INCI (Pimenta dioica). Allspice, like clove, contains the natural, aromatic ingredient of eugenol. Herbalists have used allspice to relieve toothaches, treat bad breath, and to remove foot odor. Allspice can be added to natural toothpaste recipes, and in herbal foot baths. Allspice is typically known as a spice used in cooking to improve taste, aid in digestion of food, and to prevent gas.
Country of Origin: Jamaica
Uses in Cosmetics, Soap, Ect.:
1. Allspice can be added to cold process soaps at slight trace to provide aroma and color. Allspice can also be added to melt and pour soap while it is melted.
2. Allspice can be added to foot bath formulas.
3. Allspice can be added to bath salt formulas, and scrubs.
4. Allspice can be infused and added to lotions for its aromatic qualities.
5. Allspice can be used in natural toothpaste recipes to relieve toothaches and to treat bad breath.
6. Allspice can be used in bath bomb recipes.
7. Allspice can be infused in massage oils.
8. Allspice is used in some perfume creations.
9. Allspice is used in some potpourri recipes.
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