Add to creams, lotions and gels for skin care – it balances sebum production so is useful for both dry and oily skin.
It helps with muscular and lymphatic congestion, easing muscular aches and pains, so it is good for massage lotions and oil blends.
As a circulatory stimulant, it helps with acne so include it in creams, lotions and gel recipes as well as face masks.
It also helps wounds to heal.
Excellent to moisturise the skin, diminishing wrinkles and stretch marks.
A very heavy base note that would cover the smell of some of the active ingredients as well as the detergent used in a shampoo.