Eucalyptus essential oil is dominated by cineole, which gives it a fresh, herbaceous smell. The cineole content can be as high as 80%, so the oil can be quite strong.
The aroma of eucalyptus can dominate a blend so it’s often used alone but it can combine well with frankincense, peppermint, and rosemary and conifer essential oils.
Eucalyptus essential oil is often used in skincare oils, bath blends, home cleaning products, and indoor and outdoor diffusions.
There are so many ways to use essential oils. The suggested uses below are just an introduction to a wide variety of quick tips and recipes available on auracacia.com. Because essential oils are highly concentrated, we recommend diluting them in a carrier product like skin care oil, water, unscented lotion or unscented liquid soap. Follow this guide for safe, effective use.
Quick Tip Mix 24 drops with 2 fluid ounces water in a mist bottle for a clarifying room spray.
Eucalyptus essential oil is generally considered a top note.
Eucalyptus radiata (eucalyptus) oil.