Avocado, a prized ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine, is celebrated for its versatile therapeutic applications. Avocado is utilized to address a wide array of health concerns, including reducing bad cholesterol, relieving chronic constipation, combatting alopecia, enhancing libido, regulating insulin levels, boosting strength and stamina, soothing joint pain, and promoting better sleep. Additionally, it is employed to tone and rejuvenate the skin while countering the effects of skin damage caused by free radicals. Avocado Carrier Oil harnesses the true essence of this Vitamin-rich fruit and offers remarkable benefits for skin and hair health. Avocado carrier oil has healing properties, making it an excellent choice for enhancing and promoting the natural beauty of the skin and hair.
Source: Pulp of Avocado
Extraction method: Cold Pressed
Color: Yellow, Green or Brown
Aroma: Subtle or mild
Avocado oil is high in monounsaturated fats, vitamin E, potassium, and other beneficial nutrients
Straightens, strengthens, hydrates and softens hair
Promotes hair growth
Stimulates circulation to hair follicles, decreases hair fall and promotes growth of new hair
Reduces pain & inflammation
Helps reduce the joint pain and inflammation associated with Arthritis
Soothes skin issues
Helps soothe skin issues like rashes, eczema, dryness and signs of aging
Its regenerating and rehydrating properties smoothen & tighten the skin and enhance the skin texture
Ways to use
Can be topically applied to moisturize dry cracked skin, especially on the heels and cuticles
Eye makeup remover
A small amount of avocado oil on a cotton pad can be used as a hydrating eye makeup remover
Avocado oil massaged on to hair and scalp can soothe itchiness, reduce dryness and promote hair growth
Helps improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and releive pain or stiffness in muscles & joints
Allergies: If you have a known avocado allergy, avoid using avocado oil.
Purity: Ensure you are using pure, and cold-pressed avocado oil for the best results.
Skin Patch Test: Before using avocado oil extensively on your skin, perform a patch test to check for any adverse reactions or sensitivities.
Sun Sensitivity: Avocado carrier oil is not known to cause photosensitivity like some essential oils, but it's still a good practice to apply sunscreen when spending extended periods in the sun.
Storage: Store avocado oil in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight.
Mixing with Essential Oils: When blending avocado oil with essential oils, adhere to recommended dilution ratios, as essential oils are potent and should be used with caution.