Ylang Ylang Essential Oil Organic 10ml
Ylang ylang means ‘flower of flowers’ and its heady fragrance certainly lives up to its name. Ylang ylang is gorgeous to use on your hair – as well as leaving its sweet, lingering smell it also encourages healthy looking hair. Just add a few drops to your final rinse. An all round skin tonic, it helps to optimise your skins natural oil balance and is soothing on dry, sensitive skin. A beautiful perfume, it blends well with patchouli and if you are stressed up and in need of a lift, have a special ylang ylang bath.
We recommend: Diluting 4 drops of ylang ylang essential oil in 1 tbsp coconut oil to create a fragrant hair oil.
Organic ylang ylang essential oil is not just an amazing natural perfume. It is incredibly useful in aromatherapy for calming the nerves and heart. It’s chief actions are to calm and relax, its cooling nature helps it to relieve nervous tension, palpitations and hypertension. Wherever there is agitation, upset or restlessness, ylang ylang essential oil will bring harmony and calm. It’s relaxing properties make it a first choice oil for upset, fearfulness and anxiety. It’s benefits also extend to sexual anxiety too and this may help to explain it’s benefits as an aphrodisiac. A sunshine holiday in a bottle, ylang ylang essential oil is a great choice if you’re feeling burdened or overworked. Ylang ylang essential oil will help to calm and ground you, while encouraging emotional calm and renewed enjoyment. Try burning a few drops in your essential oil burner with one or two drops of rose geranium or lavender, or add some to a hot bath.
Organic ylang ylang essential oil helps to nourish and rejuvenate the skin and is unrivalled as a hair care oil. Simply add a few drops to your hair treatment oil or your shampoo, it is a wonderful oil for promoting healthy, shiny growth. (I always add a couple of drops to my coconut oil)
This organic ylang ylang essential oil is the finest grade you can buy.
Read more about this wonderful flower here: https://www.akamuti.co.uk/the-flower-of-flowers/