Manuka Essential Oil
- Specification Documents
Manuka oil is a member of the Myrtaceae family. This oil has a woodsy, cedar-like smell that is much warmer than Tea tree. It is classed as a top-middle note and blends well with camphoraceous, citrus, earthy, floral, herby, minty, spicy and woodsy oils.
Manuka is added to personal care products to inhibit the growth of germs and fungal infections. It is often used in shampoos and facial cleansers to decrease oil on your skin and scalp, and brighten a dry or dull complexion.
Essential oils can be applied topically once diluted with a carrier oil. They are widely used in cosmetic goods and handmade crafts.
This information provided is for educational purposes only Botanical Name Leptospermum Scoparium Origin New Zealand Family Myrtaceae Plant Part Leaves and seeds Extraction Steam Distillation Note Top-Middle Colour Clear with a Light yellow tone Consistency Medium Scent Manuka essential oil has a woodsy, cedar like smell that is much warmer than Tea tree. Blends With Camphoraceous, citrus, earthy, herby, floral, minty, spicy and woodsy oils. Group Woodsy
Never use pure oils on the skin without diluting, never use internally, keep away from children and eyes, always check if there are any medical issues which could cause a problem. Seek help if you have any doubts.