For help with dilutions and how to use this chart, watch this video:
Carrier oils are greasy unlike essential oils which have a water-like consistency. The molecules of a carrier oil are larger and do not penetrate skin as easily. Examples of carrier oil are sweet almond oil, coconut oil or olive oil, just to name a few. We use carrier oils to dilute essential oils (to prevent getting too much at one time) and to slow their evaporation process.
To purchase carrier oils, go here.