Elevate your senses with Cedarwood Essential Oil. Experience the warm and woody aroma, along with its natural benefits for relaxation and wellness.

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Cedarwood Essential Oil

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Cedarwood essential oil is extracted from cedarwood trees and is prized for its warm, woody aroma. It's renowned for its calming and grounding properties, making it a popular choice in aromatherapy for reducing stress and promoting relaxation. Cedarwood oil has antiseptic qualities, benefiting skin health and acne control. It's also used for hair care, promoting hair growth and reducing dandruff. This versatile oil offers a soothing scent and potential therapeutic benefits for both mind and body.

Ingredient(s): Cedrus Deodara Wood Oil

Precautions & Concerns: This product is NOT for internal consumption. Always do a patch test before application. Consult a registered physician in case of reaction or allergy.

  • For Aromatherapy


    • Add a few drops to a diffuser for a refreshing aroma and to promote alertness.


    • Inhale directly from the bottle or add a few drops to hot water and inhale the steam.
  • For Topical Application

    As a Massage Oil:

    • Dilute with a carrier oil and apply to the skin for massage.

    For Insect repellant:

    • It is often used as a natural insect repellent and can help keep mosquitoes and other bugs away.

    ** Remember to follow proper dilution guidelines and consult a healthcare professional for specific uses.

  • Q: What are the benefits of Cedarwood essential oil?

    A: Cedarwood essential oil has calming properties, promotes relaxation, supports healthy skin, and can help repel insects.

  • Q: How can I use Cedarwood essential oil?

    A: You can diffuse it to create a relaxing atmosphere, apply topically for skin benefits, or use it in DIY recipes for hair care and household cleaning.

  • Q: Is Cedarwood essential oil safe to use?

    A: Yes, Cedarwood essential oil is generally safe for topical and aromatic use. However, it's important to dilute it properly and perform a patch test before use.

  • Q: Can Cedarwood essential oil help with sleep?

    A: Yes, Cedarwood essential oil is known for its calming properties and can promote a restful night's sleep when diffused or applied topically.

  • Q: Does Cedarwood essential oil have any insect-repellent properties?

    A: Yes, Cedarwood essential oil is often used as a natural insect repellent and can help keep mosquitoes and other bugs away.

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I just HAVE to review this... it's that good

So I usually by the Giles cedar oil from Amazon but it was super pricey this time around and I looked for alternatives. Even though I was really happy with the Giles brand and did find it at a decent price online out side Amazon, I decided to try Puroleo on a whim. And oh, EM gee, I am so glad I did. When I first opened the bottle and sniffed it I felt disappointed because it was so much "lighter" than the Giles. I thought it would be wimpy. Nothing could be further from the truth. Once I rubbed just a drop between my fingers, I realized that what I thought was "lightness" was actually rich, deep complexity. True, this does play lighter, but because it's not "heavy handed" like the Giles. It is like a bouquet on a fine wine. Woodsy cedar like when you crush a cedar needle, and somehow, lots of floral character as well. I immediately started dribbling it all over the house. I think it will have good staying power. For example, I have a summer porch, glassed in, with rough stone and packed gravel floor (like you'd find in an outdoor patio or pathway). Well, the dogs seem to be confused, they think it IS outdoors, and for a while, despite all my training, they would relieve themselves there on the way to the actual patio door to the outside (Grrrr). Since it's also a damp and cold area, it really retained that odor. In desperation, I drizzled cedar oil into the big rocks and some of the gravel, and I must say it is MUCH more pleasant there. I also have been pouring enzyme deodorizer Nature's Miracle, etc down there all the time but it just doesn't penetrate deep enough I guess, so I needed something to mask the residual odor, since I often hang out there staying out of the wind, while the dogs go out and do their thing. The Puroleo cedar oil worked really well for that, and every time I walk out there, I actually inhale deeply because it feels like I'm entering a cedar forest. I guess the rocks are a good diffuser of the oil. Anyway, I am entranced by this oil, and am saving up to buy the gallon jug!!!! Then I will turn my entire home into a cedar palace! Growing up, we had a cottage in the mountains, and a rough guesthouse built long ago, made entirely out of raw cedar and plaster lathe (like, lots of exposed wood). I still remember the feeling and fragrance of that house, to this day, and I'm 54. This is that. This... smells like that. (SNL reference haha). But actually, it smells better. Like I said, it has some complex lingering spice/floral notes to it, alongside the lovely, lingering bright cedar. I am so in love that I put it in my hair, on my clothes and lightly as a perfume. BUY THIS!!!

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