Cedar - Eirhorse Essential Oil 10ml
Ceadr Essential Oil 10ml - PRODUCT NOT FOR VAPING
Cedarwood essential oil is a natural oil extracted from plants. It creates a fragrant essence which, apart from a nice scent, has a number of aromatherapeutic properties.
Cedar oil has antiseptic, disinfecting and astringent properties, soothes acne symptoms, improves skin condition, prevents acne lesions, improves the overall appearance of the skin, has a refreshing effect, helps in the care of skin with cellulite symptoms. It is anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, antidepressant, stimulates blood circulation and has a calming effect.
Latin Name : Juniperus Virginiana
Part Of Plant Used : Wood
Source : USA
Extraction Method : Steam Distillation
MSDS Cedarwood Oil Allergen Declaration
MSDS Cedarwood Oil IFRA Certificate
MSDS Cedarwood Oil CLP SDS
Essential oil for bathing, massage, sauna and air aromatization. The cosmetic can only be used externally.
For skin contact always use diluted:
Bath: fill the tub with warm water and add the essential oil, mixing thoroughly (6-12 drops of oil are used for one bath);
Bassage: selected essential oils are added to the base oil intended for massage. Pour about 50 ml of base oil into a glass bowl or bottle, add 10-25 drops of essential oil and mix. One teaspoon (5 ml) of base oil is usually given 2-3 drops of essential oils;
Bpraying: fill the water container in the aromatic fireplace with water and add 3 to 6 drops of essential oil;
Bauna: put 5 drops of essential oil into 1 liter of water.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the oil's ingredients; not to be used by pregnant women and children without consulting a doctor first.
Smell: woody, earthy.
Each of the ingredients is 100% natural.
GMO Free - free from genetically modified ingredients.
Not Tested On Animals - has not been tested on animals.
Do not use internally (do not drink).
Always use diluted for skin contact.
Protect your eyes from direct contact with the oil.
Store in a tightly closed dark glass bottle in a cool and dark place.
Shake the bottle before each use.
Cedar oil - properties, application, what to combine with
Cedarwood essential oil has a wide range of medicinal uses, including the treatment of seborrhea, skin problems, and bacterial and fungal infections. This unique substance, although apparently well-known, hides many secrets and surprising benefits for our health. What You Should Know About Cedarwood Essential Oil
Cedar oil - medical properties
Among the beneficial properties of cedar oil, its antiseptic properties, mainly bactericidal and fungicidal, come to the fore. It is because of this quality that cedar essential oil is used for a wide range of skin problems such as seborrhea, acne, eczema, itching, burns and frostbite. Regular application of cedar oil to the affected areas facilitates their cleansing, prevents the emergence and spread of infections, supports the immune system and accelerates skin regeneration. It is especially effective in the case of acne and seborrhea, where bacterial infections usually occur, which, if not treated properly, can cause great pain and discomfort, as well as leave unsightly scars. Thanks to its fungicidal activity, this essential oil successfully fights against foot and nail fungus. You can apply it directly to the skin or apply it to the inside of shoes to disinfect them. Cedar oil is also used in internal diseases. It has a diuretic effect, therefore inhalations and rubbing with essential oil are recommended for people suffering from cystitis and metabolic diseases. In addition, cedar oil applied to the skin has a warming effect and improves circulation, which brings relief to people suffering from joint and muscle pain.
Cedar oil - fragrance
The characteristic, strong scent of cedar oil makes it a popular choice for inhalation. It has a soothing effect on disease symptoms in people suffering from respiratory infections, including asthma and bacterial infections. The scent of this essential oil is often described as woody and forest, which for some people is reminiscent of a relaxing and enjoyable walk in a coniferous forest. Perhaps that is why inhaling the vapors of cedar oil has a soothing, calming and even antidepressant effect. Interestingly, while the smell of cedar may be inviting to humans, many people have successfully used cedar oil against mosquitoes! Cedarwood essential oil contains substances from the terpenes group, which are produced by plants to repel pests and herbivores with a bitter taste and pungent smell. Mosquitoes are sensitive to terpenes and instinctively avoid this smell, making cedar oil a great natural replacement for chemical repellants.
Cedar oil - application
Apart from the properties used in medicine, cedar oil is also great for cosmetology. Many people use cedar oil on hair and skin because it is perfect for oily skin and oily hair. It can also be used on nails, which will give them a healthy look and shine. Cedarwood oil is rich in B vitamins, as well as vitamin E, known for its antioxidant, anti-wrinkle and moisturizing properties. Cedarwood oil is also used to soothe frostbite and burns as it soothes and tightens the skin. Please note that Cedarwood Essential Oil should be used externally, unless otherwise stated in the manufacturer's recommendations. This means that it is not suitable for consumption and should be applied in the form of rubbing or inhalation. It is a safe way to use essential oils so you can enjoy their health benefits with confidence
Cedar oil - what to combine with?
Cedar oil can be applied directly to the skin, but an interesting alternative is to combine it with homemade face and hair masks. The easiest way is to add a few drops of the oil to your favorite face cream or hair mask. Such a treatment will improve their performance and give them the desired properties, which will work well if we are struggling with demanding skin or hair and it is difficult for us to find cosmetics tailored to our needs. Another way is to produce your own cosmetics at home, based on simple and natural products with the addition of cedarwood oil. Eggs, honey, natural yoghurt and even seasonal fruit can be used to produce such a mask for the skin or hair. All you need is a thick base that stays on your face or it can be massaged into your hair, a few drops of the oil and it's ready - you can enjoy the wonderful effects of nature in the comfort of your own home