Puressentiel Essential Oil Ylang- Ylang - 5ml
Its Malay name means "flower of flowers". Its bark is grey; its bright green persistent leaves are arranged regularly along its long branches. The bunches of yellow flowers exhale a penetrating odour. Wild trees can grow to a height of twenty metres, but when cultivated, it is restricted to two or three metres to facilitate harvesting, which starts when the petals wither and their reddish base appears.
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Relaxation : There is nothing like taking a bath into which you have poured 10 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang mixed with a cap-full of neutral base or powdered milk, to recapture your elusive optimism.
Abdominal pain : 5 drops of essential oil of basil, 5 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang, 10 drops of neutral plant oil. Mix the oils and massage your stomach. Repeat once during the day, for several days if necessary.
Hair lustre : Add 1 drop of ylang-ylang to your usual dose of shampoo and leave on the hair for one minute. If your hair is dry, add 1 drop of essential oil of clary sage.
Awakening of the senses, reduced libido (man or woman) : Rub the lower back with 10 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang diluted in 30 drops of sweet almond carrier oil. Next, massage the entire body and do not forget to diffuse a few drops of essential oil in the bedroom.
Beauty oil for dry and devitalised skin : 10 drops of essential oil of carrot, 5 drops of essential oil of rose geranium, 5 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang, 20 ml of rosehip carrier oil. Massage your face thoroughly for three minutes, morning and evening. You can also add 5 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang to your dose of day cream.
Ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata) is a tree of the Annonaceae family, native to South-East Asia that grows wild in the hot, humid forests of Indonesia and the Philippines.• 100% pure and natural: No solvents, no fillers, no synthetic fragrances
• 100% Organic: Produced by organic agriculture
• Aroma: Exotic, suave, sweet revitalising scent
• EOBBD Essential Oil Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined.
- • ESSENTIAL OIL OF Gaultheria fragrantissima*
• CHEMOTYPE: METHYL SALICYLATE
• FAMILY: ERICACEAE
• PRODUCTIVE ORGAN: LEAVES
• OTHER NAME: Gaultheria punctata
• Produced by organic agriculture
• Equivalence: 1ml 30 drops.
Do not use in the presence of and for children aged under 7 years old. Do not use it for pregnant women or if breastfeeding, or for people with a history of convulsive disorders, epilepsy or for people who are allergic to essential oils and salicylates. Do not use it if you are allergic to salicylates. For people receiving medical treatment and for children, seek the advice of a health specialist. Do not apply undiluted oil directly onto skin, always dilute first in a carrier oil. Wash undiluted oil off skin with soap and water. May cause a skin allergy. If in doubt, carry out a patch test beforehand. Do not massage onto damaged or irritated skin. Do not expose skin to direct sunlight straight after massaging with essential oils. If consulting a health specialist, keep the product or packaging available. Avoid contact with the eyes, mucous membranes or clothing. If swallowed or spilt in the eyes get medical advice. Rinse eyes with clean water. Do not discharge into the environment. Dispose of the contents/container in accordance with regulations. For external use only. Keep out of the sight and reach of children. Caution - the undiluted oil is FLAMMABLE.