Sunday, February 18, 2018

Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid

Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid

  • 0.5 Ounces Liquid
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Color: Yellow to brownish Viscosity: Mobile Top Note: Warm-spicy Middle Note: Warm-spicy Dry Note: Tenacious and warm-spicy Aromatherapy Actions: Refreshing, vitalizing Safety Data: A skin and eye irritant. Non-toxic.

Rating: (out of 22 reviews)

List Price: $ 5.49

Price: $ 3.95

Spearmint 100% Pure Essential Oil- 10 ml

  • Spearmint essential oil has a fresh, minty aroma reminiscent of Peppermint. The major difference is that Spearmint is sweeter, and not quite as harsh.
  • The ancient Greeks used Spearmint to scent their bath water. It also has a reputation for whitening teeth and healing sore gums.
  • It is also believed to be an uplifting oil great for alleviating fatigue and depression.
  • Click on the “Other products by Edens Garden” link at the top of this page to view full product range
  • All Edens Garden products are 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade

Rating: (out of 3 reviews)

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Price: $ 3.50

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8 Responses to “Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid”
  1. Mel Mac the Mad Scientist says:

    Review by Mel Mac the Mad Scientist for Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid
    So, most of the lip plumpers that you buy in the store has this stuff in it. You pay ridiculous amounts of money for products that have small amounts of cinnamon leaf oil. Well, this is 100% cinnamon leaf oil and it is dirt cheap. All you have to do is add some ( I add a few eye droppers full) to any liquid lip gloss and you will have a potent lip plumper that actually works. I am warning you though…this stuff is strong and it does burn, however it works better than anything I have ever tried (including lip fusion, and lip venom).

  2. Valerie Minnix says:

    Review by Valerie Minnix for Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid
    dear gods do i hate those damn expensive lip plumpers. only lip fusion has ever done a thing for me and its too expensive to keep up with. i added this stuff to a regular tube of lip gloss (ok a lot of this stuff) and while it did sting a little for maybe five minutes, my lips, while i use this are lovely. My only complaint would be the strength of the smell, but Christmas is coming anyways i can play it off as festive :)


  3. annemarie says:

    Review by annemarie for Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid
    This is the product all the lip plumpers use, and comes at a way cheaper price than things such as Lip Venom. But god it burns! Be careful not to use a little too much like I did, you’ll feel like your lips are falling off. ): But anyway, as said in the other review this is the real thing, and you should just apply a little to your lip gloss for a good lip plumper.

  4. loves to read says:

    Review by loves to read for Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid
    This really works. I didn’t use enough the first time and will add more. I do see a difference and it is a lot cheaper than buying expensive lip plumping products.

  5. Genevieve Kiger says:

    Review by Genevieve Kiger for Aura Cacia – Cinnamon Leaf Essent. Oil, .5 oz liquid
    Lavender is arguably one of the most famous and most loved of all the Essential Oils. It is definitely also among the most versatile; any listing of essential oils and their uses you find, Lavender is almost guaranteed to have the most entries. If you were to have only one essential oil in your home, Lavender should be it, hands-down.

    So what’s the big deal? What all is it good for?

    To start with, it just smells lovely. But of course, this isn’t really anything to do with `what it is good for’, but it certainly bears mentioning. On the more `effective’ side, it is one of the few essential oils that can be safely used undiluted on the skin (for most people – some are too sensitive even for this oil undiluted). It is also unsurpassed in the realm of essential oils for treating burns. I can speak from personal experience when I say a drop or two of lavender essential oil applied to a fresh burn will help reduce or even prevent blistering, and hugely reduce the healing time required (even though it will sting slightly at first).

    In addition to that, it is also a natural antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antidepressant, sedative, and detoxifier. It helps to promote healing and reduce scarring by stimulating the immune system and encourages the cells themselves to regenerate more quickly. It can both calm and stimulate depending on your need. It can help soothe and refresh tired, sore muscle and feet.

    Digging still further, you can find that it is also effective against abscesses, acne, allergies, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, athlete’s foot, bacteria, boils, bronchitis, bruises, colds, colic, cuts and wounds, cystitis, dandruff, depression, dermatitis, diarrhea, earache, eczema, fainting, headaches, hysteria, hypertension, infections, inflammation, influenza, insect bites, insomnia, hysteria, migraine, nausea, nervous tension, oily skin, PMS, psoriasis, rheumatism, sinusitis, sores, sprains, stress, stretch marks, sunburn, tension, ulcers, vertigo, and whooping cough.

    Alright, clearly Lavender is useful. Why Aura Cacia specifically?

    Aura Cacia is one of the oldest, largest, and most-respected brands on essential oils on the market. Although some may speak out against Aura Cacia, the only thing that I have really been able to glean from the objections of any substance is that they are a large company. And while I would count myself among the first to promote small business, I don’t feel that just because a company is large one shouldn’t purchase from them, if the quality is there. In this case, the quality is definitely there. And, because they are a large company, they can offer truly wonderful prices that smaller companies just can’t match.

  6. Katherine Hall says:

    Review by Katherine Hall for Spearmint 100% Pure Essential Oil- 10 ml
    I’ve been really pleased with everything I bought from Plantlife. Good prices, good quality, good packaging.

  7. PT says:

    Review by PT for Spearmint 100% Pure Essential Oil- 10 ml
    I liked this combo of oils together and used it to make shampoo with. I like that it has the benefits of both oils because both are powerful. I loved the soap sample that came with my order. Shipping costs were very low.

  8. kwok says:

    Review by kwok for Spearmint 100% Pure Essential Oil- 10 ml
    maybe b/c this was a combo of lavender and tea tree the lavender smell didn’t come out as much. i didn’t like the combo smell. i didn’t think this item smelled like lavender. i bought this item to mix with shampoo since tea tree is good for the scalp. i haven’t tried this yet. also, when i try to pour the oil too many drops come out. i only wanted two drops and i tilted the bottle and too many came out. the dispenser is bad. i found that i could get essential oils at super supplements cheaper and with no shipping costs. they did send me a sample of their soap with essential oil which smelled nice but i have not tried it yet. will not order again though shipping and handling was good.

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