A serene blend of orange, patchouli & sandalwood essential oils to help melt away stress and calm and soothe mind and body.
How to use
Vaporiser: Add 6-8 drops of essential oil to the ceramic dish of your vaporiser.
Diffuser: Add 6-8 drops of essential oil to the full water chamber of your diffuser. ;
Massage: Essential oils should always be mixed with a carrier oil when applied directly to the skin. Add 2 drops of essential oil into 12ml of carrier oil and massage into the skin. Always patch test first.
Bath: Due to the potency of essential oils, only a few drops are needed. Essential oils and water don't actually combine well, so the oils will float to the top of the water and sit on the edge of the bath and onto your skin. This means that when they are combined with hot water they can cause irritation to sensitive skin. A safe and effective way to use your essential oils in the bath is to mix them with a carrier oil prior to putting the oils in the bath, this protects your skin and helps the oils to disperse through the bath safely.
Steam inhalation: add 1-2 drops of ECO. essential oil to a bowl of steaming water & cover the head with a towel. Close the eyes & inhale deeply for 5 minutes. Repeat as needed.
Pillow: add 1-3 drops of essential oil to your pillow to encourage a restful nights sleep.
Ingredients: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Flower Oil, Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil, Fusanus Spicatus Wood (Sandalwood) Oil.
Not for internal use. Keep out of reach of Children and Pets. Always use a carrier oil when applying essential oils directly to the skin. Do not wear in direct sunlight. If applying citrus essential oils or blends that contain citrus topically avoid direct sunlight for 12 hours as they may cause photosensitivity. It is recommended to seek a healthcare Practitioners advice before using essential oils during Pregnancy, with medical conditions and for Children. Use this oil with caution around pets, never use topically and store bottles out of reach. If you have any concerns contact your Vet.