Commonly known as the “forbidden fruit”, grapefruit has been around for quite some time. It was first documented back in 1750 by Rev. Griffith Hughes from Wales. The name that it carries can be attributed to the fact that it grows in clusters just like grapes. Known for its superior invigorating and energizing aroma, the oil helps improve your mood. It’s also renowned for its purifying and cleansing properties and it’s regularly used in skin care for its ability to stimulate clear and healthy-looking skin condition. It may also support healthy metabolism.
- Diffuse when you are on a diet in order to increase your motivation.
- Add a couple of drops to your fresh water to promote healthier metabolism.
- Help your teen get rid of skin blemishes by adding it to his or hers facial routine.
Directions for Use
- Diffusion: Use no more than four drops in a diffuser of your choosing.
- Internal use: You can dilute one drop in every 4 fl. oz. of liquid you use.
- Topical use: Grapefruit can be applied topically without the usage of carrier oil. Use no more than 2 drops on the designated area.
- It may support healthier metabolism
- Uplifts your mood substantially
- Improves the overall appearance of blemishes on your skin
- Fruity, citrus, floral
- Cold pressed
- The peels of the fruit
You should make sure that the oil is kept safely out of reach of children. You should always consult your treating physician if you are undergoing special treatment. If you are pregnant you should refrain from using it unless your gynecologist has explicitly allowed it. After using grapefruit oil you should avoid direct sunlight or UV rays for approximately 12 hours.