Citrus limonum has a bright, clean, fresh and citrus aroma. It is collected by the cold-pressed method from lemon rinds (peels). The lemon essential oil has an overpowering, crisp scent which a host of uses like it can have used as a natural cleaner at home.
Lemon Essential Oil Online Aird St, Parramatta, NSW Lemon essential oil is one of the easily recognized oils and for many good reasons. This oil has a zesty, citrusy scent which uplifts and energizes senses. It has been used in Italy for thousands of centuries. No fillers or additives are added in the making of this oil.
Six to eight drops of Lemon essential oil can be added to a diffuser.
Use 2.5% dilution of lemon essential oil or add 15 drops of the oil to 30 ml of carrier oil of choice.
Few inhalations direct from the bottle can help you reduce stress at work or while in a car.
Add at least five drops of Lemon essential oil in a dispersant such as oil, to nourish the skin.
Mix one drop of Lemon essential oil to a 5 ml choice of carrier oil and apply it on chest, wrist or back of the neck.
In a bowl containing steaming hot water, add two drops of Lemon essential oil. Place your face near to the top of the bowl at a safe distance from the hot water and cover your face and back of the head with a towel to trap the aromatic vapours. Caution, if there are any risks or burns on the face, do not use this treatment.
Add two drops of Tea tree essential oil to a bowl of water. Mix a face wash in the water, remove the excess moisture and apply it on the affected area. Repeat this process two to three times as the compress warms up or cool down.
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