Young Chemist’s Peppermint essential oil is extracted from the peppermint leaves through steam distillation. Peppermint oil has a sharp odor and taste that is cool and refreshing. Peppermint oil is generally used as a flavoring agent in foods and beverages and as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics. Peppermint oil is used for various health conditions and can be consumed in dietary supplements or as a skin cream or ointment.


Blends well with:


Bergamot oil, Lavender oil, Cedar wood oil, Lemon oil, and Lime oil




  • The foremost benefit of peppermint oil is its ability to clean and rejuvenate skin.
  • Peppermint has the main component which is menthol, and it has been used to treat some kinds of pain.
  • Peppermint oil consists of antiseptic and antibacterial benefits that act as a natural agent in clearing acne.
  • Peppermint oil works best when applied with aloe vera to cool the skin and maintain hydration without trapping heat.
  • Peppermint oil works as a cleaning solvent to sanitize and deodorize the environment.





  • Add a couple of drops of oil to one tablespoon of your scalp massage oil.
  • Massage the oil into your scalp. Then leave the treatment on for 15 to 20 minutes and then wash your hair with shampoo.
  • Just apply some drops of peppermint oil to the forehead and temples to relieve the discomfort.
  • Combine 4-5 drops of peppermint oil with a tablespoon of rock salt and two tablespoons of olive oil for a refreshingly natural, restorative facial scrub.
  • Mix a few drops of peppermint oil with a tablespoon of coconut oil and massage over your scalp and through your hair before washing with shampoo.



  • Peppermint oil can cause side effects such as heartburn and it may interact with certain medications. Get in contact with your health care provider before using peppermint oil. So, people with allergic conditions are advised not to use peppermint oil.


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