Lemon Eucalyptus Oil is obtained from the leaves of Lemon Eucalyptus tree, that can be found mostly in Australia. The oil presented here was obtained from its white flowers, leaves and seeds. It can be used against colds. The native inhabitants of New Guinea used the leaves of the plant for wound treatment. It is also great repellent against mosquitoes and other persistent insects.
How to use it?
The fragrance of Lemon Eucalyptus oil could be described a combination of a fresh lemon scent with sweet rose. It helps in fatigue elimination, cleansing the mind and relaxing the body. Moreover, it has antiseptic analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect.
Lemon Eucalyptus has antiseptic properties, because of that it relieves those struggling with cough, runny nose and sore throat. We especially recommend using the oil in the form of inhalations. Add 15 drops into a bowl with hot water and inhale the vapor (preferably after covering the head with a towel. Fifteen-minute inhalation sessions in the evenings, will clear the sinuses and will help you sleep peacefully.
Because of its antiseptic properties, it can be successfully used in the acne and oily skin care. Add few drops into your face cream or body lotion.
This oil is ultimate insect repellent. Use it alone or in combination with other oils.
Remember not to apply non-diluted essential oils directly on the skin. Pay particular attention to this when pregnant, or when applying this oil on toddlers.
Composition/INCI: Eukalyptus Citriodora Oil
Storage: Oil should be stored in its original package, in a dark place, in temperature oscillating around 20 degrees.
Remember that use of organic and natural products should be used as an addition to treatment prescribed by your doctor, and does not substitute this treatment.
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