Orange Essential Oil - 100% Natural Flavor Nourishes Dry, Irritated Acne-Prone Skin - 8oz

Orange Essential Oil - 100% Natural Flavor Nourishes Dry, Irritated Acne-Prone Skin - 8oz

Orange Essential Oil - 100% Natural Flavor Nourishes Dry, Irritated Acne-Prone Skin - 8oz

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Orange Essential Oil - 100% Natural Flavor Nourishes Dry, Irritated Acne-Prone SkinOrange Essential Oil

What Is Orange Oil?

Orange (Citrus sinensis) belongs to the Rutaceae family. The fruit comes from a small grayish-brown bark tree, which is almost similar to a shrub. Its branches grow to a regular hemisphere shape with oval-shaped foliage that sprouts to at least 3 to 4 inches.

Its flowers are distinguished by its aromatic characteristic, and the circular fruit is rougher and darker in comparison to other varieties of citrus. It is said to be first obtained from a native tree in China, but has also been cultivated widely in the Mediterranean region, France, North and South America and Portugal.

Orange oil is extensively utilized in aromatherapy as it helps soothe tensed muscles and aids as a mood lifter. It can also be blended with a carrier oil and used as a fragrant lotion or cream or your skin.


Composition of Orange Oil

Orange oil is made of up various chemical properties such as alpha pinene, citronellal, geranial, sabinene, myrcene, limonene, linalool and neral. The most significant property is the limonene, or D-limonene, which can play an important role in your home by repelling insects. Simply spray or wipe it in different places of your house.

D-limonene extracted from the rind of orange can be used as a cleaning agent both in household and industrial settings. This chemical may also be utilized as a replacement for acetone, toluene, glycol ethers, fluorinated and chlorinated organic agents when used as a straight solvent.


Uses of Orange Oil

      • Commonly used as an added flavoring to beverages, sweet meats, chocolates, biscuits and confectionery and baked goods.
      • Utilized as a concentrate for room fresheners, deodorants, soaps, body lotions and creams. 
      • Has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antidepressant and antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.
      • Help curb inflammation in the body by reducing pain and irritation. It also has a carminative property that helps expel intestinal gas, which induces chest pains and indigestion, by relaxing the stomach and anal muscles.
      • Might help treat muscular and nervous spasms.
      • In aromatherapy, it aids in relieving anxiety, anger and depression and is beneficial in promoting a healthy well-being as it detoxifies the body and boosts immunity.


Benefits of Orange Oil

      • Improves digestion and relieving constipation.
      • Orange essential oil is also good for nourishing dry, irritated and acne-prone skin when mixed with a carrier oil and used as a cream or ointment.
      •  Can be used effectively for a refreshing treatment of calluses on the feet.
      • Mood Booster - The orange promotes a feeling of happiness and warmth when used in aromatherapy. It helps in the elimination of toxins in the body and deals well with digestive problems.
      • Helps in stimulating lymphatic action to promote balance in water processes and results in detoxification of your body.

 

 

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