HIGH ALTITUDE NATURALS™ Honeysuckle essential oil is steam distilled from the Lonicera Caprifolium plant (also known as Italian woodbine, Perfoliate Honeysuckle, Goat-leaf Honeysuckle, Italian Honeysuckle, or Perfoliate Woodbine), is native to parts of Europe and northeastern North America and characterized by its perfoliate topmost leaves and bears masses of very fragrant, cream and pink flowers, blooming in midsummer.
Honeysuckle essential oil is renowned for the presence of naturally occuring complex phytochemicals, such as iridoids, anthocyanins, flavonols, flavanonols, flavones, flavan-3-ols, and phenolic acids.
What honeysuckle smells like. The heady, slightly citrus-y, slightly honey-like scent asserts itself in any fragrance it’s in and brings to mind warm, summer days.
The soothing properties of Honeysuckle essential oil are beneficial for problematic skin conditions, such as eczema and rosacea, as well as acne and general skin irritation.
Honeysuckle oil is rich in flavonoids and saponins, which are sources of antioxidants and help shield the skin against free radicals that cause damage and signs of aging.
In cosmetic products, Honeysuckle essential oil can soothe inflamed skin, improve uneven skin tone and dullness, as well as serve as a natural cleanser and mild exfoliant.
Honeysuckle oil, when topically applied to temples helps calm headache and bad mood. In Chinese traditional medicine Honeysuckle oil is used for soothing painful conditions.
Honeysuckle essential oil that can help improve dry or brittle hair and split ends. By adding a few drops of this oil to a shampoo, one can give an extra moisturizing boost to hair locks and improve the appearance of hair from scalp to tip!
Honeysuckle essential oil is a popular addition to massage oil blends, as it provides warming, muscle-relaxing and stimulating element to the message. Increasing blood flow to the extremities and the surface of the skin, this oil can eliminate toxins locked up in tense muscles and speed up healing.
Honeysuckle essential oil is very popular for inclusion in fragrances, perfume, soaps, and other personal care products, as well as used in aromatherapy to calm the mind.
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