Golden Slumber is a calming pulse-point blend of neroli, lavender and frankincense essential oils to calm the mind and relax the senses in preparation for sleep. Use this on your pulse-points in the evenings to wind down and restore.
- Made in the UK from all-natural ingredients
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- 20ml glass bottle with a stainless steel rollerball
- Vegan friendly and never tested on animals
- See about tab for full ingredients
This essential oil blend is supplied in a durable amber glass bottle with a stainless steel rollerball for quick application on your pulse points. Made with 100% pure essential oils blended with olive oil for safe usage on the skin.
Ingredients: olea europaea (olive) oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, citrus arantium dulcis (neroli) flower oil and botswellia carterii (frankincense) oil.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have sensitive skin, we advise carrying out a patch test before applying the oil to your pulse points.
The products created by Rye Botanicals are freshly made in small batches with ethical, vegan, natural and nourishing ingredients. Rye & Co wish to help you punctuate your day with little wellness rituals that allow you to pause, breathe deeply and appreciate how wonderful you are.
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