Neroli Essential Oil
100% pure and natural, steam distilled, Neroli Essential Oil. Relaxing and uplifting aroma.
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Neroli Essential Oil comes from the leaves of the bitter orange tree. It has a floral, green citrusy scent and is frequently used in perfumes and other self-care products. It blends really well with other essential oils, especially floral and citrus oils. In aromatherapy and massage, Neroli is said to be relaxing and uplifting, making it ideal for diffusing.
Neroli Oil is a popular ingredient in skincare preparations, said to be soothing on the skin. It can be used in your homemade beauty formulations for its beautiful aroma and therapeutic benefits. Try making your own body butters, lotions, balms, creams, body oils and many more. Neroli is very potent so a little goes a long way, but it can be a great addition to your products for its therapeutic benefits.
Certified cruelty free and vegan friendly.
Dilute at a percentage of 1% of the finished blend, 1ml of essential oil (approx. 20 drops) to 100ml of carrier oil. Do not use undiluted on the skin. You can use up to 3% dilution for use on your body or in the bath. Consult your doctor or midwife before using during pregnancy.
Blend with your favourite essential oils and add to your diffuser and immerse yourself in the relaxing aroma of Neroli.
Add a couple of drops to our Organic Rosehip Oil (#246) and use as a luxurious, moisturising body oil.
Add Neroli Essential Oil to a carrier oil of your choice to create your own massage oil. We recommend Sweet Almond (#215), Grapeseed (#210) or Apricot Kernel (#204).
Bring an old potpourri back to life by adding a few drops of Neroli to it. Sit back and enjoy the calming aroma.
As with any new product always conduct a patch test before first use.
100% Neroli Essential Oil
Country of Origin
Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco.
Sweet, floral, citrusy, green. Characteristic of blossoms. Middle note.
Colourless to pale yellow.
Neroli Oil is the oil obtained from steam distilling the blossoms of the orange tree. It take a huge amount of blossoms to produce a small amount of the oil.