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Geographical & Botanical Breakdown of Thuja Oil
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- Arborvitae Essential Oil
- White Cedar Oil
Oil ProfileElevate your skincare routine and clear the mind with the fresh scent of Thuja Oil.
Thuja Oil Uses
Thuja Oil has benefits that extend beyond its pleasant aroma. Consider the following topical and aromatic applications you can incorporate into your beauty and wellness routine.
How to Use Thuja Oil
Natural Insect Repellent: Dilute a few drops of Thuja Oil in water and combine it in a spray bottle. Spray the solution onto your skin or clothing to potentially repel insects and enjoy your outdoor activities without interruptions.
Facial Toner: Mix a few drops of Thuja Oil with witch hazel or rose water for its potential antibacterial properties. Apply the toner to your face using a cotton pad to cleanse and refresh your skin.
Invigorating Body Scrub: Create a homemade body scrub by combining Thuja Oil with coarse sea salt or sugar, and a carrier oil like Almond or Coconut Oil. Gently exfoliate your skin with this revitalizing scrub, enjoying its fresh and uplifting scent.
Refreshing Room Spray: Blend Thuja Oil with citrus oils, such as Lemon or Orange, for an energizing aroma. Mix the oils with water in a spray bottle and spritz it around your living spaces to create a refreshing atmosphere.
Thuja Essential Oil Foot Soak Recipe
- 1 cup Epsom salt
- 1/4 cup baking soda
- 10-15 drops Thuja Oil
Combine the ingredients and add the mixture to warm water in a basin. Soak feet for 15-20 minutes. Dry feet and moisturize for soft skin.
Thuja Oil Fun Facts
Thuja Oil was sometimes used in natural remedies for skin issues such as warts, blemishes, and fungal infections due to its potential antimicrobial properties.
Due to its ability to treat scurvy in the 16th century, the thuja tree was named arborvitae, which is Latin for "tree of life."
The thuja plant also goes by the name "white cedar."
What is Thuja Oil?
Thuja Oil is extracted from the leaves of the thuja tree, a species found in regions spanning North America and East Asia, thriving in temperate and subtropical climates.
Originally cultivated for more than just its fragrant foliage, this evergreen tree held great significance for Native American communities. Its leaves, recognized for their rich vitamin C content, played a vital role in combating scurvy, a condition arising from vitamin C deficiency.
In modern times, Thuja Oil is known for its potent antioxidant activity, which comes from its composition of thujone and camphor. This oil has powerful anti-inflammatory properties as well. It is the perfect addition to your skincare routine, as it may help fight free radicals and reduce inflammation, which may lead to healthier, more radiant skin.
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