Certified Arachis Essential Oil
Extraction Method: Steam distillation and Cold pressed
Aroma: Light, Nutty, Fatty
Blends Well With: With most essential oils and soybean oil(carrier oil).
- Coconut oil is a healthier cooking oil choice. Not only it is stable enough to resist heat-induce damage, but it also contains high amounts of saturated fats, which are essential to your health. Peanut oil can also be used for aromatherapy. Here are some easy ways to use it:
- Foot bath: Add a few drops of lemon or eucalyptus oils to a large bowl of warm water to help soothe the feet.
- Hair conditioner: Mix 15 drops of rosewood oil with five drops of sandalwood and lavender essential oils into unscented oil. Place mixture in a small plastic bag and dunk into warm water to heat up. Apply to hair and wrap for 20 minutes. Shampoo as usual.
- Hair thickener: Add rosemary oil to shampoo to naturally thicken hair and increase volume.
- Itchy scalp helper: Add lavender, cedarwood or basil essential oil to shampoo to reduce itching.
- Lip balm: Combine coconut oil, beeswax and lavender oil for an amazing healing balm for chapped lips.
- Nail strengthener: Mix 10 drops of frankincense, myrrh and lemon essential oils into two tablespoons of vitamin E oil, then rub on cuticles.
- Oily hair reducer: Mix 10 drops each of ylang ylang, lime and rosemary essential oils with two ounces of an unscented carrier oil. Massage it scalp 2–3 times per week. Wash out as usual.
- To get rid of acne- mix a few drops of peanut oil with two to three drops of lime juice. Peanut oil works for both natural skin and dry skin, and also helps protect your skin from blackheads.
- To treat dandruff- Simply mix a tablespoon of peanut oil with a few drops of tea tree oil and lemon juice, and then apply to your scalp. Leave on for two to three hours and rinse with shampoo and water. This edible oil also helps reduce protein loss, thickens your hair, adds moisture to split ends, and regenerates your damaged hair.
- To moisturize your lips- Brush your lips with a soft toothbrush for three to four minutes, wipe with a cotton ball dipped in warm water until smooth, and then massage peanut oil onto your lips.
Oil Specific: Avoid while pregnant or breast-feeding. If you have peanut allergy, you may opt for refined peanut oil. Anaphylaxis is a dangerous and sometimes deadly side effect of peanut oil. If you have a peanut allergy and have unknowingly ingested or used peanut oil, you may experience severe side effects, such as vomiting, pain in the abdomen, swollen lips and throat, difficulty breathing, and chest congestion. Seek emergency healthcare immediately, as this can be fatal. It is best to consult your physician before doing so. I also advise pregnant women and nursing moms to use peanut oil with caution. Consult your healthcare provider to find out if it is safe for you and your infant. If you have sensitive skin, do a skin patch test before using this oil topically.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, please consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Possible skin sensitivity. Do not apply to sensitive tissues. Not intended for children six years of age or younger.
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Mildly antifungal, high nutritional profile, emollient, anti-inflammatory. Because of its oiliness, peanut oil is said to be a good choice for massage blends and is helpful for arthritis and rheumatism. It is a good oil to use to help improve circulation. Because of its penetration quality it is beneficial for getting the essential oils into the circulatory system. Peanut oil is used in skincare to reduce acne and blackheads and to soothe sunburn. The oil spreads easily and does not absorb too quickly making it ideal for use in ointments intended to soothe the skin