10ml, 25ml, 50ml, 100ml
fresh, green, minty, pungent, sharp, with a mild citrus back note
Steam (leaves and twigs)
respiratory support, decongestant, immune support, skin support, antimicrobial, antiseptic, air purification, cleaning, muscle fatigue
|Country of Origin||
Australia (Western Australia)
Considered non-toxic and non-sensitising. Eucalyptus kochii’s 1,8-Cineole content can cause central nervous system and breathing problems in infants and young children, therefore we recommend it not be applied on or around the face, or used in steaming, of children under 10 years. If using topically on children, on other areas of the body, always use a very low dilution rate. Can be diffused. Use with caution on older children. Oxidised oil may cause irritation, avoid using old oil. Not to be taken. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a qualified healthcare practitioner before using.
Very similar opening as the Radiata, that mentholated, nostrils opening punch. Less green and more balmy…
In this case it dies down faster, loses that quality in a couple minutes, and immediately moving to a slightly woody, clean turpentine like scent. Interestingly enough I get this almost back pepper like smell in there as well.
Again, vastly changing, moving into a nice gentle woody base, while keeping that spicy background. A really nice woody drydown to be honest.
This would work great with woody and spicy notes. I would love to experience mixing this with ISO-E
Leaves your skin smelling like you came out of the pool after a day in it. Steam distilled from leaves and twigs. I see it working well as a top note that blends into middle…
… My Fragrance Journey!!!