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The Red Light Collection (Set of 3)
The Red Light Collection
Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint, also known as Mentha piperita, is a hybrid plant of water mint and spearmint. It is indigenous to Europe and the Middle East. This plant has light purple flowers and serrated green leaves with a fragrant minty aroma.
Woolzies Peppermint Essential Oil is extracted by steam distillation using the leaves of the plant.
Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender, also known as Lavandula angustifolia, produces beautiful pinkish-purple flowers that give off an intoxicating floral aroma. It is a water-wise plant that is indigenous to the Mediterranean area of Europe.
Woolzies Lavender Essential Oil is extracted by steam distillation from the flowers of the plant.
Vanilla Essential Oil
Vanilla, also known as Vanilla planifolia, is a vine that grows up an existing structure. It is native to Mexico and is now grown in Indonesia, Madagascar, and Réunion. The vines produce stringy pods which contain sweet-smelling seeds.
Woolzies Vanilla Essential Oil is made by infusing sunflower oil with vanilla beans.
How To Use
Diffuse the red light collection oils by adding 3-5 drops per 100ml of water to an oil diffuser.
Skin + Body
Use these oils topically by diluting 4-6 drops in 20ml (2 Tbsp) of carrier oil.
Use peppermint oil to relieve painful sunburn and sore and fatigued muscles.
Add 5-10 drops to a warm bath.
Massage 10-20 drops of vanilla oil onto the feet, neck, and chest to relieve anxiety and relax the mind and body.
Make a refreshing and soothing mouthwash by adding 5 drops of peppermint oil and 5 drops of lemon oil to a cup of warm water.
Lavender oil can be used to freshen linen, clothing, and the air in your home.
Combine 25 drops of lavender oil with 1 cup of water in a spray bottle for a
floral room and linen spray.
Used these on my wool dryer balls, and they leave my clothes smelling amazing.
Cute Xmas package and the smells are pleasant. Came days before the estimated time. Thx!