100% pure essential oil
The aroma is slightly woody, sweet, balsamic. The meditative nature of the oil promotes creative energy, harmonises and calms the mind.
A popular fixative in perfumery.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
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To ensure maximum results every time, we make our essential oils from plants that come from the best sources around the world. We select our ingredients with an emphasis on scientific knowledge, historical wisdom, the legacy of our ancestors and practical results.
We check the exact composition and quality of essential oils at a unique level in our laboratory in Ostrava. For more information on the methods by which we discover the secrets of these unique gifts of nature, se you could find out here .
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AMYRIS (WEST INDIAN SANDALWOOD OIL)
The woody, soft, tenacious scent of amyris essential oil evokes a pleasantly warm atmosphere. Due to its slightly sedative nature, it has also become anexcellent relaxation and meditation aid. It also encourages openness and fosters creative energy.
In perfumery, it is a very popular fixative that perfectly complements other fragrances. It has an irreplaceable place in the care of problematic, dry and aging skin.
100% PURE ESSENTIAL OIL FROM THE BARK OF THE AMYRIS TREE
Amyris (Amyris balsamifera) is a citrus tree growing up to eight metres tall. The resulting essential oil is extracted from its bark by a gentle process, steam distillation.
DID YOU KNOW THAT?
Amyris is also nicknamed as Indian sandalwood because of its similarity to the scent of true sandalwood (Santalum album). However, these two tree species are not botanically related and the resins obtained from them have different chemical properties. Amyris essence is therefore not a full-fledged substitute in aromatherapy.
Amyris essential oil is a natural cocktail of hundreds of biologically active substances. However, a substance called Valerianol is considered pivotal.
BENEFITS OF AMYRIS ESSENTIAL OIL
For deep meditation
Amyris essential oil is an indispensable meditation aid for its relaxing and releasing energy. Its scent** evokes feelings of calm and helps to relieve unpleasant tension.** It also encourages openness and fosters creative energy.
Due to its earthy scent, amyris essential oilis popular in the production of perfumesto which it is added to stabilise fragrance blends. It is especially suitable for men's perfume compositions and has a mild aphrodisiac effect. It blends well with benzoin, cardamom, frankincense, sandalwood or patchouli, for example. A few drops can also be added to diffusers, homemade soaps and body oils.
Skin care ritual
Amyris essential oil is a common ingredient in cosmetic products designed for dry, aging, but also problematic skin. Diluted with a carrier oil,it can brighten and even skin tone.
BENEFITS OF AMYRIS ESSENTIAL OIL IN A NUTSHELL
- Suitable for relaxation and meditation
- Stimulates creativity and intuition
- In perfumery it is used as a fragrance fixative
- When diluted with a carrier oil, it can also be applied to the skin and dermis
- Blends well with benzoin, cardamom, frankincense, sandalwood or patchouli, for example
- DILUTION ON APPLICATION TO THE SKIN
- Always dilute the essential oil thoroughly with BEWIT carrier oil before applying to the skin.
DILUTION NECESSARY WHEN APPLIED TO THE SKIN
Always dilute the essential oil thoroughly with „BEWIT carrier oil“ before applying to the skin
|. Number of drops*||Amount of carrier oil[ml]|
|10ml oil perfumes||1||10|
|50ml skin serums and creams||8||50|
|100ml skin serums||16||100|
|200ml body and massage oils||33||200|
*1 drop of essential oil = approx. 0.05 ml
- 10ml oil perfume – ROLL-ON glass bottle „clear“: [https://bewit.love/…-cira-10-ml/], dark, blue
- 50ml skin serums and creams – dark glass bottle with pump, with spray, clear glass jar clear, dark
- 100ml body mixture – dark glass bottle with pipette, dropper
- 200ml massage oil – dark glass bottle with pipette, dropper
- And other vialsand jars.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY
In the shadow of sandalwood
Because of its flammable resin, amyris wood is traditionally used to make torches. For a long time it was mistaken for sandalwood until the end of the seventeenth century, when it was discovered that it was a botanically completely different tree.