The oil has a disinfecting and antifungal nature, so it would work well in foot creams and gels, as well as powders for trainers to stop athlete’s foot.
As a rubefacient, it will slightly redden the skin as it boosts the circulation. This can be beneficial for lacklustre, congested skin.
Use in small amounts in stimulating shampoos to help oxygenate the hair follicles. This can encourage hair growth as it also boosts the circulation.
Very effective in blends for massage as it relieves mental and physical fatigue.