The term carrier oil is used frequently, but what does it mean?
Carrier oils are plant oils pressed from the seed, nut or fleshy part of the fruit.  They are generally lightly scented to allow them to "carry" other scents and fragrances as well as extracts to the skin.  They are the main component of soap, bath oils, beard oils  and facial oils.
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