Insect Repellent: Clove oil is used as a component in bug repellent and making insect repellent candles because the vapor is very potent to the olfactory senses of many insects. Traditionally, a few drops of clove oil on the bed sheets at night keeps bugs away.
Cosmetics: Clove oil is added in cosmetic creams and lotions, and it is known as a good massage oil that provides relief from headaches, pain, and stress.
Flavoring Agent: Apart from Cloves’ exclusive digestive properties, the essential oil is also added to food items due to its rich flavor. It is added in Indian dishes, pickles, sauces, spice cakes, and many other cultural foods.
Soap: Due to its powerful aroma, soothing effect and antiseptic properties, clove oil is added when making soap and can often be found as an active ingredient.
Perfumes: Clove oil is also used in making perfumes because it has a powerful and unique aroma that is potent.
Aromatherapy: Clove oil blends well with many essential oils including basil essential oil, rosemary essential oil, rose oil, cinnamon essential oil, grapefruit essential oil, lemon essential oil, nutmeg essential oil, peppermint essential oil, orange essential oil, lavender essential oil, and geranium essential oil. This makes clove oil a popular element in aromatherapy and other herbal combinations.