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ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL
A thin, yellowish orange to golden brown liquid.
Strength of Aroma: A middle note with a medium aroma, Orange Essential Oil has a sweet, citrus smell like the orange peels from which it is derived, but more intense and concentrated.
Blends With: Lavender, Bergamot, Lemon, Clary Sage, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Nutmeg, Cinnamon Bark and Clove Bud.
Cold pressed from fruit peel.
This term shall be used to describe products that contain NO ingredients, additives or processing aides derived from commodities that have commercially grown GMO varieties in the supply chain (i.e. contains no soybean, corn, cotton, canola, squash, papaya, potato or tomato).
Storage & Shelf Life:
Keep in dark place. Avoid light and heat. Shelf life 1-3 years.
Warm, fresh citrus scent, radiant, fruity and tangy, orange essential oil smells just like fresh orange peel, with a much stronger aroma.
Orange essential oil is popular in household cleaning products as it aids in cleaning and smells very clean. Always be careful on plastic and synthetic surfaces as it may affect them negatively. Orange essential oil can be added to dish washing liquids. As with other citrus essential oils just a few drops in water when washing dishes or other household cleaning will really brighten your work.
Orange essential oil has a fresh orange peel scent. Using 9 drops or less to an unscented body care product per 1 oz will enhance your experience.
This oil is known to be a tonic and antiseptic as well.
Orange oil can be used as a skin moisturizer. Simply mix a few drops of essential oil with your favorite moisturizer or coconut oil and evenly rub on the body.
Dilute well before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided.
Orange is derived from an evergreen tree. It is smaller than the bitter orange tree, and less hardy with fewer or no spines. The fruit itself has a sweet pulp with no bitter membrane. It is believed that sweet orange was brought to Europe by the Arabs in the First century along with the bitter orange.