Mandarin Oil – Tangy Antiseptic

Mandarin essential oil, apart from being an amazing skin health booster, is also a wonderful antiseptic, which is rather tangy. The so and so many qualities of this always make it stand out from the rest. This oil is a little citric in nature.

Mandarin Essential Oil, expressed from the skins of the Mandarin Orange, has a heavenly sweet and sedating scent. The oil from this powerful little fruit protects wounds from becoming septic as well as from other bacterial, fungal or viral infections.

The potent botanical compounds form a protective covering on the wound and promotes the collection of blood platelets and leucocytes at the affected area, thereby checking the intrusion of microbes. Mandarin oil is one of nature’s essential oils that is particularly helpful in preventing stretch marks. Mandarin is very gentle and can be used by children as well as older adults.

Mandarin oil has various benefits when used in skin care product formulations such as –

  • Refining the texture of the skin
  • Good antiseptic
  • Cell rejuvenating properties

The delicious aroma of mandarin is uplifting, relieving depression and anxiety. Engenders feelings of joy and hopefulness. Beneficial for combating insomnia resulting from stress and anxiety. Mandarin is an excellent oil for the prevention of stretch marks and the reduction of scarring. The volatile oil is tangy and sweet smelling and is yellowy-orange in color.

A tonic to the digestion, stimulates appetite, particularly after illness or loss of hunger due to depression. Seems to have a stimulating effect on the liver, helping to regulate metabolic processes and aids in the secretion of bile and of breaking down fats. At the same time it is calming to the intestines and good for expelling gas. Its cheering action is sometimes used as part of a blend to ease pre menstrual tension. Possibly has an enhanced effect when blended with other citrus oils.

Mandarin oil comes from the fruit that you more likely know as a tangerine. With a history dating back thousands of years to traditional Chinese medicine, modern aromatherapists still use mandarin oil to help with stretch marks and scars. Mandarin does not irritate your skin and unlike most citrus oils, it does not increase your susceptibility to sunburns when applied to your skin. Davis says pregnant women can also use mandarin oil safely.

Okay, have a look at our reference links –

  1. Mandarin by Online Family Doctor
  2. Mandarin Oranges by Livestrong
  3. Mandarin Oil by One