Benefits of Peppermint Essential Oil Nobody Told You

Peppermint essential oil is extracted from an aromatic herb Peppermint that is known for its distinct fragrance and medicinal value. The oil is rich in vitamins A & C, minerals, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and copper. It also contains methanol that helps soothe discomfort. What most of the people don’t know is that it is extremely good for the skin. Here we will discuss 5 benefits of peppermint essential oil that nobody told you before.

Brightens the Skin

As mentioned earlier, peppermint essential oil has methanol which brightens up dull, lifeless skin and thus leaving a glow. The oil penetrates deep into the skin  and brightens it. Adding a few drops into your daily beauty regime is easy and effective in helping you to achieve radiant skin.

Controls Acne

Acne, ugh! What a spoiler! baimeni has a few goodies for acne which include our Honey Face Mask and Cleanser, Apple Cider Vinegar with the Mother and Aloe Vera Toner and our Eye & Face Serum with Hyaluronic Acid just to name a few.

However, did you know that Peppermint Essential Oil is safe and helps to clear the acne from its root? The Peppermint Essential Oil does this by controlling the secretion of excess oil and prevents the clogging of pores.

Hydrates the Skin

One of the best benefits of peppermint essential oil is that it hydrates the skin from within. The oil penetrates deep into the skin and moisturises it. Moreover, it also produces a protective layer on the skin that locks all the moisture inside.

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Hydrates A Dry Scalp

Since peppermint oil is known to have astringent properties, it helps to normalise the sebum secretion and cools the scalp. Your scalp and hair won’t feel greasy anymore with regular application of this oil.

On the other hand, the pH balance formula in peppermint oil is beneficial for the opposite kind of hair and scalp problems too! Its moisturising properties help in treating dry scalp and dandruff so that you get beautiful hair and problem-free scalp. It heals the scalp and prevents itching too. Why do you think so many shampoos include mint as a key ingredient?  


Using peppermint oil in small amounts is considered to be safe, but in few people there may be allergic reactions. There may be mild skin irritation like itching or redness. Perform a patch test to find out if you are sensitive to this essential oil before using it.

Since it contains menthol, usage of large quantities can result in skin damage.
Pure peppermint oil is highly concentrated, and hence it should be mixed with a carrier oil before applying it to the skin.


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  • charli : December 11, 2017
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