Strong, sweet, clean, and lemony, lemon myrtle essential oil’s aroma is at once refreshing and relaxing. Its ability to create such inviting environments is thanks to “citral”—a potent germ-reducing component. Ultra fresh and crisp potent lemon scent. More "lemony" than true Lemon oil.
- Use lemon myrtle to purify surfaces, including in humid areas where germs would otherwise collect. Due to citral’s tendency to irritate skin, dilute lemon myrtle well before using it topically.
- Spray your shower stall with a lemon myrtle surface cleaner after turning off the water to discourage germs from collecting.
- Diffuse a few drops of lemon myrtle to reduce airborne threats, and stay healthy when cold season sets in.
- Use in a diffuser or dilute in a massage oil when feeling chesty.
- Jet lagged? Make a travel spray with lemon myrtle to calm yourself for a good night’s rest.
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Backhousia Citriodora Leaf Oil
Botanical name: Backhousia citriodora
Common name: Lemon Myrtle
May cause irritation to skin and mucous membranes, best to use in low doses. Avoid using on individuals with sensitive or damaged skin. May be sensitizing. Do not use on children under 2 years of age. No known toxicity. Use diluted. Avoid during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of children. Not for internal use. Keep away from eyes and mucas membranes. Do not apply directly to the skin. Store in a cool dark place.