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When life gives you... Over 1,200 lemons that are still green, then you can make 1lb of this genuine lemon essential oil!
Warning! Please Read! This is the real thing, the best and most essential of essential oils, extracted from the rinds of pure lemons before they oxidize or ripen yellow. It is not lemon flavoring or lemon juice or diluted in any way. This is the special aromatherapy substance that goes far beyond any lemon “scented” oil and is intended for inhalation via aromatherapy or as the most powerful ingredient in lotions and massage oils.
It is easy to make an oil that smells strongly of lemons; it’s not so easy to capture the real essential oil!
At deSensua we rely heavily upon our reputation for supplying only the best, so you can rest assured this lemon oil has long proven itself effective, consistent and of great value.
We should also add that our oils are tested for composition purity, then backed by our 90 day money back satisfaction guarantee, because we’re sure you’ll adore this essential oil.
Common uses include uplifting your mood in a way that very few aromas can match, but did you know it’s astringent properties are great for oily or troubled skin? Even better, real lemon oil is a powerful antiseptic, creating a win-win combination when added to lotions such as cleansers, or added to massage oil for blemished-prone backs and shoulders. However, perhaps the greatest secret of lemon’s oil is that it’s an...
Antioxidant? Yes! A massage or even via aromatherapy brings this potent benefit directly into your bloodstream, where the (ultra tiny!) molecules penetrate cell walls, slowing or even stopping the relentless oxidization attack we call “aging”!
For some fresh zing in your outlook AND your inner health, you should trust deSensua lemon essential oil!
How To Use: Despite the potent scent, don’t be shy when adding to natural lotions, massage oil, bath water or cleansers to get the full benefits. For aromatherapy very little is needed, in fact a single drop is enough in a small space! Lemon goes well with lavender, rose, sandalwood, eucalyptus, and adds immediacy to ylang ylang.
Add deSensua Lemon to your shopping cart and private collection right now, because your clients, and you, deserve the best of the zest!
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If for any reason you aren’t head over heels in love with your essential oil, receive a full refund within 90 days of purchase.
deSensua Essential oils make wonderful gifts. Each bottle of oil has been beautifully packaged in its own velvet pouch. Go ahead and spoil someone special… or better yet, spoil yourself.
Size: 15 mL
Country of Origin: Italy
Botanical Name:Citrus limon
Safety Warnings: deSensua Lemon Essential Oil is of truly luxurious, professional purity, obtained entirely from the lemon (Citrus limon) fruit, meaning it is highly concentrated. Considered non-toxic but can create skin irritation if used without dilution. Avoid contact with eyes, mouth or mucous membranes. True lemon oil is sensitive to ultra-violet light and can become toxic and sensitizing, to avoid this we recommend a maximum dilution of 2% for topical applications. Keep out of the reach of children. These safety warnings are not exhaustive.
Disclaimer: The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration). Our products are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. If a condition persists, please contact your physician or health care provider. The information provided by this website or this company is not a substitute for a face-to-face consultation with a health care provider, and should not be construed as individual medical advice. The testimonials on this website are from individuals and do not guarantee or imply the same results.
Reference: Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology, July 2008, Volume 44, Issue 4, pp 438-442, Antioxidant properties of essential oils from lemon, grapefruit, coriander, clove, and their mixtures, T. A. Misharina, A. L. Samusenko