Be 100% confident that you're choosing the most effective carrier oils
the Carrier Oil Course
Module 1: What exactly is a carrier oil? and how are they different from essential oils and other aromatic compounds? To know your carrier you have to know your fatty acids. Experiencing the oils fully. Review of the oils, lipid and aromatic.
Module 2: Seeds as source, the healing fraction of oils and how this small but powerful part of the oils to work in your skincare and formulas. And is also refined out of oils. Plus the most common fatty acid that is present in every oil and butter.
Module 3: The ‘essential fatty acids’ and how valuable they are for the health of the body and the skin. Oxygen is both a positive and damaging element when working with the carrier oils. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, their oils and oiling the body.
Module 4: How butters help improve the feel and effectiveness of balms and skincare combinations, plus how to extend the shelf life of delicate oils and formulas.
Module 5: How the affinity between skin and lipid oils improves the health and condition of the whole body, plus the practice of skin oiling in history and how it can benefit our health.
Plus you'll find recipes and templates for creating your own formulas throughout the course.
Whether you're creating an oil serum to boost collagen production, infusing skin healing herbs for future formulas, or you're looking for that one carrier oil that is your perfect skincare match for everyday use, the carrier oil course is the place to learn the what, why, and how of creating with plant oils
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I never felt I could formulate a product as I felt I had a missing link. What kind of oil to use? These next few weeks with you is going to change that.
This course is for you if...
Bonuses: Hands on making & infusing e-books & booklets
Bonus 1: How to Make Salves & Balms
How to make salves and balms with a wide range of different carrier oils and plant butters. Includes butter melt points, waxes to use including beeswax and vegan plant wax options.
Recipes and formulas you can use as is or as a template to work from including
- Herbal violet salve
- Wild weeds herbal salve made with infused oils
- Calendula salve recipe
- Solid rose perfume balm
- Cayenne balm for pain and muscle aches
Plus, four recipe template ideas for making solid lotion bars and melts
Bonus 2: Making Body & Massage Oils
How to combine plant oils to make a range of body oils and massage oils.
Starting with a foundation in one or more of the basic oil bases, you'll learn which carriers to add for pain and inflammation, skin repair and scaring, and how to preserve your recipe naturally using a class of oils that are shelf-stable and help protect other oils in a blend.
- Includes essential oil dilution chart and recipe ideas to get you started
Bonus 3: How to Make Whipped Body Butters
A booklet with recipe ideas and methods for making whipped body butters to complement the work you will do inside the course. Whipping butters into creamy, airy creations requires the right combination of fatty acids and a few techniques to get the right consistency.
- Melt points for plant butters
- Techniques & methods
- Recipe templates & ideas
- Adding color & scent
Bonus 4: Natural & Botanical Waxes
Beeswax is the most traditional wax use in salves and balms, but it's not the only option! There are a range of plant based botanical waxes but all these options have different melt points and hardness factors.
To swap out one wax for another in a recipe its important to adjust the recipe depending on the wax you choose.
Inside this booklet you'll find:
- Melt points for the true botanical waxes
- How to use butters in place of some of the waxes in a balm recipe
- Pseudo waxes melt points and uses (examples are green tea wax, laurel wax, violet wax)
- Fragrant waxes including jasmine wax, mimosa wax and rose wax
Learning online doesn't mean learning alone...
Developing your own intuitive ability and confidence in the materials, is important to me so you don’t feel the need to hire experts. I see formulating as an Art where the science plays a supporting role.
I am available to answer your questions every step of the way.
Susan M Parker
Author of Power of the Seed Your Guide to Oils for Health & Beauty
Susan has certainly given me my greatest insight into the carrier oils and the many benefits and effects they can bring. I have thoroughly enjoyed this new knowledge and gained great inspiration from the course, her book and fellow students on the face book group. I highly recommend this course to any one who enjoys working with natural ingredients . Carrier oils have now opened a whole new world to me and given me a greater understanding of blending .
Be 100% confident that you're choosing the most effective carrier oil for your unique project.
Whether you're creating an oil serum to boost collagen production, infusing skin healing herbs for future formulas, or you're looking for that one carrier oil that is your perfect skincare match for everyday use.
In this 5-week comprehensive course, you will learn how to transform your skincare serums and facial oils, creams and lotions, herbal and botanical infusions and EO blends with the wide range of carrier oils available today.
You will study and work with oils like camellia seed oil, plum kernel oil, marula, passion fruit seed oil, watermelon oil, cucumber seed oil, pumpkin seed oil, evening primrose oil, borage seed oil and so many more.
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I love studying with Susan. She has created groundbreaking material that is fun to learn. Her work has been critical to me to uncover my special passion using lipids in combination with other additions to a multitude of topical preparations.
If you’re serious about developing your skills with carrier oil selection or even more complex Lipid based products, Susan Parker’s workshops and materials can’t be beat!!!