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Carrier oils and essential oils are made from plants. Carrier oils are used to dilute essential oils and “carry” them to your skin. That’s because essential oils are potent and can cause irritation when applied directly to your skin.
Moksha, since beginning, has been primarily a producer, importer and wholesaler of essential oils and other natural ingredients for the cosmetics, pharma and aromatherapy industry.
Hydrosols, also known as Floral Water or Distillates, were once considered to be the by-product of the distillation of essential oils but are quickly becoming an important ingredient of the bath, body and skin care industry.
All essential oils are anti-bacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti-infective, anti-parasitic and antiseptic to some degree or the other. They provide a wide array of benefits like aromatic, spiritual, circulation, cell regeneration, skincare to name a few.
Therapeutic-grade essential oils which are the purest form of essential oils are usually extracted through a low-heat steam distillation. A very few essential oils are extracted using solvents and Cold process techniques.
The use of essential oils is a great way of reviving to a more natural lifestyle. They find usage in a variety of everyday products like candles, mouthwashes, cleaning products, skin creams, lip balms, shampoos, bath salts, and soaps etc
Essential oils have found application throughout history for a wide variety of wellness application. Egyptians were first ones to use aromatic essential oils for medicine, beauty, food and in religious ceremonies.
Essential oils, also referred to as "essences", are botanical extracts of various plant materials such as flowers, fruit, seeds, leaves, barketc. These oils are called essential as they represent the very essence of the plant and are highly concentrated.