Characteristics of Lemon Oil
Numerous studies have shown that lemon oil is the most powerful antimicrobial agent. Lemon essential oil is widely used in the complex treatment of infectious oral diseases and very often as a natural remedy for bad breath. The simplest inhalation of lemon essential oil, in no matter what form it will be used (aroma lamp, added to hot water, hot or cold inhaler), improves digestion and speeds up metabolism.
It is the strongest remedy for vegetative dystonia and circulatory disorders. It not only helps to restore normal activity of the circulatory system, but also eliminates nausea, headaches and dizziness. Antibacterial, antiviral, immune-strengthening and healing effects help to cope with bleeding gums, cracks and cuts, boils, eczema and warts. Eliminates the effects of caffeine or alcohol overdose.
Lemon Oil for Aromatherapy
The bitter, deliciously fresh and sweet-citrus scent of lemon oil immediately evokes associations with sunny southern countries, with the unique freshness of young greenery. The bright, bitter, but invigorating scent of lemon encourages creativity and vigorous activity. Lemon oil restores a positive attitude, helps to get out of stress and depressive conditions, increases concentration and restores mental strength.
Lemon Oil for Skin Care
Lemon oil is ideal for oily and problem skin. It is widely used in many types of cosmetic products for the care of oily and problem skin. It has an excellent antiseptic, whitening, and cleansing effect and shrinks pores. When a few drops of lemon essential oil is added to water, it can be used as a cleansing and toning toner for oily and problem skin.
Other Uses for Lemon Oil
Lemon oil diluted with water can be used as a teeth whitener. Recommended as a natural linen freshener. Lemon oil is widely used in the manufacture of many cellulite treatments.
Lemon Oil for Massage
Lemon oil gives a noticeable result when added to massage oil for an anti-cellulite massage.