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Uses of Mandarin Oil

Traditionally offered as a token respect in ancient China, mandarin and its associated oil can be used in a range of treatment for many conditions.

A Sweet and Gentle Beauty Oil

Mandarin’s astringent actions is beneficial an oily, congested skin. It tones loose skin and can be used to heal scars and damaged tissue.

Cleanse Oily Skin – Use the following facial message blend to ease oily skin :

  • 4 drops mandarin oil
  • 4 drops cypress oil
  • 3 drops juniper oil
  • 20ml jojoba carrier oil

The mandarin and juniper will help tone congested skin and the cypress helps balance sebum production.

Heal Scars and Stretch Marks – The following blend promotes cellular regeneration and the wheat gram base oil nourishes new tissues.

  • 2 drops mandarin oil
  • 2 drops lavender oil
  • 2 drops neroli oil
  • 5ml wheat gram carrier oil

Mandarin gel or massage oil can also help to firm skin after weight loss, especially if mixed with frankincense oil and rubbed into the buttocks.

Reference : https://i.pinimg.com/600x/d3/f6/95/d3f695375d2a8b22423acfa542729e5c.jpg

2 Comments Add yours

  1. I will be trying this out! Thank you!

    Liked by 2 people

    1. GS says:

      Mandarin Essential Oil is a wonderful medicinal essential oil which is very popular in skincare due to its antiseptic and calming properties. Mandarin Essential Oil can be applied to scaring, skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis, and stretch marks.

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