Neroli Light blends well with floral oils - try mixing with Rose Geranium or Jasmin for example.
When diluted in one our extensive range of Carrier Oils it can help alleviate the symptoms of PMT and the menopause. This is due to its wonderful calming quality.
You may also find Neroli Light helpful with problems of emotional origin. Properties include: Bactericidal, fungicidal, deodorant, relaxing and aphrodisiac.
Neroli Light is recovered from water distillation and then sharpened up with other natural citrus distillates. This gives a very good approximation of Neroli Blossom Essential Oil but at a much lower price.
Citrus Floral scent
Bactericidal, fungicidal, deodorant, moisturising, stress relieving, rejuvenating, relaxing, aphrodisiac.
Named for the putative discoverer Anna Mariade la Treinoille, Princess of Nerole in Italy (1670). Pale yellow oil from the flowers of the bitter orange tree were used in bridal bouquets to calm nervousness.
DILUTE TO 5% OR LESS IN A CARRIER OIL BEFORE SKIN APPLICATION. KEEP OUT OF EYES. DO NOT SWALLOW. MAY CAUSE PHOTOSENSITIVITY - AVOID EXPOSURE TO SUN FOR 24 HOURS AFTER APPLICATION TO SKIN.
'Recent studies suggest that Neroli can help PMT. probably because of its calming, anti-stress action and I have found it a particularly good oil for depression in older, menopausal and post-menopausal women.' - an excerpt from Aromatherapy an A - Z by Patricia Davis.
'Stress - Add Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Vetivert Essential Oil and Neroli to baths. Add Lavender Essential Oil, Ylang Ylang, Vetivert and Neroli to a Fragrancer/Oil Burner. Inhale Vetivert and Neroli from a tissue.' - an excerpt from Aromatherapy Simply For You by Marion Del Gaudio Mak.
'Soothing frigidity, stretch marks (both the treatment and prevention of), postnatal depression, palpitation and poor circulation.' - an excerpt from Pregnancy Book by Jennie Supper.