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Is citrus sinensis peel oil vegan?

Citrus sinensis peel oil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citrus sinensis peel oil?

Citrus sinensis peel oil is a natural essential oil extracted from the orange peel of the sweet orange plant. This oil is commonly used in aromatherapy and household cleaning products due to its fresh, citrusy scent and antibacterial properties. The oil also contains high levels of antioxidants and is often added to skincare products for its ability to improve skin texture and tone. Citrus sinensis peel oil can be ingested in small amounts to provide a boost of vitamin C and aid digestion. Overall, this versatile oil adds both flavor and health benefits when incorporated into various products.

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