Are you looking for that one oil that will keep you sane amidst the chaos of everyday life, all while looking fabulous? With its beauty-enhancing and calming properties, Geranium essential oil should be part of a woman's EDC. Along with pepper spray and your favourite red lipstick, of course!
Historically, the upper class of the early Egyptians used Geranium for maintaining beautifully radiant and youthful skin. Today, it is well-loved by women for its woman-centric health benefits. Geranium can lend a sweet, floral scent when added to your favourite personal care products.
Evoking spiritual feelings and a sense of peace, diffuse Geranium during your meditation practice to elevate your experience to a whole new level! You can also add it on to your bath to help you wind down at the end of the day.
Blends Well With: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Cedarwood, Basil, Rosemary, Lime, Grapefruit, Wild Orange, Angelica, Carrot seed, Citronella, Jasmine, and Neroli oil.
Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) oil
Young Living sets the standard for essential oil purity and authenticity through their unique Seed to Seal process. Rigorous controls ensure that the essential oil single or blend you receive is exactly the way nature intended it.
Add 2-4 drops of essential oil per 100ml of water to your diffuser. Some oils may require 4-8 drops to be added.
Add 3-10 drops of essential oil to a personal inhaler to inhale as needed.
Essential oils should always be diluted before applying to the skin. Blend essential oil with coconut oil, almond oil or any other suitable carrier oil for massage.
Essential oils are natural, but they are also concentrated. We recommend following basic safety precautions when using your oils:
Essential oils should not be ingested, unless it is under the guidance of a suitably qualified practitioner.
Do not use oils undiluted on the skin, unless the instructions permit otherwise. Many oils can cause irritation when placed directly on skin, particularly on sensitive areas such as the eyes or mouth. Some oils (particularly those in the citrus family) can cause photosensitivity if used prior to going out in the sun - please check instructions carefully.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using essential oils. As a general guideline, oils should be avoided for the first four months of pregnancy and never used undiluted. Some oils should be avoided during pregnancy: Bay, Basil, Cedar wood, Clary Sage, Comfrey, Cypress, Fennel, Ginger, Hyssop, Jasmine, Juniper, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Melissa, Myrrh, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary, Sage & Thyme.
Children can be particularly affected by essential oils. Some oils should not be used in children under the age of 7, and specific dilution ratios are recommended depending on the essential oil and the age of the child. We recommend consulting an appropriate practitioner prior to using oils on children.