Eucalyptus: Naturally Versatile

Eucalyptus comes from the botanical kingdom and has various healing and curing properties, making it one of the most common ingredients in the skincare industry.

From essential oils to cream, facial moisturizers to body butter sticks, and anything in between, eucalyptus and its oils offers a plethora of skin benefits.

Topical Uses of Eucalyptus

Just like most essential oils, eucalyptus is an excellent and effective natural moisturizer. According to scientific research, its component (1, 8-cineole) has antimicrobial properties, making it effective against several forms of bacteria. Consequently, it’s an effective antioxidant and analgesic remedy.

Additionally, it carries anti-inflammatory compounds that can treat several skin conditions including eczema and acne. As an essential oil, it has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, so it can help clean your skin’s epidermis of all impurities and prevent any acne breakouts.

Eucalyptus can also help boost blood circulation which helps your skin appear radiant, healthy, and glowing. Another benefit of its anti-inflammatory properties is that it can reduce redness while soothing irritated skin.

Skin Benefits

There are several skin benefits, the following are a few of our favorites.

1.     Natural Skin Care

Researchers found eucalyptus oil to be a great remedy for cold sores, blisters, boils, cuts, and fungal infections.

You can use it in various forms such as oils, creams, and body lotions to reduce any inflammation and redness. This plant-based ingredient is also a great cleansing product that not only fights away any environmental toxins, but also protects your skin from any bacteria within.

2.     Anti-inflammatory

Research suggests that the anti-inflammatory properties of eucalyptus oils can aid in the remedy for skin wounds and infections. If you suffer from conditions like eczema, you can apply oil directly to the skin to heal or soothe flare-ups.

3.     Ceramide Production

Ceramide is a fatty acid in your skin’s epidermis responsible for retaining moisture by maintaining a skin barrier. Eucalyptus carries a compound known as macrocarpa that can boost the production of ceramides. Some studies suggest that topical application of eucalyptus essential oil will improve the appearance of your skin due to an increase in its ceramide content.

4.     Use in Cosmetics

It’s many natural benefits make eucalyptus is one of the most widely used ingredients in the cosmetic and skincare industry. The CBD industry is also using this powerful ingredient to create a wide range of products like:

The Takeaway

The benefits of eucalyptus skincare are so abundant and undeniable that the CBD industry is now frequently incorporating the ingredient into its products to give people the benefits of both naturally occurring ingredients in a single bottle.

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