- Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Ylang ylang oil comes from the Cananga tree, also known as Cananga odorata. It is native to Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia. The tree has oval-shaped leaves and green-yellow star-shaped flowers with an intoxicating aroma.
Woolzies Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is steam distilled from the flowers of the plant.
How To Use
Diffuse ylang ylang oil by adding 3-5 drops per 100ml of water to an oil diffuser.
Skin + Body
Use ylang ylang oil topically by diluting 4-6 drops in 20ml (2 Tbsp) of carrier oil.
Add 5-10 drops to a warm bath.
Use ylang ylang oil for shiny and conditioned hair by making a floral and sweet-smelling hair mask. Add 10 drops of ylang ylang oil to a ¼ cup of carrier oil and massage it into the scalp and hair. Let this stay on for 30 minutes – 1 hour before washing it off with shampoo.
Make a mood-boosting room spray by blending 1 cup water, ½ cup pure vodka, 8 drops ylang ylang oil, 8 drops lemon oil, and 4 drops rose oil in a spray bottle.
Pairs Well With
Ylang ylang oil pairs well with frankincense, sandalwood, bergamot, lemon, grapefruit, geranium, rose, and vetiver essential oils.
For a romantic blend, combine 5 drops ylang ylang oil, 5 drops geranium oil, and 5 drops grapefruit oil.
the woolzies promise:
100% Natural Ingredients.
We’re committed to only sell products made from the finest that Mother Nature has to offer.
We would never add anything toxic to our products, like parabens or (gasp!) artificial fragrances.
All Woolzies natural products are designed and formulated to have maximum effectiveness.
great value on essential oil!
I've been really happy with all of the Woolzies brand essential oils I've purchased. They're affordable and they smell like what they are supposed to smell like to me. I'm not an expert on essential oils but I don't buy into the hype that certain extremely expensive brands are superior to the less expensive ones-there is no regulation of essential oils, so whatever it says on the bottle-therapeutic grade, 100% pure, etc, you have to decide for yourself if you feel a product is worth purchasing. I have a very few of the super expensive elite brand oils and do not think they are any better than the cheaper ones. I've used these in a diffuser and mixed with carrier oils in preparations for bath and body, repelling insects, healing purposes, etc. and felt they were effective.