Cinnamon essential oil
Cinnamon oil is an ideal choice for aromatherapy at home. When this essential oil is diffused, inhaled, or absorbed into the skin, it may help stimulate blood circulation, thus treating some psychological problems such as: stress and anxiety.
Improving sleep patterns if suffering from insomnia.
Cinnamon essential oil is also considered a natural treatment for health concerns resulting from coughs, colds, and constipation, as these diseases can cause negative effects on mental health, which reduces the body’s immunity.
One of the benefits of cinnamon oil is that it helps relieve inflammation and pain in the joints and muscles due to its anti-inflammatory properties, and it is especially beneficial for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Osteoporosis patients can also benefit from cinnamon oil to relieve pain, by massaging the painful areas with a few drops of cinnamon oil that has been warmed and mixed with coconut oil.
Benefits of cinnamon oil for the skin
- Contributing to the treatment of skin disorders, due to its richness Cinnamon oil with cinnamaldehyde
- Blocks many proteins that cause skin inflammation.
- Treating inflammatory skin problems, such as: rashes and acne, due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
- Moisturize the skin by mixing it with a carrier oil, such as coconut oil.
- Highly soothes dry skin
Cinnamon oil to soften hair
- Put a quantity of Cinnamon oil On the palm of the hand
- Adding cinnamon oil with a recent production date
- Massage the scalp and hair from the roots to the ends with the oil, making sure to massage the scalp in circular motions
- Keep the oil on the hair for twenty minutes
- Wash hair with warm water and shampoo
2. The aesthetic benefits of clove oil
There are some beauty benefits of clove oil, including: Clove oil The following aesthetic:
- Moisturizing dry skin
Prepare Clove oil A natural treatment for dry skin. It may also help reduce skin puffiness and stretch marks. This is done by adding clove oil to an unscented product, such as a face wash or cream, and then using it on the skin.
Dilution is recommended Clove oil To the unscented product at a rate of 1 - 2.5% for normal skin, and 0.5 - 1% for sensitive skin.
- Acne Treatment
can use Clove oil In treating pimples, thanks to it containing the compound eugenol, as it reduces the inflammatory response to pimples, and in this case it also needs to be diluted to avoid skin irritation and inflammation.