Bio Scents Essential Oils – Ylang Ylang
Essential oils are extracted from medicinal plants and have a stimulating and healing effect on muscles and organs. Our essential oil has its own strength and application. The essential oils carry the essence and fragrance of the plants they’re extracted from. Making them perfect to naturally fragrance your home. Here is an introduction to our Ylang Ylang essesntial oil.
Our organic essential oil are suitable with any oil burner and therefore can be used with any diffuser. Our organic essential oils are packaged in glass bottles with wooden caps, in conclusion, as plastic free as possible. They have a small stopper that allows you to control the pouring per drop and makes sure the oil doesn’t soak into the wooden cap.
Essential Oils – Ylang Ylang
This premium organic ylang ylang oil has a rich, sweet, soft and floral aroma..
- Steam Distillation
- Glass Bottle with wooden top
- 100% Organic
- Zero Waste
- Hand made in Portugal
The many ways to use your Bio Scets Essential Oils – Ylang Ylang
1. Sprinkle a few drops on your pillow or in between the sheets before going to bed.
2. Burn 4-5 drops of the oil with a layer of water in an oil burner, and place the oil burner on the nearest table to you so you can inhale oils to help you relax.
3. Add 4 drops to 10ml carrier oil (can be any carrier oil you have around, like peanut or olive oil) and massage the oil into your skin before you go to bed.
About Bio Scents
We believe great personal care and sustainability should be two sides of one coin, and that your home & body deserve only the best.
In other words, all of our products are 100% natural. None of our products contain artificial fragrances, colourants, alcohol or even water. We are constantly improving the sustainability of our packaging. We are therefore introducing refill bottles for our body oils very soon, so the plastic pump and bamboo cap can be reused. We’re currently changing our fragrance sachets bags to compostable ones too.
All our products are all made and assembled by hand by a small team in Portugal