Our Beta-Caryophyllene Pre-Diluted Roll-On is perfect for those who are new to essential oils and convenient for those who have years of experience. Here at Barefut we offer our Pre-Diluted rollers with the option of either Fractionated Coconut oil or Sunflower oil.
Description: Natural Beta-Caryophyllene (BCP) is isolated at over 88% by Dr. Robert Pappas of Essential Oil University by fractional distillation. It is the most common sesquiterpene in essential oils and occurs in significant percentages in things like Copaiba (one of the highest at 50-60% typically), Black Pepper, Ylang Ylang, Clove, Melissa and other essential oils.
Choose your carrier:
Fractionated Coconut Carrier produces a barrier on the skin, but will not clog pores. It penetrates the skin, acting as a carrier for trans-dermal therapeutic ingredients. Fractionated Coconut Oil or FCO is known to help sooth irritated skin. FCO is packed with nutrients, has a long shelf life and it has the ability to transport essential oils, making it an oil of choice among medical practitioners and massage therapists. FCO is the liquid version of coconut oil. If you need a light oil that will mix well with the other oils, absorbs into the skin easily and will moisturize without clogging pores, then FCO is a good fit.
Sunflower Carrier Oil is wonderful for skin, containing high amounts of Vitamins A, B, D and E; as well as minerals, nutrients and antioxidants. The vitamins and fatty acids that are present in the Sunflower Oil act as antioxidants. This assists in regeneration of new skin cells and helps the skin rid itself of bacteria that is known to be acne-causing. Sunflower Oil also makes a great massage oil base.
10 ml bottle diluted at a safe 10% for acute use.
Common Use: Beta-Caryophyllene is a powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
Directions: Invert bottle to allow oil to be in contact with application roller. Roll on in desired area. Massage extra oil into skin if needed.
Cautions: Possible skin sensitivity, patch test before use. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.