Frankincense essential oil has been used for centuries. Its roots can be traced back to the times of the New Testament as well as in ancient Egypt for its healing and beauty benefits. It is a relaxing essential oil, offering a sense of peace and wellness when diffused, as well as offer assistance in balancing mood. Can also help rejuvenate the skin.
This is the ultimate purifier. Known for a sense of cooling and cleansing the product helps to remove cloudiness and improve clarity. Capable of being combined with many other essential oils, tea tree is capable of remedying alone or in an elixir.
Uses as an Essential Oil
To diffuse: Add three to four drops to a diffuser of your choice.
Internal use: Do not take frankincense essential oil internally.
Topical use: Apply 1 to 3 drops in a carrier oil such as sandalwood or cedarwood. You can also apply the same amount of drops to your favorite skin cream.
Directions for Use:
To use, add a couple drops to facial cleanser, nails, or temples for external bodily use. Add a drop to four ounces of water to use as an internal cleanser. To spray surfaces, dilute in water or put three to four drops into a diffuser. This oil can be taken internally to support overall general health, including healthy digestion as well as increasing the body’s cellular function.
Be aware of any skin sensitivity before applying tea tree essential oil directly to the face, body, or limbs. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, breastfeeding, or seeing a doctor regularly, talk with your provider before using this product. Avoid putting oil on or in any sensitive areas. If you have any known allergies to this particular product, seek assistance finding a suitable alternative.
Aroma: Clean, rich, balsamic, and woody
Dry-out: Clean and sweet
Blended with: Citrus oils such as bergamot oil and grapefruit, spice oils such as black pepper oil and basil oil, also galbanum oil, neroli oil, sandalwood oil, geranium oil.