Wild Immortelle (Helichrysum italicum) Essential Oil 5 ml
  • Wild Immortelle (Helichrysum italicum) Essential Oil 5 ml
  • Wild Immortelle (Helichrysum italicum) Essential Oil 5 ml

Wild Immortelle (Helichrysum italicum) Essential Oil 5 ml

22,00 €

Origin Vis, Croatia

Distilled on island Vis, Dalmatia

Helichrysum italicum is arguably one of the greatest gifts of the natural world. The living botanical reflects the earth in its warm aroma and the sun in its golden flowers. Derived from the Greek words helisso (sun) and chrysos (gold), Helichrysum's name is as regal as its essential oil benefits, from remarkable skin regeneration to wound healing and trauma relief. It has the ability to treat wounds on contact and then heal the scars that follow. Unrivaled in its regenerative effects, it is an essential elixir in everyday skincare routines to smooth out the mile markers of our lives as wrinkles reflect our unique journey. Helichrysum is a healing and restorative powerhouse. It soothes inflammation, while also reducing pain with its built-in analgesic properties. It is a multifaceted aid in acute trauma conditions as well as a daily tonic to keep skin healthy.
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Helichrysum has been used since the civilization of Ancient Greece, where it was commonly used after battles. The name is derived from the Greek word helios meaning 'sun' and chrysos meaning 'gold'. The Helichrysum plant's characteristic 'golden' yellow hue lasts long after it has been picked and dried, which garners the names "Immortelle" or "Everlasting".

In traditional Mediterranean medicine, the Helichrysum plant and oil have played significant roles due to their pharmacological benefits. The Helichrysum flower has been prepared in a variety of ways to treat digestive conditions, skin inflammation, health concerns and wound healing. This includes allergies, acne, colds, cough, constipation, indigestion, acid reflux, liver diseases, gallbladder disorders, infections, candida, insomnia, stomachaches, and bloating.



Helichrysum may not be the first to come to mind when thinking about Essential Oils. However, it is a powerhouse emollient and detoxifier, making it a best-kept secret in the skin care industry. The main chemical constituents of Helichrysum Essential Oil include Alpha-Phellandrene, δ-Cadinene, alpha- and beta- pinene, Limonene, Linalool, and Camphene.


VITAMIN A (RETINOL) is believed to:Promote Sebum production on dry scalp, resulting in balanced hydration on the scalp and healthy-looking hair.

Balance Sebum production on oily skin types, promoting cell turnover and exfoliation.

Slow down the loss of collagen, elastin, and keratin in aging skin and hair.

Reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and sunspots.

ALPHA-PHELLANDRENE is believed to:

Possess antifungal properties and prevent the spread of infections.

Slow and prevent the spread of inflammatory cells.

Temporarily relieve tension and soreness when applied topically.

δ-CADINENE is believed to:

Possess potential antioxidant activity, preventing skin and hair from oxidative stress when applied topically.

PINENE is believed to:

Be responsible for Helichrysum's anti-inflammatory properties.

Potentially ease tension in the body when applied topically.

Emit sedative qualities that can help balance the mood.

LIMONENE is believed to:

Act as a potent antioxidant by protecting against cell damage caused by free radicals.

Emit effective anti-inflammatory activity.Improve the scent and taste of cosmetic and skincare formulations.

Act as a soothing ingredient.

LINALOOL is believed to:

Act as a natural anxiolytic, contributing to the soothing qualities of Essential Oils such as Helichrysum, Lavender, and Peppermint.

Soothe redness, itching, and irritation when applied topically.

Help balance emotions and promote vitality.

CAMPHENE is believed to:

Emit soothing, sedative properties.

Act as an effective antioxidant.

Reduce inflammation.