Pleasant Palmarosa Essential Oil is distilled from a tropical, fragrant grass resulting in an aromatic oil that smells like a lemony-geranium-rose and is simply splendid for the nose! This formidable skin rejuvenator poises pores, and skin tone. Palmarosa smooths skin and has a reputation of bringing balance to blemish prone and dry skin.
Botanical Name: Cymbopogon martini
Botanical Family: Poaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Aerial parts
Country of Origin: India
Composition: 100% Cymbopogon martini
Consistency: Thick viscosity
Scent Description: Green and lemony-fresh with hints of Geranium and Rose.
In Living Libations: Seabuckthorn Best Skin Ever, Rose Glow Serum, Rose Glow Crème, Soothsayer Serum, Neroli Best Skin Ever, Cinnamon Seabuckthorn Hot Lover Lips, and Sundew Crème.
Blends well with: Rose, Geranium, Lavender, Frankincense, Immortelle, Bergamot, Neroli, Patchouli, Vetiver, Lemon Myrtle, Honey Myrtle, Cypress, Juniper, Inula, and Spikenard.
Uses: So good for skin. Dilute to use in face serums and massage oils. Lovely in baths and diffusers. Skin toning and excellent to use with dry brushing. Softens appearance of scars, stretch marks, and skin texture. This botanicalbiotic may also be used for oral care.
Constituents: Mighty monoterpenols, emollient esters, loving linalool, and generous geraniols.
An aromatherapy dream! Living Libations Palmarosa Essential Oil has a fresh lemony and rosy scent, and it cares for dry and oily skin alike. It is mild, gently hydrating, and tones for beautifully balanced skin.
"Palmarosa... is nontoxic and it's opulent, yet still very attractive, geraniol-dominated fragrance signals its connection to hotter climates."
~ Kurt Schnaubelt, The Intelligence of Essential Oils
"Palmarosa is a tonic skin regenerator and hydrating skin treatment for dry or aged skin, wrinkles, and general skin disturbances. Palmarosa regulates sebum production and is a tonic for minor skin imbalances..."
~ Kate and Peter Damian, Aromatherapy Scent and Psyche
"Palmarosa encourages us to be kind and gentle to ourselves, not over-critical or judgmental, because when we learn to love who we are, we can love others in the same way."
~ Valerie Ann Worwood, Aromatherapy for the Soul
"Since the 18th century, Turks have distilled Palmarosa Oil to adulterate costly Turkish rose oil. Palmarosa was once known as Turkish or Indian geranium oil because of its geranium like odor. Indian doctors prescribed palmarosa to prevent infections and fight fever."
~ Roberta Wilson, Aromatherapy: Essential Oils for Vibrant Health and Beauty