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Tangerine oil: A citrusy essential oil with well-rounded uses

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  • Tangerine oil comes from the fruit's outer peel and has a warm, fresh and citrusy aroma. Because of its sweet, tangy scent and calming effect, it's a perfect fit for any early morning ritual
  • It also has cytophylactic properties and aids in restoring damaged tissues in the body. It helps reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks
  • Most citrus oils are known to be phototoxic and that includes tangerine essential oil. It is best to practice caution when exposing to sunlight, real or artificial, within 72 hours after the application

Tangerine originates from China and Japan but got its name from Tangier, a major city in Morocco. It is believed that the first batch of tangerines was shipped to Europe through the port in this city. Tangerine essential oil has an invigorating effect that makes it the best choice for a pick-me-up essential oil. Learn more about tangerine oil in this article.


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