Magnolia Touch Oil Blend Roll On | doTerra 10mL

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Steam-distilled from the sturdy petals of the magnolia flower, Magnolia Touch essential oil blend has a fruity, floral aroma that creates a relaxing atmosphere. Like Lavender and Bergamot essential oils, Magnolia oil primarily contains linalool.

The magnolia flower is a well-traveled flower, with species scattered throughout South Asia, the Pacific, and North America. Also known as “white champaca” or “white jade orchids,” magnolia flowers have been used in Chinese traditional wellness practices for centuries.

Expertly combined with Fractionated Coconut Oil, Magnolia Touch oil blend is moisturizing and soothing to the skin. Add it to your daily routine to keep the skin clean and hydrated or use it as a refreshing personal aroma.


Primary Benefits

  • Magnolia Touch essential oil blend provides a calming, relaxing aroma.  
  • Magnolia Touch oil blend may keep the skin clean and healthy-looking. 
  • Magnolia Touch essential oil blend soothes and comforts the skin. 


Fractionated Coconut Oil

doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil is a natural carrier oil that readily absorbs into the skin, making it ideal for topical delivery. Its feather-light emollient effect provides a soothing barrier without clogging the body’s pores, making it an excellent moisturizer for dry or troubled skin. It leaves the skin feeling silky smooth and non-greasy, unlike other vegetable carrier oils. Fractionated Coconut Oil is completely soluble with all essential oils and is colorless, odorless, and stain-free.


Magnolia Essential Oil

A coveted ingredient in luxury perfumes, magnolias are indulgent tropical flowers with several impressive benefits. Magnolia essential oil is steam-distilled from fresh petals.

Flowers are handpicked from the tree and then spread out to dry for a few hours before distillation. Magnolia flowers can be harvested twice a year: in the summer and again in the late fall or early winter.

Magnolia trees were once quite large. Traditionally, farmers harvesting the flowers had to erect scaffolding around the trees to access and pick the flowers. At some point, the trees were cultivated to be shorter so the flowers were easier to pick.

The trees are planted in giant wooden or cement containers. Once they mature, the trees are replanted in the ground. The trees continue to grow, but they grow out rather than up, which makes harvesting easier, safer, and quicker.

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