Amber Essential Oil Brown

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Product Code :KEO-05
Botanical Name :Pinus Succinefera Fossil
Plant Part :Flowers
Country of Origin :India
Blends Well With :The offered amber oil is soluble in different sorts of essential oils that include benzoin, cypress, cistus, galbanum, clove, myrrh, spruce, geranium, rose absolute, aniseed, cedar wood, pine, orange, lemon and frankincense.
Color & Odor :Yellow-orange-brown with a typical resinous odor of coniferous forest
Method of Extraction :Steam Distillation
Weight & Rate :50Ml / 1.6907 Oz (USD 27.24)  100Ml / 3.3814 Oz (USD 49.5)  500Ml / 16.90 Oz (USD 234.63)  1L / 33.81 Oz (USD 610.25)  5L / 169.07 Oz (USD 2890.35)  10L / 338.14 Oz (USD 5050.65)        
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Amber oil is an aromatic oil derived from amber, a fossilized tree resin. It is known for its warm, rich, and resinous aroma. It is often referred to as "Amber essential oil," and is not derived from a specific botanical source like a plant or tree. Instead, it is a fossilized resin produced by ancient trees, primarily from the Pinaceae family. Amber is formed over millions of years through the polymerization and fossilization of the resin. This thick substance helps the bark of the tree to get protected from the gaps. If there are any gaps formed by the insects on the tree, this resin helps in filling those gaps and thus, it covers the tree barks completely.  Moreover, it protects the tree from getting infected by any insects because this resin traps small plant and insect particles when they come to bite the tree and thus those insects become preserved within the amber.

To produce the oil, this resin is used and is collected when it oozes out of the tree's barks and trunks. The oil is obtained by extracting the aromatic compounds present in amber through a process known as steam distillation. This process involves passing steam through the raw material and then condensing and collecting the aromatic components. It has a warm, resinous, and musky aroma. It is often described as sweet, woody, earthy, and sometimes with a hint of vanilla or spice., making it a popular choice in perfumery. The oil does not have a standardized chemical composition since it can vary depending on the specific source and age of the amber. The chemical composition of the natural oil is complex and can contain a wide range of compounds. Some of the major components found in this oil include Succinic Acid, which is one of the main constituents of the oil.

This acid is a dicarboxylic acid that is formed during the fossilization process of the resin. It contains Sesquiterpenes and these are a class of aromatic compounds commonly found in essential oils. They contribute to the characteristic scent of the oil. Various resin acids, such as abietic acid, may also be present in it. These acids are typically found in resinous materials and can contribute to the oil's properties. It contains a diverse array of aromatic compounds that contribute to its unique fragrance. These compounds may include phenols, benzene derivatives, and other volatile organic compounds. The history of this oil is closely tied to the history of Amber itself, as it is derived from this fossilized tree resin. It has a rich history dating back thousands of years. The use of amber for its beauty and medicinal properties can be traced to ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. It was highly prized and used for jewellery, amulets, and religious rituals. In ancient times, it was believed to possess healing properties.

It was used as a natural remedy for various ailments, such as digestive issues, respiratory problems, and as a general tonic. The Amber oil was used in medicinal preparations and perfumes. Amber became an important trading commodity, especially during the middle ages. The Baltic region, particularly the area around the Baltic Sea, was known for its abundant amber deposits. The trade of amber, including the oil derived from it, flourished along trade routes linking northern Europe with other regions. This oil has been used in perfumery for centuries. Today, it is still used in perfumery, aromatherapy and many other industries. It has a huge cultural and economic significance as it is valued for its medicinal & aromatic properties. Its aroma & richness has made it a favourite oil of many industrialists.


  • Fragrance and Perfumery Industry: Amber oil is highly valued for its warm, sweet, and earthy aroma. It is extensively used in the perfumery and fragrance industry as a base note or fixative in various perfumes, colognes, wax melts, room sprays and scented products. The rich and long-lasting scent of amber oil adds depth and complexity to many fragrance compositions.

  • Aromatherapy Industry: Due to its warm and comforting scent, amber oil is used in aromatherapy practices. It is believed to have calming and grounding properties and is used in diffusers, massage oils, and bath products to promote relaxation and emotional well-being.

  • Candles and Incenses Manufacturing Industry: This oil is a popular choice for scented candles and incense due to its soothing aroma. It can create a warm and cosy ambience in homes and spaces.

  • Aromatherapy and Wellness Industry: Aromatherapists and wellness practitioners utilize amber oil in diffusers, massage oils, and bath products. The warm and comforting scent of this oil is believed to have calming and grounding properties, promoting relaxation and emotional well-being.

  • Adhesives and Sealants Industry: Some formulations of adhesives and sealants incorporate this oil as an ingredient. The adhesive properties of it can contribute to the strength and durability of these products.

  • Art and Craft Industry: Resin artists and crafters incorporate this oil into their creations. It can be used to enhance the scent and visual appeal of resin-based jewellery, sculptures, and decorative items.

  • Natural and Organic Product Manufacturing Industry: Businesses specializing in natural and organic products may include this oil in their formulations. It aligns with their focus on using botanical and sustainable ingredients.

  • Homoeopathic and Ayurvedic Medicine Industry: In certain homoeopathic and Ayurvedic practices, this oil is used for its potential health benefits. It is believed to have positive effects on various aspects of well-being.

  • Cosmetics and Personal Care Industry: The oil is often incorporated into cosmetics and personal care products such as soaps, lotions, creams, and hair care products. It can provide a pleasant scent and enhance the overall sensory experience of these products.


  • Get a relieving massage therapy: Have a luxurious & comforting massage with our super magical Amber oil. Mix it with other carrier oils, such as jojoba or sweet almond oil, to create a luxurious massage oil. This blend can be used for self-massage or as a part of a massage session to promote relaxation and a soothing experience.

  • Indulge in the cosiness of a warm bath: Enhance your bathing experience with this amazing natural oil. Adding a few drops of it to your bathwater will work as a cherry on the cake. The aromatic steam and warm water will create a soothing atmosphere, helping you unwind and relax after a long day.

  • Perfect moisturizer for you all: Skin feeling dried & cracky? Don’t worry when Kirva’s Amber oil is there. Make it your skin moisturizer and use it on your whole body for easy moisturization and hydration. Mix it with carrier oil,  Jojoba oil and Coconut oil blends perfectly with it, Mix it up and apply directly on the skin. Our customized body moisturizer makes your skin perfectly soft, glowing & soothing.

  • Smell best with your Amber oil: Add a rich fragrance to your personal care routine and apply a small amount of this aromatic oil to your pulse points or behind your ears as a daily perfume or cologne. The warm and alluring scent can become your signature fragrance and helps in providing you with a pleasant aroma.

  • Make your accessories scented: Enhance your daily wear by adding a small amount of this oil to fabric accessories like scarves, handkerchiefs, or jewellery. This allows you to carry the captivating scent with you throughout the day.

  • Add an alluring fragrance to your spaces: Incorporate this oil into your daily aromatherapy routine by using it in an essential oil diffuser. Inhale the aroma to promote relaxation, uplift your mood, or create a soothing atmosphere in your living or workspace. Here’s a perfect DIY tip to make your spaces fragrant and soothing.Take a small glass or ceramic jar with a narrow neck and fill it with a carrier oil such as safflower oil or fractionated coconut oil, leaving a little space at the top. Add a few drops of amber oil to it and stir gently to combine. Insert wooden reeds or bamboo skewers into the jar, allowing them to soak in the oil mixture. Flip the reeds or skewers every few days to refresh the scent. Place the diffuser in a well-ventilated area and enjoy the subtle and continuous aroma of this oil.

  • Fades out stress, and makes one relaxed: The warm and soothing aroma of it helps to promote relaxation and to alleviate stress. Inhaling the scent of this oil may help to create a calming effect on the person.  By making one feel calm & relaxed it helps to promote the overall well-being.

  • Makes one delighted: It is believed to have mood-enhancing properties and is often used to uplift the spirits and combat feelings of sadness or anxiety. Its alluring scent can create a pleasant and comforting environment which makes the person happy & delighted.

  • Imparts Aphrodisiac effects: Traditionally, it has been associated with aphrodisiac effects. It is believed to enhance feelings of sensuality and attraction. Its captivating scent can enhance intimacy in one’s personal life.

  • Makes one focused: It has ground properties that help to make a person feel focused & concentrated. It relaxes the mind and makes one feel more balanced and connected. Thus, by providing a sense of stability it helps the person to be focused.

  • May effective against oxidative damage: It may help protect the skin against free radicals, which can contribute to premature ageing. However, it's important to note that scientific evidence specifically supporting the benefits of this oil for skin care is limited.

  • Better sleep, and improved health: The calming aroma of this oil can be beneficial for promoting restful sleep. Using it in different ways helps in making one feel relaxed, and calm which eases the mind and helps in getting a great sleep.

  • Promotes emotional Well-being: Some individuals find that the fragrance of this oil has a comforting effect, helping to soothe anxiety, enhancing mood, and thus promoting a sense of well-being.

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