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|+||====== Carrier Oils: ======|
|+||A generally inexpensive, or plentiful, oil used as a delivery mechanism for a specific substance.|
|+||When oils such as sweet almond, grapeseed, evening primrose, aloe vera, or avocado are mixed with pure essential oils they are called carrier oils, as the former 'carries' the latter.|
|+||Each of these oils, having their own properties and grades, can be used for specific purposes. |