Rosemary Essential Oil
The Rosemary essential oil helps the circulation and fights cellulite while having a woody fragrance
The Rosemary Essential Oil is used, on the body, in the fight against cellulite or localized adipose tissue, by virtue of the lipolytic action (dissolves fats), stimulating the peripheral circulation and draining the lymphatic system. Astringent, on the skin it has a toning, antiseptic and purifying effect. It is also useful in the treatment of acne and dark skin spots. For these properties it is also used as an ingredient in lotions and shampoos for oily hair, with dandruff and to counteract hair loss, as it stimulates the circulation, promotes the oxygenation of the tissues and the re-growth of the hair.
Part used: Leaves, flowering tops, twigs.
Extraction method: Steam Distillation.
Note of essential oil: woody, balsamic, camphor fragrance.
Rosmarinus Officinalis Oil
Dilute about 3 drops with massage oil. For use on the skin we recommend dilution in jojoba oil, coconut oil, almond oil or shea butter because the intense fragrance of these high quality essential oils can be overwhelming. Environmental diffusion: 1 drop of essential oil for each square meter of the environment spreads, through burner of essential oils or in the water of the radiator humidifiers. Relaxing bath: 10 drops in the water of the bathtub, emulsify by mixing the water, then bathe for 10 minutes
For external use only. Rosemary essential oil is not normally irritating, but should always be used diluted, is contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation and should never be applied directly to the skin, because it can irritate. Never use any essential oil in children under 3 years.
Every lot may vary in color or consistency but it does not effect the quality of the product. Keep in a cool and dry place.