Introducing Egyptian Geranium: An Ancient Aroma Reborn

In our opinion, Geranium Egypt is one of the most beautiful essential oils in aromatherapy. Geranium is always lovely, but there’s something about Egypt’s climate that produces something subtler and more refined. Chemically, they are virtually the same, and thus so are their properties. Geranium essential oil is often fobbed off as being a poor relation to Rose essential oil, but that sells it short. Spectacularly relaxing, it is a superior oil to use for stress. It is extremely nourishing for the skin, is a wonderful gynecological support as well as having potent antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Truly,  Geranium essential oil can do it all.

Geranium Essential Oil: Uses, Benefits, and Blends

Scientific Name: Pelargonium Graveolens

Origin: Egypt

Plant Part: Leaves

Scent: Floral, rosy and sweet

Color: Golden

Consistency: Middle to thin

Perfumery Note: Middle

Initial Aroma Strength: Moderate

Extraction Method: Steam distillation

Suitable Blending Oils: Geranium essential oil blends well with other flowers like Rose,  Lavender and Chamomile. Lemony smells like Lemon Verbena, lemongrass, and Melissa brings out its beauty. It is lovely  with herbs like Hyssop,  Coriander Leaf,  or Dill. It also blends wells with woods, spices, and resins.

Why not watch Liz’s video - What is Geranium Essential Oil Good For?

Breaking Down the Geranium Essential Oil’s Chemical Components

Citronellol 33.97%

Citronellol creates a sweetly floral aroma. It has mood-enhancing and calming  properties which are believed to uplift the spirit and reduce anxiety. 

Geraniol 13.63%

Geraniol is prized for its sweet and rosy scent. It has potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory qualities, relieves pain, and balances emotions and relaxations. Its pleasant fragrant enriches aromatherapy blends, with a soothing and therapeutic ambiance. Abundant amounts of Geraniol are also present in rose and citronella oils.

Isomenthone 5.95%

Isomenthone’s invigorating scent alleviates fatigue, promotes mental clarity, and can ease headaches. It has refreshing and uplifting qualities that  make it useful for revitalizing the mind and improving concentration. Isomenthone is found in larger concentrations in Peppermint and Spearmint essential oils. 

10-Epi-gamma-eudesmol 4.1%

The properties of 10-Epi-gamma-eudesmol are anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant. These make essential oils that contain it, useful for managing infections,  inflammation, and oxidative stress. It has anti-allergenic properties and is useful for wound healing.  Further research is also exploring its potential as a cancer therapy. 

Linalool 3.79%

Many essential oils contain linalool but it is probably best associated with Lavender and ylang-ylang. Linalool promotes and is an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antidepressant. Oils containing linalool are popular choices for creating serene atmospheres and for enhancing overall well-being.

Geranyl acetate 0.41%

Geranyl acetate is also found in Rose and Lemongrass essential oils. It has a  delightfully fruity and floral aroma and is used for promoting relaxation, reducing anxiety, and enhancing mood. Geranyl acetate also has skin-healing properties. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties are useful for soothing skin irritations,  for promoting cell regeneration and reducing redness. When incorporated into skincare preparations, geranyl acetate can enhance the overall health and appearance of the skin.

Geranyl formate 2.76%

Geranyl formate is found in Lemongrass and Citronella essential oils. It gives a fruity dimension to the  aroma of Geranium essential oil. It has  potential antifungal properties which make it a valuable ingredient in skincare formulations.

Citronellyl formate 7.5%

Research shows that Citronellyl formate has potent antimicrobial actions against a variety of bacteria and fungi.

Guaia-6,9-diene 0.36%

Guaia-6,9-diene is a sesquiterpene hydrocarbon present in essential oils like Guaiac Wood. There is limited research into this molecule but early findings show it to have  anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, however, it is more useful as a pretty perfumery product...

FYI: We also stock a Rose Geranium essential oil grown in China. This is the outline of its main constituents, for ease of comparison only. As you will see, they are very similar. 

    • Linalool 3.09%
    • Isomenthone 5.89%
    • Citronellol 36.71%
    • Geraniol 7.77%
    • Geranial 0.33%
    • Citronellyl formate 1.8%
    • Geranyl formate 1.8%
    • Guaia-6,9-diene 5.44%

Historical Uses of Geranium Essential Oil

Historical Uses of Geranium Essential Oil

Skincare, especially dry skin.

Hormonal balance, especially menstrual problems and menopausal mood.

Stress, particularly regarding romance or money.

Adrenal Tonic.

Styptic, (reduces bleeding).

Circulatory, it is very helpful for hemorrhoids, varicose veins and broken capillaries in the complexion.

Anti-fungal properties

The Energetics of Geranium Essential Oil 

Geranium essential oil is moistening, cooling, and balancing,

It hydrates:

    • Dry skin
    • Vaginal dryness. 
    • Dry, sore eyes (use one drop of Geranium essential oil on a cold compress)

It cools:

    • Hot skin for example from radiotherapy or from sunburn, especially useful if you blend it with some Chamomile,
    • Bee, wasps, and nettle stings or any skin soreness especially when combined with Lavender.


    • Hormones
    • Tempers

Geranium  Essential Oil for Skin

Geranium  Essential Oil for Skin

Geranium essential oil is your best choice for skin treatments if your complexion is normal or dry.

The advice for dry skin is often to use carrier oils to nourish it, but this only confuses the sebaceous glands into ceasing sebum production. A better way to treat the skin is to  add Geranium essential oil to moisturizing bases to hydrate dry skin. Always remember, that dry skin is thirsty skin, it’s not hungry. 

Geranium essential oil nourishes and hydrates the skin beautifully and is wonderful for  facial massage treatments. Your skin adores these treats, as long as you don’t do them more than once a week.  Geranium combines nicely  with Rosehip, Jojoba, Peach Kernel, or Apricot Kernel carrier oils all of which will also nourish the complexion.

Traditionally, Geranium essential oil is also used for making ointments for eczema and dry flaky skin. Its success with eczema might also be because it is so good at soothing stress, which could also be down to its antifungal and antimicrobial nature.

Geranium Essential Oil for Relaxation 

Geranium Essential Oil for Relaxation

There aren’t many essential oils as relaxing and soothing as Geranium essential oil.  It’s the perfect antidote for a difficult day. Thanks to detailed research, we are now beginning to understand what happens in your body when you use Geranium essential oil.

An Iranian trial from 2015 demonstrated the relaxation aspects of Geranium essential oil.

The trial was done between 2012 and 2013, on a maternity ward with a hundred women who were about to go into labor with their first children. They were divided into two groups. The first group inhaled Geranium essential oil as their labor progressed. The other group sniffed a placebo. Their anxiety levels were assessed by questionnaire. The results revealed the Geranium essential group had lower anxiety than those who had been using the placebo. (Fakari, 2015).

Molecules get to your brain very quickly when you inhale an essential oil. But what happens then?

A recent trial monitored the brains of participants who were given 10 different essential oils, with the aid of an EEG.

They sought to follow two different parameters for each essential oil. First, which part of the brain did each essential oil affect - the left or right prefrontal cortex, and second, and second, what changes did it bring about?

Alpha waves are observed in the prefrontal cortex when someone is in a semi-awake state of REM sleep, or as they meditate or have an inner state of peace and stillness. Beta waves in the frontal cortex demonstrate good cognitive performance like being able to make decisions or to evaluate information. 

The brain scans revealed that when someone inhales Geranium essential oil it will stimulate beta waves. (Frequencies between 12 to 30 Hz). These are associated with critical thinking, problem-solving,  focused attention, and engaging in tasks requiring cognitive effort.

However, the test showed that inhaling Geranium essential oil moved brain waves to a Relative Low Beta (RLB) state  which is linked to more relaxed states. This state is seen when someone is concentrating in a relaxed state and is most capable of learning. 

How Does Geranium Essential Oil Make You Feel?

How Does Geranium Essential Oil Make You Feel?

Thoughts and feelings alter depending on whether the left or the right prefrontal cortex is stimulated.

If we are trying to avoid negative situations or to maintain emotional distance, the right prefrontal cortex dominates. It is believed to contribute to down-regulating negative emotions and reducing any ways we might respond to stress negatively. The right prefrontal cortex is associated with balancing emotional reactivity and mood.

However, when the left prefrontal cortex is stimulated, it is associated with a reduction in depressive symptoms and a more balanced mood. Research suggests that increased activity in the left prefrontal cortex may be associated with more positive emotions. Its stimulation is often accompanied by approach-oriented behaviors like engaging in social interactions for example, with seeking rewards and taking initiative. It is believed to be involved in positive decision-making and in motivation.

So, earlier, I said that Geranium essential oil is often described as being a “poor man’s Rose.” Rose activates the right prefrontal cortex. This makes sense because it's good for people who are depressed, especially if they’re grieving.

But Geranium essential oil does more than that.

It affects both left and right prefrontal cortexes and its actions on how it affected brain processing were far more complex and profound.

Stimulating both sides means it has the potential to elevate your mood, get rid of the need to bury your head in the sand or run away, and it gives you the motivation to face things head-on and try and work them out.

So, if you are feeling low, overwhelmed, and down, but you still need to be able to make decisions and concentrate, Geranium essential oil is ideal.

Further, it is useful if you are stressed because of relationship issues, rodent trials demonstrated that citronellol, which is the primary ingredient of Geranium essential oil, possesses anti-conflict properties. (Umezo,2002)

Geranium Essential Oil and Stress

Geranium Essential Oil and Stress

Now, we begin to see how the mind might also affect the body, especially during times of stress. If our thoughts and feelings change, then our bodies often respond to that too. 

In 2019, a Japanese trial proved that inhaling essential oil reduces heart rate and blood pressure. (Masubuchi, 2019).

That’s an obvious outcome but reducing stress has wider physical aspects, most notably on pain. 

In 2002, a study was done to analyze how inhaling Geranium essential oil could affect postoperative pain. Sixty-eight children between 3 and 6 years old, in a pediatrics ward,  were split into two groups. One group worked with Geranium essential oil and were asked to sniff Geranium essential oil when they were first admitted to the ward, then 3, 6, 9, and 12 hours postoperatively.  The other group sniffed a placebo.

On each occasion, the pain scores were taken 30 minutes after they had inhaled their oil. In all cases, Geranium essential oil scores were lower than those who had been given the placebo. (Sirousfard, 2014)

Geranium Essential Oil - A Rejuvenating Essence 

Geranium essential oil also supports healthy adrenal function. This is an extremely useful  essential oil to use if someone has been under stress for a long time. (Karimi, 2023)

During the pandemic, eighty-four nurses who worked in intensive care were given either Sunflower oil (placebo) or Geranium essential oil to inhale. The objective was to see how it affected their levels of fatigue. So, they were given just one drop, to inhale for twenty minutes,  twice a shift, over three consecutive shifts. 

An hour after inhalation, their questionnaires demonstrated significantly lower fatigue scores in those who had been given the Geranium essential oil. (Karimi, 2023)

So…consider Using Geranium Essential Oil in The Bath

So…consider Using Geranium Essential Oil in The Bath

Lavender is often the recommended essential oil to use in the bath for relaxation. 

Excellent advice. 


Lavender’s nature is drying. Eventually,  Lavender baths will dry out your skin. 

Geranium essential oil benefits are relaxing, rejuvenating, and refreshing. You will still be drowsy when you get out of the bath,  but your skin will be nourished rather than being dehydrated.

Geranium essential oil is a great way to balance the drying effects of Lavender.

The Circulatory Effects of Geranium Essential Oil

Massage with Geranium essential oil is soothing, but it’s also fantastic for aches and pains. Specifically, Geranium essential oil supports healthy circulation. Massage  stimulates muscles and their blood supply in its own right, then, Geranium enhances that further.

So, if you have issues with the cold, because of Raynaud’s disease, or have poor circulation in your feet, blend Geranium with something like Ginger, Black Pepper, or Cinnamon essential oils, and you’ll soon be feeling a lot warmer!
In another aspect of circulation problems, it can be useful for varicose eczema. The Geranium essential oil supports healthy skin regeneration as well as circulation. Incidentally, massage is contraindicated over varicose veins, so be careful to only stroke in a very thin lotion. Let the Geranium essential oil do the work without the pummeling. 

Geranium Essential Oil for Hormonal Balance 

Geranium Essential Oil for Hormonal Balance

Aromatherapist and TCM practitioner Peter Holmes describes how Geranium essential oil also regulates menstruation and menopause by balancing estrogen and progesterone deficiency. (Holmes, 2016)

Most aromatherapists would agree.  However, there are still very few trials to verify this. Battaglia gives voice to the frustration of the dearth of research into Geranium essential oil and the female reproductive system:  

“Often studies involve Geranium oil blended with other essential oils and used in massage. Typically in such studies it [is] difficult to ascertain if the effects were from Geranium essential oil or the massage.” (Battaglia, 2018)

Antimicrobial Abilities of Geranium Essential Oil

About 20% of the population naturally carry the staph aureus bacteria in their respiratory tracts. However, causing skin eruptions like pimples impetigo, boils, and abscesses, it can be a very nasty thing. It is also responsible for nasties like pneumonia, meningitis, and septicemia.

Geranium essential oil is active against  staphylococcus aureus in a petri dish. (Bigos, 2017)

Is Geranium  Essential Oil Safe To Use? 

Geranium essential oil is incredibly safe and easy to use. However, there are some situations where people with flame-red hair seem to react to it. Likewise, they seem to react to Geranium plants generally so using Geranium essential oil may not be your best plan if you have an allergy to Geranium plants. 

Like all essential oils though, avoid using Geranium essential oil in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy

Geranium  Essential Oil Uses: For Wholesale Purposes

Geranium  Essential Oil Uses: For Wholesale Purposes


Reviving, relaxing, soothing.


Has a pervasive and strong floral scent.

Natural Perfumery 

Romantic, seductive, charming. 

It's clever blending with Lemon fragrances means it works delightfully in chypres perfumes. It also lightens woody fragrances. 

DIY Recipes with For Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil

DIY Recipes with For Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil

Egyptian Geranium is such a wonderfully versatile essential oil to use in your skincare, toiletries and Natural First Aid Kit. 

For Liz and I, using Geranium is like second nature.  We were brought up on it and have had a lifetime to learn its values and virtues.  No matter where you are in your aromatherapy journey, there is something for everyone here. 

Join us, as we show you how to make a refreshing and lightweight Moisturizer, perfect for any time of the year for hydrating and nourishing your skin beautifully.

Try out our refreshing and soothing Face Spritz when your skin feels hot, parched, or taut. 

For those of you who experience dry flaky skin, dermatitis, eczema, or psoriasis, our 40-year-old ointment recipe has earned its worth and reputation.  

Give our Period Pain Massage Oil a go, it can be very useful for those with Endometriosis. Consider adding 5 drops of Vetiver too to really up the ante. Find out why here - Learning To Live With Endometriosis And How Essential Oils Can Help.

Finally, use our rather sensual Diffuser Blend, lightly floral with Geranium, earthy notes, and rich woods to round off the delicious scent profile.

Shall we crack on?

Egyptian Geranium Lightweight Moisturizer

Egyptian Geranium Lightweight Moisturizer

Egyptian Geranium is just glorious in facial moisturizers and I love that refreshing green scent. I have mixed it here with the more floral Rose Geranium and Palmarosa, which is another green/floral scent reminiscent of Roses. They all balance and harmonize splendidly while supplying your skin with all its wonderful active properties. 

You Will Need:

    • Mixing bowl
    • Stainless steel spoon
    • Silicone spatula
    • Measuring jug and spoons
    • Jar Funnel
    • 100ml Jar
    • Label


Optional - Preservative - follow your manufacturers instructions on how much to add and when in the process.


    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy.


    1. Measure out all of your base ingredients into a mixing bowl.
    2. Combine thoroughly until homogenous.
    3. Add your essential oils and stir well until completely combined. 
    4. Using a jar funnel decant into your jar, using a silicone spatula helps you get every last luscious drop into the jar.
    5. Lid immediately and label, listing all ingredients for safety reasons. 

How To Use: 

    1. Do a 24-48 patch test.
    2. Apply liberally to your face and neck, though it goes a very long way so you don’t need too much.
    3. Work gently into the skin in upward motions, allowing it to fully absorb.
    4. It makes a wonderful base for make-up.

Find plenty of different Moisturizer recipes in How To Make Face Moisturizer With Essential Oils.

Egyptian Geranium - Face Spritz 

Egyptian Geranium - Face Spritz

Try this wonderfully soothing and fragrant Face Spritz with Egyptian Geranium. It is beautiful for cooling and calming your skin, especially if it feels parched, dry, and taut. 

Now, just a note that you will need what you call a ‘Dispersant’, this stops the essential oils from floating on top of the surface and helps to meld them into the fluid. That way you don’t end up with great globs of essential oils on your face! 

You can use just a couple of drops of Castile Soap or a couple of ml of High Proof Alcohol. However, I am not keen on spraying alcohol on my face, as it tends to dry my skin. Witch Hazel helps disperse the essential oils too, so don’t skip that in the recipe. Alternatively, you can consider using a commercial dispersant. 

You Will Need:

    • Measuring jug
    • Stainless steel spoon
    • Funnel
    • 20ml Spray bottle
    • Label


Optional -

Preservative - follow your manufacturer’s instructions on how much to add and when in the process.

Dispersants like Polysorbate 20 or 80 - follow your manufacturer's instructions on how much to add and when in the process.


    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy


    1. First prepare and disperse your essential oils. Use either a couple of drops of Castile Soap or 2 ml of High Proof Alcohol mixed with the Witch Hazel to help disperse the essential oils into the liquid. Alternatively, add a commercial dispersant of your choosing.
    2. Measure all of your ingredients into the measuring jug.
    3. Combine well and make sure all of the essential oils have dispersed (not floating on the top).
    4. Using a funnel for ease, decant into your bottle and prime the pump.
    5. Use the last priming spray to do a 24-48 hour patch test. 
    6. Label listing all of your ingredients for safety reasons.

How To Use: 

    1. Now, exercise some common sense here guys. SHUT YOUR EYES before you spray it on your face.
    2. You are aiming for a light spitz and mist, not to make yourself look like you just emerged from the ocean. 
    3. If you do get it in your eyes, rinse well in clean warm water. If you experience irritation that persists, seek medical attention taking the clearly labeled bottle with you.

If you are wondering if you can use fragrance oils for this project, you can! Find out how in Fragrance Oil Of The Week - Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil.

Egyptian Geranium Ointment

Egyptian Geranium Ointment

This Egyptian Geranium Ointment is perfect if you have dry flaky skin, eczema or psoriasis.  It is deeply rich and will hydrate, nourish, and soothe your skin.

Don’t be scared of the emulsifying wax, it is super simple to use. Just be sure to let your ointment FULLY cool before placing the lid on, any residual heat can make it prone to mold.  A preservative can help mitigate this somewhat.

This is easier if you scale it up and make more jars. If you are going to do this add a commercial preservative too. 

You Will Need:

    • Double boiler
    • Stainless steel spoon 
    • Silicone spatula
    • Measuring jug
    • 100ml jar and lid
    • Label



Preservative - follow your manufacturer’s instructions on how much to add and when in the process.


    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy


    1. In a double boiler set over a low to medium heat, melt your Emulsifying Wax.
    2. Measure the exact amount of water you need into your kettle, allowing a couple of milliliters more, to be lost to steam.
    3. While it is melting, boil your kettle. 
    4. Pour the melted Emulsifying Wax and your boiling water into a food processor, add your carrier oils, and mix, using the pulse setting, until partly combined.  
    5. You don’t want to mix for too long as it introduces air into the mix and it will sink back in your jar.
    6. Add your essential oils and quickly pulse again until evenly distributed.
    7. Decant into a jug and pour into your jar using a jar funnel to help you.
    8. Cover with a clean cloth and allow to set and cool fully.
    9. Add your lid once FULLY cool and label, listing all ingredients for safety reasons. 

How To Use: 

    1. Do a 48-patch test.
    2. Apply to the affected area and massage into the skin very gently.
    3. It’s not unusual to see skin conditions worsen slightly when you first use essential oils. They are simply doing their job and chucking all the toxins and yukky stuff to the surface in one last hurrah. If it seems that may be the case, persist a little. Otherwise, discontinue use. Use your intuition and common sense here.

Are you struggling with dry flaky skin, dermatitis, or eczema? Then pop over to these knowledgeable and informative articles.

Egyptian Geranium Period Pain Massage Oil

Egyptian Geranium Period Pain Massage Oil

Period pains are no fun. They can really ruin your day and bring you down pretty fast. It’s easy to fall into the idea there is little we can do about them other than pop a pill or two. But there is! 

Blend this rather lovely Egyptian Geranium massage oil and the trick is to use it regularly both when you have period pains, but also a week before you are premenstrual. Essential oils can have a cumulative effect and can help over time to reduce certain symptoms. I experienced this for myself with Vetiver (Read more about it here)

This is super simple to make and you can be taking control of your symptoms right away. Empower yourself! 

You Will Need:

    • Measuring jug
    • Stainless steel spoon
    • Silicone spatula
    • Funnel
    • 100 ml bottle
    • Oil-proof label



    • Do not use it in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy


    1. Simply mix all the ingredients together in the measuring jug until fully combined. 
    2. Using a silicone spatula and a funnel, decant into your bottle and get every last drop.
    3. Label, listing all ingredients clearly for safety reasons. 

How To Use: 

    1. Do a 24-48 hour patch test, please.
    2. Warm some of the oil in your hand or in a small bowl and work gently into your abdomen, hips, and lower back. If you have endometriosis, work it down into your thighs as well.

Need a little more guidance? We are here to help. A Beginner's Guide To Essential Oils For Menstrual Cramps.

Diffuser Blend With Egyptian Geranium

Diffuser Blend With Egyptian Geranium

Egyptian Geranium is utterly glorious for Diffuser Blends. It blends readily with other essential oils because of its green and slightly floral notes. 

Pair it with other florals or heavy-hitting woods and it still holds its own. Adding spice notes into the heart space also gives it a new and interesting dimension to scent your home with.

I have chosen a blend that shows you how it can hold its own alongside earthy Patchouli's delicious, rich Amyris. It brings a light touch of greenery and a wisp of floral, without being too feminine.  It is a perfect diffuser blend to use all around the house. 

If you want to ramp up the floral aspects, add a couple of drops of Jasmine or Ylang Ylang for something truly glorious. 

You Will Need:

    • Small measuring jug
    • Stainless steel spoon
    • Small funnel
    • 10ml dropper bottle
    • Oil Proof label



    • Not designed for topical application on the skin. 


    1. Carefully measure out your essential oils and combine them thoroughly in the small measuring jug.
    2. Using a funnel decant into your 10 ml bottle. A good quality silicone spatula can help you get every last precious drop in the bottle.
    3. You must list all of your ingredients and label your bottle as UNDILUTED oils, for safety reasons

How To Use: 

    1. Follow the manufacturer's guidance for your individual diffuser.
    2. Dilute if directed too. 
    3. Do not apply to the skin.

Grab Spring by the blossoms and get your diffuser ‘springing’ into action with Early Bloomers: Perfect Diffuser Blends For Spring.

The Final Word

Hopefully, you have enjoyed this journey discovering Egyptian Geranium essential oil and its myriad of exciting uses.

Use it for hot, dry, flaky, and irritated skin in need of hydration, especially after sunburn or radiotherapy. Balance your hormones, menopausal mood, and temper, when you feel out of kilter or hormonal-related stress and pain are getting the better of you.

Harness the stress-relieving actions when you are worrying about money or your love life. It is a wonderful tonic for your adrenals that take a bit of a bashing through stressful periods. Use it to help you focus and concentrate when you need it most.

Boost your circulation and use it for circulatory issues like hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and broken capillaries in your complexion. Make the most of its antifungal capabilities and don’t forget it is an amazing essential oil for stopping bleeding with its styptic actions. I have a bottle in my own Natural First Aid Kit for this very reason. 

Have a go at using Egyptian Geranium in our exciting recipes and make our lovely light Moisturizer, and cooling and refreshing Face Spritz to hydrate and soothe your skin. Make our Ointment for dry flaky skin and try it for eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.

Given that Egyptian Geranium has such active benefits for balancing our hormones and helping us relax and potentially experience less pain, it is the perfect choice for our soothing Period Pain Massage Oil.

Finally, try out our relaxing and comforting Diffuser Blend with Egyptian Geranium. It’s one to use time and again to unwind, kick back, and relax into bliss. 

Jump in and discover this amazing essential oil. We are sure however you choose to use Egyptian Geranium, you won’t be disappointed, it is one of our favorites here at VINEVIDA.


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