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Can be diffused, used in direct inhalation, and applied topically (if applying topically always dilute to 5% in carrier oil before using direct on skin.) 


Botanical Name - Gaultheria procumbens

Origin - Nepal

Method - Steam distillation.

Application - Middle note material in various Perfume compositions. 

Elevate Your Senses with Celestial® Wintergreen Therapeutic Essential Oil - Pure Plant Synergy 

Immerse yourself in the invigorating embrace of Celestial® Wintergreen Therapeutic Essential Oil, sourced from the pristine landscapes of Nepal and meticulously steam distilled from the Gaultheria procumbens plant. As a middle note material in various perfume compositions, our Wintergreen Essential Oil embodies pure plant synergy, offering a harmonious blend of stimulating, uplifting, and refreshing properties.

Experience the warmth and comfort of Wintergreen Essential Oil as it envelops you in its inviting aroma, instilling a sense of focus, clarity, and confidence. Let its revitalizing scent uplift your spirits and enhance positive thinking, empowering you to tackle the day with renewed vigour and optimism.

Perfect for enhancing your daily routine or infusing your environment with a burst of energy, Celestial® Wintergreen Essential Oil stimulates the senses and revitalizes the mind. Whether diffused in your home or incorporated into your favourite perfume blend, its versatile application offers a myriad of benefits for your well-being.

Indulge in the pure essence of nature with Celestial® Wintergreen Therapeutic Essential Oil. Elevate your senses, uplift your spirit, and embrace the beauty of pure plant synergy today. 

Wintergreen Essential Oil presents a refreshing green essence reminiscent of cool mint, with subtle candy-like notes. Its herbal and camphoric characteristics add depth, offering a nuanced aromatic experience. Upon closer inspection, hints of earthy phenols emerge, albeit faintly, enriching its profile. Notably, it shares similarities with scents found in the B-Iceberg group, such as peppermint and eucalyptus.



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