Lime, distilled: Refreshing, crisp, and sweeter than lemon, the possibilities are endless for our lime essential oil. Great for bath bombs, body sprites, scrubs, and aromatherapy. We loving using Lime essential oil to make our own natural household cleaning products- it is a wonderful degreaser in addition to making your home smell fresh and clean! There's no need to waste away in Margaritaville, now that you can purchase a little of it for yourself! Try blending with lemon, lavender, and rosemary.
Warning: Lime EO is a photosensitizer. If you use it on your skin, be careful if going into direct sunlight. For this reason, we do not recommend it in lip products.
Distillation Method: Steam Distilled Country of Origin:Mexico Botanical name: Citrus Aurantifolia Part: Fruit
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (114ºF) 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.
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I regularly purchase a cold-pressed key lime oil from another supplier for soaps, but I wanted a lime oil for sugar scrubs, which are a leave-on product. Despite what the product description says, distilled citrus oils are not phototoxic (cold pressed are, however). The scent tends toward lemon-lime soda which is a bit different than I am used to, but not disappointing.
This Lime EO is wonderful in CP soaps! I've made a CP soap with Lime and several other EOs, also goat milk and pureed cucumbers and it is fantastic and scent sticks very well!
This lime EO is fantastic. It makes a lovely scent, in combination with ginger. I found it to fade pretty quickly but such is life with a citrus. Mixing it with lime FO helped keep the scent a little longer.
I like using this with lemon and lemongrass EOs in my bath fizzies and bath melts. It smells so good! I've also tried it in CP soap but it faded quite a bit. I could still smell it but it was faint.
Use this essential oil with those of Patchouli and Litsea to make a wonderful Patchouli-Lime fragrance reminiscent of the 60's and 70's.
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