You might be familiar with bigarade by it’s more commonly used name of bitter orange.
Powerful antiseptic capabilities of bigarade essential oils were widely explored by Avicenna himself, who would regularly use the oil in his recipes.
Rich in antioxidants, bigarade oil is particularly beneficial for oily skin, as it helps to regulate sebum secretion. In case you are keen to overusing heat styling and chemical dyes, bigarade can become a wonderfully nourishing and restoring remedy for your hair.
Its sweet aroma with slight sour notes is widely used in aromatherapy practices. It helps to maintain attention focused, uplift the mood and keep your spirits on the sunny side.
How to use
Aromatherapy: add 2-3 drops into the burner or water-filled spray bottle. Suitable for stress relief, increasing of tonicity and attraction.
Bath: add up to 10 drops into the filled tub for toning and antioxidant effect.
Face and skin care: add 1-2 drops into every portion of cream, milk or lotion. Combines well with products meant for oily and troubled skin treatment.
Hair care: add 2-3 drop to shampoo, balsam or hair mask. Combines well with products meant for overdyed and severely damaged hair treatment.
Massage: add up to 10 drops into your regular massage treatment.
Inhalation: add 2-3 drops into hot or cold water and inhale the vapors for 5-10 minutes to strengthen the immune systems. Combines well with other citrus essential oils.
For external use only. It is not recommended to apply undiluted essential oil directly onto skin.
Full list of ingredients
Bigarade essential oil.