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Similar to its cousin, Cedarwood Atlas, the Himalayan variety is often used in aromatherapy for its soothing, calming and stabilising aroma.
Colour: Pale yellow to yellow/brown
Odour: Woody, balsamic, sweet, smoky, slightly camphorous
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
We go above and beyond to source our ingredients ethically to ensure the highest quality at a great price!
Dilute at a percentage of 1% of the finished blend, typically 20 drops or 1ml of essential oil to 100ml of carrier oil. Do not use undiluted on the skin. You can use up to 3% dilution for use on your body or in the bath. Consult your doctor or midwife before using during pregnancy.
Add a few drops to your diffuser or oil burner and immerse yourself in the calming and harmonising aroma of Cedarwood Himalayan.
Make your own massage oil blend by adding Cedarwood Himalayan and your other favourite essential oils to a carrier oil. We recommend Coconut Oil #203, Sweet Almond #215 or Grapeseed Oil #210.
You can use Cedarwood Himalayan Oil as an ingredient for your homemade beauty formulations and applications.
Combine Cedarwood Himalayan with a carrier oil of your choice and use as an alternative to shaving foam for moisturised silky-smooth skin. We recommend Extra Virgin Olive Oil #233 or Hemp Seed Virgin Oil #206.
This natural product cannot be guaranteed free from traces of nuts or other allergens. Seek medical advice before use if suffering from any medical conditions or allergies. Always conduct a patch test before using any new product.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
As our products are natural, the colour and odour may vary from batch to batch. We are continually improving our products and so on occasion the product you receive may differ slightly in appearance from images displayed on our website.
Great smell and product
Smells. great I am trying to keep moths away at night time...
Delightful EO, perfect in my cold process soap recipe, definitely recommend.
Slightly different fragrance to what I was expecting,might be something to do with it being Himalayan cedarwood. Still a nice oil just takes getting used too.
This oil is good value, it is really strong smelling! I didn't really like the smell of this oil on its own, as it is quite powerful. But it smells so nice mixed in with other oils, and adds a nice woody note.