Forest scent and atmosphere!Organic, chemo-typed Cedarwood essential oil.
Gentle and refreshing fragrance to calm and renew the mind, open the airways and ease coughs. In addition, in skin care, this excellent oil has been found to help with itching and soothing irritated skin, among other things. This essential oil has also been found to help with urinary tract infections.
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Instructions for use - How to use essential oils
Scented lantern and air freshener: Use essential oils to create a good atmosphere and freshen up the air in a room, for example in a humidifier. Add a few drops of essential oil to a water-filled fragrance diffuser. You can also add a few drops to a spray bottle of water and mist the room with a good fragrance. You can also spritz essential oil on sheets, carpets, etc.
Shower or bath: Add 5-10 drops of essential oil to 1 tablespoon of cream or a solution of neutral shower soap, depending on your preference. Use the solution in a shower, bath or footbath to pamper yourself and your loved ones. Bath time 15-20 minutes.
Body Oil: Add a few (1-2) drops of essential oil to one tablespoon (approx. 5ml) of neutral skin care oil, according to your preference. Massage your body and mind in this way.
Sauna: A few drops in a small container of water on the sauna benches.
Facial beauty scrub and steam shower: Add 2-3 drops of essential oil to 1-2 litres of hot water and hold face under towel for 2-3 minutes.
Towel Baths: For cold or warm towel bath on the skin, use 1 to 2 drops of essential oil dripped on a dampened towel. You can also make an oil bath, e.g. for the face (1-2 drops per 5ml of base oil) by placing a damp towel on top.
Oil Perfume: Like perfume, apply - although very little - to your wrist and the back of your ear. In this case, make a dilution in jojoba oil, for example (10-20 drops of essential oil per 10 ml). You can also use a few drops of essential oil on clothes, not on silk.
Florame essential oils are Ecocert organic certified. Each bottle of Florame oil is labelled with the Latin name of the plant, the part of the plant from which the oil was distilled, the country of origin and the chemotype. This information is essential, especially for therapeutic and aromatherapy treatments. This information will help you to choose the right oil for your application.