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Calamansi Pure Essential Oil


PROUDLY SOURCED FROM THE PHILIPPINES. Our beautifully fresh Calamansi Essential Oil is bursting with the aromatic and energetic essence of the fruit. Invigorating, clean, intensely citrus.


It is cold-pressed from the peel of the Calamansi (Citrofortunella microcarpa), which is grown and harvested right here locally in the Philippines. Through this, we can support a community of Filipino Farmers. 

Properties attributed to the Calamansi plant essence:

  • helps to improve the skin 
  • anti-dandruff, scalp treatment, and hair volume improvement properties
  • neutralizing properties for smells
  • antiseptic properties
  • aromatherapy: helps to alleviate stress and anxiety                                               

How to use it:

The recommended usage of our essential oils is mainly for aromatic use. Please DO NOT ingest, use for cooking or directly apply to the skin. We do not claim any medicinal benefit or cure.  Always consult your physician if you have any health-related concerns.

Mix water with 5 drops of essential oil in an oil burner to diffuse and inhale the scent. Do not directly apply to the skin. If you intend to use topically, please mix with a carrier oil (e.g. Virgin Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil) before applying. Mix 10ml of carrier oil with a maximum of 5 drops of essential oil. 


Essential Oils are generally not recommended for use with children under six years of age, use with caution and in greater dilution for children 6 years and older.

Pregnant women should take precautions when using essential oils as well. Most essential oils are not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy. There are also some essential oils that pregnant women should avoid.

Always do a patch test for skin allergies or irritation.



Nor Helya Iman Kamaludin, Zarina Zakaria, Nurul Ain Harmiza Abdullah, Rubiatul Adawiah Sa'adi, Dachyar - Arbain. "Antibacterial Properties of Limau Kasturi (C. microcarpa) Peels Extract" Advances in Environmental Biology 9(19):5-9 · August 2015

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