Geranium

Pelargonium x asperum

Geranium

Pelargonium x asperum

Flowering aerial parts

Skin care | Relaxation / stress / sleep

The essential oil of the geranium rosat is used to treat skin problems and cramps, as well as being an insect repellent. The scent of geranium is regarded as pleasant by almost everyone, making this essential oil a key ingredient in cosmetics and health products, such as massage oils. Depending on the other oils with which geranium is combined, it will have a more toning or a more relaxing effect. Bourbon geranium combines well with true lavender, citrus oils, German chamomile, lemon eucalyptus, mint and rosemary. Because the scent is powerful, it is a good idea to keep its ratio in mixes as low as possible, so as to obtain a pleasing synergy.

Chemotype: citronellol, geraniol, isomenthone

Content: 10 ml

Product info

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User manual

Skin: massage, bath: 5 to 10 drops per 10 ml of vegetable oil. Contains naturally citronellol, geraniol, linalool, citral, d-limonene Diffusion: 5 to 10 drops according to your personal preference and the size of the room.

External use

Product info

  • Origin: Egypt
  • Extraction: steam distillation
  • Fragrance: rose-like, fruity
  • Appearance: light to dark green fluid
  • Yield: 0,15 - 0,2%

Ingredients: Pelargonium x asperum* (100%). *organic culture

Mean values of the main components:

citronellol 18-26%
geraniol 12-20%
isomenthone 5-10%
citronellyl-formate 6.5-11%
linalool 8-11%
guaiadiene 6,9 5-8.5%

Essential oils are the fragrant, volatile constituents of plants, flowers, fruits, etc. Oak Organic essential oils are 100% pure, natural and botanically and biochemically defined.

Oak recept geranium

Drops for treating blemishes on young skin

1 drop Geranium HE
1 drop Tea tree EO
1 drop Strawflower EO

Drench a cotton swab in this mixture and gently dab the blemishes/pimples.

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