Neroli oil is extracted from the flowers by the steam distillation process. The smell of the oil is sweet, honeyed, and partially metallic with green and spicy facets. The oil is used as a base in perfumes and scented products. Neroli oil is an important ingredient in body lotions and cosmetics. It is also used in aromatherapy.


Blends well with:


Chamomile oil, Coriander oil, Clary sage oil, Ginger oil, Lemon oil, and Lavender oil



  • Neroli oil enables skin cells to regenerate and gives them anti-scarring properties.
  • Neroli essential oil reduces anxiety and alleviates sleep problems.
  • Neroli oil is a great ingredient to rub on stretch marks, dark spots, and scars.
  • Neroli oil is also used as an antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory.
  • It is useful to treat pimples and acne and reduces the redness associated with breakouts.


  • Neroli oil is generally used in aromatherapy; you can use it or combine it with other essential oils in a diffuser.
  • Use it by soaking it in a cotton ball and placing it under your pillow. You can also sniff a handkerchief with neroli oil and use it.
  • To use in aromatherapy, mix it with any massage oil and use it as a skin treatment or during the massage.


  • Essential oils also have an impact when inhaled through aromatherapy. However, it might not be good for your pets and others in your area that might not get benefits from inhaling the essential oil. However, you should first take a patch test before applying it to other parts of the body.
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