Earthroma's Meadowfoam Carrier Oil is great for Moisturizing and Rejuvenating the Skin!
Meadowfoam Oil has amazing moisturizing and rejuvenating properties and is highly recommended for use in skin care especially for its UV protection properties. It is a key ingredient in many different products such as massage oils and lotions, hand and facial creams, hair and scalp care, nail repair creams, shampoos, shaving creams and various other balms.
|Botanical Name: Limnanthes alba|
|Processing Type: Refined|
Plant Part used: Seeds
|Extraction Method: Cold Pressed|
Scent: very little aroma
Odor Intensity: Low
|Color & Consistency: Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid|
|Absorption: absorbs quickly leaving the skin feeling silky smooth|
|Shelf Life: 2 years if stored properly. cool, out of direct sunlight. Refrigeration is recommended. It may go cloudy or solidify at cooler temperatures, it will return to liquid form after sitting out and will not harm the oil.|
Why our Essential Oils & Carrier Oils are the Highest Quality!
✔ 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil
✔ GC/MS Reports on all oils to show the Purity
✔ Kosher Certified Oils (food grade) - varies
✔ Cold Stored at 37°F to improve the shelf life
✔ Every bottle is Sanitized at 160°F
✔ Perfect for Aromatherapy / Therapeutic/ Topical Uses
✔ Free Gift with Every Order - varies
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We Cold Store (refrigerate) ALL our Essential Oils & Carrier Oils, which increases the Shelf Life!
We believe that everyone should receive the purest oils possible, so we store all our Essential Oils and Carrier Oils in our cold room until they are shipped. This maintains the oil at a stable 37°F and reduces the chance for any oxidization which can greatly reduce the life span of the oils. This also protects the oils from insects or pests contaminating the oils after it is bottled.
We also recommend that you refrigerate the oils or store in a cold, dry, dark location with cap tightly sealed. To learn more about why we refrigerate click here.