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Almond Oil



We here at BTC love almond oil! It's moisturizing and soothing, and loaded with beneficial nutrients. We use it to treat dry skin, and aid in youthful looking skin! It's great in massage and for severe skin rashes and burns. Almond oil absorbs easily into the skin and isn't greasy like other oils.

Try our Healing Balms for skin abrasions, rash, excessive dry skin including psoriasas and eczema.


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