Did you know that it’s not the flowers that carry Geranium’s powerful scent, but the leaves?

If you crush a geranium leaf between your fingers, you’ll smell citrus and fruity accents with a hint of spice and smell similar to the rose. Uses of Geranium Essential Oil date back to ancient Egypt when Egyptians used it as a beautifying agent for the skin. From then until today, this oil has been used in a vast range of applications:

🌸 Really valued in the perfume industry for its sweet, uplifting floral scent. Citronellol and geraniol ex-geranium are the major constituents of Rhodinol, an important component of the fine fragrance industry.

✨ Used cosmetically, it is known to be a beneficial ingredient for use in moisturizers because it effectively eliminates dead cells and promotes the regeneration of newer, healthier skin, specially when treating skin diseases. Its anti-bacterial properties make Geranium Oil an ideal ingredient in cosmetic deodorants, as it eliminates body odor.

🐝 What may be a pleasant smell to us humans, it will repel mosquitoes, wasps and other insects.
 
🧘🏻‍♀️ Inhaling it’s sweet aroma can support emotions by creating a calming and grounding effect, lessening feelings of stress and nerves. It is also known to enhance concentration and improve cognitive function.

Geranium Oil blends well with: Basil, Cedarwood, Citronella, Lavender, Neroli, and citrus oils like Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, and Orange.

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