Grape Fruit Oil:
The grapefruit tree is an evergreen tree with glossy leaves and delicately scented, white flowers that give way to large, golden fruit. The peel of the grapefruit is bursting with small glands filled with essential oil. The outer pericarp is thus cold-pressed to release the aromatic components. The resulting essential oil is zesty, fresh, and bitter, with the characteristic smell of citrus.
Grapefruit essential oil is a type of essential oil commonly used in aromatherapy sourced from the peel of the Citrus paradise fruit, proponents suggest that breathing in the oil's tangy scent can help lift your mood and offer a variety of benefits.
Grapefruit oil for the same effects is now becoming more popular. It is considered a natural stress-fighter, anti-inflammatory agent, antioxidant food and anticarcinogenic agent.
As one of the most versatile essential oils, the aroma of grapefruit oil is clean, fresh and a little bit bitter, just like the actual fruit itself. It has the signature taste and smell of citrus fruits, which is why many people like to use it in natural household cleaning products and homemade beauty lotions, soaps or cosmetics.
Grapefruit oil is naturally high in antioxidants and phytochemicals that reduce oxidative stress and disease-causing inflammation. Many of grapefruit essential oil’s benefits are due to one of its main constituents called limonene.
- Botanical Name - Citrus Paradise (also commonly known as Citrus Racemosa)
- Color and Appearance - Pale Yellow liquid.
- Odor - Warm, fresh, sharp, sweet, citrusy
- Odour Strength - Medium
- Industrial destination - Cosmetics, Perfumery, Aromatherapy
- Country of Origin - India
- Main ingredients - D limonene, Gamma Terpinene, Citronellal, Geraniol.
- Method of Production - Steam Distillation
- Grade - Cosmetic
- Application - It is quite useful in bergamot composition and for all modifications of citrus notes in perfumery. In flavours particularly in soft drink flavours, gives freshness.