Lemon Essential Oil (Citrus limonum)

Lemon Essential Oil (Citrus limonum)

Lemon Essential Oil has distinct cleansing, purifying and deodorizing properties that make it a popular choice for cleaning surfaces, freshening and purifying the air. 
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Product Characteristics

Lemon Essential Oil has the reputation of being an invigorating, cleansing, and purifying oil. These make it ideal for use in cosmetics, aromatherapy, massage, and home cleaning products to purify the air and surfaces. These benefits can be attributed to the oil’s anti-inflammatory, astringent, analgesic, stimulant, antiseptic, energizing, and balancing activities, and more.
Used topically after dilution in a carrier oil or in a skin care product, Lemon Essential Oil boosts circulation, metabolism, and digestive function. It relieves constipation and reduces blood pressure as well as cellulite. It can inhibit or soothe inflammation such as headaches and can ease the discomfort associated with arthritis.
In aromatherapy, Lemon Essential Oil is used to relieve cold and flu symptoms, depression, stress, and other ailments. Diffusing Lemon Oil can clear nasal passages and lungs and boost energy levels. It may also release feelings of irritation by uplifting moods and it can improve concentration.

Popular Uses of Lemon Essential Oil:

-To relieve allergies, combine Lemon, Lavender, and Peppermint oils and rub the blend on the bottoms of feet and behind the neck daily.
- Dilute 10 to 15 drops of Lemon Essential Oil in a spray bottle filled with water and spray it onto counter-tops, windows, wooden furniture, shower walls and metal surfaces to eliminate mold.
-Add a drop of lemon oil to your toothbrush about once a week to sanitize it.
- Lemon oil makes a great treatment for fingernail and toenail fungus. Just add a drop or two to the affected nail several times a day as needed.
-Add 5-10 drops of lemon essential oil and 1/4 cup of white vinegar to a bucket of water. Dip your mop into the solution and use it to clean your hard floors.

Lemon essential oil blends well with Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Frankincense, Ginger, Juniper, Lavender, Neroli, Rose, Rosemary, Sandalwood and Ylang ylang essential oils.


Caution:Lemon essential oil shouldn't be ingested.
Applying lemon essential oil to the skin may increase your sensitivity to ultraviolet light emitted by the sun and—as a result—raise your risk of skin cancer. Always dilute the oil.

Always be sure to use essential oils safely.
Remember that if you have health-related questions or concerns, the use of any type of essential oil should be discussed with your doctor. Let your doctor know of any other medications or herbal treatments you’re using.












Disclaimer: The information on this website has been compiled from published sources in the web and is provided solely for informational purposes and as an educational guide, and is in no way intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that information published on this site is correct and up to date, Made With Nature cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information presented, and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. Always consult a qualified, licensed health professional if you have any doubt or medical concern.

Main Ingredients

Lemon Essential Oil

How to:

Essential oils are very potent, so you have to be cautious when you use them.
Remember, a little goes a long way and less is more! You can always add another drop, so start slow, whether you’re using your oils topically or aromatically. Due to potency, some oils may be irritating to the skin. If irritation occurs, immediately apply pure vegetable oil to the affected area to dilute.
Always read label directions for each individual oil before use.
Do not put essential oils in eyes, ears, nose, or other areas with sensitive skin.

Inhaled: just add some drops as needed to a tissue or handkerchief and inhale. Or simply open the bottle of essential oils, hold it up against your nose and take a deep breath to inhale and enjoy.
In massage: Essential oils are too concentrated and strong to use for massage by themselves, so you need to mix them in with neutral-smelling carrier oils such as sweet almond oil or grape seed oil. Add up to 20 drops of essential oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage your temples, wrists, behind the ears, your neck or the muscles of your arms, back or legs.
Added to your bath or shower: Add a few drops of essential oils to your shampoo, conditioner, or body wash. To inhale essential oils while you shower, add a few drops to the walls and inhale deeply as you shower. Or add few drops of essential oils directly to your bathwater, or even better, first mix a few drops into bath salts (Epson salts) and then add them to the water.
In a diffuser: A diffuser is a device that disperses essential oils into the air. There are several types of essential oil diffusers that you can use for this and If you don’t know how to use an essential oil diffuser, check the instructions specific to your product for water and oil ratios. Then, just put the essential oils in your diffuser, turn it on, and circulate the oil into your room.
As a room spray: Fill with water a spray bottle, add up to 20 drops of the essential oil and simply spray into the air!

  • No Parabens
  • No Sulfates
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Synthetic Fragrances
  • No Phthalates
  • No Silicones

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Disclaimer: The information on this website has been compiled from published sources in the web and is provided solely for informational purposes and as an educational guide, and is in no way intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that information published on this site is correct and up to date, Made With Nature cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information presented, and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. Always consult a qualified, licensed health professional if you have any doubt or medical concern.