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Packaged in a .85 ounce glass bottle with silver sprayer and cap with full disclosure label.
Ingredients: Aloe vera juice, vegetable Glycerin, silk amino acids, natural oils of sweet orange, tangerine, clary sage, dalmation sage, basil
Patchouli Orange is a bit misleading. While the citrus notes and deep undertones of patchouli is there, added to this blend are the oils of geranium rose and lavender. A new name is definitely in order. The blend is sweetly patchouli - it takes the muskiness out of that dark, aged patchouli; yet, the lingering scent is definitely patchouli. The top note of sweet orange is what is first detected followed closely by a lavender and earthy rose blend with the lingering very earthy patchouli giving this scent a fullness. It's a delight for the nose.
Why these ingredients:
Aloe Vera is a well-known healing and soothing agent for damaged, dry skin. It is soothing and healing for burns, skin irritations, and raw open wounds. A soothing and healing sap, it penetrates the skin deeply providing valuable nutrients and promotes cell repair. It is famous for its moisturizing and soothing properties, as well as for its ability to aid in healing.
Vegetable glycerine is a compound that comes from vegetable oil, usually palm or coconut. It has strong humectant properties, meaning it is able to retain moisture. It is clear, colorless and very sweet. Because it is soluble in water and alcohol, natural and easily produced, it is beneficial for manufacturing purposes and is one of the most common additives in a range of products from cosmetics to food. There are many benefits to vegetable glycerine. In addition to its moisturizing properties, it also strengthens the hair and makes breakage and split ends less likely.
Silk amino acids help moisture penetrate the skin surface and are extremely healing to the skin. Silk is made up of amino acids, some of which cannot be produced by but are needed for our own body’s growth and health.
Oil of Geranium, rose is considered a light adrenal stimulant and hormonal normalizer, treating PMS, menopause, fluid retention, etc. Just sniffing it may help regulate blood pressure. A popular skin treatment, this oil reduces inflammation and infection of wounds, eczema, acne, and burns. It has been used on lice, shingles, and herpes. The scent is said to relieve anxiety, depression, discontent, irrational behavior and stress.
Oil of Lavender is said to relieve headaches, muscle pain, insect bites, and other inflammations. It is suitable for all skin types. It is a cell regenerator that prevents scarring and stretch marks. It has a reputation for slowing wrinkles and is used on burns, sun damaged skin, wounds, rashes, and skin infections. The scent relieves nervousness, exhaustion, insomnia, irritability, depression. For centuries, lavender was brought into the birthing room and made into baby pillows. Old texts say it “raises the spirit”. It’s a balancing oil that both relaxes and stimulates.
Oil of Orange rind is good for oily complexions, treats flu, colds, congested lymph, irregular heartbeat, and high blood pressure. The sedating scent is antidepressant, counters hysteria, shock, and nervous tension. This oil has a perky and lively scent. WATCH as the oil is slightly photosensitizing.
Oil of Patchouli is medicinally good for reducing the appetite, water retention, exhaustion, and inflammation. Patchouli oil is a cell rejuvenator and an antiseptic. This oil treats acne, eczema, inflamed, cracked or mature skin and scalp, and dandruff. This oil is considered to help insomnia, too.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.