Ingredients: Saponified organic oils of chinese Ylang Ylang, shea, tamanu, and sweet almond.
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This soap is good for the face and the body, and hair!, no lather is needed and a little goes a long way. If you are struggling with any female endocrine/hormonal issues, this is the soap for you. Simply glide your hand once over the bar to pick enough lubrication to wash and even to shave! This soap leaves no residue as nothing but essential oils are used, no fragrances, chemicals, or anything else is added. That's why it is the most gentle soap for women.
We make our soap by hand, not in a lab. Because of the nature of nature, each batch of soap will smell a little differently and may vary in shape or size, but will always contain the same ingredients. That's the excitement of continually ordering soap from us, something new each time!
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Ylang Ylang oil, China - Pure Essential Oil Collection
This complex oil contains pinene, linalool, geraniol, benzyl alcohol, cresol, cresyl acetate, eugenol, methyl benzoate, methyl salicylate and trace amounts of various acids and other components.
Ylang Ylang essential oil is extremely fragrant has a calming effect on the mind and body and is used in cases of frigidity and impotence. It has a wonderfully balancing and stimulating effect on the skin, to correct sebum production and is also used to stimulate hair growth.
Organic Lavender flowers (Skin + Relaxation Loose Tea)
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- In teapot, place 2-3 teaspoons for every 8 oz of hot water.
- Grind and use in bath tub with a few drops of oure pure essential oils, apple cider vinegar, and epsom salt.
- Customize your herbal essential oil blend (herbal infused tincture).
- *Be sure to store your herbs in a glass jar when they arrive to you.
Inducing relaxation is a traditional use of lavender tea, primarily because of the soothing aroma. The University of Maryland Medical Center reports that scientific studies suggest that inhaling the scent of lavender may slow nervous system activity, promoting relaxation. This can help with anxiety, insomnia, stress and depression. One small study published in the September 2011 edition of the "Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine" found that patients who were treated by inhaling lavender oil experienced significant reduction in stress levels and reduced levels of pain when hypodermic needles were inserted. Preparing lavender tea helps release the oils responsible for the beneficial aroma.
Another common traditional use for lavender tea is for digestive issue relief, including nervous stomach and indigestion. Modern studies suggest that this may be a valid use. One study published in the November 1997 edition of the "Journal of Ethnopharmacology" found that the smooth muscle -- in the intestines responsible for moving food through the digestive system -- of rats would relax when lavender oil was applied, indicating that humans may be affected the same way. Another study published in the November 2004 “Life Sciences” journal reported that lavender oils protected against the formation of gastric ulcers in rats and relieved indigestion.
Convulsions and Spasms
A convulsion occurs when a muscle contracts and relaxes rapidly involuntarily, causing the body to shake. A spasm is similar, but it usually results in a muscle staying contracted. Lavender oil has been found to be a benefit in reducing both spasms and convulsions. A study published in the July 2000 "Journal of Ethnopharmacology" found that rats given a small dose of lavender experienced reduced convulsions and spasms, which was thought to be a result of the lavender blocking the calcium channel -- a key part of the muscle contraction process.
Lavender tea has other traditional uses, although many of them are not backed by scientific research. Other traditional ailments lavender tea may treat include migraines, colic, loss of appetite, toothache, acne, nausea, vomiting, cancer and even use as a mosquito repellent.
Aloe Vera Mister
One of the most crucial elements found in aloe vera gel is a complex carbohydrate known as acemannan. It allows nutrients to reach the cells, nourish them and at the same time relieve them of toxins. Ayurveda, Chinese herbal medicine and British herbal medicine have all advocated aloe vera as a healer, when applied or consumed orally.
Aloe Vera for Beauty
Since the skin needs nutrition of its own, Aloe Vera, when formulated into a properly designed personal care regimen, can treat, exfoliate, restore, reveal and provide constant, impressive nutrition to the human skin. Once you move past the slimey texture of natural aloe vera gel and apply it to your skin, you'll notice how soothing and cooling it is. And it's for these exact reasons that Ayurveda refers to aloe vera as the miracle herb that can be used for wounds, minor cuts, dry skin and severe burns. Use it in a scrub or mask with other ingredients such as epsom salt, carrier oils, rose hydrosol, and bentonite clay.
Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair. Diane Gage, author of Aloe Vera: Nature's Soothing Healer says, "Keratin, the primary protein of hair, consists of amino acids, oxygen, carbon, and small amounts of hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulphur. Aloe vera has a chemical make up similar to that of keratin and it rejuvenates the hair with its own nutrients, giving it more elasticity and preventing breakage."
*There is controversy over the oral effects of aloe juice, especially when used by pregnant women. There is not enough scientific evidence to prove or refute health claims, so speak to a physician before starting oral supplementation with aloe.
Rose Hydrosol Mister
Hydrosols are like essential oils but in far less of a concentration. Rose oil and its hydrolate counterpart, rosewater, with its complex chemical profile of at least 275 compounds, possesses a vast number of therapeutic applications.
BEST USES: Spray directly onto skin concentrating on areas of acne, and/or dryness. Saturation is optimal. Spray onto abdomen and massage for relief of cramping, fatigue, and encouraging hormonal balance. Keep from children, pets, and men. External use only. Consult physician if pregnant.
Lavender Hydrosol Mister
Therapeutic and Energetic Uses of Lavender Hydrosol:
- Regenerative effects on damaged or fragile skin.
- Reduces all types of skin irritation and inflammation
- Safe to use on baby
- Safe to spray on your pet's fur for hotspots and other inflammations
- Great for acne
- Used in colonics
- Combine with sage and peppermint to combat hot flashes
- Combine with witch hazel for a before and after sunscreen spray
- Cooling to anger
- Emotionally balancing
When not in use, store in a cool dark place. A refrigerator is great!
Catty, Suzanne. Hydrosols, The Next Aromatherapy. Vermont: Healing Arts Press. 2001
"WOMANLY WISDOM KIT"– Organic EO 6 Pack Travel Gift Bundle
This hand crafted bundle of 6 EO blends is curated specifically for women's hormones & bodily sensitivities. Formulated with coconut oil for topical application, these blends have numerous benefits for the wellness of women. We recommend this for any woman looking for help with their hormone balance and endocrine system.
Lavender- A very floral French Lavender is the safest and most aromatic Lavender chosen for this bundle. Lavender has many benefits for the skin, relieving burns, scars, acne, and oily skin. It calms the nerves and relaxes the muscles, this oil can also be effective for relieving headaches and migraines within minutes. This blend is great for insomnia, depression, anxiety, and cramps as well.
Geranium- Historically used to ward off evil spirits, the wise women of old used this floral oil in numerous ways to balance their hormones and stimulate the adrenal cortex. This oil regulates sebum on the skin, and one quick sniff of this oil brings emotional balance and clarity to the mind. This blend can be used on cuts, scrapes, and wounds to prevent scars and ensure a speedy regrowth of new skin.
Guava Seed- This popular fruit is a powerhouse of nutrients. Guava can outdo many other fruits, including orange and other citrus fruits, in terms of its concentration of vitamin-C. This blend can be used on acne & scars as well as a general moisturizer most effective at preventing aging and eliminating fine lines over time.
Blood Orange- You'll find yourself in a good mood every time you smell this oil. It relieves depression and is great for acne, scars, and the closing of wounds. Orange Essential oils make great deodorizers and cleaning agents due to their ability to cut grease and clear drains.
Ylang Ylang- Very fragrant and floral, the unique scent of this oil stimulates hormone release. The aphrodisiac properties are known to help with libido and shyness. This oil is effective for hair growth and relieving tension as well.
Cypress- This astringent oil is a must have for women due to it's ability to stop blood flow (wounds, menstruation & hemorrhaging) as well as relieve acne, cellulite, and water retention. This oil has numerous benefits for women's hormonal balance and should be used topically around the abdomen to relieve pms or shorten periods.
*These oils are not to be used by pregnant women or men and not as substitution for medical care. Consult your physician with your health concerns.
Because Secretly Obvious oils are all natural and unadulterated, they affect the limbic system of the brain (which regulates hormones effectively). They penetrate the dermis to deliver their essence directly into the bloodstream, affecting your systems. When your household and cosmetic products contain synthetics and fragrances, they act as unnatural hormones to your limbic system! Quality skin care is simply offered to us by organic plants, and come straight from our world class perfumery.