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1A fragrant tropical Indian grass related to citronella and lemongrass. It is cultivated for the essential oil it yields, which is used in perfumery and aromatherapy.
- ‘The total oil yield of palmarosa increased by 22.6%.’
- ‘Many herbs, including palmarosa, are used in natural remedies harnessing the power of herbal material.’
- 1.1The essential oil obtained from palmarosa.
- ‘Bring moisture to dry skin-using essential oils of palmarosa, rosewood or sandalwood.’
- ‘The essential oils of palmarosa, jasmine, sandalwood, and orange blossom hydrate the face to help hold in natural moisture.’
- ‘Add five drops of an essential oil that benefits the complexion, such as lavender, geranium, or palmarosa.’
- ‘Palmarosa may help to boost cellular regeneration in the skin, which may help smooth wrinkles and may even tone up crepey skin on the neck.’
- ‘Use Palmarosa pure essential oil to treat dry skin, acne and wrinkles.’
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