No “Filler” Oils

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I use very good oils – all of my recipes contain organic unrefined shea butter and organic castor oil, and many contain avocado oil – and I do not use palm oil. Rapeseed oil and even canola oil are generally used as “filler” oils – cheap and easy, but do not add much nutrient value to the product.

On top of using great nutritional oils, I also often infuse them with extra – dandelion, chamomile, calendula, organic hibiscus, carrots – and I add super-skin-benefiting ingredients like aloe, honey, ale, handmade almond milk, handmade organic hemp milk, etc etc.

Pictured above are my main oils (top left to right): Olive Oil (this one is infusing with Dandelion leaves), Coconut Oil, Virgin Avocado Oil, Organic Unrefined Cocoa Butter, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Unrefined Shea Butter. (And a spoon I carved myself from a piece of tree!)

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