Carrier Oil: Aloe Ferrox
- Botanical Name: Aloe Ferrox
- Family: Xanthorrhoeaceae
- Extraction Method: Cold-pressing or solvent extraction from the seeds
- Plant Part: Seeds
- Origin: Native to South Africa
Appearance and Aroma:
- Color: Pale yellow to golden brown
- Consistency: Light and easily absorbed
- Aroma: Mild, earthy, and slightly nutty
Properties and Characteristics:
- Texture: Aloe Ferrox oil has a lightweight and non-greasy texture.
- Nutritional Profile: It is rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.
- Shelf Life: Aloe Ferrox oil has a relatively long shelf life of about 1 to 2 years when stored properly in a cool, dark place.
Uses and Benefits:
- Skin Care: Aloe Ferrox oil is moisturizing and soothing for the skin. It helps hydrate dry skin, reduce inflammation, and improve skin elasticity. It may also aid in the healing of wounds, scars, and burns.
- Hair Care: Aloe Ferrox oil can nourish and condition the hair, promoting softness and shine. It may also help soothe scalp irritation and dandruff.
- Aromatherapy: Aloe Ferrox oil is often used as a base oil for diluting essential oils and for massage purposes due to its skin-friendly properties.
- Additional Uses: Aloe Ferrox oil can be used in bath oils, lotions, and serums to enhance their moisturizing and rejuvenating effects.
- Aloe Ferrox oil is generally safe for topical use. However, it's advisable to perform a patch test before applying it to larger areas of the skin.
- If you have any known allergies or skin sensitivities, consult a healthcare professional before using Aloe Ferrox oil.
- For internal use, consult a healthcare professional or certified aromatherapist for guidance.
Note: This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult a healthcare professional or certified aromatherapist for personalized advice and guidance.