|Ancient Greco-Roman culture used cypress medicinally and as a purifying incense. The oil has a skin-tightening, pore-reducing effect. It blends well with other Mediterranean oils like lavender, clary sage and bergamot.|
Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens
Ingredients: Cupressus sempervirens (cypress) oil
Directions: Dilute properly.
Suggested Uses: Refreshing mist: 5 drops cypress, 4 drops lavandin, 9 drops grapefruit, 1 oz. water in a mister.
Safety Notes: CAUTION: IF PREGNANT, SUFFERING FROM ANY MEDICAL CONDITION, OR TAKING MEDICATION, CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER BEFORE USE. DILUTE PROPERLY · MAY IRRITATE SKIN NOT FOR INTERNAL USE KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
CAUTION: IF PREGNANT, SUFFERING FROM ANY MEDICAL CONDITION, OR TAKING MEDICATION, CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER BEFORE USE. AVOID EYES AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES. DILUTE PROPERLY • MAY IRRITATE SKIN NOT FOR INTERNAL USE KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Color: Clear, colorless to pale yellow or pale olive-greenish
Top Note: Sweet, refreshing and balsamic
Middle Note: Balsamic, pine-needle or juniper berry-like
Dry Note: Tenacious, sweet and delicate
Aromatherapy Actions: Purifying, balancing
Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.
Regulatory Status: None
Processing Notes: Essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the needles and twigs.
Common Name: Cypress
Plant Part: Needles & Twigs
Form: Essential Oil