Ylang Ylang oil

Ylang Ylang


Ylang Ylang is a plant that grows in tropical climates, has glossy green leaves, and yellow flowers. Ylang Ylang has sagging flower petals, and is a bit like starfish tentacles. Ylang Ylang is processed by the solvent extract method
Ylang Ylang is commonly used to treat skin and hair health. Ylang Ylang also has a calming effect, makes positive thoughts, and has aphrodisiac properties. Ylang Ylang functions to treat acne, oily skin, irritation, relieve depression, insomnia, and stress

Blends:
Bergamot, Chamomile, Clove Bud, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Ginger, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Rose

Ylang Ylang oil use :

Enhances energy & Reduces fatigue
To increase energy by relieving fatigue, pour 2-3 drops of Ylang Ylang oil into your Diffuser. Ylang Ylang can also improve mood, calm the mind and body, relieve stress and insomnia

Reduce the signs of aging & soothe irritation
To reduce the signs of aging, to relieve irritation, and protect the skin in general, pour 1-2 drops of Ylang Ylang oil, with 1 spoon of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO), or Jojoba oil. Combine, then apply to your face, and massage gently. Do this method 1-2 times a day

Hair Care
To improve hair health, treat hair, and make hair shiny. Pour 2-3 drops of Ylang Ylang, with 2 tablespoons of Virgin Coconut oil (VCO). Mix and then apply to your hair to the scalp, while massage - massage, then evenly spread to the ends of the hair. Let stand for 20 minutes, then rinse with water. Do this method before you take a shower. This method also serves to prevent tangled hair, eliminate dandruff, and reduce hair loss

Massage oil
To relieve muscle pain, pour 4 drops of Ylang Ylang, 4 drops of Sandalwood, 4 drops of Sweet Orange, 2 drops of Bergamot, and 60 ml of Carrier oil (Argan, Olive, Sesame, or Almond). Mix all the oil in a dark glass bottle. Next, cover the bottle and shake the bottle, so that it is evenly mixed. Let this mixture stand for several days, so that the mixture is really well mixed. Once ready to use, pour the size of the hand that is pressed, then rub it into two hands, then spread it to the painful part of the body, while in massage - massage

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