Among the properties and benefits of myrrh essential oil, we find that it is ideal in cases of cracked and striated skin, for treating wounds and eczema, as well as for reducing wrinkles.
Myrrh is an aromatic resinous substance with medicinal properties that is thousands of years old. Myrrh was one of the first medicines with hieroglyphic notation in use during ancient Egyptian times that represented its many uses.
With its characteristic balsamic and bitter perfume, this essential oil is ideal for repairing damaged, chapped skin on the body. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, it will help restore the uniform appearance of your skin.
Myrrh is obtained by making an incision in the bark of the Commiphora myrrha tree, characteristic of the eastern part of the Mediterranean, from which exudes a gummy, yellow resin that, when dried, has irregular shapes and a reddish-brown hue. This resin is processed into the extract and essential oil of myrrh that we use in our dressing table.