The scent of cedarwood essential oil is more masculine, so many men's cosmetics often add cedarwood essential oil. It has astringent and antibacterial effects, and is especially suitable for adding to the water after shaving. Cedarwood can also be used as an astringent for skin pores and soothe dermatitis. It can also reconcile and invigorate nerves and help reduce stress and tension.
Cedar essential oil is a viscous and yellow liquid with a warm woody fragrance. Its natural ingredients include cedarol, juniper terpenes and other sesquiterpenes, as well as several terpene hydrocarbons.
Skin efficacy: It has astringent and antibacterial properties, and is most suitable for oily skin. Of course, it can also improve pimples and acne. It can also help relieve abscesses and chronic skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. Cedar is also an excellent hair conditioner, which can effectively relieve scalp sebitis, dandruff, etc. If used in combination with cypress and frankincense, it will significantly soften the skin.
Compatible essential oils: benzoin, cinnamon, cypress, frankincense, jasmine, juniper, lavender, orange blossom, rose, rosemary, chamomile, eucalyptus, basil, palmarosa. It is especially compatible with citrus plants, such as sweet orange, bergamot, lemon, grapefruit, citrus, etc.
It is a medium volatile oil.
Contraindications: Can not be used during pregnancy.
Cedarwood Oil Atlas Mountain Organic
Botanical name: Cedrus Atlantica
Manufacturing part: wood
Extraction method: distillation
Origin of Origin: Morocco
Product information: 100% pure natural plant essential oil