Petitgrain essential oil

€8.22
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Petitgrain oil is obtained by steam distillation from the branches, leaves and green fruits of the bitter orange tree (Citrus aurantium var. Amara). It has properties somewhat similar to neroli (oil obtained from flowers of the same plant), although it is considered less sedative and the fragrance less exquisite. It is a soothing, relaxing and anti-depressant. It is also considered a fixative in perfumery.
Main constituents: linalyl acetate, linalool, α-terpineol.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF PETITGRAIN ESSENTIAL OIL:
May cause photosensitivity.
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  • 10ml
  • 100ml
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Orange Sweet Essential Oil

€7.08

The orange (Citrus sinensis) is a citrus fruit created in India, from the crossing of the grapefruit with the tangerine. Aromatherapy with orange oil reduces anxiety and relieves moderate symptoms of depression and stress.
Main constituents: Limonene.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL ORANGE OIL:
May irritate sensitive skin.
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Palmarosa essential oil

€7.63

Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) is a plant native to Asia whose essential oil is widely used in perfumery and cosmetics. Its aroma, close to that of rose, causes it to be sometimes used to adulterate rose oil, which is much more expensive. It is traditionally used for various skin problems like dermatitis, acne and scars. It is suitable for all skin types and mainly useful in mature and dry skin.
Main constituents: geraniol, geranyl acetate.
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Peppermint Essential Oil

€9.25

Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) is a perennial rhizomatous herbaceous plant native to Europe. Aromatherapy with mint essential oil induces improved memory while its internal use has action at the level of the gastrointestinal tract, namely in the irritable bowel syndrome.
Main constituents: Menthol, mentone, menthyl acetate.
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Mandarin Essential Oil

€5.35

Smaller than orange, tangerine (Citrus reticulata) is currently cultivated around the world. Its fruit, mandarin, is a citrus fruit slightly flattened at the ends. It is from its bark, by cold pressure, that the essential oil is extracted. Essential oil is traditionally used as a stimulant of the digestive system and lymphatic circulation, as well as to calm nervous tension.
Main constituents: limonene, γ-terpinene.
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Lemon Essential Oil

€6.25

Lemon (Citrus limon) is a citrus fruit originating in Southeast Asia, having been introduced in Europe by the Arabs. Lemon essential oil has anxiolytic, antidepressant and analgesic capabilities.
Main constituents: Limonene, β-pinene, γ-terpinene.
PRECAUTIONS ON THE USE OF ESSENTIAL LEMON OIL:
May irritate sensitive skin. May cause photosensitivity.
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Citronella essential oil

€6.57

Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus) is mostly cultivated in Sri Lanka, hence its name. Its essential oil is a recognized insect repellent. In vitro tests also indicate that it has activity against Gram-positive bacteria and fungi. Its distinctive aroma also makes it an interesting ingredient for the production of perfumes and soaps. Thanks to its properties, it is also incorporated into various insect repellent products.
Main constituents: geraniol, trans-methylisoeugenol, camphene.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL CITRONELLON OIL:
Avoid during pregnancy.

Orchid Essential Oil

€8.61

Orchid essential oil is known for the rejuvenating and soothing action of the skin due to its antioxidant properties, anti-inflammatory and cellular regeneration. It is mainly used in perfumery and cosmetics, characterized by its sweet and soft floral aroma.

Cajepute essential oil

€5.12

The cajepute is a natural tree from Australia. It is the same botanical genus of the tea tree, although its essential oil has a different chemical composition. It is also a good antiseptic, suitable for respiratory and skin diseases. However, oils very rich in 1,8-cineole can affect the central nervous system and cause respiratory problems in children, so its use at this stage is inadvisable. In addition to the antiseptic properties, cajepute essential oil has spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory activities, and may be useful in the case of colic or arthritic pain.
Constituents: 1,8-Cineole, α-terpineol, limonene.
PRECAUTIONS IN USE:
It should not be given to children. Although contraindications are not documented, its use should be avoided during pregnancy.

Marjoram Essential Oil

€11.07

The marjoram (Origanum majorana) is an herbaceous plant, originating in the Mediterranean region. Its essential oil is traditionally considered soothing. It is even used in muscle pain, cramps and sprains.
Main constituents: 4-terpineol, γ-terpinene, linalool.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF MANJERONA:
Overuse may cause drowsiness.
Do not use during pregnancy.
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Lemon Grass Essential Oil

€6.64

Its lemongrass essential oil (Cymbopogon flexuosus) has anti-fungal properties and is used as a bio-pesticide in crop protection. It also has deodorizing properties and aromatherapy is considered to be relaxing and anti-inflammatory.
Its properties can be used for the preparation of massage oils, creams and lotions.
Main constituents: Geranial, neral, geraniol.

Salva essential oil

€10.90

Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a perennial shrub native to the Mediterranean. Its name comes from the Latin "salvare", conveying the importance attributed a long time to this plant. Its essential oil regulates the menstrual cycle and reduces fluid retention. It also has antibacterial properties, being used to relieve sore throats and to clean wounds and infected ulcers. It is used in cosmetics as it reduces excessive sweating and is optimal for oily skins.
Major constituents: cis-thione (25.9%), camphor (20%).
PRECAUTIONS IN USE:
Avoid using this essential oil during pregnancy as it can stimulate the uterine muscles. Contains tuiona, a compound with neurotoxic effects. If you suffer from epilepsy do not use this essential oil as it may promote epileptic seizures.

Lavender essential oil

€13.53

Lavender (Lavandula officinalis, syn. L. angustifolia) is a sub-shrub of the Mediterranean zone. The exposure to the aroma of its essential oil induces anxiolytic and sedative action, while its topical application decreases the perception of stress.

Main constituents: Linalool, linalyl acetate.

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Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil I

€16.70

The distillation of ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata) is done in stages, resulting in oils with different qualities (complete, extra and grades I, II and III). The essential oil that we commercialize in biological mode is extra and the conventional one is grade I. The biological essential oil is thus more suitable for use in aromatherapy and this for use in perfumery and cosmetics.
Main constituents: germacrene D, benzyl acetate.
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Rosemary Essential Oil

€7.63

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a shrub from the Mediterranean coast. Among the activities of its essential oil we highlight its analgesic action by inhalation and anti-inflammatory.

Main constituents: 1,8-Cineole (41.3%), camphor (14.2%), α-pinene (13.3%).

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