Iris is a perennial plant with beautiful violet flowers, and its name is derived from the Greek goddess Iris, the rainbow goddess. Known as a very expensive essential oil, it is mainly used to enjoy the aroma.
|Botanical name||Iris pallida, Iris germanica, Iris florentina|
|Origin||Mediterranean coast such as Italy and Morocco|
|Principal component||Ketones (-γ-iron, α-iron), etc.|
|Extraction Method||steam distillation|
|Plant parts used||Roots|
|Strength of aroma||Strong|
|Smell||Floral scent like soap bubbles.|
|Oil Blends Well||Very well with essential oils from earthy such as sandalwood, wood, and resin|
|Main benefits||Relaxing, purifying, whitening, etc.|
|Use||Fragrant bath, scenting of handmade cosmetics, etc.|
|Cautions||Since it contains ketones, it is highly irritating to the skin. Please refrain from applying undiluted solution or high-concentration essential oil to the skin.
Also, if you are pregnant, please avoid using it.