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Vetiver oil is an essential oil derived from the roots of Vetiveria zizanioides, the scientific name for the vetiver grass plant. The plant's cleaned, dried, and chopped roots are steam-distilled to produce the oil. Veterinarian oil is rich, earthy, and woodsy with smoky undertones. It is often described as having a calming and grounding scent. Due to its distinctive scent profile, the oil is frequently used in perfumery and is a popular base note in many fragrances. In addition to its scent, vetiver oil is valued for its therapeutic benefits.
Vetiver oil has been utilized for its cicatrizing and skin-regenerating properties in traditional medicine. It is thought to relieve dry and irritated skin, reduce scars and stretch marks, and encourage new skin cell growth.
Its anti-microbial benefits enhance blood flow to hair follicles, preventing infections. Additionally, it revitalizes lifeless, dull hair. It improves hair texture, adds shine, and encourages hair growth. Vetiver oil and almond oil applied to the scalp and hair while massaging promote shine and dandruff removal. It relieves flaky and itchy scalp. It hydrates the scalp, soothes dryness, and penetrates the hair follicles.
How To Use Vetiver Oil?
To prevent skin reactions, vetiver essential oil should not be applied directly to the skin or hair. Before applying, mix 10–12 drops of carrier oil with 1-2 drops of vetiver oil. To relax, rub the oil on the bottom of your feet or add it to your bath.