Light, nutty aroma

Consistency: Liquid at room temperature

Color: Pale yellow

Absorption: Medium

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: 3 Years
Frequently Asked Questions
How to make Walnut oil?
  • Walnut oil is an extraction from the fruit of the walnut tree by cold pressing the seeds. It is a strenuous job where the dried nuts are machine pressed in a cold state to maintain the essential fatty acid compounds and other nutrients in the natural oil. If desired you can make an infused or macerated Walnut oil at home with a carrier oil which is an entirely different product. It's made by soaking broken pieces of dried walnuts in a clean glass mason jar with a neutral oil such as Jojoba oil. Once the jar is filled with nuts and oil, place the jar in the sun for 4-6 weeks and shake the jar every day. After that period, the seeds are strained from the oil for the finished product.
Does Walnut oil go rancid?
  • Walnut oil will go rancid after a period of time due to its content of unsaturated fats. Cold pressed Walnut oil once opened will normally last about 6-12 months but if stored properly in a cool dark place, such as a refrigerator, Walnut oil may last slightly longer. When expired, Walnut oil will give off a sour, rancid odor and bitter flavor. To dispose of expired Walnut oil, seal it in its container and place in the trash or you can consider composting the oil.
How to use Walnut oil for thyroid?
  • In relation to thyroid health, Walnuts contain selenium which is an important mineral for thyroid function (Iodine is another mineral important to the thyroid). Selenium is an antioxidant mineral that has health benefits that protect us from cell damage and guides a number of our body processes. It is unknown at this point in science, how selenium functions with hormones and metabolism. Walnuts contain about 9% of your RDA of selenium. Walnuts are also an important source of Omega 3 fatty acids that help to abate inflammatory issues. At this point, there is no scientific evidence that walnuts can specifically help thyroid problems. We suggest eating a healthy rounded diet which is an important part of overall health.
Is Walnut oil flammable?
  • According to experts, Walnut oil on its own is non-combustible. There are no special safety precautions noted with this oil when used in an environment where the oil can dry easily. It is very unlikely for combustion of Walnut oil to occur as the oil would have to reach a temperature over 320 degrees. However, as a precaution, if you use walnut oil for commercial purposes or if traces of the oil are left on rags and piled up in a corner, there may be an issue of heat being unable to escape. If this happens there may be potential for walnut oil soaked rags or other cloth material to combust under heated conditions over 320 degrees.
What is Walnut oil used for?
  • With its high nutrient content, Walnut oil is used for its many health benefits. Rich in Vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids such as oleic acid, its antioxidant activity can curtail free radicals, diminish inflammation, aid heart health, and boost brain function. It has the potential to help with thyroid function due to its content of selenium. Topically, it can promote skin health by reducing inflammation and treat skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and other irritated skin problems. Walnut oil can even be used to boost hair growth.
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.


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