Explore Your Essential Oils: Neroli - Everyday Essentials

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Explore Your Essential Oils: Neroli

 

Plant Therapy Essential Oil Neroli

Neroli didn’t start off as one of my favorites, but it’s has found it’s way into my “must have” collection. Neroli is a rather versatile oil and simply amazing when inhaled to boost mood and uplift the spirit. It can be used in skin care and even in room sprays or bath products. Let’s take a look:

Plant Therapy Essential Oil Neroli Product Information

 

Are you looking for ways to incorporate Neroli into your routine?

  1. Use 6 drops Neroli, 4 drops Sweet Orange and 3-4 drops Vanilla on a cotton wick for use in a personal inhaler. Use this during stressful moments or when you need a calming influence.
  2. Create a beautiful linen spray by adding 4 drops Neroli, 4 drops Lavender, 1 drops Patchouli and 1 drop Ylang Ylang to 2 ounces of water. Shake well each time, then mist linens before bed for a wonderfully relaxing nights sleep. *not for use with children under age 10
  3. To 1 ounce of carrier or unscented lotion add, 1 drop Neroli with 3-4 drops of Tea Tree oil to soothe acne prone skin. Use nightly after cleansing the face.

 

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10 thoughts on “Explore Your Essential Oils: Neroli”

  1. Hi, can someone tell me how this compares to Petitgrain? Is it bitter like Petitgrain or is it sweeter like orange? To me, Petitgrain smells like bitter dirt. I’d love to order this, but if it is similar in smell to Petitgrain I don’t want to spend the money for it.

    1. Neroli has a much sweeter and floral aroma than Petitgrain. They’re steam distilled from different parts of the plant, so they are quite distinct. Also, Neroli happens to be a personal favorite of mine because it’s so pleasant.

  2. I’ve seen suggestions stating that a little goes a long way. For skin care, is it better to buy it in a blend or as a single?

    1. Kenzi, it’s hard to say what method is better as we all have different skin care needs. However, many people find it more cost-effective to use Neroli in a blend, since it is a rather pricey oil.

  3. Neroli is a pretty good antidepressant I should say. Whenever I get moody I just go for a nap with a few drops of Neroli on my pillow. 10 minutes is all it take to wake up calm and fresh.

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