From July to September.
Commonly known as:
Mentha Piperita Oil (INCI), English mint.
Europe (United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, former Yugoslavia, Greece, Italy, Romania, France, Portugal, Spain), Siberia (Russia), Australia, New Zealand, North America (Canada, United States), Morocco, Egypt, China, India.
Anti-inflammatory, soothing, anti-bacterial, refreshing, tonic, anti-fungal, decongestant, purifying, stimulating, astringent.
Menthol, menthone, eucalyptol, menthyl acetate, linalool, limonene, menthofuran, pulegone, 1,8-cineole, isomenthone, neomenthol, beta-caryophyllene, trans-thuyanol-4, octanol, piperitone, menthene, pinene, phellandrene, cadinene, terpinene, pulegone, piperitone, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene.
Density = 0.901-0.916.
Appearance: Lipid and mobile liquid; Colour: Colourless to pale greenish-yellow; Odour: Characteristic, minty.
Part of the plant extracted:
All skin typologies, especially skin prone to redness and irritated, acne-prone, and dull skin; All hair typologies, especially oily, irritated scalps prone to oily dandruff; Recommended for heavy legs and to relieve sunburn and irritation.