Florame African Geranium Organic Essential Oil, 5ml


12 in stock

Pelargonium graveolens

SKU: 3.51617E+12 Categories: , Tags: ,


The African type geranium is cultivated mainly in Egypt but also in South Africa, India and Morocco. It is very close to the Bourbon type.

The essential oil is obtained from the distillation of the heart-shaped leaves and the fragrant stems.

The essential oil of Geranium Africa is appreciated for its relaxing and cleansing properties . It is used on the skin for its regenerating and purifying effect. Product of: France

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
Country of Origin

North Africa


Orgainic African Geranium

How to Use

Dilute between 0.5% and 1% for the face and between 1% and 2% for the body in a FLORAME vegetable oil and apply in light massage morning and / or evening.


Keep away from sunlight and heat.


Do not use in pregnant or breastfeeding women or in children under 7 years old. Do not use in people with a history of seizures and / or allergic to essential oils. Consult a doctor for any therapeutic indication or any oral treatment.



Flormae Office Banner 1920x1275 1

Florame’s expertise:

  1. Organic or wildcrafted: Guarantees traceability from the producer to finished products.
  2. >30 years expertise, since 1990: 3 decades of experience in organic essential oil industry.
  3. Ancestral wisdom: Extracting highest therapeutic grade essential oils using wisdom passed down through generations.
  4. Quality control: In house lab to ensure the highest standard is upkept.
  5. Proudly France: Located in St.Remy de Provence, the heart of France.
  6. Botanically & biochemically defined: The highest quality standard for therapeutic grade essential oils, complying with rigorous standards in tracing their: • Geographical origin • Botanical descriptions • Organoleptic characteristics • Extraction mode • Full physical & chemical analyses


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Florame African Geranium Organic Essential Oil, 5ml”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *