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Immortelle essentialoil is a mild oil and can be used on the skin in pure form. For people with more sensitive skin, it is recommended to dilute it in one of the vegetable oils (soy, olive, almond, etc.).

How to use and dose it?


A few drops of immortelle essential oil should be applied to the site of impact. If applied immediately after the impact, it is possible that the bruise will not even occur. If bruises have already formed, apply a thin layer of immortelle essential oil. The procedure is repeated twice a day for several days.

Scars, skin care, pain and sports injuries

A small amount of immortelle essential oil (depending on the treated area) should be applied to the target area twice a day for several days.

Combination with other oils

For improved action, immortelle essential oil is also used in combination with other oils depending on the ailment, but it is not recommended to mix more than five different types of essential oils.

Diffusers for essential oils

Add a few drops of immortelle essential oil to the diffuser. In this form, it unclogs the airways, helps to remove mucus, relieves prolonged cough and problems associated with asthma and bronchitis. It also helps reduce stress and tension in this way.

The use of immortelle essential oil is not recommended for pregnant women, severe chronic patients (especially heart, stomach, and liver diseases), and people suffering from epilepsy. Mixtures of essential and vegetable oils can be applied to diseased areas, but it is recommended to consult a doctor or phytoaromatherapist before use.

Immortelle hydrosolis used as a tonic and can be applied directly to the skin without fear of irritation.

We apply it by spraying, smearing, or compresses it on the problem area.

How to use and dose it?

Use on skin

It is especially recommended for the treatment of dry, sensitive, and tired skin on which it has an excellent effect because it improves blood circulation and helps in the recovery itself. It is effective in soothing various skin irritations and inflammations, healing wounds, scars, scratches, edema, and hematomas. It is great as a tonic for cleansing the face or a substitute for moisturizer, and for treating the whole face or other parts of the body, spray it and rub it into the skin. Due to its soothing effect, it is also recommended as a skin tonic after shaving or depilation. The hydrosol moisturizes and nourishes the skin, which is why it is also used to soothe sunburns, burns in general, and to treat the skin after tattooing or piercing, as well as diaper rash. For dark circles, use it in the form of a compress (soak the pads with hydrosol, place them on the closed eyelids and rest your eyes for 10-15 minutes).

Oral use

Due to its composition, it can also be taken orally (gargling or drinking if diluted with water) because it is much milder than the essential oil. In case of gingivitis, periodontitis, or sore throat, rinse the oral cavity with hydrosol, and to cleanse the liver on an empty stomach, take one to two teaspoons of hydrosol diluted in dcl of lukewarm water.

Other use

It is also used as a water base in the manufacture of cosmetic products (creams, soaps, etc.).

This information is based on the traditional use of herbs and aromatherapy and does not serve to diagnose or treat any disease without consulting a doctor.


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