Did you know that Citronella Oil acts as a repellent by masking the human fragrances that insects find appealing?

With the arrival of summer, you might have spotted infinite products with Citronella Oil, and it’s not only due to being known as a natural insect repellant, but also because its uses and benefits extend beyond keeping bugs at bay ❌🐝❌.
Here you have some interesting facts:

🏠 Works as a natural and fragrant household cleaning agent due to its high contents of Citronellol and Geraniol

✨ Used in cosmetics because deodorizes and refreshes body odors, eliminates lice and enhances skin health

🍭 Traditionally used as a flavoring agent in culinary applications such as beverages, baked goods, frozen dairy and candy

🔮 In aromatherapy it is said to uplift negative moods, relax the body and mind and boost energy

👩🏻‍⚕️ Used medicinally as a soothing agent for pain, infections, rashes, and inflammation

Citronella Oil blends well with Geranium, Lemon, Bergamot, Orange, Cedarwood and Pine oils, and is one of the favorite ingredients brands apply in perfumery, soaps, detergents and scented candles.

What are you planning to add Citronella Oil to?