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Dandelion Infused Oil for Skin and Inflammation

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How to Make Dandelion Infused Oil for Skin and Inflammation

Nothing is as charming in the spring as a huge field of dandelion in full bloom. These spectacular flowers make you smile, warm your heart, and add a touch of happiness to the surroundings. 

Introduce this recipe to your beauty routine: dandelion-infused oil! This extraordinary oil is more than a plant extract. This rich oil creates a sense of relaxation and possesses potent antioxidant properties. Dandelion-infused oil, rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, can nourish, moisturize and revitalize the skin and fill you with a sense of gratitude for the beauty and power of nature. So say goodbye to your synthetic skin care products and take a moment to appreciate the magic and potential within these humble flowers. 

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Benefits of Dandelion Infused Oil 

Dandelion-infused oil is a remarkable product that is surging in popularity in the world of natural skincare. This crude oil is a powerhouse of health benefits derived from the dandelion plant. The oil is produced for several weeks by steeping dandelion petals in a carrier oil such as olive oil. Owing to the ability to soothe dry, itchy, and irritated skin, the oil can be highly beneficial for eczema and psoriasis. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles, alleviates redness, and stimulates collagen production. 

Dandelion-infused oil also serves as a deep relaxant and tension reliever for the body. For a full-body massage, dandelion oil is a fantastic choice. It has the potential to aid in the release of suppressed emotions that are being kept in our muscular tissues. Furthermore, it is effective for tight, aching muscles, swollen joints, inflamed breasts, and tense necks and backs. 

How to Make Dandelion Infused Oil? 

Dandelion-infused oil can be prepared in two ways: slow and fast. The slow infusion method is preferred, as it ends with an excellent final product. 

Material Required to Make Dandelion Infused Oil (Slow Infusion)

  • Fresh dandelion flowers 
  • Carrier oil such as olive, coconut, sweet almond, or jojoba oil. 
  • Glass jar with lid 
  • Fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth 
  • Glass bottle for storage (bottle should be dark to protect the oil from light) 

Slow Infusion Method

  • Put the dried dandelions into a clean glass container; afterward, fill the container up to one-quarter of its capacity with olive oil. You can choose any carrier oil according to your preferences. 
  • Remove any air pocket with the help of a butter knife, and ensure that the oil covers all the flower heads. 
  • Place the jar on a sunny windowsill with the lid on for two weeks. Dandelions can only be kept in oil for two weeks before they begin to mold. 
  • At the end of two weeks, sieve the dandelion flowers from the oil using a fresh cheesecloth, and preserve the oil in a clean container. 


Material Required to Make Dandelion Infused Oil (Fast Infusion)

  • Dandelion flowers (dried dandelion flowers are preferred for the fast infusion method) 
  • Carrier oil such as olive oil, coconut oil, sweet almond oil, or jojoba oil. 
  • Glass jar with lid 
  • Double boiler/sauce and a heatproof bowl that fits snugly on top 
  • Fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth 
  • Dark glass bottle for storage. 

Fast Infusion Method

  • Place the glass jar into a pot with water up to 1/3 full, then gradually heat the water. Keep the water’s temperature between 100- and 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This method speeds up the extraction process, not deep frying the herbs. 
  • Be mindful that the oil should be mildly warm to the touch but not so hot as to damage the skin. 
  • Place your prepared dandelion oil in a cool and dark location. If you preserve the infused oil correctly, it should last up to a year, but remember to sniff it before using it. Discard the oil if it has a foul odor, indicating it has turned rancid. 

Tips or Guidelines 

Pick dandelions not treated with chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. 

Wash any contaminates off the dandelion petals before infusing oil. 

How to Use Dandelion Infused Oil? 

This oil is not for culinary use. Instead, use it topically to relieve skin conditions, joint pain, and inflammation and to soothe the skin. 

Apply this dandelion-infused oil on cuts, scrapes, sunburns, bug bites, or irritated skin to revitalize and heal the skin. 

This amazing oil can be used as a facial serum, massage oil, and body balm. 


The information provided on dandelion-infused oil is for informational and educational purposes only. This content is not intended to substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Therefore, you must consult a licensed medical professional whenever you have questions about a medical condition. 





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