Ingredients Spotlight: Copaiba Oil

Copaiba Oil 

Copaiba essential oil is derived from the resin of the copaiba tree, native to Brazil and other South and Central American countries. Unlike other oils that come from the seed or nut, copaiba oil comes from the sap (lifeblood) of the tree. Copaiba oil generally has a honey-toned, yellow-brown hue and a spicy and woody aroma. It can be ingested, diffused, and applied topically. 

It has numerous health benefits due to its healing, soothing, and therapeutic properties. It also has anti-inflammatory and skin-clearing properties to reduce acne, making it a beneficial ingredient in skincare. 

Skin Benefits 

  1. Nourishing vitamins and minerals that benefit the skin.

  2. Astringent properties tighten and tone skin and muscles, subsequently aiding in preventing wrinkles.

  3. Clarifies and reduces acne.

  4. Beta-caryophyllene, a bioactive in copaiba oil, reduces inflammation and oxidative stress. It also reduces swelling and redness and helps with conditions like Rosacea and Eczema.

  5. Emollient that retains moisture within the skin.

  6. Infuses skin with nutrients and compounds to help reduce the appearance of acne, scarring, and other skin blemishes.

Health Benefits 

  1. Relieves Pain; On top of its anti-inflammatory benefits, copaiba oil can also be applied topically to help alleviate muscle and joint soreness. 

  2. Heals Infections; With its antibacterial and antifungal properties, it can be applied topically to help facilitate skin healing, treat infections, and inhibit bacterial growth. 

  3. Lowers Blood Pressure; When ingested, the soothing properties in copaiba oil have been shown to reduce blood pressure and promote cardiovascular health. 

  4. Uplifts Mood; An essential oil, copaiba oil is often used in aromatherapy to uplift and improve mood and spirits. 

  5. Support a healthy immune, digestive, nervous, cardiovascular, and respiratory system 

Copaiba Oil x Oil Divine 

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