100% natural and organic certified lemon essential oil.
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How to use? 10 tips for using lemon oil:
1. For stress relief:
Whether you steam it or put it in bathwater, it creates a pleasant atmosphere and soothes the nerves. It helps relieve mental fatigue, exhaustion, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness, and nervous tension. You can enhance the stress-relieving effect of lavender essential oil.
2. Concentration to improve:
Lemon oil increases concentration and alertness. Evaporate in the office or while the kids are writing homework to better focus and stay alert. By adding lemon oil to hand cream, you can also apply it on your hands, so you can enjoy its spiritual refreshing effect for a long time. When used in combination with peppermint or rosemary oil, you can further increase your mental alertness!
3. For natural insect repellent:
Mosquitoes and ticks do not tolerate the smell very much, so it effectively keeps these bloodsuckers away. You can increase the effect of insect repellents with eucalyptus oil.
4. For air disinfection:
Due to its viral and bactericidal properties, you can disinfect the air by evaporating lemon essential oil. This flu is beneficial during an epidemic period, either at home or in the office. You can enhance its antiseptic effect when used with tea tree oil or orange essential oil.
5. As a cleaning agent:
Because lemon oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties, it is a great cleanser! It is also suitable for cleaning wood and metal surfaces, dishes, and clothes. The advantage is that you can use it safely even with babies, and you can achieve perfect disinfection with it everywhere! Add 15-20 drops of lemon essential oil to 1 liter of water and cleaning can begin! To care for unpainted furniture, put 2-3 drops of lemon oil in 3 tablespoons of olive oil and spread on the surface with a clean cloth. Then wipe with a dry cloth, polish it! You can enhance the effect with tea tree oil.
6. For hair care:
Lemon oil regenerates hairs. Use it for hair care too to have strong, healthy, and shiny hair! As it also has a good antiseptic effect, it can eliminate fungal dandruff and even reduce hair oiliness. Use it added to your shampoo and wash your hair with it regularly.
7. For nail care:
Lemon oil nourishes and protects the skin of the nail bed, making the structure of the nail healthy. For brittle, dry nails, in the case of nail fungus, apply to your nails, either alone or mixed with tea tree oil, dissolved in a base oil.
8. For skincare:
The astringent and detoxifying antiseptic properties of lemon oil help treat acne and various skin conditions. It also reduces the oiliness of the skin. Add a few drops of lemon oil to your facial cleanser and wipe your face thoroughly with a cotton swab. It removes excess fat, helps remove dead skin cells, and results in a fresh, fresh complexion.
9. To relieve the symptoms of colds:
Inhalation of lemon essential oil cleanses the nasal passages and reduces swelling of the nasal mucosa, promoting continuous, easy breathing. Can also be used in case of allergies. It is effective both when used for inhalation or by evaporation in an aroma lamp. The latter also disinfects the air, so hopefully, you don’t infect those around you.
10. Child prank:
With lemon oil, you can easily remove the chewing gum from your hair or carpet, and even take the crayon off the wall, furniture, or parquet. If you have young children, a real blessing is a bottle of lemon essential oil at home! It is also handy for removing sticky residue left after removing the bottle label.
Type of aroma
The lemon essential oil is extracted from the fruit’s peel.
- Do not use undiluted.
- Keep it in cool dry places.
- Do not use in case of allergy.
- Avoid eye contact.
- Keep away from children.
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any of the above-mentioned natural remedies.
INCI: Citrus medica limonum Оil*;
|6,5 × 2,5 × 2,5 cm