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Eucalyptus Natural Oil for colds Evergetikon 60ml

Natural Eucalyptus Oil for colds by Evergetikon. It eases breathing and reduces cough, while it relieves nasal congestion.
Gross Weight: 0,25 Kg

Availability: In stock

€9,40 9.40
Evergetikon (Beneficial) Cosmetics


Natural Eukalyptus Oil Evergetikon

The natural eucalyptus oil is highly beneficial for the respiraory system. During a cold apply the eycalyptus oil with light chest massage and it will instantly ease breathing and relieve nasal congestion, while it will reduce the irritating coughs during the night. 

Suitable for kids over 3 years old.


Natural Eukalyptus oil Evergetikon 60 ml
Ingredients: Europaea (Olive) FruitOil Cretan extra virgin olive oil, Origanum Dictamnus Flower/ Leaf/ Stem Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Tocopherol Acetate (vitamin E), Lavandula AngustifoliaOil, Mentha Piperita Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil.


The producer

Evergetikon (Beneficial) Cosmetics

Evergetikon Cretan all natural cosmetics are produced with pure olive oil, the best quality beeswax, Cretan herb extracts and other natural ingredients. Evergeticon natural cosmetics provides a great variety of products for women, men and children.

In 2005, Yiannis Skrafnakis and his wife Anna decided to change their professional orientation and focus exclusively on producing natural cosmetics made with raw, pure and organic ingredients found in Cretan nature or cultivated in Cretan land.

Being strong believers in the olive oil’s beneficial properties, they combined it with the best quality beeswax and created an innovative cosmetic line named «Evergetikon», which is the Greek word for «Beneficial».

Their philosophy is that nature provides us with everything we need to take care of our bodies both internally and externally. This is why they carefully select the best natural ingredients to create their 100% pure cosmetics line. They are located in Skalani, a village not far from Heraklion, next to the archeological site of Knossos Palace.