Neroli has been called the " King of Essential Oils ". It's naturally rich in vitamins A, B1, B2 and C, as well as calcium, magnesium and iron. As far as oil production goes, Neroli can be made from both the petals and the leaves of the bitter orange tree. It takes over 100 pounds of oranges to make one ounce of Neroli oil, which makes it an expensive commodity indeed. . The best part about Neroli is that it's gentle, making it appropriate for all skin types without fear of irritation or sensitisation. As far as aromatic qualities go, Neroli smells absolutely lovely- floral but not oppressive, warm and soothing. It's a very common ingredient in high-end natural skin care and is rapidly gaining popularity as a mainstream return to all natural beauty. Scientists and chemists have isolated over 300 different components in Neroli oil, and these chemicals give Neroli its many wonders. It has been used to soothe and moisturise chapped and dry skin, heal cuts and bruises, reduce tension and anxiety, treat acne and oily skin, tone the muscles of the face and neck, prevent stretch marks during pregnancy, balance sebum production, delay the effects of ageing, and rejuvenate dull skin for a healthy glow. One of Neroli's most important components is linalyl acetate, which is a natural antidepressant. This can be a big help to those dealing with stress and emotional issues that lead to acne flare-ups. It also reduces your body's own production of sebum, making it an excellent option for oily and acneic skin types.

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