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Cedarwood essential oil’s woodsy, warm, balsamic aroma creates a relaxing, calming, and comforting atmosphere when diffused to help support a relaxing nighttime routine. The cleansing and moisturizing properties associated with Cedarwood also make it a great addition to your favorite skin care products. When applied topically, it can help maintain the appearance of healthy, youthful skin. You can also massage Cedarwood oil into your scalp to enhance the appearance of healthy-looking hair.
- Cedarwood Essential Oil helps creating a calm and comfortable atmosphere when diffused.
- Cedarwood (Cedrus Atlantica) Essential Oil is original from Morocco, USA; Cedrus atlantica is the species most closely related to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon.
- The extraction method of Cedarwood Essential Oil is steam distilled from bark.
- Cedarwood has been used thoughout antiquity.
- The Egyptians used Cedarwood for embalming the dead. It was used traditionally and incense in Tibet.
Cedarwood essential oil has a warm, relaxing aroma that is soothing when diffused. It can be used topically on skin and hair to moisturize and condition.
[ Tips from Skin18 ]
- Skincare: Smooth up the skin by adding a few drops of Cedarwood to lotions and skin care products.
- Haircare: For shining-looking hair, insert a few drops into shampoo and conditioner. Or rub oil directly into scalp for healthy-looking hair. It may also promote hair growth and soothe dry scalp.
- Healthcare: Similutes the limbic region of the brain (center of emotions) which may help ADD and ADHD.
- Inhale: Can inhale directly for a calm and peaceful feeling, which can improve focus and ADHD
- Diffuse: insert 3-6 drops of Cedarwood with distilled water in a diffuser for scents featuring Cedarwood on its own. Diffuse up to 1 hour, 3 times a day. Can combine with other essential oils such as Tea Tree, Neroli, or Bergamot for diffusion
- DIY tips: Can create bug repellent with its content.
Includes naturally occurring constituents that are high in sesquiterpenes.
[ How to use ]
- Helps maintain the appearance of youthful skin and healthy-looking hair
- Has skin-cleansing properties
- Apply 1-2 drops onto your pillow before going to bed.
- Add a couple of drops to a DIY outdoor spray blended with oils such as Citronella, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Myrtle, Clove, or Lemongrass to use at sporting events or while camping.
- Pamper yourself with an at-home scalp massage. Warm a few drops between your hands and rub it into your scalp for healthy-looking hair.
- Add Cedarwood to your favorite lotions and skin care products to help cleanse and moisturize the skin.
- Creates a relaxing, calming, and comforting atmosphere when diffused to support a relaxing nighttime routine
- Is a natural deodorizer
- Diffuse Cedarwood in the evening to create a relaxing atmosphere and help neutralize odors.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily. Storage: Keep in a cool, dark place.
CAUTIONS: Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use. Avoid direct sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product.
[ Size ] 15 ml (0.5 oz) ~ 300 drops of essential oil
[ Ingredients ]
- Cedrus atlantica† (Cedarwood) bark oil
- †100% pure essential oil
- Alpha-Himachalene (10-20%)
- Beta-Himachalene (35-55%)
- Gamma-Himachalene (8-15%)
- Delta-Cadinene (2-6%)
A little story about this oil:
- SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cedrus atlantica
- BOTANICAL FAMILY: Pinaceae
- REGIONS FOUND: Morocco, USA; Cedrus atlantica is the species most closely related to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon.
- PLANT PART USED: Bark
- EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam distilled
- YL REGION: Most Young Living Cedarwood essential oil comes from Morocco.
- Cedarwood essential oil joined the Young Living family in 1994.