100% PURE ESSENTIAL OIL – Citrus aurantiifolia
Lime Oil is extracted from the peel of fruit grown on Yidinjdji land, Australia, is cold-pressed and has undergone extensive testing to ensure its high quality. Recommended for blends, massage oils, skincare, candles, burners and soaps. Care Instructions: Not recommended for ingestion. Refreshing, cleansing, good for cold and flu’s, aids happiness.
USES FOR – LIME OIL:
- Diffusion and steam inhalation: Diffusing a few drops of 100% Pure Lime Oil can be an amazing way to create a stimulating and uplifting atmosphere in your home. Using Lime Oil via diffusion or steam inhalation can also help you get rid of cold symptoms and boost your immune system.
- In warm baths: Adding a few drops of Lime Oil to a warm bath may relieve muscle pain and joint inflammation
- In massage blends: Struggling with muscle soreness? you should definitely consider having a Lime Oil massage. To relieve muscle aches, mix 4 drops of Lime Oil with 30 ml of your favourite carrier oil (we recommend Jojoba and Coconut) and massage the blend into the affected areas.
- In skincare: To fight acne, brighten dull skin, diminishing the appearance of fine lines, sun spots, and wrinkles, and promote a youthful look, enrich your daily face wash and/or night cream with a few drops of diluted Lime Oil. is phototoxic, so always use it at low dilutions (the recommended dermal maximum is 0.7%).
- In-home cleaning: To make an effective household cleaner, combine 15-20 drops of 100% Pure Lime Oil with half a cup of distilled water and half a cup of vinegar a spray cleaner, also can be added to Bicarb soda for a fridge deodoriser.
CAUTIONS – Keep out of reach of children, avoid during pregnancy and nursing. Avoid contact with eyes & sensitive areas. Do not ingest. Possible skin sensitivity. Store below 30°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
Non-toxic. It may cause sensitisation and irritation in some individuals. Avoid during pregnancy or currently breastfeeding, please consult with your physician before using this or any other essential oil.
These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use of essential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.