Lemon Essential Oil: Our Lemon essential oil smells like a fresh sliced lemon without that cleaning product note that so many lemon oils have. Lemon is thought to help with concentration and to reduce cellulite when used in body oils and scrubs. This highly astringent oil helps oily skin and hair and is often added to facial cleansers and hair tonics. As with most cold pressed citrus oils the lemon scent does not stick well in CP soap.
Warning: Strong Photo Sensitizer - should not be used in lip balms.
Distillation Method: Cold Pressed Country of Origin:USA Part: Outer peel Botanical name: Citrus Limon Edible: Yes
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (118º F) will ship Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot ship outside the lower 48 U.S. states or USPS.
Photo attribution - ©Can Stock Photo
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Lia! I'm so glad you love our Lemon Essential Oil! Though we do not recommend ingesting any of our products. While some of our products are technically food (oils, salts, butters, etc...), they are stored in a warehouse that is not considered 'food-safe' by the FDA. Also, our employees are not required to follow food-safe standards.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Cindy, thanks for your feedback regarding this fragrance. In general, we recommend .5 ounces fragrance oil per pound of melt and pour base, but if this was not strong enough you can add a little more to suit your preference. If you are interested in another lemon scent all together, I would recommend the
Sweet Meyer Lemon Fragrance Oil,or the Lemon Verbena Yankee Type Fragrance Oil.
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