Carrot Seed Oil

Natures Bath & Body

$ 8.00 $ 16.00

Aromatic Description: Wood-earthy, slightly spicy warm aroma.

If there’s one beauty oil that should definitely be in your beauty pantry, it’s carrot seed essential oil. It’s one of a kind since it has gorgeous beauty benefits!

Carrot seed essential oil  is derived from steam distillation of carrot seeds of the Wild Carrot plant. Its scientific name is Daucus carota. This plant is also called Queen Anne’s Lace and can be found littered along roadsides, which is why some people consider it a roadside weed. If only they knew that this weed’s seeds actually have a lot to offer for beautiful skin and hair!

Anyway, beauties, let’s look at the ingredient profile of this gorgeous oil below. Then we shall see 9 fascinating beauty benefits of carrot seed essential oil!

♥ Scientific Name:

Daucus carota

Carrot seed oil is also known as carrot seed essential oil, wild carrot seed oil and Daucus carota oil.

♥ Origin:


♥ Color and Smell:

The oil has a golden orange color. It has an earthy, woody and warm smell.

♥ Texture:

Carrot seed oil has a thin – medium consistency.

♥ Extraction:

Steam Distilled

♥ Shelf Life:

6 to 8 years

♥ Blends well with:

Bergamot, Cedarwood, Cinnamon, Fennel, Frankincense sacra, Frankincense frereana, Geranium, Lime, Orange Sweet, Orange Wild, Rosemary

♥ Precautions:

  • For external use only.
  • Avoid during pregnancy and nursing.
  • Do not use on children, babies and pets.
  • Keep away from children and pets.
  • Always dilute it before use: add 2 drops for every 1 tsp of base ingredient/carrier oil.
  • If you have any health complications, consult a doctor before use.
  • Do a patch test on your inner elbow/wrist before using this oil. To do this, simply mix up 1 drop of carrot seed oil in 1 tsp of olive oil and apply on your inner elbow. If there’s no irritation, then the oil is safe for use.

9 Beauty Benefits of Carrot Seed Essential Oil for Skin & Hair

    1. Skin Rejuvenator

    One of the major beauty benefits of carrot seed essential oil is its ability to rejuvenate skin. It has a high carotol content which rejuvenates dull skin cells and breathes a new life into them.

    2. Wrinkle Smoother

    Carrot seed oil is an incredible anti-aging essential oil. It’s very useful for preventing premature wrinkles and fine lines. This is because it is rich in caretenoids which are powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants fight off free radicals, that are the main cause of premature aging.

    3. Balances Skin Sebum

    Both dry and oily skin types can be balanced out using the power of carrot seed oil. It naturally regulates the skin’s sebum production, which prevents too little or excess sebum on the skin.

    4. Soothes Sun Damaged Skin

    Sunburns can be extremely painful and damaging to the skin. Carrot seed essential oil is actually a very good sunburn soother. It has skin healing properties that restore damaged skin cells and promote cell renewal.

    Mix up 5 drops of carrot seed oil to ¼ cup of aloe vera (order here: and smooth this over your sunburn.

    5. Revitalizes Lifeless Hair

    Got dull and lifeless looking hair? You need some carrot seed oil in your life! It can be added directly to your conditioner bottle for a boost in hair shine and moisturization. Simply add 6 drops of carrot seed oil for every 1 tbsp of conditioner.

    6. Brightens Tired Dull Skin

    Another die-for property of carrot seed essential oil is it’s skin brightening effects. If your skin is dull and looks tired, try applying a few drops of carrot seed oil. Make a skin brightening night serum by mixing in a 2 oz amber dropper bottle: 2 tbsp of argan oil (order here, 7 drops of carrot seed oil (order here and 4 drops of lemon essential oil (order here Use 3 drops on your face and neck at night time before bed. This serum is safe for oily and acne prone skin types.

    7. Reduces Rosacea

    Rosacea is characterized by redness and inflammation. Carrot seed essential oil is known to powerfully reduce inflammation. Simply add a few drops to your moisturizer and apply on your cheeks or rosacea affected areas.

    8. Lightens Skin Tone

    Looking to lighten your skin tone? Then you must try the combination of carrot seed oil and lemon oil. Both are excellent skin lighteners in the world of essential oils.

    One of my favorite recipes is a skin lightening cream that I like to use at night time. Simply mix up 1 tbsp of shea butter with 2 drops carrot seed oil (order here, 2 drops lemon oil (order here, and 2 drops frankincense oil (order here Use a sliver of this cream on your face nightly to benefit from its lightening effects.

    9. Tightens & Tones Skin

    Carrot seed oil is also a good skin toning and tightening agent. It can be used to minimize large pores and tighten up sagging skin. To tighten skin, try applying ½ tsp of jojoba oil (order here (which is a ‘dry oil’, perfect for skin tightening) and 1 drop of carrot seed oil on your face.


    How to use:  Can be added to a carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, or olive oil. It can be added to any regular daily moisturizer or used by itself. Store in cool, dark place.

    Ingredients: 100% Pure Carrot Seed Oil.

    0.4 fl. oz.

    WARNING: For external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. No animal testing.

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