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Devinez Cypress Essential Oil, 100% Pure, Natural & Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade

Rs. 352.00 Regular price Rs. 549.00

15ml, 30ml & 50ml sizes in Glass Bottle
100ml, 250ml, 500m, 1000ml sizes In Anodized Aluminum Bottle

Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation

Product description

The oil can be used in aromatherapy and used topically, and it is said to have the ability to relax the mind and the muscles, detox the system, and regulate the flow of blood around the body. Like all essential oils, Cypress oil is very strong, so it should be diluted with carrier oil, tested on a small patch of skin before using it topically. Here are  the amazing benefits and uses of cypress essential oil.

Treats oily skin: Cypress oil can also be used to treat oily skin. If you add a few drops of cypress essential oil to your regular skin toner, it will help to remove excess sebum from the skin. This will help stop you getting oily patches during the day. It will also help to keep your pores clean, so it could reduce breakouts too.

Improves the complexion: Cypress oil has many benefits for skin care as well. Its astringent properties will remove excess oil, its antiseptic properties will fight the bacteria they cause acne, and it also helps to lighten scars and reduce swelling.

Reduces stress and anxiety : Cypress essential oil has a mild sedative effect, that can east the symptoms of stress and relax both the mind and the body. It also has the effect of promoting a feeling a calm and happiness and is sometimes used to calm people down who have suffered a severe shock. If you put a few drops of cypress oil in your bathwater, it’s a wonderful way to relax after a long day at work.

Deodorant: The scent of cypress oil is said to be a masculine scent, which is why it is often used in soaps, aftershaves and deodorants for men. The oil does have natural deodorising properties too, so it can be used as a homemade deodorant in place of synthetic, store bought ones.

Antiseptic: Cypress oil contains camphene, which is a naturally occurring antiseptic and the oil is often used as an ingredient in antiseptic creams and lotions. You can use cypress essential oil to treat minor wounds and it will fight infection and help the wound to heal faster.

Relieves pain: Cypress oil is very good for relieving muscle and joint pain and it can be used to ease the symptoms of complaints such as arthritis, rheumatism and osteoarthritis. It is also an anti-spasmodic, so it can be used to ease the pain of cramps and the pain associated with periods. All you need to do is to massage the oil into the affected area and it will soon get to work for you.

Blending
Cypress Oil forms great blends with essential oils of all citrus fruits such as Lime, Lemon, and Orange as well as with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Juniper, Lavender, Marjoram, Pine and Rosemary and Sandalwood essential oils.

Safety Information

  • Essential Oils are oil soluble- dilute with a carrier oil (olive, coconut, etc.), not water.
  • Store in a cool and a dry place.
  • Some oils are photosensitive - do not apply on exposed skin if going outdoors.
  • Do not drop oils directly in ear canal or eyes. Oils can dissolve plastics - use in glass.
  • Use extreme caution when applying oils topically for allergic or autoimmune conditions.
  • Do a 2-days patch test for even the gentlest essential oils before using them generally.
  • Use extreme caution when applying oils topically for allergic or autoimmune conditions.
  • Keep out of reach from children and pets.
  • If swallowed by mistake, kindly seek medical advice immediately.
  • Keep away from flame, heat and ignition sources.
  • Always conduct a patch test of diluted oil on the inner arm before using; do not use if redness or irritation occurs.
  • Do not ingest.
  • If you have sensitive skin, epilepsy, heart or kidney problems, or any serious medical condition, do not use this oil unless advised by a physician or medical professional that it is safe.