Aura Cacia Natural Skin Care Oil Avocado -- 4 fl oz
I used Jason Vitamine E oil (IU45,000) but it was too thick and dense to me. I've been using this avocado oil and love it! Mostly I used it for my legs and arms and it gives them enough moisture. No smell and I can mix it with essential oil for massage. I'm going to buy it again.
August 24, 2013
This is a great oil, and a good amount.
However, the oil comes out way too fast, it's a squeeze bottle, it would be better to have a pump, or a dropper lid.
I get that most people will use this in larger amounts but it literally squirts about 20-30 or more drops at a time.
I would pay more to have this in a glass bottle with a dropper in the lid.
But its a great oil.
May 5, 2013
Aura Cacia Avocado Oil
Works great as a moisturizer for face and body
October 2, 2012
NOT a Good Quality Oil
Avocado Oil is supposed to be greenish in color. This one is the color of safflower oil. This had a rancid smell both times I purchased it, from 2 different stores. Same thing with their cold-pressed Grape Seed Oil.
I don't think Aura Cacia oils are good quality.
If an oil smells rancid - Don't use it - either for eating or cosmetically.
It will do more harm than good.
January 1, 2010
In my continued quest to rid my life of chemicals and unsafe ingredients, I bought this to mix with almond oil to make my own massage oil. Both oils work beautifully for dry skin as a moisturizer. I also found some recipes for facial cleansers that call for avocado oil, so I'm excited to try to make my own products.
March 9, 2009