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Can I use lemongrass essential oil without diluting it?

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Undiluted use of essential oil is not recommended. Even a drop can cause sensitization and remember, sensitization is forever. It’s just not worth the risk.

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Answered on September 26, 2019 9:48 am
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No. You can end up developing a permanent sensitivity towards lemongrass. Diluting it with a carrier oil can actually result in better absorption of lemongrass. Carrier oil also help in keeping your skin supple where essential oils can dry it out.

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I used undiluted essential oil on my skin about 5 years back and ended up developing sensitivity to lemongrass. Now I cannot tolerate any kind of lemongrass! Trust me, you do not want this, especially since it seems to be everyone’s favorite oil!

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