Purchase Cedarwood here, if you’re in a country outside of the US, shop here, or get a Wholesale Membership for 25% off everything for a year! I love using Cedarwood in my garden! I like to combine it with Peppermint and fill a spray bottle with water to spray on our plants to help keep them healthy and pests away.
Did you know that many people use Cedar oil for skin due to its purifying abilities? You can easily incorporate Cedarwood oil into your daily facial routine by simply adding one to two drops of Cedarwood oil to your facial toner or moisturizer for added clarifying properties. The cleansing properties of Cedarwood oil can also help improve the appearance of skin imperfections. Cedarwood also has properties that help soothe the mind and body. The warm, woody scent can create a calm, relaxing environment when used aromatically or topically. Diffusing Cedarwood oil in your home, office, or workspace can help promote feelings of confidence, self-esteem, and evoke feelings of wellness.
Try out these 10mL roller bottle blends:
- Goodnight, Light’s Out: 6 drops Ylang Ylang, 4 drops Cedarwood, 4 drops Patchouli, 4 drops Serenity, 4 drops Vetiver; roll onto feet and spine at bedtime
- Green Apple Purefume Blend: 7 drops Cedarwood, 6 drops Douglas Fir, 4 drops Star Anise; apply to pulse points
- Relax & Unwind: 8 drops Petitgrain, 8 drops Cedarwood, 6 drops Frankincense, 6 drops Wild Orange; apply to bottoms of feet and back of neck
- Sleepy: 10 drops Copaiba, 10 drops Cedarwood, 10 drops Roman Chamomile
Bug Off (15mL spray bottle): 2 drops Cedarwood, 2 drops Lavender, 2 drops Lemongrass, 2 drops Peppermint, 2 drops Thyme; fill with distilled water, spray on skin as needed
Take a relaxing epsom salt bath. Combine 1/2 – 1 cup epsom salt, 1tsp baking soda, 2 drops Bergamot, 2 drops Cedarwood, 2 drops Frankincense. Add to warm bathtub or foot bath and soak for 15-30 minutes, remember to drink water!
Take a look at other ways to use Cedarwood here!