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Nature's Alchemy Sweet Almond Oil, 100% Pure, 16 fl oz (473 ml)
- Our carrier oils are the perfect complement to our 100% pure natural essential oils.
- No synthetic fragrances, colors or binders are used.
- These oils represent the best choices for creating perfect massage or bath oil blends, as well as for creating emollient lotions for your skin.
- Sweet Almond Oil is probably the most popular base for massage oils because of its luxurious emollient feel and absorb ability
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Size: 16 oz
External Use Only
100% pure Sweet Almond Oil
May be used as a massage or moisturizing oil by applying to the skin as desired.
Top Customer Reviews
To top it off, the plastic bottle was low grade plastic, not really meant to hold a product like this. From what I read, it is entirely possible that the plastic could bleed chemicals into the oil which would then be applied to your skin. No thanks. As soon as I realized this I put it into a food safe container.
give it a hint of fragrance, and squeeze in the contents of a liquid vitamin E tablet for antioxidant prevention, which makes this a lovely and inexpensive facial oil.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great buy! I use this oil for hand&body scrub as well as cuticle oil.Published 6 months ago by Lindsay Paige
got it for massage, now I use for hair mainly I add a scent sweet almond oil because I liked the way that smell for a scent.Published 8 months ago by kfree
I got this because I read it helps with dark circles. It doesn't do much of anything. It's not bad, but not great.Published 13 months ago by DNapoli
I used this for a little while as a carrier oil, and it worked just fine, but after a while it started smelling really old and strong, I probably wouldn't get this again.Published 13 months ago by Lola
Awesome, just fabulous quality! Smooth and moisturises very well. Gentle for around eyes and makeup removal. Just perfect for dry skin anywhere on your body including face. Read morePublished 13 months ago by althea walker