- Botanical Name: Cupressus Funebris
- Plant Part: Wood
- Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
- Country of Origin: China
- Aroma: woody, musky, light, earthy, smoky
- Perfumery Note: Middle
- Main Chemical Components: Cis-Thujopsene (27.18%), Widdrol (13.44%), alpha-Cedrene (13.17%),
Specific Benefits of Weeping Cypress Essential Oil:
Feel Balanced and Centered
When applying Weeping Cypress, let the mind and spirit feel completely at ease. Known to be commonly used at high-end Spa resorts, Weeping Cypress Essential Oil has a comforting smokey warmth that can help center the heart and mind as the body relaxes.
Looking to make a relaxing massage oil that can transport the mind to a day at the spa? Try adding Weeping Cypress Essential Oil to a base of Argan Oil for the ultimate relaxing body and massage oil.
Weeping Cypress Essential Oil is incredible for applying to the skin. As an astringent, it can reduce the size of pores, tighten the skin and even out complexion. Weeping Cypress Essential Oil can also add the perfect moisture for a soft and refreshing glow. Because the face can be more sensitive skin, try adding to a carrier oil like Hemp Seed Oil before facial application.
Weeping Cypress Essential Oil is high in Alpha-Cedrene and Thujopsene making it a perfect addition to any soaps, lotions, perfume, toothpaste, air freshener, laundry soap or shampoo for the fresh aroma and strong cleaning properties. While also being incredible for the skin and hair try using this in the bath or shower to soak in all the benefits.
Weeping Cypress Essential Oil is also a great way to keep the bugs at bay. Diffuse on the patio and use when cleaning the home to keep those critters away!
Need a hair pick me up? Because it is high in Alpha-Cedrene, Weeping Cypress can be an antimicrobial and antiseptic for the skin. This can help give strength to hair and promote hair growth by stimulating a healthy scalp. Try using a few drops of Weeping Cypress Essential Oil on the scalp overnight and rinse out in the morning. As the hair continues to grow there can be a significant difference in overall hair health.