Patchouli Oil for Face

Patchouli essential oils have been used for centuries to protect silk and fur from pests. It’s still associated with luxury today, though it is also present in many designer fragrances that you can find at your local boutique store or online retailer of choice!

Patchouli is a powerful scent that can affect your entire body. The grounding properties of this spiritual oil connect you to the earth and make it perfect for anyone who wants some physical contact with their environment or just needs more awareness in general!

The Health Benefits of Patchouli Essential Oil

  • The study shows that when applied to the skin, this essential oil can help promote sleep.
  • Patchouli is a powerful medicinal plant that can fight against infection and promote healthy skin. I recently learned about this in my Clinical Aromatherapy class, which was exciting!
  • Patchouli is a powerful grounding oil that can help with meditation, especially when you need an extra sense of stability. It also has anti-depressant qualities and may be good for relieving stress in general!
  • I enjoy using patchouli during yoga classes because it helps me maintain my balance as well as strengthens the muscles around my spine so they’re more resilient against injury or discomfort from ahead (or behind).

The Skin Care Benefits of Patchouli Essential Oil

  • Patchouli essential oil has been shown to help reduce invasive symptoms of eczema and dandruff.
  • The anti-aging properties of patchouli are associated with its ability to balance skin types, making it helpful for both oily and dry skins.
  • The study found that bug repellent properties were present in Patchouli, which could help prevent mosquito bites.

Blending Ideas for Patchouli Essential Oil

  • Clary Sage
  • Coriander
  • Ginger
  • Lavender
  • Lemongrass
  • Orange

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  • Lushly scented Ylang Ylang is considered an aphrodisiac
  • Ginger’s warm and spicy notes are often described as seductive
  • Distinctive Patchouli creates a sense of calm

How to apply Patchouli on Face

Patchouli is a natural fungicide and can be used to heal cracked faces. It’s most commonly applied in the form of an oil, which helps speed up healing by disinfecting open wounds as well keeping your face moisturized all day long!.

The calming effects of this oil are great for acne sufferers. Mix 1-2 drops with Almond or Grapeseed oils to sink into the skin and provide deep hydration, while also helping control breakouts!

This natural pest repellant is great for keeping the bugs off you, but be careful not to use too much! Mix 1-2 drops of patchouli with a base oil and massage into the skin.

Must Read: Patchouli Essential Oil safe for pregnancy

Patchouli for sex

Wear clothes made from natural fibers like cotton and linen; they’re good for the environment as well as your sex life. For an aphrodisiac that’s been used by humans throughout history, try patchouli oil – it’ll stimulate estrogen levels to make you feel ready (and empowered) again! If applying directly doesn’t do quite enough damage- go ahead with some sensual massages instead where both partners can release safely together without worry or concern over anything else than just being free inside themselves

Patchouli oil in the diffuser

The calming, hopeful atmosphere created by patchouli oil is perfect for those who need an uplifting mental outlook. Inhaling the scent immediately affects your brain and hormones to produce feelings of anxiety or worry depending on how you’re feeling at any given moment in time!