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Juniperberry Oil

The fruit of juniper is originally blue, but turns black when mature. The chemical components in essential oils include terpinene, juniper terpene, cedarene, borneol and terpineol. The color ranges from colorless to slightly yellow or light green. It tastes a bit similar to turpentine, but when diluted or mixed with other essential oils, it smells unexpectedly good and has a unique smoky smell.


Skin effects : It can balance oily skin, improve scalp excessive sebum, improve acne, pore clogged, dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis.


Compatible essential oils : clary sage, sandalwood, bergamot, geranium, rosemary, chamomile, eucalyptus, benzoin, cypress, frankincense, grapefruit, sweet orange, lemongrass and lemon balm.


It is a medium volatile oil.


Contraindications: Because juniper essential oil stimulates the body to excrete toxins, it may get worse before the skin symptoms get better. This is a typical critical period in natural therapy. Avoid juniper if you have severe kidney disease or other kidney infections. Not to be used during pregnancy.

Juniperberry Oil

  • Botanical name:  Juniperus Communis


    Manufacturing part:  fruit


    Extraction method:  Distillation


    Origin of Origin:  Croatia


    Product information:  100% natural essential oils

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