Eucalyptus essential oil is produced from the evergreen ball eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus Labill.) leaves and young twigs, using the steam distillation method. Eucalyptus essential oil has a very intensive, distinctive scent of camphor. The origin of “MĖTA” Eucalyptus essential oil is Spain.
The aroma of eucalyptus essential oil is penetrating camphor, with a sweet wood tint. The scent is intense, cooling, giving transparency to the thoughts, it is included in the upper notes, but due to its specificity, its use in perfumery is not recommended. More»
“MĖTA” Eucalyptus essential oil is 100% plant odor obtained by steam distillation from spherical Eucalyptus globulus, twigs and chopped young wood.
The origin of “MĖTA” Eucalyptus essential oil is Spain.
The aroma of eucalyptus essential oil is penetrating camphor, with a sweet wood tint. The scent is intense, cooling, giving transparency to the thoughts, it is included in the upper notes, but due to its specificity, its use in perfumery is not recommended.
In the 19th century, the German botanist von Muller brought the eucalyptus, or blue-rubber tree, as the aborigines of Australia called it, as an herb, to the rest of the world. It is now grown not only in Australia but also in North Africa, Spain, California and India and others.
It is used in cosmetics to keep the skin in good condition due to its cleansing, antiseptic properties. Due to the specific odor used as a deodorant.
Used in aromatic lamps, essential eucalyptus oil disinfects the premises, provides a positive effect on the emotional background: eliminates drowsiness, fatigue, improves mood, concentration.
Perfect for use with:
essential oils of Tea Tree, Lemon, Thyme, Cedar, Lavender, Mint, Pine, Rosemary, Siberian fir.
Methods and amounts of use:
Aromatic bath: since essential oils are insoluble in water, dissolve 10-30 drops of eucalyptus essential oil in a glass of milk, kephir, yoghurt, cream, a tablespoon of plant oil or some honey and then pour the mixture into your bath.
Hand cream or lotion: one-time use: 3 drops of the essential oil in 1 teaspoon of fatty oil.
After-shave lotion: 40 drops of the essential oil into 120 ml of apple vinegar or vodka and 80 ml of distilled water.
Massage: 10-15 drops of eucalyptus essential oil or several essential oils (in equal parts) into 2 tablespoons of the main plant oil.
Sauna: 15 drops into 10 litres of hot water for soaking besoms.
Aromatic lamp: 4-5 drops for 5 sq. m. area. For daily use (don’t forget to add warm water).
Facial steam bath, inhalation: 2-3 drops into 1 litre of hot water.
Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on cosmetic products, identifies the following allergens:
Eucalyptus essential oil contains the natural component limonene.
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