Lemon essential oil uses for skin can improve your complexion and leave your skin soft and supple. Lemon oil benefits skin by deeply nourishing. You can make lemon oil with baking soda and honey for a natural acne free face wash.
Lemon essential oil is a completely natural ingredient that also serves as a home health remedy. It’s extracted from the peel of fresh lemons using a “cold-pressing” process that pricks and rotates the peel as oil is released. Lemon essential oil can be diluted and applied topically to your skin, as well as diffused into the air and inhaled. Some people swear by lemon essential oil as an ingredient that fights exhaustion, clears your skin, kills harmful viruses and bacteria, and reduces inflammation.
100% pure and natural: No solvents, no fillers, no synthetic fragrances
Aroma: Citrusy aroma
In alternative medicine, Lemon essential oil is typically used for the following health problems:
*Do not use for pregnant women or if breastfeeding, or for people with a history of convulsive disorders, epilepsy or for people who are allergic to essential oils. For people receiving medical treatment and for children, seek the advice of a health specialist.
*Do not apply undiluted oil direct onto skin, always dilute first in a carrier oil. Wash undiluted oil off skin with soap and water.
*May cause a skin allergy. If in doubt, carry out a patch test beforehand.
*Do not massage onto damaged or irritated skin. If consulting a health specialist, keep the product or packaging available.
*Avoid contact with the eyes, mucous membranes or clothing. If swallowed or spilt in the eyes get medical advice. Rinse eyes with clean water.
*Do not leave burning candle vaporisers unattended.
*Do not discharge into the environment. Dispose of the contents/ container in accordance with regulations.
*For external use only.
*Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
*Caution - the undiluted oil is FLAMMABLE.