Pure Steam Distilled Pine Needle Essential Oil
Valley Mist Pure Pine Needle Essential Oil has been steamed distilled.
Latin Name:- Pinus sylvestris
Benefits of Pine Needle Essential Oil
- Pine Needle essential oil used as an expectorant for coughs and help clear chest congestion.
- An aid to mental focus and clarity. Useful for study and revision.
- Pine needle essential oil is naturally antibacterial and antimicrobial.
- A natural deodoriser, pine needle essential oil will instantly refresh any space with fresh and purifying notes.
- A comforting addition to bathing to relieve joint pain, discomfort and general stiffness.
Essential Oil Blends
Pine Needle Essential Oil blends well with:
How to use
Enjoy by steam inhalation, vaporisation and a comforting hot bathing, dilute up to 5 drops of oil in water. Also can be used for massage, blend no more than 5 drops of essential oil into 10ml of Valley Mist Pure Massage Oil.
Pine Needle essential oil when used in massage creates a soothing smell that is ideal for helping you wind down after a tough or busy day.
Good to know
- Not tested on animals.
- Suitable for adults and children 5 years and above.
Make sure to never apply neat oils to the skin, always dilute in a carrier oil.
For external use only. Never contact with eyes. If essential oils get into the eyes rinse well with water immediately. Do not use on irritated or broken skin. If reaction occurs discontinue use immediately.
Alway seek healthcare professional advice before using if you suffer from epilepsy, skin allergies, are pregnant or are using homeopathic remedies.
Asthmatics should use with caution.
Keep out of reach of children.
This product is FLAMMABLE. Store in a cool dry place. Do not store in direct sunlight. Use within 12 months.
Part of the Valley Mist Glass Reuse and Return System. At Valley Mist we are always looking for ways to reduce plastic waste. We are delighted to share with you our essential oils with an endlessly recyclable aluminium cap.
PURE pine needle essential oil – Siberia – Pinus sylvestris
Grown in Siberia.