Geranium essential oil is made by steam distilling the leaves of Pelargonium graveolens, a South African plant species. It was supposedly utilized for a variety of ailments, according to mythology. Geranium oil is produced in various parts of the world, including Europe and Asia. Pink flowers with a fresh, fragrant scent come in a variety of types and strains. Each type has its distinct aroma, although nearly identical in terms of content, advantages, and applications.

Geranium oil is a common component in perfumes and cosmetics. Aromatherapy uses essential oil to treat a variety of health problems. Essential oils are breathed through a diffuser or mixed with carrier oils and applied to the skin for calming effects in aromatherapy.


  • Reducing Wrinkles and the Signs of Aging

Geranium oil is found in our natural Face Cream; geranium oil naturally firms up the facial skin and is used in dermatology to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Because it naturally tightens skin without reducing moisture and suppleness, it minimizes many common signs of aging skin. It can have a quick and noticeable effect on wrinkles when used on a regular basis, ideally in a blend with other botanicals.

  • Making Irritated Skin Glow by Calming and Soothing It

Geranium oil is anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory oil that actively improves the health and natural radiance of the skin. It fights against skin afflicted by harsh weather conditions or prone to acne by keeping skin conditioned and soothing inflamed or breakout-prone skin. It’s frequently used to treat dermatitis and other skin disorders, assisting skin cells in spontaneously regenerating and leaving your skin brighter, healthier, and more radiant. We use it in our botanical Balancing Face Oil, combined with other oils that boost skin’s appearance, like Japanese rice bran and Argan, to enhance the way your skin looks and feels.

  • Reduction Of Skin Irritation, Scar Tissue, And Marks

If you have sensitive skin that is prone to irritation, you're certainly familiar with the annoying red lines, scar tissue patches, and sores that might emerge. Geranium oil is often used to treat scar tissue, as well as acne and sunburn-related dark patches and marks. It's a natural cicatrisant, which means it speeds up the regeneration of healthy new skin cells. As a result, balms, cleansers, and moisturizers like ours benefit from it.

  • Controlling Oiliness and Balancing Sebum Production.

Geranium oil has been demonstrated to remove excess oil and assist the skin maintain a healthy natural balance in persons with oily skin. It works as an antibacterial and antioxidant, unclogging pores and restoring the natural sebum balance on the skin's surface, allowing your skin to breathe and looking younger.

  • Repellents For Insects And Treatment For Bites And Stings

Geranium oil is commonly used in natural insect repellents and bug sprays. It's a great non-toxic substitute for chemical mosquito repellents. If you've been bitten, it's great for soothing bites and stings while also speeding up the skin's natural healing and resilience.

  • Reducing Anxiety and Depression.

Studies have shown that it is effective in treating anxiety and depression. An investigation into its effects on pregnant and post-natal women found that it actively reduced anxiety during labor and helped fight signs of post-natal depression.

We use geranium oil in our products because we believe that looking after your skin can also provide a daily ritual that brings you a sense of calm and wellbeing. Products using natural botanical oils double up as massage oils, and breathing them in nature reduces stress while caring for your skin, working inside and out.

  • Working As a Natural Deodorant.

As geranium is natural circulatory oil, it absorbs quickly and exits the skin through sweat. It’s antibacterial, so it helps to eliminate unpleasant body odor and makes your sweat smell, well, like geraniums. Using geranium oil mixed with water in a spray is a great way to create a natural botanical deodorant and smell great all day.


Geranium Essential Oils are a popular choice in aromatherapy. Geraniums are an excellent essential oil to have in your collection because of their delicate, floral fragrances and incredible healing capabilities. However, because there are two separate Geranium oils, it's easy to get mixed up.

Geraniums are classified as one of the following:

  • Bourbon
  • Egyptian

Because of the origin of the plants, these two varieties have some overlapping (but also differing) therapeutic characteristics.


The scent of Geranium Bourbon Essential Oil (from the Reunion Islands):

  • A rose-floral perfume with a tinge of herbaceous.

Therapeutic Benefits:

  • It brings the mind back into balance during times of anger and grief.
  • Blends nicely with other oils.
  • Gentle and beneficial to the skin, it helps to balance and relieve all skin types.
  • An excellent alternative for ladies experiencing monthly discomfort as well as emotional ups and downs.


Egyptian Geranium Essential Oils (sourced from Egypt)

  • The scent is fresh, green, and floral.

Therapeutic Advantages:

  • Is advantageous to women's reproductive health.
  • Assists in reducing the tension caused by worry and stress.
  • Skincare that is gentle and useful, especially for individuals with aging skin
  • When applied to a face wash or cream, it helps balance the skin and improve the overall complexion.
  • Assists in the relief of muscle and joint pain caused by overexertion.


Check out these geranium diffuser blends and geranium essential oil recipes

  1. Geranium Bath Blend Recipe

Geranium and juniper berry are top choices when dealing with bladder discomfort.

  • 3 drops Geranium Oil
  • 3 drops Juniper Berry Oil
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable glycerin

Directions: Mix ingredients and add the mixture to a warm bath. Swirl blend into bathwater. Carefully get into the bath and enjoy the aromatherapy.

  1. Geranium Diffuser Blend - Summer Hike

Here is a perfect forest blend with pine and citrus fragrances.

  • 4 drops Tsuga (aka Hemlock)
  • 2 drops Geranium essential oil
  • 2 drops Grapefruit essential oil

Directions: Add oils to your diffuser with the recommended water for your diffuser.

  1. Sunshine Roller Blend Recipe

Try this easy-to-apply roller mix with a relaxing blend of essential oils. For a calming sensation, roll onto the arms and upper chest.

  • 3 drops Orange
  • 3 drops Geranium
  • 2 drops Cedarwood
  • Jojoba Oil

Directions: Add essential oils to the 10 ml roller bottle, fill the rest with jojoba oil, and leave enough space for the rollerball insert. Once capped, shake to mix. Be sure to label the bottle with contents—4% dilution.

  1. Aroma Blending Diffuser Blend

Diffuse this uplifting blend of stress-relieving citrus and floral oils at home or work when you're feeling down.

  • 6 drops Sweet Orange essential oil
  • 2 drops Geranium essential oil

Directions: Add oils to your diffuser with the recommended water for your diffuser.






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