Vital Oils Body Spray Bliss

Vital Oils Body Spray Bliss

Liz Earle

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Love body lotions? So do we, but when time is precious nothing rivals a spritz of a sinks-in-fast, sensual oil. With a replenishing base of organic apricot kernel, borage and passionflower oils, our body sprays are non-greasy (you can dress straight away), lightly veiling skin with moisture leaving it velvety-soft with a subtle sheen. Holding the bottle upright, either spray a small amount into your hands or onto body (from 20cm) and gently massage in. Discover mood-enhancing floral accents of heady jasmine and joyful ylang ylang. Sensual rosewood and patchouli calm nerves and banish stress while sandalwood and black pepper soothe and fortify. Suitable for all skin types


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Naturally active ingredients Black Pepper Essential Oil (Piper nigrum) Black Pepper is best known as a culinary spice. The warming benefits of the essential oil are used in aromatherapy for muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, sprains and stiffness; it is also used for colds and flu. Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon cablin) Patchouli has reviving and stimulating properties and is used by aromatherapists to help soothe skin and help calm stress. It is even reported to be a mild aphrodisiac! The sweet, spicy, heady odour of patchouli makes it a very popular fragrance ingredient. Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga odorata) The name ylang ylang comes from the Malay for 'flower of flowers'. Its nickname 'poor man's jasmine' does not do justice to its powerfully sweet, rich heady fragrance. When added to the bath the fragrant aroma can help to lift the spirits and may even have aphrodisiac properties! Borage Oil (Borago officinalis) Nicknamed the herb of gladness by the Romans because of its use in treating depression. The beautiful star shaped flowers of this plant give way to tiny seeds crammed with a health promoting plant oil. This oil is one of the richest sources of the essential fatty acid GLA (gamma linolenic acid), which helps to lock moisture onto the skin. Cedarwood - Virginian Essential Oil (Juniperus virginiana) This essential oil has a woody odour reminiscent of pencil sharpenings. It is widely used in fine fragrances and aftershave lotions. Clove Oil (Eugenia caryophyllus) The clove is well known as a culinary spice. This colourful tree is admired for its beauty as its leaves change gradually throughout the year from yellow to pink to dark metallic green. The essential oil is distilled from the buds and provides a sweet familiar aroma and warming element to essential oil blends. Labdanum Absolute (Cistus ladanifer) Also known as rockrose, this beautiful shrub produces a highly fragranced viscous resin during the hot summer months. Labdanum is considered to be an excellent natural fixative, helping to maintain the fragrance of blends for longer. Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora) Distilled from the bark of a tall South American tree, this essential oil is prized for its mellow floral aroma. Rosewood has astringent and toning properties and is a renowned pick me up. Apricot Oil (Prunus armeniaca) Apricot kernels are crushed to produce this light oil, which is good for mature, dry, sensitive or inflamed skin. Its wonderfully light texture makes it easily absorbed into the epidermis or uppermost levels of the skin. In the Vital Oils Bath Oils organic apricot oil has been used as the carrier for the essential oils. Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale) Jasmine is considered to be one of the most important flowers used in perfumery. Its intense floral aroma helps produce feelings of optimism, confidence, euphoria and it can invigorate and help lift depression. A few drops make a luxurious bath oil. Passionflower Oil (Passiflora incarnata) The passionflower takes its name from the stunning purple tinged yellow or pink flowers that are said to resemble Christ's crown of thorns from The Passion (the twelve stages of the cross). The flowers give way to large orange berries called passion fruit. Passionflower seed oil is extracted from the seeds contained within this 'fruit' and contains a high percentage of linoleic acid. Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album) As one of the oldest incense materials, (it was in use at least 4,000 years ago), precious sandalwood oil was often referred to as "Liquid Gold". Its subtle, woody, balsamic odour helps instil a sense of calm and well-being and when used as part of an oil blend, it offers a tension-relieving pick-me-up. It is one of the most calming incenses and therefore one of the most popular for use in meditation for its ability to compose the mind and enhance mental clarity. Vitamin E (Tocopherol) This antioxidant helps protect skin against free radical damage caused by pollution and the sun's radiation. We only use premium natural-source vitamin E which is up to three times more potent than the synthetic variety. Full ingredients list At Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare we always try to use high quality, safe, naturally active ingredients. The ingredients in this product are: Coco-caprylate/caprate, Borago officinalis (borage) seed oil, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, Passiflora incarnata (passionflower) seed oil, Aniba rosaeodora (rosewood) oil, Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) flower oil, Pogostemon cablin (patchouli) oil, Santalum album (sandalwood) oil, Jasminum officinale (jasmine) absolute, Piper nigrum (black pepper) oil, Cistus ladanifer (labdanum) absolute, Linalool, Tocopherol (vitamin E), Benzyl alcohol, Benzyl benzoate, Benzyl salicylate, Eugenol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene. Please take a moment to read our ingredients philosophy .

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