Ylang Ylang 100 ml

$22.00 $17.95

Product Code: YLAA14

Ylang  Ylang Fragrance Oil (made from essential oil blends)

Fresh, floral, sweet, slightly fruity, fragrant yet delicate
The aromatherapy properties includes antidepressant, anti-infectious, euphoric,  relaxant,  antiseptic. Ylang Ylang oil is used in aromatherapy to control sebum production. It is regarded as being very useful for dealing with both oily and dry skin conditions. This is because this essential oil seems to soften the skin with its ability to balance the level of moisture within the skin.

Ylang ylang oil is used in the bath,  local massage, skin ointments and lotions. It is high grade fragrance oil used in soap making, massage oils, bath oil and also as a perfume body oil.  It is also used as a tonic for the scalp and to encourage the growth of hair. Ylang Ylang oil also is used as a shampoo base or as a hair conditioner by blending it with a carrier oil (e.g, jojoba oil) and massaging it into the hair tips after shampooing the hair. This helps reduce the incidence of split ends in the hair.

Fragrant Oils are specifically formulated to be suitable in soaps, candles, and both skin & Hair care items, lotions, creams, powders, balms, oils and scrubs etc or in oil burners to fragrance your home

They are generally used at 2-5% in formulations and can be used as perfume oils when diluted in a carrier oil.. The scents are extremely rich, complex, and long lasting.

Contents;  A blend of the finest essential oils and Therapeutic Aroma Chemicals (All ingredient conform to AFRA Standards and code of practice).

 Supplied in a bottle with a dripulator

Australian Product.

Essential Oil or Fragrance Oil, The difference?

People often refer to essential oils and fragrance oils interchangeably because of their similarities, but some important differences distinguish them from each other. Essential oils are natural chemicals that are extracted from the leaves, flowers, stems, roots or bark of plants. They are not true oils, but are the aromatic and volatile essences derived from botanicals. Fragrance oils (also called perfume oils) are usually synthetic; chemists analyze the plants’ components and reproduce their chemical compositions. Although essential oil blends (combinations of essential oils) are not synthetic, some suppliers call them fragrance or perfume oils.