INGREDIENT

Cade Oil

Juniperus oxycedrus

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Cade Oil
Cleansing and soothing
6
Products with this ingredient

The strong smoky and woody scent of pure cade oil might repel a few noses, but when expertly dosed it can actually give perfumes great depth. Moreover, its potent anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties have made it a recognised remedy to treat dandruff and soothe many kinds of skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

Description

Description

Juniper is a plant genus of the cypress family. Of this genus, two shrubs have become popular in cosmetics and perfumery: the Juniperus communis, whose berries are distilled for their essential oil, and the Juniperus oxycedrus from which cade oil (also called juniper tar) is extracted.

Cade oil is produced by distillation of the wood. The resulting paste is left to sit for 15-20 days, after which it will have separated into three layers - a bottom layer of tar-like substance, an aqueous layer and an upper layer of essential oil, which we use.

Cade Oil can be found in these products
6
Products with this ingredient
Cade Oil can be found in these products
Soak And Float shampoo bar
Shampoo Bar
Keep a clear, calm head
£8.00
55g
They're Gone!
The All Good Things perfume
Solid Perfume
Sensual, sweet and smoky
£10.00
6g
breath of god perfume in 100ml glass bottle
Perfume
Infinite. Divinely enlightened.
£30.00
30ml
Breath Of God washcard
Wascard
Neroli, cedarwood and vertivert
£2.00
Each