Neroli oil originated in Italy many centuries ago. It was prized for its pleasant, sweet and fresh fragrance. Now, it has acquired popular fame across the globe for its healing benefits. A lot of people have already started using Neroli oil for various skin related problems such as acne, dry skin, oily skin, etc.
The natural sweet and fruity odor of Neroli oil makes it very famous among women. It’s not just a scent; it is true essence that works on almost all types of skin. It is used for facial wash, massage, toning, body wash, and much more. Since the scent of Neroli is so floral, many people prefer to use it by spraying a little bit on their face or wherever they feel like applying it.
For example, if you are going to apply it to your face and you do not want the smell to be noticeable, you can spray it using a cotton bud. If you are going to massage your body then you can take a few drops of neroli oil and put it on your back, neck and other parts of your body. If you are going for a night out on the town, make sure you have enough drops of neroli oil with you. You can also add a drop or two of rose water to this mixture. Just remember that the concentrated oil is thicker than the liquid oil so, smaller drops of this oil cannot be applied directly on your skin. For safety measure, always follow the directions mentioned on the bottle.
There are many ways by which Neroli oils can be used. Apart from its traditional uses, it has been found to have some very useful qualities for cosmetic purposes. For example, some people use neroli oil mixed with orange juice to make candles. The orange juice gives the candle a beautiful fragrance, while the oil within the candle gives it some subtle scent and makes it burn more beautifully. This is one of the many uses of Neroli oils.
When it comes to aroma therapy, Neroli oil once again proves itself. It is very popular with perfume manufacturers as it has a very nice, long lasting and fresh scent. A good dosage of neroli oil can be added to a carrier oil and used to generate a wonderful smell for the whole home. For example, you can mix it with rose water and lavender oil for creating a wonderful aroma for your bathroom or even for your bedroom. It also smells wonderful when used with different types of scents such as jasmine, sandalwood, cedar and floral fragrances.
When using it with other types of aromatherapy oils such as orange blossoms, it provides an incredibly fresh and radiant scent that is extremely soothing. If you have a candle in the home, you should really consider adding some orange blossoms to the carrier oil before putting the candle wax on it. You will find that the scent will stay around for a long time so you don’t have to worry about cleaning up the scent. However, if you have young children you might want to back off using the scent with any orange blossoms.
In some parts of Italy it is actually part of Italian cuisine to use Neroli oil for aromatherapy purposes. It is said to increase energy and help a person get through the day. For this reason, it is often included in a recipe when making Italian foods. For example, it is sometimes included in pizza sauces and when combined with Rosemary and chamomile it can give an amazing flavor to pasta dishes.
There are many ways that neroli oil makes an excellent addition to your beauty routine. If you grow or harvest the flowers at their peak you can use the small leaves as a wonderful hand lotion. This lotion can be used on sensitive skin and it smells terrific when applied before stepping out into the world. Since these flowers come from high quality nursery trees, they have a very strong floral scent and are perfect for creating refreshing bath salts and scented lotions.