Turmeric Essential Oil
Country of Origin: India
INCI Name: Curcuma Longa
Aroma: Herbaceous, earthy, spicy
Packaging: HDPE Jugs, amber glass bottles
Applications: Skincare, soap, haircare
100% Pure, no dilutants or carriers added
Not tested on animals
IFRA attached for usage guidelines
Benefits: antibacterial, antiseptic, uplifting, energizing, focus enhancing, anti-inflammatory
Turmeric is that lovely spice added to many sauces and curries, giving them a spicy flavor and beautiful orange color. Turmeric essential oil is all that olfactory benefit in a concentrated form. Turmeric essential oil is an excellent addition to any rich, deep essential oil blend, and has many topical benefits.
When used in aromatherapy products, turmeric essential oil is said to help bring up your energy, clear your mind, and sharpen your focus. Turmeric essential oil is often used in ceremonial traditions, incorporating it into incense blends. Turmeric essential oil, when used in products such as solid perfumes or perfume sprays, warms nicely when applied to the skin and can elicit a very warm, earthy base to a perfume blend.
Turmeric essential oil also has very strong anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits. This makes it an excellent addition to skincare products designed to help firm up the skin and boost the natural collagen production, as well as joint creams and healing salves/oils. Turmeric essential oil’s anti-inflammatory benefits are enhanced by the addition of black pepper essential oil so if you’re going to make an anti-inflammatory salve/cream/lotion make sure to include black pepper essential oil in your blend.
Other ways topical use of turmeric essential oil is benefit to the skin is that is said to help increase moisture retained in the skin, it can help balance sebum production, and it can help exfoliate dead skin.
An excellent skin toner would be organic witch hazel, organic apple cider vinegar, organic argan oil, Daikon radish seed extract, with an essential oil blend of turmeric, black pepper (very small amount), and clary sage. This would need to be shaken before each use to keep the oils dispersed but the effect would be brightening and hydrating.
If you’re looking to increase your line of scalp care products, try a spray with organic witch hazel, daikon radish seed extract, turmeric essential oil, tea tree essential oil, eucalyptus essential oil, myrrh essential oil, carrot seed essential oil, and juniper essential oil. It’ll have a magical herbal base and will be highly effective at cleansing the scalp and strengthening the hair follicles.
Turmeric essential oil is also highly beneficial to include in your hair care products. Turmeric essential is said to help reduce oil production on the scalp; it helps balance remove dandruff flakes; and it can help increase the moisture in the hair making for shinier, healthier hair.
Are you creating a massage product line or looking to add specific treatments to your massage practice? Turmeric essential oil is an excellent addition to massage oils. The use of turmeric essential oil can help increase circulation, helps boost moisture in the skin, is said to help reduce bruising, pain, and cramps, and invigorates the skin.
Turmeric essential oil blends well with eucalyptus, black pepper, ginger root, clary sage, cajeput, carrot seed, frankincense.
California Prop. 65 Components
This product does not contain any chemicals known to State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or any other
Essential oils are sold in 0.5-ounce amber glass, 1-ounce amber glass with dropper, 4-ounce amber glass, 8-ounce amber glass, 16-ounce amber glass, 5-pound and 10-pound sizes. For 25-pounds or larger, please email us at email@example.com.
Do not apply directly to skin. Most essential oils are not designed to be applied directly, rather they are designed to be mixed with a carrier oil such as our organic sunflower or organic jojoba oils. Always perform a small patch test when applying to skin.
Do not take internally unless you are licensed to apply them as such.
This information is for reference only. These recommendations have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to treat, cure or remedy any diseases.
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