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Laurel Berry Oil
Botanical Name: Laurus nobilis
Type of Oil: Essential Oil
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Laurus nobilis is a shrub that is native to the Mediterranean, particularly Greece and Turkey. It is known throughout history for its aromatic and nutritive leaves and berries. In Greek culture, Bay Laurel is used to creating beautiful, aromatic wreaths that represent and symbolize success, strength, and victory.
It is also known as Laurel berry oil is extracted from the berries of Bay Laurel and belongs to the Lauraceae family. It is commonly known as Bay Laurel, sweet bay, laurel tree, or simply laurel.
It has strong antibacterial properties and hence is used in a variety of cosmetics and formulations. It has a spicy aroma
It is a cleansing, protective oil which is gentle on the skin. For centuries, Laurel Berry Oil has been most widely used to produce traditional Aleppo soap, a very gentle yet highly cleansing soap.
Treats Skin issues: It is very soothing and is known for its ability to moisturize and support severely dry, flaky skin, sensitive skin conditions, and other problematic skin issues.
Soothes irritated scalp: Laurel Berry oil is also remarkably helpful in soothing dry, irritated scalp conditions and for moisturizing dry, brittle hair.
Softens skin: The oil has the capability to nourish and soften skin and is widely used for wrinkles
Anti-aging: Laurel berry oil has excellent anti-aging properties and thereby helps deal with aging problems like wrinkles, fine lines, dull spots, and sagging skin.
Nourishes Dry hair: It helps soften dry, brittle, frizzy hair and scalp. It is known to deeply nourish hair follicles thereby strengthening hair and promotes strong, fluffy, voluminous, and thick hair.
Relief from muscle pain: Laurel berry oil is a natural muscle relaxant that provides comfort for rheumatism, sore joints, and muscle pains when used as a massage oil.
Caution: Avoid during pregnancy and with sensitive skin. It can cause possible sensitization in some individuals, so use in very low concentration only. It is important to note that all Essential Oils are extremely concentrated in nature and if to be applied to the skin or body, should always be diluted up to a maximum dosage of 4% in a suitable carrier oil.