Neroli Essential Oil Uses

Neroli essential oil is extracted from the blossom petals of orange trees. Most manufacturer's do not carry 100% neroli oil, however. Typically it is used with another type of carrier oil. This doesn't reduce its many benefits however. The only reason it is used with a carrier is because the distillation process requires 1000 pounds of orange blossoms per pound of neroli essential oil. Can you imagine the price of getting neroli if the manufacturers tried to sell it in its pure form?

Neroli oil is used a lot to improve the quality of skin. It is used to clear up skin, for example. All a person need to is apply a few drops of neroli oil to a cotton ball, and then apply it directly to the affected area.

Neroli has also been used to lessen the signs of scars and stretch marks. People can massage the neroli essential oil right on the skin with a nice carrier oil. A good option is using lanolin.

Neroli helps the skin a lot because of its skin cell regeneration properties. Because it can regenerate skin it allows the skin to be more elastic, which can reverse existing skin damage. For this reason it is used a lot with soothing skin products.

It has other uses as well. Neroli oil is used a lot to help treat and alleviate headaches. A good option for this is to add a few drops of neroli oil to a hot or cold washcloth to help relieve the discomfort.

Neroli essential oil also treats menstrual symptoms. It can alleviate both the physical and emotional symptoms that come with menstruation. It can help physically with cramps and headaches, and emotionally with the mood swings and stress.

Neroli can also aid people who are facing emotional turmoil. It helps people who are suffering from anxiousness, stress and depression. Neroli is used to improve moods and boost energy levels.

Neroli essential oil has a lot of advantages. It can be used a lot of different ways. Plus, it has a sweet, floral scent that makes it a favorite to use with a diffuser or in aromatherapy.

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