Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

£2.45 GBP £3.50 GBP

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The essential oil of ylang-ylang is extracted by steam distillation of fresh flowers of the ylang-ylang tree, which bears the scientific name Cananga odorata and is commonly found in the rainforests of certain Asian and South Pacific Islands like Indonesia, Philippines, Java, Sumatra, Comoro, and Polynesia.

The smell of ylang-ylang is quite unique and powerful, which is why so many perfumes and cosmetic products feature this tropical flower. The smell is slightly floral, so it is primarily used in women’s beauty products, but it also works as a middle note in men’s personal care products.

People apply ylang ylang oil to the skin to promote relaxation, kill bacteria, lower high blood pressure, and increase sexual desire. It is also part of a combination spray used to kill head lice. Rub a little bit on your chest to ease any anxiety. The oil can also be used to boost hair strength and growth. Ylang-Ylang essential oil can be used to cure infections in internal organs such as the stomach, intestines, colon, and urinary tract. It is also good for people suffering from insomnia, fatigue, and frigidity. It is extremely effective in maintaining moisture and oil balance of the skin and keeps it looking hydrated, smooth, and young.

Word of Caution: Some cases of sensitivity, nausea, and headache have been observed when ylang-ylang essential oil is taken in excessive amounts. Otherwise, when taken in recommended doses, it is non-toxic and is not reported to cause any irritation.

How to use:
Our essential oil range is more for external healing, we would advice not to consume essential oils although here is other ways of using our oil range.

1. Diffuser

Diffusing oils in the morning is a great way to get your day started on the right note. Throughout the day, try stimulating oils for work or study or uplifting oils if you need an energy boost. Try relaxing and sedative oils at bedtime.

2. Skin Application

You may use essential oils on your skin for healing benefits such as inflammation, bites, rashes, eczema, itchy skin, spots (check the benefits of each oil first.)

3. Bath

You can use essential oils in the bath, to do so add 2-5 drops of essential oil to bath water or use with Epsom salts or carrier oil. Try one of these aromatherapy bath salt blends. Avoid using cinnamon, cassia, oregano, wintergreen and lemongrass in baths as they might irritate sensitive skin.

4. Massage
Yes, you can enjoy a wonderful home massage with essential oils,  it is a great home remedy 
to ease tension and get circulation moving. The best way is to start from the feet upwards. (great way to help reduce cellulite).

Ylang Ylang, 100% Pure Essential Oil. 

Bottle Size: 10ml. 

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