Cedarwood Atlas: This essential oil has the wonderfully sweet, earthy aroma of the cedarwood trees. It's said to have benefits in aromatherapy applications involving inflammatory conditions of the respiratory tract and scalp conditions. It's also suggested that Cedarwood Atlas is helpful for those with oily, acne-prone skin. Cedarwood Atlas blends well with a vast array of essential oils. It's commonly used in the perfume industry and is particularly fitting for male fragrances. It blends well with citrus essential oils like grapefruit, orange, or lemon; spicy essential oils like cinnamon or clove; and floral essential oils like jasmine or rose. It works great as a deep woodsy aroma in cold process soap or after shave.
Distillation method: Steam Distilled
Country of origin: Morrocco
Botanical name: Cedrus Atlantica
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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