We use high quality Lemon Myrtle essential oil in our products which has a great lasting aroma, and antibacterial effects.
Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil is a hot topic in research and development in the areas of aroma therapy, medical science and antibacterial/antimicrobial uses. Results of testing have found a direct effect on reducing bacteria and some viruses. The Lemon Myrtle Fragrance oil has a high citral content (above 95%), which means that the benefits of the oil are at the high end, that means the oil is more effective as a deodoriser, sanitiser, anti bacterial and antimicrobial cleanser. We all need a clean, safe environment to live and grow, that is why the lemon myrtle industry and Lemon Myrtle Fragrances is so passionate about bringing this simple, natural and highly effective oil to people looking for safe, natural solutions for everyday living.
With its antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties, you can add a few drops of 100% Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil to your hand sanitiser. This gives you both the beautiful aroma of Lemon Myrtle, and all of its natural benefits.
The uses of Lemon Myrtle essential oil are extensive and you will find details on each of our product descriptions however more generally the main uses are;
Best of all the natural lemon myrtle essential oil can be used safely around the home and will not adversely affect members of the family with allergies and reactions to chemicals. Keeping the home chemical free and clean at the same time can be achieved with Lemon Myrtle reducing allergic reactions.
Lemon Myrtle Oil should be stored in a dark glass container in a cool dry storage area or kept under refrigeration. Exposure to sunlight will also lead to oil deterioration. The Lemon Myrtle Oil volatises when heated and so should not be exposed to heat. Our bottles come with dripolators so that you can count each drop and save yourself from using too much.
Start with a minimum; you can always add more (1 drop).
Do not apply directly undiluted to the skin as this will burn and irritate.
If you are using on the skin the dilution recommended is generally 1-2%: 1-2 drops per 100mL.
For chemical free cleaning of floors, kitchen and other surfaces: 5 - 10 drops, and ½ cup of vinegar in a 9 litre bucket of water for cleaning surfaces or add a few drops to a 500 mls or water in a spray bottle
Oil Burner or diffuser - 5 drops in water
Laundry detergent – Add 2-5 drops per litre for a lasting fragrance on your clothes and linen
Linen rinse - 2-5 drops in the last rinse
Cooking - dilution of oil is highly important in cooking, start with a minimum of 1-2 drops in 1L of cooking, or if using directly into cakes; follow the recipe closely.