Extracted from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant, this West Indian lemongrass oil has a powerful, fresh, lemony, grassy, earthy, and sweet citrus scent. It's often found in soaps and other personal care products in very small amounts as the aroma of lemongrass oil is extremely strong—a little bit goes a long way. It can quickly overpower other oils if not used in the right amounts. Most people find the aroma attractive.
Directions for application must be followed. Remember essential oils are extremely concentrated, so please use with caution, consult the SDS and IFRA guidelines within the “documents” tab. Lemongrass essential oil when used in a diffuser has benefits that include reducing tension, promoting feelings of calm, and freshening the air. Most lemongrass oil diffuser blends include words like relax, calm, and refresh.
Our lemongrass essential oils are available in 20 ml, 500mL, 1L, 2L, 5L, 10L, and 20L pack size.
How to Use Lemongrass Essential Oils
Lemongrass essential oils are deemed generally safe if they are used properly. Incorrect usage can be harmful and result in skin burns, poisoning, and toxicity in animals. This oil can be added to a milder essential oil so you can massage it into the skin without complications. Take note of any skin sensitivities before application.
If you can’t use essential oils for aromatherapy because you don’t have a diffuser, you can just add a few drops of it to boiling water and inhale the wonderful aroma or just let it fill the room. If you have an oil diffuser, simply follow the instructions for the device.
There is a very low chance that the evaporated form will be dangerous to people or pets. The concentrated version is a different story, though. Aside from risks of poisoning or damage to the nose, sinus, and throat, essential oils are also highly flammable so make sure they’re kept away from heat or open flames. Never ingest essential oils for safety.