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EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL

The oil is renowned for its cleansing properties and is widely used in skincare products. A few drops of eucalyptus oil can be added to coconut or olive oil to make a natural solution for gorgeous hair. 

Prolonged use of eucalyptus essential oil may also help retain your skin’s natural moisture. This is because the oil is known to possess the ability to increase the skin’s ceramide, a type of fatty acid responsible for preventing skin dryness and irritation. If you are looking to boost the efficacy of your lotions and moisturisers, look no more as eucalyptus oil can be added in many skincare products to improve their power whilst exposing the skin to their combined beneficial properties.

USE OF EUCALYPTUS IN AROMATHERAPY AND AS A NATURAL INSECT REPELLENT

The oil is also used in a range of household applications. When combined with tea tree or lemon oil, the oil can impart a fresh and uplifting fragrance to any space. Furthermore, its main chemical component, eucalyptol, is known for its insect repelling properties. 

For a DIY insect repellant recipe, we recommend combining eucalyptus essential oil with other potent essential oils such as peppermint, clove, citronella essential oil. Then, add witch hazel extract, and distilled water in a medium-sized glass spray bottle. Be sure to shake well until thoroughly mixed.

OTHER USES OF EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL

  • Aromatherapy
  • Blended massage oil
  • Room deodoriser
  • Shampoo
  • Insect repellant spray

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

$15.00Price

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