Bay leaves are used in cooking all over the world. Bay leaves are placed in boxes of figs to keep away weevils; and a leaf or two in jars of flour or pulses will similarly discourage insects at home.
Laurel essential oil has been and still is used in bath lotions, and in antiseptic soaps, as well as in food flavouring, and perfumery.
In veterinary practice, it is included in cleansing ointments for farm animals.
This oil is steam distilled in the most natural way possible producing a therapeutic grade oil. It is mixed with a base oil to make it suitable for direct use.
Smell: fruity, fresh, yet spicy aroma.
INCI : Laurus nobilis leaf oil.
CAS No. : 8007-48-5
Steam distilled Laurel Leaf Oil. This oil has a cleansing fresh and fruity smell. Used in the manufacturing of soap detergents, and disinfectants. Therapeutic Grade. Without solvents, chemicals, or alcohol.
Used as after shave