COLD PRESSED CARRIER OILS

Are you tired of regular oils that are adulterated with noxious chemicals? Are you looking for something pure, nutritious, and organic? Well, look no further, as our cold-pressed oils... are here to provide you just what you deserve.
Scroll down to experience the pure, potent, and unconditional love of Camia organic cold-pressed oils. Our organic extra virgin cold-pressed oils are extracted using traditional wood presses that do not use heat or chemicals for oil extraction. This method preserves the natural aroma and nutritive value of our extracts, whilst also ensuring sustainability. From nourishing hair oils to rejuvenating facial oils, our range of organic cold-pressed oils have something to offer for everyone. Shop now and pamper yourself like never before. While choosing skincare products, we should be looking for those that are natural, safe and effective on our skin. Today, an ever-increasing proportion of the population is switching to natural oils to fulfil their health and beauty needs. Cold pressed natural oils are considered more beneficial to the skin & hair as they are rich in antioxidants, micronutrients and fatty acids.

FAQ

Essential oils are naturally aromatic oils that are known to have curing and cleansing properties when used within permissible limits. The ancients found many uses for essential oils, notably as cosmetic solutions, antimicrobials, memory boosters, and sleep inducers. Essential oils may also provide a refreshing, subtle aromatherapy experience during a bath or shower. Most essential oils are extracted through a steam distillation process from flowers, nuts, bark, or other parts of aromatic plants.
Our certified organic palm oil is sustainably produced on plantations in Southeast Asia and carefully shipped out to other places. We support organic, sustainable agriculture, and fair-trade practices.
An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds extracted from plants.Essential oilsare generally extracted by steam distillation, and they find use in a variety of medical therapies or as natural aromatics. Camia therapeutic grade essential oils are USDA certified organic, PETA Certified, GMO-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, and they come in plastic-free packaging.
No, you cannot apply any essential oil directly on the face or hair. Essential oils are too potent and applying them directly to the skin can cause redness, eruptions, and other reactions. Alwaysmix 2-3 drops of essential oil in a ‘carrier oil’ like olive oil, or coconut oil before using them. The standard dilution is 2% V/V.
No. Oils used in cooking (i.e. olive oil, coconut oil, rice bran oil) are vegetable/ fatty oils. Although they often come from the same plants, essential oils are volatile compounds, meaning they evaporate very quickly and are not fatty at all. Essential oils cannot be used for cooking.
Usage depends upon the types of medications being used, age of the intended user, health history, allergies to items like trees or flowers, and many other considerations. If you have questions about which essential oils are right for you, we recommend being in touch with a certified aromatherapist to discuss your situation.
No one can tell if an essential oil is “pure” or not merely through physical examination. The only way out is to carry out necessary tests at approved laboratories. The test that needs to be done on essential oils is GasChromatography and Mass Spectrometry(also known as GC/MS testing). This testing shows the breakdown of the essential oil to its last constituent down to .01% V/V.
We do not recommend ingestion of any essential oils at all. One must have a good understanding of medication interactions, and the duration of dosing in order to proceed with ingesting essential oils. We suggest you speak with a qualified medical practitioner if you are considering ingesting any essential oil.
Tea tree oil has natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, which could help address several skin conditions such as acne and boils. Tea tree oil helps in the treatment of both dry and oily skin by reducing itching, and eczema. Cedarwood essential oil helps fight against refractory acne (recurring acne) and other skin breakouts. Frankincense oil has natural antibacterial and antiseptic qualities that help fight acne and reduce blemishes. Frankincense oil also reduces redness and produces an even skin tone.
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