Sweet Almond Oil - Excellent as a massage oil, this luxurious oil is also wonderful in soap. Use it in your cold process recipes at 5% and enjoy the moisturizing properties of this light oil. Sweet Almond Oil is renowned for its rich concentration of oleic and linoleic essential fatty acids which help to give it unequalled penetrating and restructuring properties. This oil also makes an unparalleled carrier for salt (for use in salt scrubs).
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) OilCommon Name: Sweet Almond Oil
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Robin! I'm so glad you've been having such success using our Sweet Almond Oil! Great question! Sweet Almond Oil is produced by pressing the dried kernels or nuts of the almond tree. These kernels are the same nuts you're used to eating, either whole or ground into meal, and are usually known simply as almonds. For people with nut allergies they would want to contact their healthcare professional to find out if this oil would be safe to use as it depends on their kind of allergy. A great alternative to Sweet Almond Oil is our Apricot Kernel Oil!
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