C.O. Bigelow Essential Oil - GrapefruitBuy C.O. Bigelow Perfume Essential Oils - These are high quality, steam distilled pure extracts of plants, sourced from all over the world. They are not oily in nature, but volatile, having a great ability to diffuse and evaporate in to the surrounding air. It is the true connoisseur of beauty products that finds infinite uses from Essential Oils and will always incorporate them into their routines and into their homes. The more one becomes familiar with the oils, the more indispensable they ...
100 Percent Pure Essential Oil - Grapefruit, 0.5 fl oz - Natures Alchemy are 100 % natural essential oils are meticulously extracted from plants by cold pressing or steam distillation. Natures Alchemy high-quality botanical oils are perfect for aromatherapy, baths, room fragrancing, personal fragrance, potpourri, massage oil fragrancing or anywhere you would like to have a wonderful fragrance. Natures Alchemy has an extensive selection of fragrances to please and rejuvinate your senses. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. SpecificationsSize: 0.5 fl oz Flavour: Grapefruit Weight: 0.13 SpecificationsSize: 16 x 20 Team Name: New York Yankees Weight: 1
FeaturesGrapefruit White Essential Oil Consistency - Thin Perfumery Note - Medium to Top Blends well with - Grapefruit white blends well with other members of the citrus family, Rosemary, Cypress, Lavender Spike, Geranium, Cardamom, and generally most spice oils. 100% Pure Essential Oil 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Capacity - 15 ml. Aromatic DescriptionGrapefruit white essential oil has a fresh, slightly bitter citrus scent that is very characteristic of the fruit. Aromatherapy PropertiesGrapefruit White essential oil is believed by aromatherapists to be a spiritual up-lifter, and to ease muscle fatigue and stiffness. It is also a purifier of congested, oily and acne prone skin. Grapefruit oil is also sometimes added to creams and lotions as a natural toner, and in some circles it is believed to promote hair growth though there is not any medical documentation verifying this. HistoryThe fruit has only become popular from the late 19th century; before that it was only grown as an ornamental plant. The US quickly became a major producer of the fruit, with planting in Florida, Texas, Arizona, and California. In Spanish, the fruit is known as toronja or pomelo.