- High quality peppermint oil for aromatherapy, hair and skin health, and natural repellant activity
- Beneficial oil has a potent, lasting smell
- Outmatches other oils that often have an alcohol or chemical scent
- For diffuser, burner, or topical use
- Repels mice, other rodents, and insects
- Can be used indoors at home or at work
- Lessens fatigue and irritability
- Promotes relaxation
- Comes with a pipette for your convenience
Ingredients Concern: None discovered
Cons: Individuals who are pregnant, nursing, or under a healthcare professionals care, should consult a physician before use, Sun Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care
The topical application of peppermint oil is well-known for lessening itching, muscle tension, and headache [1-3].
It also soothes scalp irritation and supports hair growth . Its antimicrobial properties also promote skin health [5, 6].
The scent of peppermint oil is also a repellent for various organisms .
Aromatherapy [1-2]; Skin and hair health [2-4]; Repellant activity 
The menthol in peppermint helps target headaches and other types of pain by promoting relaxation [1, 2].
Research also shows that the topical application of peppermint oil reduces the severity and duration of itching .
In addition, peppermint oil promotes a dramatic increase in dermal thickness, follicle number, and follicle depth as well as the heightened production of proteins associated with hair growth .
Peppermint oil has demonstrated the ability to disrupt the production of bacterial toxins for certain strains such as Staplylococcus aureus . It also demonstrates some antifungal activity towards Candida yeast .
Peppermint oil also repels various organisms due to its monoterpinoids, which function as fumigants .
Key Ingredients: Peppermint oil (Mentha Piperita) The % was not listed
All Ingredients: Peppermint oil (Mentha Piperita)
For aromatherapy use only. For diffuser, burner, or topical applications. For all other uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, olive, or almond oil prior to use. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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2. Khalaf MHG, Chowdhary S, et al. Impact of Peppermint Therapy on Dysphagia and Non-cardiac Chest Pain: A Pilot Study. Dig Dis Sci. 2019;64(8):2214-2218.
3. Elsaie LT, El Mohsen AM, et al. Effectiveness of topical peppermint oil on symptomatic treatment of chronic pruritus. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2016;9:333-338.
4. Oh JY, Park MA, Kim YC. Peppermint Oil Promotes Hair Growth without Toxic Signs. Toxicol Res. 2014;30(4):297-304.
5. Li J, Dong J, Qiu JZ, et al. Peppermint oil decreases the production of virulence-associated exoproteins by Staphylococcus aureus. Molecules. 2011;16(2):1642-54.
6. Rajkowska K, Kunicka-Styczy≈Ñska A, Maroszy≈Ñska M. Selected Essential Oils as Antifungal Agents Against Antibiotic-Resistant Candida spp.: In Vitro Study on Clinical and Food-Borne Isolates. Microb Drug Resist. 2017;23(1):18-24.
7. Lee SE, Peterson CJ, Coats JR. Fumigation toxicity of monoterpenoids to several stored-product insects. J Stored Prod Res. 2003;39:77-85.