bot. Cymbopogon martinii var. motia
Palmarosa essential oil has a pleasantly sweet, moist, transparent scent, cool, like a light summer morning mist, slightly reminiscent of a combination of geraniums and roses, with a lemony twist.
Palmarosa essential oil is considered to be one of the most valuable oils in aromatherapy. This excellent, inexpensive oil is ideal for the production of soaps, various cosmetic products, massage oils, home breathing mixtures, body refreshments, bath oils, perfumes, incense, and for the scenting of towels and other linen (by adding this essential oil to the rinse water).
- 100% natural ingredients
- Without phthalates
- For children during season change
- Perfumery note: middle.
Features and use
- It is particularly suitable for facial steam baths as it reduces irritations, rashes, acne and stimulates the skin's renewal process. Suitable for all skin types;
- suitable for hair care. Ginger lemongrass essential oil can be used both in hair masks and added to shampoo or rinse water when washing hair;
- purifies indoor air and its pleasant scent helps to repair bad moods and reduce fatigue;
- considered in classical Chinese medicine to be one of the best regulators of yin energy;
- pleasantly relaxing and gently toning, while repairing mood and improving emotions;
- relieves stress, over-excitement and nervous tension, clearing the mind and calming the senses;
- improves memory, helps concentration, improves concentration, reduces feelings of overwork and tiredness from lack of sleep, making lemongrass oils ideal for driving;
- dispels fears and promotes strength, courage and confidence in the face of life's difficulties.
Warning: this is not a disinfectant that works with covid19; there are currently no treatments, drugs or medicines that have been proven effective against this virus.
Not all of the properties of this product are mentioned here. Unfortunately, due to EU regulation of health claims, we cannot inform you in detail, even if the benefits of this product are scientifically proven.
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- in cosmetic products for acne-prone, acne-damaged skin;
- steam baths for puffy, irritated skin;
- in hair masks, added to shampoo or rinse water when washing hair;
- Indoor steaming for an unobtrusive scent to help relieve tension, relax, collect thoughts, improve memory and gain confidence;
- in perfumery, often used in floral accords alongside rose.
- do not use on fresh skin as it may cause irritation; dilute with vegetable oil or butter;
- protect eyes;
- effects on pregnant and lactating women are unknown; essential oils should be avoided for the first 3 months of pregnancy and for infants up to 3 months of age unless necessary.
- despite the high phyto-, aromatherapeutic quality of this oil, the aromatherapy community cannot recommend internal use for therapeutic purposes, but such use is possible if prescribed by a phyto/ aromatherapist;
- do not use on cats, birds, fish, rodents, reptiles (evaporate in small quantities at home or use on your own); do not use on dogs, horses, muzzle, genitals, vaccinate;
- this essential oil is not registered as a medicine;
- this essential oil is not registered as a biocide;
- keep tightly closed in a dark, cool place.
- bottle: glass
- cap/dropper: plastic
- label: paper or plastic PVC