Neroli Essential Oil


Origin: India

Botanical Name: Santalum album
Process: Steam Distilled Essential Oil
Plant Part: Heartwood
Cultivation: Cultivated, Ethically Harvested
Use: Aromatherapy / Natural Perfumery
Note: Base Note, Excellent Fixative
Aroma: Rich, woody, sweet, and smooth, reminiscent of Sandalwood of the past from the Mysore region of India.
Contraindications: Dilute before using.

Price: $11.00

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The deeply aromatic Neroli Essential oil has been used for both therapeutic and aesthetic purposes for centuries.

Neroli Essential Oil (Egypt)

Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium
Origin: Egypt
Process: Steam Distilled Essential Oil
Plant Part: Bloom
Cultivation: Cultivated
Use: Aromatherapy, Relaxation, Natural Perfumery
Aroma: Rich, sweet white floral
Contraindications: Dilute prior to use


The Neroli essential oil can be traced back to ancient Egypt. It is believed to have been used for beauty purposes by the Egyptian princess. Extracted from the Bitter Orange Tree Bloom, the oil is rich in bitter orange scent. The Neroli oil is used for many purposes including skin care, relation, and pain relief.

Neroli essential oil was first introduced to the fashion scene in the 17th century by Princes Noela of Bracciano. She used the oil for bathing with the aim of adding the sweet scent to her gloves and maintaining a spotless skin. The oil has since been referred to as Neroli- named after princes Noela. The oil is currently used as an ingredient in most personal perfumes and skin care products.


The Neroli oil has plenty of health and beauty benefits. Since the ancient times, the oil has been used for beauty purposes. It is rich in sweet white floral with undertones of citrus and some finish. The scent of this oil is what makes it stand out as a beauty product. Besides the scent, the Neroli essential oil is also an effective balancing oil for dry and irritated skins. The oil is used to keep the skin moisturized, reduce inflammation, and keep the skin healthy by supplying vitamins. The Neroli essential oil is also very effective in providing relaxation. It can be used to relax after a tiring day or by pregnant women. It also helps relieve stress and anxiety due to its nerve calming ability.

How To Use

Like most essential oils, the Neroli should be used in small amounts. The oil is also applied externally and should not be ingested for any reason. There are three primary ways of applying Neroli oil. The oil is applied through hot baths and diffusion for relaxation or directly for skin care. Just add a few drops of the oil to your bathtub and soak your body in the water for about 30 minutes. You can also diffuse the oil in your room and lock yourself up to enjoy its relaxing benefit. This is also an effective way for those seeking to get rid of nervousness. Lastly, the oil can be rubbed on the skin directly. However, it has to be applied in small amounts. Mix a few drops of the oil with your face treatment and apply it to your face. This will help you reap the skin care benefits of the oil.


Do not use the Neroli essential oil before diluting. Use a good essential base oil such as olive or coconut for dilution if you are going to apply to the skin directly. It is also necessary to perform a patch test for individuals with sensitive skin.


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