Avocado Virgin Carrier Oil

Avocado Virgin Carrier Oil

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Avocado Virgin Carrier Oil is pressed from avocados, delivering a rich, green oil with a mild, nutty scent. This oil is a natural powerhouse, abundant in vitamins A, E, and K and essential fatty acids like oleic acid. It's a versatile skincare and hair care choice, offering a luxurious nourishment touch.

Suggested Uses:

  • Skin Rejuvenation: Apply Avocado Virgin Carrier Oil to the skin for intensive hydration and to promote a youthful complexion. It's suitable for all skin types and can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Hair Treatment: Utilise it as a deep conditioning treatment or a hair serum to enhance shine, reduce frizz, and strengthen your locks, leaving your hair soft and manageable.
  • Nail Care: Apply to nails and cuticles to nourish and strengthen them, promoting healthy and resilient nails.

Shelf life: Users can expect a shelf life of 12 months with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended.


Botanical Name Persea Gratissima
Plant Part Fruit
Method of Extraction Expeller Pressed
Processing Type Virgin
Country of Origin South Africa
Common uses Avocado oil is a very popular, all purpose carrier oil. Commonly used in body oils, anti-wrinkle and skin regeneration creams, especially night creams, in pre and after sun care products. When combined with other oils Avocado is used in massage, lip products, night creams, hand creams and hair care products.
Colour Ranges from yellow through to green to olive green. In cold conditions the oil can turn cloudy due to the high content of saturated fatty acids.
Consistency Mobile Liquid but may solidify
Aromatic Scent Avocado has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils.
Absorption Slowly absorbed into the skin.

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