• Diffuse in a room to elevate mood
• Use to clean kitchen or bathroom areas
How It Works
Crisp and Clean
The clean, zesty aroma of lemon has a remarkable cleansing effect on body and home. Lemon essential oil has a mouth-wateringly juicy fragrance that evokes sunshine in a bottle. It takes 3,000 lemons to make 1 kilo (roughly two pounds) of essential oil. That means one drop of oil is equal to 20 lemons! Stimulating and versatile, Lemon oil provides a burst of freshness for a variety of household uses.
100% pure Citrus x limon peel oil. Cold pressed.
Essential oils may be used aromatically or topically in a variety of ways including diffusers, massage, compresses, baths, scrubs, lotions and sprays. Essential oils should be diluted with Nature’s Sunshine Massage Oil or Carrier Oil before applying topically.
“We used 10 drops of Lemon Essential Oil for each gallon as we cleaned our carpets today. It was amazing how it brightened up the rug and helped pull stains out….and what a fresh smell! We got daring and decided to use Lavender Oil for the bedroom and it was great! I also noticed that by having the Lemon EO in the solution, there was not a problem with foaming in the dirty water.” Happy Housekeeper in Georgia
No Pets Odors in My Kitchen and No Bleach
“I just mopped the kitchen floor in a gallon of water, a squirt of Sunshine Concentrate and 7 drops of Lemon Essential Oil. I really like using bleach because it disinfects, since I have a dog and cats, but I know it is so bad for me and them, so I’m trying the Lemon Oil which smells so wonderful that it makes my mouth water! A really nice benefit is that the floor is not sticky or slippery which is the typical problem with chemical floor cleaners and the bleach leaves a residue that I have to rinse off. No rinsing with Sunshine Concentrate and Lemon Oil. It sure is nice to smell lemon and feel refreshed after mopping the floor instead of dazed out from chemical vapors.” Robin
Dilute the oils in 2 T. Massage Oil or vegetable oil
Smell Gone from Shower!
“We have an old shower and there was a smell that I just couldn’t get rid of no matter what I tried. I even used Tea Tree Oil and Pine Oil without much success. I then tried using Lemon Oil along with the Baking Soda I had tried and it was a perfect match! I now put 3-4 T. of baking soda on the ledge along with 10 drops of Lemon Oil and dip in there as I wash the shower. Keeps the odor away till I clean again about a week or so later. Finally a solution and naturally, of course!” Susan C.
Due to immune stimulating properties, Lemon Essential Oil should not be used topically on people who have an autoimmune disease.