Woodsy essential oils come to us from different species of trees, like cedarwood, sandalwood and pine. In aromatherapy, these oils tend to get recognised for their freshness and their ability to positively impact the mind by providing clarity and stillness.

Walking through the forest can be one of the most refreshing moments in a day. The crisp, outdoorsy-fresh scent of the trees, the sounds of nature all around. Without even realizing you’re doing it, you’re breathing deeply, your mind feels clear and your mood has boosted. That’s the power of nature at work! Many people experience woodsy essential oil blends as recharging and ultimately calming, whether they’ve breathed in their powerful aromatic benefits, or experienced the products being applied to the body.

  • SANDALWOOD Sacred Sandalwood essential oil is steam distilled from the wood of Santalum album, also known as Indian sandalwood. 
  1. Has a rich, woodsy, grounding aroma
  2. Moisturizes skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  3. Reduces the appearance of uneven skin tone and blemishes
  4. Sustainably cultivated at our partner farm in Australia
  5. May improve the overall appearance of skin
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  • CEDARWOOD Young Living’s Cedarwood essential oil is steam distilled from the bark of Cedrus atlantica, a close relative to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon, or Cedrus libani. 
  1. Has a grounding, soothing, woodsy aroma
  2. Creates a tranquil environment when diffused to help wind down at the end of the day
  3. Helps maintain the appearance of youthful skin and healthy-looking hair
  4. Can be used to help fend off outdoor annoyances
  5. Has skin-cleansing and naturally deodorizing properties
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  • PINE There are over 126 species of pine trees. Young Living’s Pine essential oil comes from Pinus sylvestris.
  1. Has a fresh, woodsy aroma
  2. Shares many of the same properties as Eucalyptus Globulus; the action of both oils is enhanced when blended together
  3. Pairs well with other essential oils such as Peppermint, Lavender, and Eucalyptus
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  • JUNIPER Juniperus osteosperma, the tree that Juniper essential oil comes from, is also known as the Utah Juniper.
  1. Has a sweet, woodsy aroma
  2. May reduce the appearance of blemishes
  3. May improve the appearance of skin when applied topically
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