Melrose Essential Oil

This woody, medicinal, and slightly spicy scent carries with it strong powers of purification and is gentle enough to use on the skin.

Melrose is a blend of Melaleuca alternifolia, rosemary, neroli, and clove essential oils. It has powerful cleansing properties that support the appearance of skin.

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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

What It’s For

Melrose is most noted for its therapeutic benefits to skin. The oils in this blend help improve complexion by cleansing, reducing inflammation, and balancing sebum, or oil, produced by the skin. It’s not just for skin though; Melrose also supports healthy hair and nails. Additionally, this essential oil helps to dispel odors when diffused.

Melrose essential oil can also reduce irritation and annoyance. Because it helps foster feelings of acceptance, it can improve patience and release negative energy.

Ingredient Highlight

Melrose contains two types of Melaleuca, rosemary, and clove essential oils. These oils are very clarifying and protective to skin. Incidentally, each of them also has a very unique, robust aroma, making this a great blend for deodorizing spaces in your home.

Who Should Use Melrose Essential Oil

This is a blend that many people love to use on their skin. While similar to Purification, it has a somewhat gentler aroma with a bit of spice from the clove oil. You can try it in this protective Roses and Myrrh Cuticle Serum.

Companion Products

Try adding some Melrose to your Mineral Sunscreen Lotion for an added protective effect. For all-over skin therapy, combine it with Lavender Bath and Shower Gel.

Don’t Have Melrose Essential Oil?

Purification essential oil blend has many similar properties and uses. Or you can just use tea tree essential oil, which is a chief ingredient in this blend.

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