Apricot kernel oil is often used as a replacement for Sweet Almond oil.
Due to its high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, this oil is used in nourishing skin preparations.
It is suitable for all skin types, but especially for dry and sensitive skin.
This base oil keeps the skin elastic, young and tight.
The body and massage oil is good to use during pregnancy and on baby skins.
The skin is nourished during the massage and this makes it look good after the massage or rubbing the body.
This cold-pressed base oil is most commonly used for body massages.
- Dose this massage oil on the hand as needed and distribute it over the body using massage techniques.
- After a body wrap or face mask, the face and body can be rubbed with this body & face oil.
- This oil can be used well as a foot massage oil and against chapping.
- This skin oil can be used to strengthen nails by massaging the oil into the cuticle.
Add up to 50 drops of essential oil to this 500 ml bottle of Apricot Kernel Oil to give a wonderful scent to the massage or body oil.
Essential oils that are often added to Apricot kernel oil for a wonderful scent to the massage are: Lavender oil, Eucalyptus Mint mix or Sport mix.
This massage oil is easy to wash off the skin with our after massage shampoo.
This base oil does not need to be washed off, only if the skin otherwise feels too greasy or if (tight) clothing is worn again.
Apricot kernel oil is originally extracted from Armenia and is therefore also called Prunus Armeniaca Kernel oil.
This natural base oil is a fatty plant oil that is cold pressed from the kernels of the apricot.
Apricot kernel oil is extracted by cold pressing the soaked kernels of apricots.
Apricot Kernel Oil is a clear, yellow, odorless, nourishing massage/skin oil.
It contains Oleic Acid (60%) and Linoleic Acid (30%).
As a result, this oil works perfectly against dry / flaky skin.
Apricot kernel oil is rich in vitamins A, C, E and K that intensely nourish the skin.
Vitamin E ensures that the skin stays young and vitamin K reduces the dark circles around the eyes.
The 500 ml and liter bottles are often used at home or as treatment packaging.
The 5 liter and 10 liter cans are used as refill packaging.