Definition of cedarwood
: the wood of a cedar that is especially repellent to insects
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Prospector Co.’s spray is made from essential oils of vetiver and cedarwood, which together form a rich, natural-smelling deodorant—
Bergamot and florals (peony and neroli) are the initial scents in Bel Azur, followed by creamy cedarwood and the earthy notes of vetiver.
Try: Flea Treats, 100 tablets/$8.49, fleatreat.com Cedarwood oil Shelley Gardea, an Orange County Young Living Essential Oils specialist, says cedarwood oil is a popular essential oil found in natural flea and tick repellant sprays.
The top notes are sandalwoods and cedarwood and the mid notes are nutmeg, vetiver, and cinnamon.
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