Ylang Ylang III Pure Essential Oil (10ml)

Ylang Ylang III Pure Essential Oil (10ml)
Brand: Garden of Flora
10.49 GBP
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Fragrant, sweet and intoxicating, this soothing oil lifts the spirit and relaxes mind and body. With euphoric and aphrodisiac properties it inspires inner peace, joy and self-esteem. Ylang Ylang is a large tree native to the far eastern countries like Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. In aromatherapy Ylang Ylang III oil is considered one of the best for relaxing the mind and the body. Simply inhaling the aroma is said to help reduce blood pressure, and in massage the oil naturally enhances relaxation, gently relieving stress and anxiety. Emotionally and spiritually, ylang ylang essential oil helps to connect to inner self to heal emotional trauma. Ylang Ylang III essential oil is valuable for both oily and dry skin types due to its balancing and soothing properties and can be used for skin and hair care. The sweet exotic aroma of Ylang Ylang III Essential Oil uplifts the spirit and is considered an effective aphrodisiac, perhaps due to a euphoric and sedative effect. Aromatic Description: Fragrant, sweet Plant Part: Fruit Source: Comores Extraction method: Steam distillation How to use essential oils Massage – Both body and facial massage can benefit from the intoxicating aroma of essential oils. Always ensure that you add the essential oil to a carrier oil first, and never apply directly to your skin. A carrier oil, also known as base oil, is used to dilute essential oils before they applied to the skin. Bathing – There is no better way to unwind than in an essential oil bath, calming oils like Lavender and Clary Sage are especially relaxing. Add 5-10 drops in a bath and disperse vigorously before entering the bath. Steam inhalation – This is a really good way of helping to relieve blocked sinuses or congestion. Eucalyptus is one of the most popular oils for this. Fill a large bowl with hot (not boiling water), add 3-4 drops of your chosen oil then lean over the bowl placing a towel over your head and slowly breathe in the until you start to feel relief. Di