02:27:00 pm by Blogger, Categories: General Discussion, Formulating

Link: http://www.ingredientstodiefor.com/item/Skin_Nourishing_Oil/1461

Skin Nourishing Oil is a light weight oil suitable to all skin types.  Absorbs quickly to leave the skin soft and supple.

As a straight oil it offers excellent skin protection benefits while it locks in the skin's natural moisture.  Skin Nourishing Oil may also be used as part, or all, of the oil phase in all personal care products, especially those geared toward day time protection and skin nourishment.






Make Formula
100 g

0.2% DermaRestore CO2 Active - Regenerative
0.2% Essential Oil Blend * Natural Fragrance
0.5% Black Raspberry Seed Oil,Virgin    Active - Anti-Oxidant                    
0.5% Cranberry Seed Oil Active - Nurturing
1.0% VegeCide Active - ReFatting / Preservative
10.0% Calendula Oil Active - Anti-Inflammatory
20% Avocado Oil Emollient - Moisturizing
20% Meadowfoam Seed Oil Emollient - Nurturing
47.6% Hazelnut Oil Emollient - Balancing

Processing Instruction: 
Combine with high shear mixing to blend in the VegeCide.

Usage Instruction:
Apply a small amount to damp skin.

*  To enhance the skin benefit of Skin Nourishing Oil you may like our:
AT292 Floral Dream for a light floral scent and a skin balancing activity
AT19 Wrinkle Defense for a light amber / citrus scent and a anti-aging activity
AT572 Gentle Jasmine for a warm floral scent and a gentle activity
AT204 Sensual Musk for a delicate floral musk scent and a aphrodisiac activity


  06:17:00 pm by Blogger, Categories: Latest News, General Discussion , Tags: citrus oils, essentil oils

Safe Use Guidelines and Alternatives


Citrus Essential Oils are some of the most popular fragrances in natural skin, bath, and body care products where they add an uplifting and refreshing quality that is pleasant to almost everyone, making them an easy solution to natural fragrance.

 Citrus Essential Oils are, traditionally, pressed from the peel of the fruit rather than being steam distilled like other essential oils. What this means, in terms of fragrance, is that a Citrus Essential Oil smells exactly like the fruit does in the grocery store, only stronger. The range of Citrus Essential Oils is impressive, allowing the formulator to create sweet citrus scents to tart citrus scents and anything in between with the added benefit of the scent creations having a clean, fresh, uplifting impact.

 Citrus Essential Oils have many things in common:

 All Citrus Essential Oils will have a diffusive effect where their scent is immediately perceptible.

 All Citrus Essential Oils function as top notes, though some of them will bridge to the middle note, with slightly more staying power. Many blenders, and perfumers, will say that because they are top notes they have no staying power. This is not true as anyone who has worked with Citrus Essential Oils knows, this is evident in the fact that you can use a blend of only Citrus Essential Oils and you can still smell the fragrance after the initial lift of the citrus fragrance, though it is true that they do give the initial impression of a blend they do also continue to contribute to the fragrance of a product. When used in combination with other essential oils they do become a permanent part of the blend and will continue to impact the fragrance, with the key being in the ratio of top, middle, and base notes. A good rule of thumb is 1 base note, to 3 middle notes, to 2 top notes though this is not a hard, and fast, rule it can be very helpful in creating essential oil blends that lift off, and wear, smoothly.

 All Citrus Essential Oils should be sourced carefully because anything that is on the peel of the fruit will end up being a part of the oil since it is pressed from the peel and any contaminants, such as herbicides and pesticides, will be pressed off the peel along with the essential oils. It is crucial that any Citrus Essential Oils be from non-sprayed material.

 All Citrus Essential Oils should be used with some caution as they do contain chemical components that may be problematic to the safe use of your products. Below we've offered a highly simplified explanation of the problematic nature of Citrus Essential Oils in an attempt to help you understand the nature of the problem in order to help you make informed decisions with regard to the safe use of Citrus Essential Oils in your products.

 The first being fuoro coumarins. This is a class of components that will impart photo sensitizing properties, meaning that when they are on the skin they will magnify the suns rays on the skin making it more sensitive to sunlight and increasing the risk of sun damage. The level of photo sensitivity varies from essential oil to essential oil with some being highly damaging and others not so much. To better understand this problem it is helpful to look at the biology. Fruits need the sunlight to ripen so the fuoro coumarins are created to attract, and magnify, the suns rays in order to speed the ripening process. A fully ripened fruit will have much less of the coumarins than one that is under ripe so an easy way to gauge this is through the color of the fruit. All fruit ripens from green to red, with green being the most under ripe and red being the most ripe. Oils that are pressed from fruits that are green / yellow is fully loaded with fuoro coumarins are highly photo sensitizing such as bergamot, lime and lemon, while fruit that is pressed from fruits that are orange / red tend to be much lower in fuoro coumarins and are, as a result, much less photo sensitizing such as mandarin and grapefruit, especially the reds.

The other compound that is highly problematic is citral. These compounds are highly irritating to the skin and when not 'quenched' can result in severe blistering. This activity is increased when Citrus Essential Oils become oxidized. Simply putting Orange Essential into bath water has resulted in severe blistering of the skin, in some cases. This is because when you put essential oils into bath water, as straight oils, they will collect on top of the water, coming into direct contact with unprotected skin as one enters the water. Citrus Essential Oils should always be diluted into some medium / carrier so that they dissolve into the water rather than floating on top, and they should always include anti-oxidants to help reduce the irritation potential. Martin Watts, one of the leading aroma chemists, also advises the use of the essential oil containing high levels of monoterpene alcohols to 'quench' the Citrus Essential Oils to reduce the irritation potential. We believe that it's best to utilize both methods when using Citrus Essential Oils so that we can use these wonderfully scented oils without the irritation and sensitization problems.

In todays advanced market there is an easy alternative to pressed Citrus Essential Oils, which are the steam distilled versions. Unfortunately these are still fairly new to the market and as such the main stream producers haven't seen the value in producing them so, for now, they are only available from a handful of small producers, resulting in a higher price point. We have used these steam distilled alternatives extensively in our own blends. These oils have been so popular that we have worked hard to secure sustainable stock so that we could make them available to our customers. For now we are only offering alternatives to those that are highly problematic: Lime, Lemon, and Orange. Bergamot is the other highly problematic Citrus Essential Oil but, it is already available in a fuoro coumarin free alternative, Bergamot Bergaptene Free so we couldn't justify the higher price of a steam distilled Bergamot. These steam distilled alternatives contain only insignificant levels of fuoro coumarins, greatly reducing their photo sensitizing activity, making them a great choice for skin care and even bath and body care. Their fragrance is still fresh and beautiful but, they are slightly different from the pressed Citrus Essential Oils. Mostly you will find them to be more subtle, but well rounded in their fragrance, and slightly sweeter, with the exception of Lime Steam Distilled Essential Oil which is much sweeter, and candy like, than the pressed Lime Essential Oil. The one benefit to the difference in fragrance is that they blend more smoothly with other oils making it easier to create well rounded blends that lift off evenly and consistently.

The Steam Distilled Citrus Essential Oils are not the only alternatives to pressed Citrus Essential Oils when your concern is photo sensitivity. The other alternative is the folded Citrus Essential Oils. You will need to check with your supplier to determine the processing, used to concentrate the citrus oils but, if they are processing through vacuum distillation then the process will reduce the fouro coumarins and photo sensitizing activity. As most suppliers of Essential Oils are well aware of the sensitizing / irritating nature of pressed Citrus Essential Oils they will have confirmed this through the producer or through their own testing if it wasn't available from the producer. If they can't tell you then you should not assume anything. The fragrance of the folded Citrus Essential Oils is very different from traditional pressed Citrus Essential in that they are concentrated and much stronger in fragrance, and are much sweeter.


Steam Distilled Citrus Essential Oils from Ingredients To Die For

Lime Steam Distilled Essential Oil ? a crisp, fresh, very sweet, scented oil steam distilled from the peel of Citrus aurantifolia. The difference in fragrance, from the pressed oil, is significant. Lime Steam Distilled Essential oil is very sweet and more candy like, while the pressed oil is tart, with a hint of sweetness.

Lemon Steam Distilled Essential Oil ? a soft, sweet, scented oil steam distilled from the fruit of Citrus limonum. The difference in fragrance, from the pressed oil, is significant. Lemon Steam Distilled Essential Oil is sweet and delicate with a hint of tartness while the pressed oil is more tart than sweet. When comparing to the traditional pressed oil it will help to think of the steam distilled essential oil as being the same fresh clean scent but, with a smooth well rounded, sweeter, fragrance.

Orange Sweet Steam Distilled Essential Oil ? a soft, sweet, scented oil steam distilled from the peel of Citrus sinensis. The difference in fragrance, from the pressed oil, is significant. Orange Sweet Steam Distilled Essential Oil is sweet and subtle, while the pressed oil is more tart. Of the three orange essential oils, it may help to think of the sweet orange as being sweet and only slightly tart, with the blood variety being much sweeter and the sweet distilled oil as being even sweeter with almost no tartness.


Folded Citrus Essential Oils from Ingredients To Die For

 Orange Sweet 5X Essential Oil ? a sweet concentrated essential oil cold pressed from the peel of Citrus sinensis var.Dulcis and then vacuum distilled to concentrate the aromatic compounds. The difference in fragrance, from the standard oil, is significant. Orange Sweet 5X Essential Oil is much sweeter than the traditional pressed orange essential oil which is sweet and sightly tart. This 5X essential oil is, essentially, five times stronger in the Orange fragrance so a little goes a long way.

Lemon 5X Essential Oil ? a sweet, slightly tart oil cold pressed from the peel of Citrus limonum and then vacuum distilled to concentrate the aromatic compounds, resulting in a oil that is stronger, more well rounded, and much sweeter, than the traditional pressed Lemon essential oil.

Tangerine 5X Essential Oil ? a clean fresh scented oil cold pressed from the peel of Citrus reticulata and then vacuum distilled to concentrate the aromatic compounds, resulting in a oil that is much stronger, and more well rounded, than the traditional pressed Tangerine Essential Oil.

As always, when working with essential oils, the first step is to know what compounds are in your chosen essential oils in order to make sure that you are using them within established safety guidelines. The chemistry of essential oils is very complex and your blends will contain the therapeutic activity of your combined oils, whether you want them or not, as well as their fragrance.

 All Citrus Essential Oils will have astringent, clarifying, activity on the skin and when not intended for oily skin types it is important to combine them with moisturizing essential oils to balance them out.


Happy Crafting!
The Ingredients To Die For staff


  09:59:00 am by Blogger, Categories: Latest News, General Discussion , Tags: holiday hours

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We at Ingredients To Die For would like to wish all of our customers a great holiday season and year to come.

The same is true for our wonderful employees who give us so much throughout the year. In that spirit we will be closing for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays so that they may enjoy the holidays with their family and friends while we also take care of end of year inventory, accounting and maintenance.

Thanksgiving Hours
We will be closed Wednesday through - Friday 11/21 - 11/23.
Tuesday Nov. 25th is the last day to get orders out before the Thanksgiving Holiday. All orders that come in while we are closed will be processed on the following week we get back.

Christmas Hours
Closed December 21th - January 2nd.
Wednesday Dec. 19th is the last day to get orders out before the Christmas Holiday. All orders that come in while we are closed will be processed within the week that re-open. We will bring in extra staff in order to get the holiday orders out without jeopardizing our ability to process incoming orders.




  04:18:00 pm by Blogger, Categories: Formulating , Tags: essential oils

Link: http://www.ingredientstodiefor.com/item/Essential_Oil_Therapeutic_Reference_Guide_Single_Notes_/1246

The Ingredients To Die For Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes) Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide

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Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes)


Benzoin ? Chamomile Cape ? Chamomile Roman ? Rose Otto ? Vetiver ? Ylang Ylang



Cinnamon ? Clove ? Eucalyptus ? Lavender ? Lemon ? Melissa ? Monarda ? Myrtle Lemon

MQV (Niaouli) ? Oregano ? Palmarosa ? Ravensara ? Rosemary ? Sage ? Tea Tree ? Lemon Tea Tree ? Thyme



Carrot Seed ? Frankincense ? Jasmine ? Lavender

 Myrrh ? Neroli ? Palmarosa ? Patchouli ? Rose ? Rosewood? Sandalwood ? Ylang Ylang



Cardamom ? Champaca ? Clary Sage ? Coriander

Ginger ? Jasmine ? Neroli ? Oak Moss ? Patchouli ? Rose ? Sandalwood ? Vanilla ? Ylang Ylang



Cinnamon ? Clove ? Eucalyptus ? Myrrh ? MQV (Niaouli)

Myrtle Lemon ? Oregano ? Sage ? Spikenard ? Tagetes ? Tea Tree ? Lemon Tea Tree ? Thyme




Camphor White ? Chamomile German ? Lavender High Altitude ? Lavender Tea Tree ? Lemon ? Tea Tree ? Thyme Linalol




Chamomile Roman ? Chamomile Cape ? Mandarin Red ? Neroli ? Sage Clary ? Ylang Ylang



Cedar Atlas ? Celery Seed ? Cypress ? Fennel ? Geranium ? Ginger

Grapefruit ? Juniper Berry ? Lemon ? Lemongrass ? Lime ? Mandarin ? Orange ? Parsley ? Rosemary Camphor



Basil ? Cypress ? Eucalyptus ? Geranium ? Ginger ? Pine ? Rosemary ? Spruce Black ? Thyme Linalol



Hyssop ? Lavender ? Melissa ? Ravensara ? Tea Tree ? Thyme Linalol  ? Lemon Tea Tree



Basil ? Cedar Atlas ? Cypress ? Eucalyptus ? Lemon ? Peppermint ? Rosemary



Bergamot ? Cardamom ? Cedar Atlas ? Coriander ? Cypress

 Jasmine ? Petitgrain Bigarade ? Pine ? Rose ? Rosemary ? Sage Clary ? Tuberose ? Ylang Ylang



Elecampane (Inula) ? Eucalyptus (All) ? Fir (All) ? Hyssop ? Lavender Spike ? Marjoram Spanish

Myrtle ? Palmarosa ? Peppermint Supreme ? Pine (All) ? Ravensara ? Ravintsara ? Rosemary ? Sandalwood ? Tea Tree



Eucalyptus (All) ? Fir (All) ? Frankincense ? Marjoram Sweet ? Myrrh ? Sandalwood  ? Thyme Linalol



 Cedar Atlas ? Cinnamon ? Cypress ? Frankincense ? Marjoram ? Rosewood



Bergamot ? Frankincense ? Geranium ? Jasmine 

Juniper Berry ? Mimosa ? Narcissus ?  Neroli ? Orange Sweet ? Rose ? Sandalwood



Cistus (Rock Rose) ? Frankincense ? Immortelle (Everlasting/ Helichrysum) ? Lavender High Altitude ? Lavender Spike



Cedar Atlas ? Cypress ? Patchouli ? Rosemary Cineol ? Clary Sage ? Spikenard ? Tea Tree ? Lemon Tea Tree



Basil Sweet ? Chamomile German ? Chamomile Wild (Ormensis multicaulis)

Cinnamon Bark ? Elemi ? Fir Balsam ? Geranium ? Immortelle (Everlasting / Helichrysum) ? Magnolia

MonardaPalmarosa ? Petitgrain Bergamot ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Rose ? Sage Clary ? Sandalwood ? Ylang Ylang



Balsam Peru ? Bergamot ? Cedar Atlas ? Chamomile (All) ? Fir (All) ? Frankincense

Geranium ? Grapefruit ? Jasmine ? Lavender (Especially High Altitude) ? Litsea (May Chang) ? Mandarin

Monarda ? Neroli ? Patchouli ? Petitgrain (All) ? Rose ? Sage Clary ? Sandalwood ? Spruce Black ? Verbena ? Ylang Ylang



Basil ? Cardamom ? Celery Seed ? Coriander ? Dill  

Fennel ? Ginger ? Nutmeg ?  Parsley ? Pepper Black ? Peppermint Supreme ? Spearmint



       Basil ? Cornmint (Mentha arvensis) ? Eucalyptus Globulus ? Ginger ? Juniper Berry

Lemon ? Myrtle Lemon ? Pepper Black ? Peppermint ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Rosemary (All) ? SpearmintSpruce Black



 Cypress ? Lavender ? Lemon ? Neroli ? Sandalwood ? Vetiver



 Benzoin ? Frankincense ? Marjoram Sweet ? Rose ? Spikenard ? Vanilla



Chamomile (All) ? Lavender (All) ? Rosemary (All) ? Ylang Ylang



Chamomile Roman ? Lavender High Altitude ? Marjoram Sweet ? Melissa ? Peppermint ? Spearmint



Chamomile (All) ? Lavender (All), especially Spike ? MQV (Niaouli)? Tansy Blue ? Tea Tree



Cajeput (White Tea Tree) ? Camphor White ? Catnip ? Cedar Atlas ? Citronella ? Lemongrass ? Lemon Tea Tree



Bay Laurel ? Cinnamon (All) ? Elecampane (Inula) ?  Eucalyptus Radiata

Fir Silver ? Lemon ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Ravensara ? Ravintsara ? Rosemary Cineol ? Tea Tree ? Thyme Linalol



Chamomile German ? Marjoram Sweet ? Nutmeg

Pepper Black ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Pine Cembra ? Rosemary Camphor ? Spruce Black



Benzoin ? Bergamot ? Everlasting (Immortelle / Helichrysum) ? Neroli



Cedar Atlas ? Champaca ? Elemi ? Frankincense

Myrrh ? Patchouli ? Rosewood ? Sage Clary ? Sandalwood ? Spikenard ? Vetiver



Fennel ? Frankincense ? Geranium ? Lavender High Altitude ? Sage Clary



Anise ? Chamomile German ? Juniper ? Lavender High Altitude

Marjoram Sweet ? Peppermint Supreme ? Petitgrain Mandarin ? Petitgrain Bigarade ? Rosemary Camphor ? Sage Clary



Birch ? Chamomile Roman ? Coriander ? Eucalyptus (All) ? Fir (All) ? GingerLavender (All)

Marjoram Spanish ? Nutmeg ? Pepper Black ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Pine Cembra ? Rosemary Camphor ? Spruce Black ? Vetiver



Bergamot ? Chamomile Roman ? Frankincense ? Geranium ? Jasmine ? Rose



Bergamot ? Frankincense ? Geranium ? Grapefruit Red ? Jasmine Lavender ? Lemon ? Mandarin RedNeroli

Orange Sweet ? Palmarosa ? Peppermint ? Petitgrain Bigarade ? Rose OttoSage Clary ? Sandalwood ? Ylang Ylang



Cistus (Rock Rose) ? Frankincense ? Immortelle (Everlasting /

Helichrysum) ? Neroli ? Palmarosa ? Patchouli ? Petitgrain Mandarin ? Rosewood ? Yarrow


SKIN CARE (All Types)

Chamomile (All) ? Geranium ? Jasmine ? Lavender High Altitude ? Myrrh ? Neroli

Orange Sweet ? Palmarosa ? Patchouli ? Petitgrain Bigarade ? Rose ? Sandalwood ? Spikenard ? Vetiver ? Yarrow


SKIN CARE (Mature / Wrinkles / Tightening / Tone)

Carrot Seed ? Cistus (Rock Rose) ? Frankincense ? Galbanum

Myrrh ? Neroli ? Palmarosa ? Patchouli ? Rose ? Rosewood ? Sandalwood



Chamomile German ? Chamomile Wild (Ormensis multicaulis) ? Jasmine Sambac ? Jasmine Grande ? Lavender High Altitude ? Mimosa ? Neroli ? Patchouli ? Petitgrain Bigarade ? Rose Otto ? Rosewood ? Sandalwood ? Spikenard ? Tansy Blue ? Vetiver ? Ylang Ylang (Extra and First)



Carrot Seed ? Chamomile ((All) Especially German) ? Lavender High Altitude ? Tansy Blue ? Yarrow



Bergamot ? Chamomile ((All) Especially Roman) ? Frankincense ? Lavender High Altitude

Mandarin Red ? Marjoram Sweet ? Melissa ? Neroli ? Petitgrain (All) ? Sandalwood ? Sage Clary ? Ylang Ylang



Birch ? Chamomile Roman ? Coriander ? Eucalyptus (All) ? Fir (All) ? Ginger

Marjoram (All) ? Nutmeg ? Pepper Black ? Pine Cembra ? Pine Sylvester (Scotch) ? Spruce Black ? Vetiver



Basil ? Cardamom ? Cinnamon ? Clove ? Ginger ? Peppermint



Chamomile (All) ? Lavender High Altitude ? Yarrow


The Ingredients To Die For, Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes), was created to help you find the essential oils that may be helpful to your, particular, application so that you can identify those that may be applicable and then go to the, actual, essential oil page for further information, using the Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes) as a starting point to the possible synergies for the therapeutic use of individual essential oils.


The Ingredients To Die For Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes) is for reference only and should not be construed, or considered, as medical advise.  Always seed the advise of certified / registered Aromatherapist for the safe, and effective, use of essential oils when using them for their therapeutic benefits.  Ingredients To Die For does not recommend the use of essential oils as a replacement for professional medical care.  Neither the Essential Oil Therapeutic Reference Guide (Single Notes), or anything else on the Ingredients To Die for web site should be construed, or considered, as medical advise.  Always seek medical attention from a qualified medical professional.



  10:46:00 am by Blogger, Categories: Formulating , Tags: rosehip seed oil

Link: http://www.ingredientstodiefor.com/item/Rosehip_Seed_Oil/365?category=30

Rosehip Seed Oil

Rosehip Seed Oil is cold pressed from the rose hips of Rosa rubiginosa, a wild Rose bush, and is often referred to as Rosa Mosquetta.  Rosehip Seed Oil is one of the most difficult to extract as the tiny seeds are attached to hair like fronds, that are very itchy and, can be fatal if breathed into the lungs.  Caution must be taken when sourcing Rosehip Seed Oil as it is very common to extract it by solvent, to avoid the intensive pressing, which results in a much cheaper oil that is not suitable for natural product lines, due to residual contaminants, and the destruction of vital nutrients.  The Ingredients To Die For Rosehip Seed Oil is winterized (which is refrigeration, and straining, to remove solids), and double filtered, to make it more stable, and useable.

Rosehip Seed Oil, Rosa rubiginosa, is exceptionally active.  Studies have shown it to be one of the most regenerative oils, improving skin texture, and reducing scars and skin discoloration.

Rosehip Seed Oil, Rosa rubiginosa, is a perfect addition to all of your anti-aging products as well, where it helps to smooth out facial lines, and wrinkles, while moisturizing, and hydrating, the skin.



  • Wrinkles
  • Anti-Aging
  • Discoloration
  • Tissue Regeration
  • Minimizes Scar Tissue
  • Exceptional Skin Moisturizer


  • up to 30%
    • Skin Care Emulsions - 2 to 5%
    • Body Care Emulsions - 2 to 10%
    • Skin / Body Oils, Salves, Balms - 5 to 30%
    • Lip Balms - 1 to 5%


  • Anti Aging Products
  • Anti-Wrinkle Treatments
  • Scarred, Discolored, Skin Treatments
  • Skin Care Creams, Lotions
  • Body Care Creams, Lotions
  • Regenerative Products
  • Lip Products


To extend the shelf of this fragile oil there are a few things that can be done in your lab:  always wipe the mouth
with an alcohol wipe to remove all traces of oil, to help prevent oxidation on the mouth of the bottle, transfer it to a dark bottle, or store in a dark place, to prevent light penetration as much as possible, you can also add an anti-oxidant such as 1% Vitamin E MT50 to help prevent oxidation and rancidity.

Create the worlds best Beauty Treatment Oil by combining 1%, each, Vitamin E MT-50, Argan Oil, Cranberry Seed Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, 5%, each, Borage Seed Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Olive Squalane, 10% Sesame Seed Oil,  15% Jojoba Oil, 21% Avocado Oil, 29.5% Hazelnut Oil, and 0.5% AT292 Floral Dream ... This blend will offer the wealth of each oils anti-aging properties for the ultimate treatment.  For a pre-loaded calculator version of this formula, to make this easier, follow this link then just click on the pencil:  World's Best Beauty Oil

NOTE::  The high level of Sea Buckthorn Oil will make this oil a dark orange color.  If you prefer a lighter color just reduce the Sea Buckthorn Oil to 1% and add the 4% difference to Squalane, for additional anti-aging benefits or to Avocado, for additional dry skin benefits, or to Hazelnut for faster absorption.  The Avocado will make it absorb faster as well.

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