Sylvester Pine Essential Oil - Pinus Sylvestris (10ml)
Pine essential oil can be used in a number of different ways, including inhalation and topical variations.
- Diffusing is one of the most popular ways to use essential oils. You can make a quick, safe room scent by putting a few drops of pine essential oil into a diffuser filled with water. Once the device is turned on, the diffuser then releases cool steam.
- Inhale it. If you don’t have a diffuser on hand, you may still reap the aromatic benefits of pine essential oil through inhalation. Simply pour a couple of drops on a tissue, and hold the tissue in front of your face while you inhale deeply through your nose. You can also try holding the bottle of essential oil underneath your nose.
- Apply it topically. Pine essential oil may be used topically, either through direct application or via a massage. It’s important to dilute pine essential oil with a carrier oil before applying directly to your skin. Add a tablespoon of almond, jojoba, or coconut oil to a few drops of pine essential oil. You can also use this combination for a patch test 24 hours beforehand to make sure you’re not sensitive to pine.
- Add some to your bath. Essential oils can also be used in the bath. Add several drops of the essential oil to warm running water. Watch for slippery surfaces as you get in and out of the tub.
All essential oils are very strong and should be avoided by pregnant women and children under 5 years, while people with heart disease and hypertension should use them with caution and medical advice. Do not expose yourself to the sun when you have used an essential oil of citrus fruits such as (Lemon, Orange, etc.) for 5 hours because it creates skin irritations and photosensitivity.
Store in a dry and dark place.