Calm and soothe with wood-scented Copaiba
Retail: $80.00 NZD
Wholesale: $60.00 NZD
Copaiba essential oil is derived from the resin of the copaiba tree which can grow upwards of more than 30 metres and can be found in tropical South America.
Copaiba oil is widely used in cosmetic products including soaps, creams, lotions, and perfumes. Since the 16th century, copaiba essential oil has been utilised in traditional health practices by the natives of north and northeastern Brazil.
Similar to Black Pepper essential oil, Copaiba has a soothing character, and can be applied topically combined with a carrier oil to promote skin health.
- Add one to two drops to water, tea or food.
- Diffuse aromatically to create a soothing atmosphere.
- Apply topically combined with a carrier oil or a facial moisturiser to promote the appearance of a clear, smooth complexion and to help promote skin health.
Directions for Use
Diffusion:Use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Food Flavour: Add one or two drops to food.
Topical Use: Dilute one to two drops with a carrier oil, then apply to desired area.
See additional precautions below
Derived from the resin of South America’s majestic copaiba tree, this soothing essential oil has been at the heart of Brazil’s native traditional practices for centuries. With a woody, spicy aroma and high levels of βß-caryophyllene, Copaiba is renowned for its soothing and comforting properties.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. If you are pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears and sensitive areas.
- Unwind and wind down by incorporating Copaiba Essential Oil into a warming and soothing massage, ideal for tired muscles.
- Help promote skin health. Add to your facial moisturiser to promote the appearance of a clear and smooth complexion.
- We all need a little calm sometimes. The woody and soothing scent of Copaiba essential oil is ideal when a lot is happening in life.
Resin from Copaifera reticulata, officinalis, coriacea, and langsdorffii