Apricot Oil is particularly suitable for sensitive, inflamed, dry or ageing skin due to its mildness.
It is very rich and nourishing – especially in vitamin A and is known to enhance skin elasticity.
You can expect a shelf life of 24 months with proper storage conditions (cool and out of direct sunlight).
Refrigeration after opening is also recommended.
|Botanical Name||Prunus Armeniaca|
|Method of Extraction||Expeller-pressed|
|Country of Origin||Italy, Spain, Turkey, Morocco|
|Common uses||Suitable for all skin types and often the preferred oil in products designed for sensitive skin. It is often used in anti-wrinkle/ skin rejuvenation products, massage lotions and oils, skin cleansers and peelers, in the treatment of acne, eczema and other itchy skin conditions and also lip balms. Apricot Kernel is a very popular oil and is suitable for manufacturers, aromatherapists and massage therapists.|
|Colour||Clear Pale Yellow|
|Consistency||Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils.|
|Aromatic Scent||Apricot oil has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils.|
|Absorption||Absorbs easily but slowly by the skin.|
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