INGREDIENTS | TRACE COMPONENTS IN ESSENTIAL OILS

BENZYL SALICYLATE

BENZYL SALICYLATE

Benzyl salicylate is a naturally occurring compound found in some essential oils, especially those derived from flowers such as jasmine, hyacinth, and ylang-ylang. 

It contributes to the floral, sweet scent of essential oils, enhancing their aroma.

Benzyl salicylate can be found in varying concentrations in different essential oils, depending on the plant source and extraction method. For example, jasmine oil and Ylang Ylang oil contain benzyl salicylate.

As a potential skin sensitizer, it has the potential to cause allergic reaction in some individuals.

Performing a patch test is a simple yet effective way to ensure that the products you use are compatible with your skin.

If you have sensitivity concerns or prefer to avoid essential oils, feel free to explore many of our products without essential oils to find the best fit for your skincare routine.