Neroli Essential Oil

$35.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Flowers
Common Names  – Oranges Blossom
Botanical NameCitrus Aurantium amara
Country of Origin – India
Aroma – Rich, sweet floral, citrus, intoxicating aroma
5ml

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REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

Neroli Essential Oil is deeply skin nourishing and rejuvenating. Its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties has a toning, cleaning, and tightening effect that helps skin look more awake and lively.  Neroli Oil is used to help keep one from coming down with a cold or the flu.

When used in skincare and hair products, Neroli essential oil is thought to treat oily skin, decrease signs of ageing, and diminish the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Neroli is a beautiful oil to condition all skin types and is particularly suited to sensitive, mature, dry or irritated skin. It is recommended for broken capillaries and redness, and helps stimulate skin regeneration.

Neroli is extremely calming and brings about a sense of peace and tranquillity. This essential oil is welcome during times of anxiety and depression, alleviate stress as it calms and soothes the mind and heightens the mood. Considered an aphrodisiac an perfect to use in a diffuser, bath oil or massage oil to encourage romance and a healthy libido.

It can help relax the nerves and inspire creativity and can help facilitate greater spiritual awareness.

Information provided is not designed to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any illness or injury and is provided for informational purposes only. Keep all products out of reach of children. If an negative reaction results from use of any of these products stop use immediately and see a health care professional. Warnings are provided for products that contain ingredients that have contraindications. This business and its owner are not responsible for the misuse of any these products, or for harm that may results from an allergic reaction because all ingredients are listed for each product. It is therefore the purchaser responsibility to read and identify if they are allergic to any of the ingredients. It is solely the responsibility of the purchaser to know what they are buying and how to handle the item.