Coconut Essential Oil – How To Use It For Fragrance Or Other Applications

coconut essential oil

The wonderful benefits of using coconut oil cannot be denied. It has a long history of being used in healing methods from the east to the west. This oil has a mild but noticeable smell, which is said to come from the nut of the coconut tree. A very pleasant effect is that this Coconut Essential Oil contains a stronger coconut aroma then its counterpart, virgin coconut oil. This means that this is wonderful not only for medical uses but as a scent in natural fragrances and even as an element in cooking.

Know About Functional Oil

Coconut oil

This particular type of Coconut is often called a “functional” oil, which means it has both therapeutic and soothing properties. It’s most popular by far for its ability to act as a carrier oil with all of its healing and rejuvenating properties working inside the body. It works well in massage therapy when it’s added with carrier oils and other fractionated coconut oil products. A lot of people have been using this to help with skin problems like acne and eczema, as well as for respiratory issues like colds, chest congestion and bronchitis.

Some of the best all-natural essential oils that can be used with DIY recipes are: Citrus aurantium (also known as citrus aurantium or the orange blossom) – this lovely smelling oil helps with stress, promotes sleep and is a natural sedative. It’s excellent for balancing anxiety and tension, helping to calm the body, sooth the nerves and calm the nerves. It can be found in: Tangerine oil, Orange flower oil, Lavender oil, Neroli oil, Bitter melon (also known as the bitter melon) – this wonderful smelling oil is also a natural aphrodisiac and is great for balancing out stress, helping the body relax.

There are some coconut essential oils that can be used in aromatherapy or massaged into your skin with the help of a good quality foot cream or lotion. For example, Citrus aurantium works exceptionally well with fractionated coconut oil, because it promotes skin health by penetrating deeply into the epidermis to promote healthy circulation. In addition to being incredibly effective in combating skin inflammation, it also promotes a healthy sense of smell, is excellent for fighting bacterial infections, has strong antibacterial properties and helps to reduce dryness in the feet. You can find this oil in: Tangerine oil, Orange flower oil, Lavender oil, Neroli oil, Bitter Melon, and a variety of other extracts.

If you don’t want to use fractionated coconut oil, you still have options. You can find pure virgin coconut oil that comes straight from the coconut without any processing. This is really the best choice if you’re not going to get any of the benefits that the fractionated products offer. Virgin coconut essential oil has excellent antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. You can find this coconut essential oil in: Tangerine oil, Orange flower oil, Lavender oil, Neroli oil, Bitter Melon, and various other extracts.

Summing Up

Coconut oil

As previously stated, one of the benefits of using these types of carrier oils is their ability to maintain essential oils’ full body strength, even when used at room temperature. This makes them excellent choices for perfumes, body splashes, lotions, shampoos, conditioners and other cosmetics. However, not all essential oils produced using this method are suitable for use as fragrance ingredients, and not all products will work well with coconut essential oil. For example, the fragrance produced using Neroli oil, which is one of the most commonly used oils for aromatherapy purposes, may be too strong for some hair care products. The same thing goes for essential oils produced from the leaves of the coconut, such as coconut oil, and those containing shea butter.

Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter
Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter