100% Pure Essential Oils – Best quality, purity & freshness
Looking for a range of best essential oils that you can depend on every time for quality, purity and freshness? These Oils are ethically sourced pure essential oils.
Creating your own blend? We have a selection of essential oil roller bottle sets to allow you to create your very own unique essential oil blend that is very cost effective. You can also create your own massage blend by using your essential oil blend diluted in the range of different carrier oils available in our online store. A great way for your skin, household and wellness to experience natural alternatives.
Ylang Ylang Oil is an interesting oil due to its different stages of extraction, each which yield different aromas and composition. The oils are extracted at different times during the lengthy distillation which explains the grades which are Extra, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & Complete (or VOP). Extra grade is distilled for the shortest duration of time before the essential oil is collected. The distillation process is then continued for a further amount of time before the 1st grade is collected. The same process is continued for 2nd & 3rd grade. Ylang Ylang Complete grade means the oil has been distilled in a complete, uninterrupted process.
Pure Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil has a very floral, sweet aroma, with intriguing hints of spice. Whilst it has been distilled for a similar amount of time to our Ylang Ylang 3rd Essential Oil, the uninterrupted distillation process creates a different aroma.
Ylang Ylang oil, often referred to as ‘poor man’s Jasmine’, is best known for its balancing and calming properties, often described as bringing on a feeling of bliss. It’s said to be soothing if you’re feeling stressed, anxious and having trouble sleeping, helping you feel to feel peaceful and relaxed. Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil is also recommended for helping to alleviate extreme mood swings.
Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil blends well with
Bergamot, Cedarwood, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Lemongrass, Mandarin and Orange essential oils.
Directions for Use:
Diffusion: Add a few drops of Ylang Ylang Oil to your Aromatherapy Diffuser if you’re feeling stressed.
Topical Use: Add Ylang Ylang Oil to your carrier oil of choice at a 2-4% dilution and apply topically as a skin serum or massage oil. For facial application, we recommend a 1% dilution.
Botanical Name: Cananga odorata
Plant Part: Flower
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation (fractions)
Country Of Origin: Madagascar
Safety: Not to be Taken. Possible skin sensitivity – dilute prior to topical application. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid during pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding.
Essential Oils are highly concentrated and powerful oils, and have the ability to cause serious harm if ingested without the necessary expertise required – for this reason, ingestion of essential oils is NOT recommended for the general public.
It is highly recommended to dilute all pure essential oils prior to applying topically. Essential oils are highly potent, concentrated and powerful oils, and can cause severe skin irritations or even burn the skin when not diluted. Essential Oils are also volatile, therefore when diluted with a non-volatile material (carrier oil), it makes the evaporation process much slower and allows the essential oil to be ‘carried’ into the skin, providing a more effective therapeutic outcome.