Essential oils are super concentrated oils made from plants. Some are made from the bark, some from leaves, some from roots, others from flowers, and some are even from the skin of fruits. All of Ollie's oils are 100% pure, brought straight from farmers and distillers to you.
Lemon Oil is known for its anti bacterial, anti ageing, antioxidant, antiseptic, digestive, anti fungal, anti microbial, disinfectant and anti allergenic properties. Use it to treat zits and acne scars. It is one of the food-grade essential oils that you can add to food. It is said to aid in digestion and improve your immunity.
- Start your day by drinking a glass of warm water with a drop of Lemon Oil for immunity boost and detox
- Add a few drops of Lemon Oil to your facewash, facepack or skin cream to nourish skin
- Lemon Oil is a powerful cleaning agent; add a few drops to your laundry detergent or make your own household/glass cleaning spray
- Used to make your own natural teeth whitener or nail polish remover
- Lemon Oil has anti inflammatory properties that helps fight respiratory conditions; dilute in Coconut Oil and apply on the neck and chest to get relief from a cough or phlegm
- Inhale Lemon Oil from the bottle or apply a few drops to a handkerchief to ease nausea
- Recommended diffuser blend - 3 drops of Lemon Oil, 2 drops of Himalayan Lavender Oil, 1 drop of Mysore Sandalwood Oil
- If you are using Lemon Oil on your skin, please make sure to dilute it well with a carrier oil
- Lemon Oil is phototoxic; avoid direct exposure to sunlight for around 12 hours after applying on your skin.
- Although Ollie's Lemon Oil is edible, consume it sparingly; it takes many many lemons to make each bottle of lemon oil, so each drop is highly concentrated
How is this product sustainable?
- Essential oils used are sourced directly from farms, enabling micro farmers to thrive financially
- No middle layers between the farmers and Ollie means reduced carbon footprint from shipping and packaging
- Sourced from farm that does not employ harmful chemicals in their cultivation and production of oils