Massage oil tired legs

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Óleo de massagem para pernas cansadas, promove a ativação da circulação sanguínea e proprociona uma sensação de alívio da dor e inchaço das pernas.
A mistura selecionada dos óleos essenciais proporciona um aroma fresco e agradável. 

Mistrura 100% natural, à base de óleos essenciais e vegetais.

Principios ativos:
- Óleo essencial de toranja (ativador da circulação sanguínea).
- Óleo essencial de hortelã-pimenta (anti-inflamatório).
- Mistura de óleos essenciais (aroma fresco)
- Óleo vegetal de amêndoas doces (hidratação). 

Volume: 30 mL


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Patchouli essential oil


Patchouli (Pogostemon patchouli) is a plant native to Southeast Asia. With a very characteristic aroma, it is used in perfumery as a fixative. Patchouli has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and stimulant capabilities and is considered an aphrodisiac. Due to its excessive use around the 60's, it fell a little out of use precisely because of its strong aroma, but today it is gaining in popularity for its therapeutic abilities.
Main constituents: patchoulol, alpha-bulnesene, alpha-guainene, gamma-patchoulene.
Note: The information contained on this page is for educational purposes only.

Geranium Essential Oil


Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) is a plant native to South Africa and widely cultivated in Italy, China, Egypt, Spain, France, Morocco and Japan. These constituents are used in perfumery and also in the insect repellent industry. The oil has the ability to reduce oiliness of the skin and is therefore widely used in the cosmetic industry. It has antiseptic, anti-depressive, anti-inflammatory and diuretic capabilities.
In aromatherapy is used in the fight against acne, cellulitis, tonsillitis, depressions, sore throats, kidney problems and insect repellent. Scientific research also suggests anxiolytic properties.
Main constituents: Citronellol, geraniol.
Do not use during pregnancy, nor by people with hypersensitive skin.

Niaouli Biological Essential Oil


Niaouli is a persistent leaf tree native to Oceania. The essential oil of this plant is used in the treatment of respiratory, gynecological and urinary infections. It also has healing effect and is used in the treatment of acne. Scientific studies also suggest that it boosts the immune system.
Main constituents: 1,8-cineole (53.4%), α-pinene (7.7%), limonene (6.9%), α-terpineol (6.7%).
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Organic Ginger Essential Oil


Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a herbaceous plant of the family Zingiberaceae, originating from the island of Java, India and China, from where it spread to the tropical regions of the world. Ginger is a condiment used throughout the world due to its spicy taste. In aromatherapy is used as treatment of digestive problems, motion sickness, circulatory activation, muscle pain. Scientific studies indicate that the major compounds of ginger have anti-mutagenic capacity.
Main constituents: α-zingiberene (30.2%), β-sesquipelandene (12.6%), β-bisabolene (8.9%) α-curcumene (7.5%).
May irritate sensitive skin. May cause photosensitivity.
Note: The information contained on this page is for educational purposes only.

Cajepute essential oil


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.
It should not be given to children. Although contraindications are not documented, its use should be avoided during pregnancy.

Citronella essential oil


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.
Avoid during pregnancy.