Emerald Sea Grass Essential Oil (Origin: Newfoundland)
£5.85 – £81.00 Including tax
Please note if buying large quantities of this item we advise purchasing a 1ml sample where available first to ensure that you are happy with the product as we do not refund opened items in the interests of hygiene.
Emerald Sea Grass Essential Oil
Botanical Name – Zostera noltei
Origin – Newfoundland
Part Used – The Leaves
Extraction Method – Steam Distillation
Appearance – A pale yellow or greenish oil
Scent – Has a light, fresh green herbaceous scent with aquatic marine undertones
Main Uses – Natural Perfumery and for creating your own blends. Cosmetic use
Note – Middle to Top Notes
Growing Conditions – Organically crafted that is to say not certified as organic but grown on unpolluted sustainable land.
Emerald Sea Grass forms part of the Zostera marina family, Zostera noltii is also known as Dwarf Eelgrass.
Seagrasses grow mainly in shallow marine and brackish waters around the world and occupy tropical, temperate and even Arctic areas. They’ve evolved to thrive where few other plants could survive. This particular seagrass grows off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada to produce what is a rare and unique essential oil.
The essential oil, steam distilled from the leaves of Zostera noltii has a light and fresh uplifting green aroma. Sea Grass is used in natural perfumery and is highly prized for its unique & complex fragrance.
It can also be used in skin and haircare preparations due to its nourishing and moisturising qualities.
For External Cosmetic Use Only
Pure Essential Oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil before using on the skin.
A patch test is recommended to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.
Supplied in a glass amber bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap
Available in 1ml sample, 5ml, 10ml and 30ml sizes
Image is for illustration purposes only
Certificate of Analysis is available on request.
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