What are essential oils?
Essential oils are organic plant extracts used to make variety of skincare, perfume and natural hair products. They contains rich supplements which have positive effects on the skin and hair.
Cedarwood essential oil is famed for its richness and wide range of application from aromatherapy to skincare. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties sets it aside as a useful cosmetic valuable as well as a medicinal extract. Whether you're looking for a natural oil to prevent acne or keep your hair from falling, the cedarwood essential oil does the job well. In this blog post, we'll share with you the amazing benefits of cedarwood essential oil that you can incorporate in your skincare and hair growth regimen for better results.
How to Use Them:
Essential Oils are not meant to be applied directly. We can either inhale them using diffuser or inhaler, or dilute them. You can dilute it with a Carrier Oil. Common carrier oils are often available in natural foods stores or stores that specialize in natural bath and body products. You can check our Organic Carrier Oil by clicking on this.
Below are the TOP 6 Benefits of Cedarwood Essential Oil:
1. Perfect for Aromatherapy Treatment
We tend to be exhausted almost every day after a tiring trip through the bustles of the city. When stress gets the better part of us, we can suffer mild or severe headaches. Cedarwood essential oil has a sweet woody fragrance and contains cedrol, a substance that has a soothing effect on the mood. To this effect, it can be used as an aromatherapy oil to relief pain, and to reduce stress and anxiety. Once inhaled, you enjoy the oil's soothing goodness. Also, it helps with occasional insomnia due to its sedative constituents.
We, at Mirah Belle, produced Men's Cedarwood-Amber Soap which packs aromathrapeutic qualities along with other beneficial features.
2. Protects and Moisturizes the Skin
Pollution in our environment is on an increase and this has a drastic effect on our skin. Cedarwood essential oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties which protects the skin from toxins and environmental pollutants which cause skin breakouts. It can be applied to remove blemishes, decrease inflammation and soothe irritation on the skin. Thanks to its moisturizing qualities, dry skin is quickly replenished with moisture to prevent cracking or blistering. You can find the same benefits in our Men's Absolute Must Face Cream.
3. Stimulates Healthy Hair Growth
Dandruff and excess oil in the scalp contributes to hair loss and causes unbearable itchiness. Cedarwood oil is one of the best organic essential oils for cleansing the scalp to rid it of dirt and dandruff. When the oil is massaged into the scalp, it enhances circulation, stimulates the hair follicles and promotes hair growth. Mirah Belle recognizes the need for a healthy hair growth and has this product just for you – the Mirah Belle Organic Anti Anti-Hairfall Oil.
4. Treats Itchy Scalp
When applied on the scalp, cedarwood oil reduces and soothes itchiness. It is a microbial agent that helps reduce scalp flakes and irritation by treating scalp enzema and dandruff. We have our Patchouli Evening Primrose Cedarwood Anti-Dandruff Oil which works best for removing flaking. It is known to cleanse and enhance circulation to the scalp, reduce thinning, and slow hair loss.
5. Repels Parasitic Insects
Fleas and ticks are harmful bloodsuckers no one wants to habour. This essential oil is beneficial for repelling these insects from people and pets. It drives parastic insects and adds rich supplements necessary for healthy a healthy skin and hair. Do not forget to dilute the oil if you are applying it on your pet as well. Also make sure to check with a veterinarian prior to using it on your cat, dog, or other animal.
6. Rich Additive for Beauty Products
Cedarwood oil can be added to a plethora of natural beauty products to enhance their richness. Many scrubs, lotions, shampoos and soaps have the oil as an active ingredient and it helps in removing acnes to give your skin a healthy and youthful glow. The healing, woodsy scent of cedarwood made it a popular ingredient in colognes and aftershaves also.