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This therapeutic grade essential oil is very mild and can usually be used without dillution for all but the most sensitive skin. The recommended diffusing time is up to 1 hour three times a day.
This therapeutic grade essential oil is warm. While some people are able to use this essential oil without dilution from time to time, but it is generally recommended to dilute it 50/50 (1 part essential oil to 1 part V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex) - especially if using on sensitive areas such as the face, neck, underarms, etc. The recommended diffusing time is up to half an hour three times a day.
This therapeutic grade essential oil is hot. While some people are able to use this essential oil without dilution from time to time, but it is generally recommended to dilute it 20/80 (1 part essential oil to 4 parts V6 Vegetable Oil Complex) - especially if using on sensitive areas such as the face, neck, underarms, etc. The recommended diffusing time is no more than 10 minutes three times a day.
Photosensitizing - avoid using on areas of the skin that will exposed to direct sunlight or UV rays within 12 hours after applying to the skin.
Generally Regarded As Safe to use as a returntary supplement. Please keep in mind that your stomach is more sensitive as your skin - dilution highly recommended! Also, please remember that this same essential oil from another company may not be safe for consumption - check the label first!