Feature Friday: Cinnamon - Everyday Essentials

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Feature Friday: Cinnamon

Feature Friday Cinnamon

Cinnamon Leaf is a favorite scent for many people.

It brings to mind winter, the holidays, baking in the kitchen – such wonderful memories! Cinnamon leaf is less harsh than cinnamon bark and can be used on the skin. However, caution must be used and it should be diluted to no more than 0.6% for use on the skin. Diffusing this oil, while wonderful, should also be used with caution, especially around younger children. Let’s look at the profile and different ways you may be able to use Cinnamon Leaf in your essential oil collection.Cinnamon Leaf Product Information

  • Add a few drops of Cinnamon Leaf to a dish of pines cones or potpourri to scent a small room (like your guest bathroom) during the holidays! *Use caution with small children, please.
  • Use 2 drops Cinnamon Leaf, 4 drops Vanilla and 2 drops Orange in your diffuser for a lovely autumn scent!
  • Using cinnamon leaf in DIY Salve and use on chronic aches and pains. Be sure to keep the dilution below 0.6% to ensure safety for your skin!

If you have questions, concerns or comments please get in touch with us by emailing us at [email protected]. We are happy to help in any way we can! You can also join us on Facebook Safe Essential Oil Recipes. We share ideas, ask questions and keep a file of recipes for your reference!

5 thoughts on “Feature Friday: Cinnamon”

    1. Cinnamon is one of the strongest essential oils out there and is one of the warming oils. It can be a mucous membrane irritant as well as a skin irritant. Even for use with adults, we recommend caution when using.

  1. Fact sheet is off… Cinnamon leaf is from the leaf of the tree cinnamon bark is from the bark. It’s an important distinction.

  2. This is helpful information because I was having a challenging time trying to figure out which one would be best to use in topical blends.

  3. How different is Cinnamon Bark oil? Would the recommendations be similar? Would cinnamon bark be Safe to diffuse with clove? I have no little children, but I tend to be sensitive & also have an elderly German Shepherd. Thank you!

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