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Absolute Aromas Patchouli Essential Oil 10ml

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Ingredients

Patchouli Essential Oil ingredients: Country of Origin: Indonesia. Plant Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae). Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the dried leaves of the bushy herb.

About Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli is an earthy-sweet, musky and soothing aroma good for relaxation. It is a well known aphrodisiac and is one of the few essential oils that will improve with age. It also benefits the skin as it promotes tissue repair and has anti-infectious properties..

Try blending 1 drop of Patchouli, 1 drop of Geranium and 2 drops of Bergamot in 10ml of Peach Kernel oil to use as a facial oil. A few drops each of Patchouli and Lavender added to an unfragranced handcream or vegetable oil, make a treat for neglected hands and feet. For a sensual massage to soothe the emotions and heighten the senses blend 2 drops Patchouli and 1 drop each of Jasmine and Rose in 10ml of Jojoba oil.

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About Absolute Aromas:

Absolute Aromas LTD has been industry experts since 1994 supplying over 150 therapeutic grade essential oils as well as over 40 certified organic oils to customers while specialising in creating beautiful aromatherapy blends for spas, therapists and home use.

Aromatherapy accessories include some unique electric diffusers, hand-finished wooden storage boxes, reference books and everything else required by the professional aromatherapist and home-user alike.

Absolute Aromas is certified by The Soil Association as a supplier of organic products.

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