Aromatherapy for Body, Mind & Spirit

Amber Resin Oil Uses and Benefits

Amber Resin Oil Uses and Benefits

Amber Resin Oil Uses and Benefits

Amber Resin Oil Properties (Pinus succinifera) 

Powdery, warm, smoky, scent.

  • 100% Pure, Concentrated, Undiluted
  • Therapeutic Quality
  • Dry Distillation of Fossil Resin
  • Country of Origin: India

Amber Resin Oil Packaged

Amber glass bottle with Euro dropper. Tamper proof safety seal. Shrink wrapped.

Background Information on Amber Resin Oil

Amber resin oil is derived directly from the fossilized resin.  Amber has been used around the world for jewelry due to its color and appearance. When Amber is crushed, it turns into a powder that has a warming aroma. It is then mixed with a carrier oil to create what is sometimes referred to as an essential oil. It is often blended with other essential oils so there are a variety of scents of products sold as Amber oil.

Amber Resin Oil Uses and Benefits

Amber oil can be used to provide a variety of health benefits. The aroma, when used in a diffuser, is capable of providing a good night sleep.

Amber oil is able to provide a variety of skin benefits. This includes being used to clean the pores. It has anti-aging properties and may rejuvenate the skin. It is capable of improving elasticity and treating skin conditions such as acne and eczema.

Some people have been able to relieve heart palpitations with the use of Amber oil.

Many claim that the amber oil is capable of spicing up their love life by acting as an aphrodisiac.

Amber oil has also been able to treat muscle aches and pains due to its analgesic properties.

Amber oil encourages harmony and balance and helps to calm the mind.

Amber Resin Oil Uses and Benefits / Suggestions & Blends

Amber resin oil blends well with orange, frankincense, and lemon.  

Dilute with carrier oil for direct skin contact.

  • For massage, amber resin oil can be mixed with a carrier oil and massaged into the skin.
  • For a steam bath, mix a few drops of amber resin oil into hot water.
  • For relaxation, add 2 drops each of amber and lavender essential oils into a diffuser.
  • For perfume, mix a few drops of amber with benzoin as the base. Add 2 drops of vanilla.

Amber Resin Oil Safety Tips

Amber resin oil is safe and nonsensitive, but should not be taken internally.

Amber Resin Oil Reviews

“I really like the scent of this oil. It’s very strong and more woody/earthy than the typical amber that I’m used to, but I still like it. I have it in a diffuser in my car and it smells really nice and lasts a long time. This bottle should last me a very long while. :)” – A.A.

“Very Good.” – B.S.

“I’m enjoying the product.” – L.A.K.

“I have ordered three unusual oils from this seller. I have been happy with all of them. Always prompt shipping and well packaged. Thank you” – M. T.

“Excellent choice in Amber oil. I will definitely re-order when necessary and recommend this product to others seeking such.” – K.M.

“Speedy transaction and well packed item as described by company. A+” – K.P.

“Excellent, pleasure to do business with!” – D. Johnson

“Amazing scent!! Great quality!! Will buy again for sure!! Thanks!!” – B.C.

“This amber roll on is smooth, strong and earthy. Sweet smelling and lasts all day. Intriguing to the senses.” – DonJon

References

ResinAmber
Botanical NamePinus succinifera
SourceFossili resin
Country of OriginIndia
Method of DistillationDry
CAS No.8002-67-3