Laurel Berry Oil
Laurel produces an oil from both its berries and its leaves that can be used for various aspects of skincare. It has a spicy-medicinal aroma which blends well with citrus and spice essential and carrier oils.Laurel Berry Oil
Common English Name: Laurel (berry), bay laurel.
Botanical Name: Laurus nobilis.
Plant Family: Lauraceae.
Method of Extraction: Cold-pressing of the berries.
Origin: Mediterranean region of Europe.
Plant Description: An evergreen tree with glossy leaves and black berries.
Main Chemical Components: Oxides.
Blends Well With: Citrus and spice essential oils, some tree essential oils, rosemary and lavender essential oil; also blends with carrier oils.
Uses: Oily skin, aging skin, dry skin, mature skin.
Fun Fact: The ancient Greeks and Romans used laurel leaves to crown their victors.
Cautions for Use: Do not use in pregnancy. Possible sensitivity in some people. Use in moderation.