Lavender Chamomile Sandalwood
This blend is deeply calming, restorative and precious. It can be used to lessen depression, anxiety and in some cases ease grief and help alleviate insomnia. It will be a wonderful addition to your meditation practice, and may even inspire creativity. From a traditional Chinese medicine perspective, it can be used to 'cool' inflamed conditions like boils, minor burns, bug bites, rashes, pimples and hot spots.
Try sprinkling it on a tissue and placing it on your pillow to help you relax and enter a deep sleep. Or try tucking your scented tissue down your shirt and so you can enjoy its heady aroma wafting up around you.
To use topically, mix a drop into our Serum for a super soothing boost, or use very sparingly undiluted to 'dot' onto spots on your skin, in need of extra help.
Dribble into your bath after one of 'those' days - and above all use in a diffuser to welcome a peaceful vibe into your surroundings.
Please note that despite its gentle nature, this nurturing blend has a fairly potent herbal, woody therapeutic aroma.
If you like this aroma, you'll love our Elixir Oil
Ingredients: pure essential oils of french lavender (lavandula officinalis), moroccon chamomile (tanacetum annum), australian sandalwood (santalum spicatum) and nothing else!
For Anti-Aging: Blend into our Serum and dot around your cheek bones and laugh lines.
As Fragrance: Pour a few drops onto the inner part of your wrists and apply to your pulse points. Don’t be surprised when your friends start asking you what you’re wearing.
As Room Freshener: Add a few drops into a diffuser. Dribble some onto a cloth or tissue, diaper pail or even in the toilet.
As Therapeutic Treatment: Rub a few drops on to the soles of your feet. Dribble some into your bath, sauna or stream room.
Massage: Blend some into a light therapeutic carrier oil (such as jojoba) and have your massage therapist focus on your neck, shoulders, scalp and especially your face.
For Household Cleaning: Shake a few drop into unscented dish soap, or mix into vinegar (or vodka) or make your own counter cleaner.