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Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Tropical, floral and exotic, our pure Ylang Ylang essential oil is sourced from the flowers of Cananga odorataa plant native to the Philippines and Indonesia through extraction being by steam/hydrodistillation. Ylang Ylang essential oil is used to promote relaxation, kill bacteria, lower blood pressure, and increase sexual desire. Ylang Ylang essential oil has hydrating properties that aid in maintaining the skin's oil production and keeps it well-nourished.

 Key Properties: 

  • Boost mood
  • Reduce depression
  • Alleviate anxiety
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Decrease heart rate
  • Stimulate oil production in the skin and on the scalp
  • Repel flying insects and kill bug larvae

Ingredients: 100% Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang) oil

Origin: Phillipines & Indonesia

More Details: 

  • Extraction Method: steam/hydrodistillation
  • Blend Eucalyptus Oil with: Bergamot & Lemon
  • Scent: Aromatic, Fruity, Flowery & Rich 
  • Shelf Life: Once opened. Store in a cool, dark place and use within 6 months

Side Note: 

To treat depression, high blood pressure, and anxiety, add 1-2 drops of Ylang Ylang Oil to a bowl of hot water or humidifier, and inhale vapours. 

To reduce the signs of aging, to soothe irritation, and to generally protect the skin, simply dilute 1-2 drops of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil in 1 Tbsp Coconut Carrier Oil or Jojoba Carrier Oil, then gently massage it into the face 1-2 times daily


Ylang Ylang has been used for a multitude of things for many years. For instance, in the Molucca Islands, it’s used to make a hair pomade. When it comes to Ylang Ylang and perfumery, it’s often the heart or the middle note and happens to be the main note in some of today's popular fragrances, such as the iconic Chanel No. 5.

Common Primary Uses

Stress, Asthma, Self esteem, Depression, Reduce skin/hair dryness, Decrease heart rate, Massage, Aromatherapy, Blood pressure, Perfumery, Antioxidant, Sexual desire.

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