Myrtle Oil is obtained from the perennial plant widely found in the Mediterranean region. It is obtained from the leaves mainly. It is an oil with low viscosity and pale yellow in colour that can be made into a transparent liquid by proper processing. It has many uses that extend from external usage in skin friendly creams to culinary purposes. It is rich in minerals and vitamins that are extremely good for certain medicinal purposes.
· Myrtle Oil is widely used in cold creams. It has the property of soothing the skin and rejuvenating it by repairing the cracks that might have developed out of rough external weather as well as dry climate.
· It has culinary benefits as well. It has a typical aroma that makes it add flavour to the Mediterranean dishes that are so widely popular across the globe.
· The oil has typical UVF property because of which it is often used in skin protective lotions.
· The aroma can be used for release of stress in aromatherapy.
Constituents – The oil is rich in a-pinene, limonene, alpha-terpineol, linalool, linalyl acetate and p-cymene.
Blends with – The oil is often blended with rose, sandalwood and lemon oil for external usage in cold creams. These are good for the skin. It is also blended with oils that are edible like lemongrass, grapeseed and honeysuckle oils for enjoying the beneficial medicinal properties as well as adding to the flavour of various dishes coming out of the Mediterranean region.
|Product Code||SVA - 162|
|Botanical Name||Myrtus Communis|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Pale Amber Liquid & Fresh Camphor Floral Herbal Odor.|
|Country of Origin||Tunisia|
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