- Apply to the wrists and neck.
- Rub in palms and inhale deeply
- Add to a skin care routine
What Is Davana Essential Oil?
Davana, Artemisia pallens, is also known as Dhavanam, or by its Sanskrit name, Damanaka. The plant is native to southern India and is commonly found in home gardens in India. As an aromatic herb, the plant is cultivated for its fragrant leaves and flowers, which are used in decorations, religious offerings, and, of course, the essential oil. The leaves of the plant are also frequently seen in floral bouquets and flower arrangements.
The davana plant is a member of the daisy family and is a relative of Roman and German chamomile as well as sunflowers. The essential oil is steam distilled from the flower, leaf, and stem of the plant.
What Does Davana Oil Smell Like?
Davana oil has a sweet, warm, exotic scent with fruity tones and a hint of wood. It’s versatile scent blends well with almost all essential oil types—wood, spice, resin, floral, and citrus families all work beautifully with Davana oil.
One of the most interesting and distinctive characteristics of Davana oil is its adaptive aroma that smells and reacts differently on each person. Davanone—a sesquiterpene ketone—is the dominant molecule responsible for the oil’s aroma.
What Is Davana Essential Oil Good For?
Davana Touch can help maintain the look of healthy skin and is great to add to your personal care routine. Pre-diluted in a convenient roller bottle with Fractionated Coconut Oil, Davana Touch is easy to apply to the skin.
Where Davana shines the most is as an alluring, captivating personal fragrance. Add Davana Touch to your pure-fume wardrobe. Whether you’re going out for a special night with friends or need a go-to daily fragrance, Davana is the perfect chioce.
Simply roll Davana onto your wrists and neck and enjoy the unique aroma that your personal body chemistry creates with this essential oil.