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Cedarwood Atlas

Cedrus atlantica

The Atlas Cedarwood tree, from which the oil is derived, grows in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. The essential oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation from the wood of the Cedarwood tree. It is cherished for its distinctive woody scent, which is both grounding and calming.

A Historical Journey

The story of Cedarwood is one that travels through time and across cultures. In Ancient Egypt, the wood of the Cedarwood tree, including Atlas Cedarwood, was highly valued not just for its fragrance but also for its preserving qualities. The ancient Egyptians used Cedarwood in their embalming practices, as its oil was believed to preserve the mummies. Moreover, Cedarwood oil was a luxury item, used in cosmetics and perfumery, and was often associated with the nobility.

The spiritual significance of Cedarwood has also been recognized by various cultures. In ancient Sumeria and Tibet, Cedarwood was revered for its purifying properties and was often used in religious ceremonies to cleanse the space and the spirit. The aromatic scent of Cedarwood was believed to connect one with the divine.

In traditional medicine, such as Ayurveda, Cedarwood was often used for its therapeutic properties. Its antiseptic and antiinflammatory qualities made it popular in treating respiratory and skin conditions. The ancient practitioners recognized the healing power of Cedarwood and utilized it in various herbal remedies.


  1. Stress Relief and Relaxation: Its calming properties make it a popular choice for aromatherapy practices aimed at reducing stress and promoting relaxation.

  2. Skin Health: Atlas Cedarwood oil has antiseptic properties, which make it useful for treating minor wounds, acne, and other skin irritations.

  3. Respiratory Relief: It can be used as a decongestant and expectorant and is often used in home remedies for coughs and colds.

  4. Hair Growth: Cedarwood Atlas oil can stimulate hair follicles and increase circulation to the scalp, contributing to hair growth and decreasing hair loss.

  5. Natural Insect Repellent: It acts as a natural insect repellent, making it a good alternative to chemical-based products.

Uses of Atlas Cedarwood Essential Oil

  1. Aromatherapy: Add a few drops to a diffuser to create a calming atmosphere and relieve stress.

  2. Skincare Products: It can be added to creams, soaps and lotions to benefit the skin.

  3. Hair Care: Mix with a carrier oil and massage into the scalp to promote hair growth.

  4. Homemade Remedies: It can be used in homemade cough syrups and balms to relieve respiratory issues.

  5. Insect Repellent: Combine with water in a spray bottle to create a natural insect repellent.

As with any essential oil, it is important to use Atlas Cedarwood essential oil with caution. Always dilute it with a carrier oil before applying it to the skin and consult a healthcare provider before using it for therapeutic purposes, especially on children or pregnant women.

Goodies with Cedarwood Atlas


Scented with Lemongrass and Cedarwood essential oils (?? smells heavenly! ?). Made with white and red clays for their purifying qualities and gentle cleansing. I’m so happy to re-introduce Amour to you! Love is all we need! ❤️❤️❤️


Oat Latte

Silky smooth oat mylk soap with a layer of exfoliating coffee grounds on top. An addition of oat proteins makes it an extremely gentle soap, great for sensitive skin. It’s even creamier than our other bars (which seems almost impossible to beat, I know!) and scented with sweet orange and cedarwood essential oils. This combination will wrap you in a blanket of notes of vanilla, mylk, and orange.


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