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Ylang Ylang Essential Oil


Ylang Ylang, Cananga odorata, with its exotic, sweet fragrance, is often used in high-class perfumes. In Indonesia the fresh Ylang Ylang flowers are placed on the bed of newlyweds and in the Malayan language Ylang Ylang means "flower of flowers." It is a balancing oil, good for dry, normal, oily, sensitive and combination skin types. Its antiseptic properties make it a good product for acne-prone skin.

In hair care, ylang ylang is a hair rejuvenator, stimulates the scalp and is believed to stimulate hair growth. It helps balance the production of sebum making it good for all hair types.

Aromatherapy Properties: the soothing and relaxing scent creates feelings of peace and warmth by restoring mental harmony and balance. Its sweet aroma is usually irresistible and regarded by many as an aphrodisiac.



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