Skin Care Oil - Jojoba Oil
Softening, Nourishing, Protecting, Rejuvenating. A natural source of Vitamin B plus skin-nourishing fatty acids and lipids.
- 100% Pure Botanical Ingredients
- Natural Skin Care Oil with Vitamin E
- No Synthetic Fragrances or Colors
Aura Cacia Pure and Natural Skin Care Oils are the perfect base for creating individualized massage oil blends. Or use alone as a bath oil or to moisturize the skin after cleansing. These high-quality skin care oils are used as carrier oils to deliver the aromatherapy experience. Simply add small amounts of Aura Cacia 100% pure essential oils. Indulge in the Beauty of Nature with Aura Cacia Aromatherapy.
Aura Cacia's 100% pure vegetable oils are extruded from natural plant or botanical sources, such as almond kernels, grape seeds, and jojoba fruit. In addition to their soothing and moisturizing properties, these oils are highly valued for their ability to nourish the skin with fatty acids, antioxidants, and natural vitamins. Combined with your choice of pure essential oils, they can become massage, body, and bath oils that deliver physical, mental, and spiritual benefits.
A few words about the Aura Casia brand. Many of us, who have some experience in essential oils, also have the (not so good) experience in buying JUNK instead of essential oils. My personal “horror stories” include residue in the diffuser (indicating additives and impurities), strange smells (possibly associated with the added olive oil – at its rancid point), and simply lack of smell or lack of any effect. We are also told that most essential oils should not be eaten, because they may contain traces of the solvents they have been extracted with. The known exceptions are such brands as Young Living and DoTerra.
However, I want you to discover Aura Casia: it utilizes the SAME exact methods and check-points to assure oil quality (supervising plant quality at the source, careful distillation, undamaging extraction methods, etc.) – but is a lot less expensive. You can learn more about Aura Casia standards here: