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Emerald Organic Sweet Almond and Red Raspberry Seed Carrier Blend comes in a beautiful 250ml, environmentally friendly glass bottle so you don't have to worry about the toxins from a plastic bottle leaching into your oils! The bottle also makes a beautiful bud vase for when you are all done with your carrier.


This Organic Carrier Blend  is a unique all in one carrier with Sweet Almond and Red Raspberry Seed was made to be a beautifully moisturizing and deeply nourishing blend designed to create a lipid barrier that holds in natural moisture, while offering light SPF protection. (For even better sun protection add the Emerald Carrot Seed essential oil!)

Storage: Keep refrigerated when possible and use within six months of purchase.


Why Use: The Emerald Sweet Almond and Red Raspberry Seed Carrier Oil Can be used to treat dry skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis, acne, sun damage, wrinkles, and is a wonderful base for DIY sunscreen.*


Organic Sweet Almond Oil: Is good for all skin types to soothe, soften, and protect and is helpful for dryness, itching, eczema, and dermatitis. The oil's fatty acid content may help dissolve excess oil on the skin, while the retinoids in the oil may reduce the appearance of acne and improve cell turnover, and help reverse sun damage.


Organic Red Raspberry Seed Oil: Is a great source of antioxidants and vitamins A and E, red and can help slow the aging process, stimulate collagen production, and help your skin appear more youthful and vibrant. It offers an average SPF of 28-50 and can serve as natural LIGHT protection from the skin damaging rays of the sun. I would recommend using it as a base with zinc oxide, carrot seed essential oil, and beeswax for waterproofing. You can find my  recipe for sunscreen bars here-

Carrier oils are also known as base oils, massage oils, and fixed oils. They are extracted from various types and parts of plants, including the nuts, seeds, leaves, and flowers.


Not only are carrier oils are used in aromatherapy to dilute essential oils to a level that is safe to use on the skin, they actually prevent the volotile essential oils from evaporating too quickly, and they CARRY the oil's into your skin so they can get to work healing. They mainly consist of fatty acids or lipids. These fatty acids have therapeutic properties that add additional benefits to an essential oil blend.


When combining essential oils with carrier oils, follow the instruction leaflet included with each essential oil, paying attention to the safety guidelines.


As with essential oils, carrier oils can be blended together to create a synergy. For example, to make a rich massage oil for dry skin, add some jojoba oil to sweet almond oil. For mature skin, add some rosehip seed oil or for wound care add some tamanu.


For  my Emerald Carriers, I have selected what I believe to be the best carrier oils, and glass bottles instead of plastic so you can be assured you are putting nothing harmful on your skin. Whenever possible, I use unrefined versions of the oils as they contain more natural constituents, including vitamins and other beneficial ingredients.


(This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. No information provided is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.)

Organic Sweet Almond Red Raspberry Seed Carrier Blend

  • How You Can Use Emerald's Organic Brilliance Blend

    • Moisturizer. The Sweet Almond and Red Raspberry Seed Oil is a fabulous moisturizer for oil, problem, aging, itchy or sun damaged skin.
    • Blending with essential oils, This blend is a wonderful base for DIY body butters, lotions, facial moisturizers, and sunscreens, as well as the perfect light carrier for using your Emerald essential oils. 
    • Sunscreen. While it does offer an SPF of 28-50, it is best blended with the Emerald Carrot Seed essential oil, zinc oxide, and beeswax for even further protection.

    When combining essential oils with carrier oils, follow the safety guidelines for percentages as discussed on the Dilution Guidelines Page.