Salvia officinalis essential oil
Salvia officinalis essential oil Salvia officinalis essential oil

Ingredient name

Salvia officinalis essential Oil



Salvia officinalis essential oil

Even sage's Latin name hints at its useful properties since 'salvāre' means 'to save'.

The main active substances of this natural elixir are pinene, cineol, camphor, borneol, tannins, triterpenic acids and phenolic compounds.

Sage essential oil has powerful bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, invigorating, soothing and healing properties. Sage oil can be used to treat small wounds, scratches, burns, dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis. It can also be used as an anaesthetic and antispasmodic agent.

Sage essential oil excellently balances sebaceous gland secretion, drains extra moisture from the tissues and is an effective deodorising remedy.

Why it’s good for your face

  • Tightens the pores and regulates sebum secretion
  • Effectively combats dark circles and puffiness
  • Eliminates acne and skin abscesses

Why it’s good for your hair

  • Regulates sebaceous gland activity
  • Relieves itchiness and inflammation
  • Activates healthy hair growth
  • Makes hair fresh and bouncy

Why it’s good for your body

  • Cleanses and disinfects skin
  • Minimises stretchmarks
  • Effectively combats cellulite
  • Soothes dermatitis prone skin
  • Stimulates regenerative processes of the skin


Intended for outward application. Contraindicated for pregnant and breastfeeding populations

Scientific evidence

[1] Scientific research has shown that sage essential oil has significant antibacterial activity, when extracted from mature plants grown in unpolluted areas.


[2] Another research has IN VITRO proven the antifungal properties of sage essential oil against yeast strains, dermathophytes and aspergilli.


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