How to Make Cold-Pressed Carrot oil

How to Make Cold-Pressed Carrot oil

Cold-Pressed Carrot oil

Cold-pressed carrot oil is a type of oil that is extracted from the seeds of the carrot plant using a cold-pressing process. It is a natural oil that is rich in nutrients and antioxidants and is believed to have a range of health and beauty benefits.

The cold-pressing process involves crushing the carrot seeds and then pressing them to extract the oil. This method is used to preserve the natural nutrients and antioxidants found in the seeds, which can be lost during other extraction methods that use heat or chemicals.

Carrot oil contains high levels of beta-carotene, which is a powerful antioxidant that can help to protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals. It also contains vitamin E, which is another potent antioxidant that can help to protect and nourish the skin.

How to Make Cold-Pressed Carrot oil
How to Make Cold-Pressed Carrot oil


Fresh carrot

Bottle olive oil

Wash your carrot then scrap the black of it, then rinse it and cut it into pieces

Put them into your blender and blend for like 5mins until it become smooth

After blending, pour it into a bowl

Pour your carrot into the bottle and pour in olive oil inside. Note: the olive oil should be less than the carrot. i.e. more carrot than olive oil. After putting the carrot oil and olive oil in the bottle, close it very tight to avoid air penetration except for the moisture process.

Now is the process of 14 days of nurturing.

This will be your everyday duty, shake the bottle very well every morning so that the carrot and oil olive will mix.

From 5 days the carrot will start changing color to something like deem white.

Keep shaking, sometimes open the cover a little. i.e. allow the gas to evaporate a little.

On exactly 14 days, open the bottle and pour it into a separate container.

Get a white handkerchief or white cloth to use for pap (ogi).

Start pouring into the handkerchief or pap cloth and squeeze, you will see the oil coming out very tick and dull but very raw and powerful.

Dispose of the shelf of the carrot oil after squeezing out the oil, keep pouring and pressing until you get all your oil and turn it into your bowl.

That’s your nurtured cooled pressed carrot oil.

Note; please don’t sell it cheap because is not like those shining ones they normally fry that are common in the market. One if you mix it with your cream and use it, it will lighten your skin and if you apply it on baby skin, it will glow their skin.

Note; don’t blend with water, if your blender can’t blend it smoothly,

just great it and pour olive oil on it.

In addition to its antioxidant properties, carrot oil is also believed to have anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. It may help to soothe irritated skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promote a more youthful, radiant complexion.

Carrot oil is often used in skincare products such as moisturizers, serums, and facial oils, as well as in haircare products such as shampoos and conditioners. It is also used in aromatherapy and massage oils due to its calming properties.

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