Evening Primrose Carrier Oil
Evening Primrose Carrier Oil
Evening Primrose Carrier Oil
Evening Primrose Carrier Oil

Evening Primrose Carrier Oil

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Exceptional Evening Primrose Carrier Oil offered as a rare supercritical extract obtained from the seeds of the wild Evening Primrose plant which exudes lovely lipids to be cherished by thirsty skin. This wildflower has been used by Native Americans and Europeans for centuries where seeds were pressed for oils and soaked in warm water and made into poultices. A little bit of Frankincense Essential Oil is added for extra soothing potency.

Details

Botanical Name: Oenothera biennis
Botanical Family: Onagraceae
Ingredients: Evening Primrose Oil + Frankincense Essential Oil
Extraction Method: CO2
Part of Plant Distilled: Seeds
Country of Origin: Canada
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 95% Oenothera biennis + 5% Boswellia carterii
Consistency: Medium
Scent Description: Distant and subtle, with tender hints of nuts and honey.
Blends well with: Myrrh, Lavender, Ylang, Orange, Cardamom, Palmarosa, Thyme, Seabuckthorn, Tansy, Yarrow, Laurel, Frankincense, Rose Otto, Immortelle, and Sandalwood.
Uses: Excellent skin emollient and carrier for botanical essences. It relaxes redness and puffiness. When combined with Frankincense, it may decrease the appearance of wrinkles and firm sagging skin.

When Evening Primrose Carrier Oil il is combined in perfect proportion with fortifying Frankincense Essential Oil, the result is a skin superhero oil that is ready to quench and drench dry skin with its arsenal of lovely lipids. As day turns to night, the Primrose opens its petals in the twilight and its seeds offer up a myriad of magnificent moisture to bring skin into balance.

"Oh, you mysterious girls, when you are fifty-two we shall find you out; you must come into the open then. If the mouth has fallen sourly yours the blame: all the meanness your youth concealed have been gathering in your face. But the pretty thoughts and sweet ways and dear, forgotten kindnesses linger there also, to bloom in your twilight like evening primroses."
~ J.M. Barrie