Description: Carrot seed oil is rich in beta carotene and Vitamin A, B,C,D and E. The oil is know to heal chapped skin, balance the moisture in skin and condition the hair as well. It is also helps beneficial when used for burns, wounds, cuts and scars. It can be massaged into hair for hair growth and repair damaged hair. It absorbs easily into skin and is great for eczema, psoriasis and an itchy scalp. Most people mistake carrot seed oil for carrot oil, but the two are different. While carrot seed oil is an essential oil, carrot oil is not. This oil is a combination of crushed carrot roots with a carrier oil, but carrot seed oil is extracted from the Daucus carota plant seeds. it carries an earthy, root-like, and musky aroma. it blends well with oils like Cypress, Lavender, Geranium Egyptian, and Spearmint. The Daucus carota is also known as Wild Carrot. In Europe, it is commonly known as Queen Anne’s Lace. It is a flowering plant that has white blossomsIt is naturally rich in vitamins and minerals and carries powerful healing powers. It is mainly sourced from European countries, and its origins are Egypt, France, and India. In ancient times, it was popular among the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, French, and Indians used for its power in relieving flatulence and soothing inflammation. In other areas, it was combined with other essential oils to address the same issues.

Botanical Name: Daucus Carota

Plant Part: Seed

Extraction Method: Steam distillation

Odor and Appearance: Yellow to amber in color and has a warm, woody-earthy aroma.

Country of origin: India

Main Constituents: Carotol and a-Pinene

Common Uses: It is often used in skincare for its potential benefits in promoting healthy-looking skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and supporting skin health. The oil is also employed in hair care products to nourish and revitalize hair strands. In aromatherapy, carrot seed oil is used for its calming and grounding effects, helping to reduce stress and anxiety. Additionally, it can be used in massage blends to soothe tired muscles and joints.

Note: Middle note.

Blends well with: Bergamot, juniper, lavender, lemon, lime, cedarwood and geranium oils.

Contraindications: Please check with your healthcare provider before use during pregnancy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*

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