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  • Sweet Almond Oil 135EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    Type: Carrier oil Size: 50ml Product description: The name “Almond” is believed to be a mix between both the French word “almande” and the Greek word “amydala.” The name “Almond” is believed to have the same origin as the word “Amygdala,” the part of the brain that controls the ability to make decisions, develop memories, and process emotions. The Almond is also Known as the “King of Nuts,” improves and strengthens cognitive functions. Sweet Almond Carrier Oil is derived from the ripe seeds/kernels of Almond fruits by cold pressing, which preserves the oil’s quality by protecting it from heat. The Sweet variety of Almond Oil is derived from only the sweet, edible Almonds of the botanical known as Prunus amygdalus var. dulcis, which grows white flowers. The Almond belongs to the same stone fruit family as plums, cherries, peaches, nectarines, and apricots. It has traditionally been used in confections such as candies, baked goods, and other desserts, in main dishes such as curries, and in remedies to address physical ailments. Ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic practices have used almond oil for centuries to help soothe and soften the skin and to treat minor wounds and cuts. Today, it’s not uncommon to find almond oil in a wide variety of cosmetic and beauty products. 1. Benefits: 1. Reduce Skin Irritation and Dry Skin: Almond oil can be used to calm your skin in times of need. Whether you’re dealing with itchiness, superficial skin burns, dry skin and swelling or something more clinical like psoriasis or eczema, almond oil can soothe the irritation as a quick fix before finding a more permanent solution. Applying it topically to the areas of need adds an extra dose of moisture, relieving any irritation your skin may be experiencing. 2. Calms Inflammation and Acne: Being non-comedogenic, anti-bacterial, and non-greasy, this medium-light lubricant has a quick absorption rate that is ideal for use in facial care, massages, and on skin that is sensitive or acne-prone. Thanks to its Zinc and retinoid content, it’s very useful for acne patients, it is an alternative to harsher ingredients, because it not only dissolves excess oil on the face, but also decreases inflammation.” 3. Skin Rejuvenation: Almond oil can be used to revitalize and rejuvenate your skin when it’s looking a bit dull or tired due to its Vitamin A & Omega 3 content. Almond oil contains softening properties that come in handy when your skin isn’t looking its best. As well as Almond oil stimulates collagen Production. 4. Evens Skin Tone and Improves Complexion: It can even out your skin tone and improve the complexion over time, revealing a new and improved version of your skin. 5. Sun Protection: Almond oil can protect your skin from the sun as well as reverse any damage or skin aging that has happened to your skin as a result of exposure to UV rays due to its Vitamin E content. This isn’t to say you should skip SPF altogether, but mixing in a bit of oil can increase your sun protection benefits while also giving you a glow. 6. Provides Anti-Oxidants: It’s also another form of environmental protector: Almond oil has high concentrations of vitamin E, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper, and therefore is a rich antioxidant. 7. Reduces Stretch Marks: Studies showed that Almond oil can be used to prevent their stretch marks from spreading as well as from forming. It has an incredible softening properties, so when it is applied to areas where stretch marks typically occur on your body, it works to soften that skin and allow for it to stretch without exacerbating the marks. The softened skin can handle stretching more than untreated skin. 8. Hydrates Skin: Applying almond oil to your skin is a great way to lock in moisture and keep your skin glowing all day long. Face oils including Almond oil leave your skin moist. Not only will your skin be left hydrated, but it will also have an overall better complexion and even tone. 9. Reduces Puffiness and Under-Eye Circles: Almond oil helps ease swelling of the skin. 10. Promote Stronger Nails: Sweet Almond Carrier Oil addresses mineral deficiencies that lead to thin, brittle nails and restores nail health to promote stronger, thicker, and smoother growth. 11. Relieve Muscle Pain: Sweet Almond Carrier Oil can relieve muscular aches, pains, and soreness by relaxing muscle tension, tiredness, and knots. Massing it into the skin introduces protein to the skin and muscles, boosts energy, and purges the skin of toxins and impurities 12. Support Healthy Hair Growth: Almond Oil slows hair loss, supporting the growth and maintenance of thick, soft, healthy strands due to its nourishing properties and high levels of vitamin E, magnesium and omega-rich fatty acids. By reintroducing their natural protective oils, Sweet Almond Carrier Oil hydrates hair and the scalp to repair damage, dryness, and sensitivity. 13. Medicinal Benefits: Almond oil helps to reduce feelings of stress and swelling, boosting circulation, and improving mental functions, it relieves body aches and pain, including headaches. It is known to address the unsightly issues of varicose veins and spider veins in the same way. Directions of use: 1. Makeup Remover: apply a small amount into your palm. Using your fingertips, gently apply the oil to the areas where you want to remove makeup. Then, use cotton balls or warm water to remove the oil. Follow by washing your face with your favorite cleanser. 2. Cleanser: Mix almond oil with an essential oil that’s known to benefit the skin, like lavender, rose geranium, or lemon oil. Be sure to patch test the essential oil on the inside of your elbow or wrist before applying to your face. Add a few drops of the essential oil to each ounce of almond oil and mix well. Apply the oil mixture to damp skin and rinse with warm water. Because it’s an oil cleanser, you may need to rinse twice to remove any residue. ** blend 5 drops of Sweet Almond Carrier Oil with 1 drop of Jojoba Carrier Oil and 2 drops of Honey, then slowly massage it into skin in a slow, circular motion. Leave it on the skin for 10 minutes before rinsing it off with a mild natural skin cleanser. Applied to rashes and other skin ailments, this blend also cleanses and facilitates faster healing of chapped skin, acne breakouts, dirt and excess oil secretion on the skin, scars, and stretch marks. 3. Moisturizer: wash and dry your skin as usual. Then, gently pat a small amount of almond oil — about half the size of a dime — onto your face with your fingertips, and let it absorb into your skin. If you’re using it as a moisturizer, you don’t need to rinse it off. ** A blend of rosewater and almond oil is excellent as a skin nourishment. It can be used as a face and body moisturizer as well 4. To effectively lighten dark circles under the eyes: A few drops of warmed Almond Oil applied under the eyes will gradually brighten them while reducing puffiness. 5. To reduce the appearance of an unwanted tan: A few drops of Almond Carrier Oil can be blended with a few drops of Lemon juice and 1 tsp. of Honey before being rubbed into the skin applying gentle pressure with the fingertips. After leaving it on the skin for 1 hour, it can be rinsed off with water. Applied all over the face, Almond Oil promotes the regeneration of new skin cells, thereby making skin appear to be rejuvenated and slowing the appearance of aging. 6. To exfoliate rough skin: Sweet Almond Oil can be mixed with fine sugar to create a natural scrub that can be used on the face or the body to gently but deeply cleanse pores and prevent future acne breakouts. Simply mix the two ingredients together, apply it in a gentle, circular motion to the skin to remove dirt and dead skin cells, then rinse it off with water. This treatment can be applied every week to achieve skin that looks revitalized and radiant. 7. To enhance the body’s overall systems: A blend of 90 ml of Almond Oil and 5 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil can be used in a massage twice a week. For massaging sore muscles with optimal results, first heat the Sweet Almond Carrier Oil until it is almost too hot to touch and apply the hot oil to the affected areas. Cover the area with a hot, damp towel for half an hour to draw out toxins. Applying Almond Oil topically in skin care or in a massage can prevent skin from losing moisture and can relax tight, tired muscles. 8. Hair Treatment: Add 2 drops of Almond Oil and 1 drop of Rosemary Essential Oil to a natural shampoo can uplift the mood and naturally reduce hair loss by addressing scalp conditions that contribute to hair fall, such as dandruff. **To strengthen and repair damaged or brittle hair: Apply the oil to damp hair immediately after washing it with a mild natural shampoo and towel drying it. Rub the oil between the palms, then apply it to the scalp and hair, ensuring that each strand is evenly coated. Allow the hair to air dry, and the result will be manageable hair that retains shine and is free from knots. **Moisturizing Hair Mask: If your hair is dull and rough from sun exposure, overprocessing, or heat-styling, take the hydration to a deeper level by using pure almond oil and avocado as a moisturizing hair mask. “Mash up an avocado and mix with 1-2 tablespoons of almond oil to create a smoothing hair mask. Apply to dry or damp hair and leave on for approximately 30 minutes. Follow by rinsing your hair and shampooing and conditioning as usual. **Hair Mask for Dry Hair: For extra dry or damaged hair, try mixing almond oil with equal parts olive oil and applying to your hair with a wide-tooth comb from root to ends. Rinse, wash and style as usual for hair with extra luster and softness. 9. Nail Treatment: To strengthen and thicken nails that are thin and brittle, warm a small amount of Sweet Almond Carrier Oil and apply 1 drop to the nail, massaging it into the cuticle. Repeating this vitamin-rich treatment weekly will result in clearer, smoother, healthier nails. 10. Treat Problems related to Circulation (varicose veins and spider veins): For a massage blend that will relieve or reduce the appearance of these issues, blend 30 ml of Almond oil with 2 drops of Garlic Essential Oil and heat the mixture. Gently massage the warm blend into the affected areas. For optimal results in pain relief, place a hot water bag over the area and leave it on for 10 minutes. 11. To soothe rashes and inflammation: Dip a few fingers into a small amount of Sweet Almond Carrier Oil and apply it directly to the affected areas, leaving it on until it is completely absorbed by the skin. 12. To Reduce Stretch Marks due to Pregnancy: To prevent stretch marks or reduce associated itching might try massaging almond oil into their abdomens. 13. Thicker Lashes: Apply almond oil on lashes right before sleeping will make them thicker, shinier and longer. 14. Cooking: Use Almond oil to create exquisite bakes or simple dishes too. Toss them into your salads or simply blend them with shakes and smoothies **Note: Those who have oily skin can use 2-3 drops of almond oil and apply it on their skin once a week. For dry skin we would recommend a few drops of almond oil massaged onto the skin 2-3 times a week. Also note that topical application of almond oil on facial skin should not exceed more than thrice a week as it can clog pores and trigger acne
  • Tea Tree oil 175EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    TEA TREE ESSENTIAL OIL ➢ Ingredients : Tea Tree Essential Oil 100% Pure, Natural and Therapeutic grade EO. ➢ Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia ➢ Country of Origin: India ➢ Extraction method: Steam Distillation ➢ Plant part used: leaves and twigs of the tea tree. ➢ Strength of Aroma: Middle to Strong ➢ Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): Herbaceous, green, leathery. ➢ Main components: terpinen-4-ol, γ-terpinene, α-terpinene ➢ Consistency and Color: clear and colorless ➢ Blend well with: Lavender, Rosemary, Geranium, Peppermint, Lime, Lemongrass, Orange ➢ Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. ➢ Cautions: People with allergy against Tea tree or any of its components. Not for ingestion: Tea Tree Essential Oil should never be ingested. It contains terpenes, active compounds which are extremely difficult for the body to process and can be toxic. Additionally, using tea tree oil in pets may not be safe. ➢ Shelf-life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. ➢ Description: Tea tree oil comes from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Tea tree oil has been used as a traditional medicine by Aborigines for centuries. These native Australians crush tea tree leaves to extract the oil, which is then inhaled to treat coughs and colds or applied directly to the skin for healing. Tea Tree Oil has become one of the most popular ingredients in aromatherapy today. The name Tea Tree derives from the expeditions of Captain Cook in 1770. When he reached Botany Bay in Australia, the crew boiled the highly fragrant leaves of the plant and made a spicy infusion in the place of tea. During WW2, producers of Tea Tree Oil were excluded from signing up to the army until there was enough of the ingredient to supply all soldiers’ first aid kits and hospitals. Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Tea Tree oil and how to include its purifying and cleansing effects in your daily rituals. ➢ Therapeutic Benefits: 1. Antibacterial: Tea tree oil is best known for its antibacterial activity. Studies suggest that the broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity associated with the oil comes from its ability to damage the cell walls of bacteria. Thanks to its antibacterial properties, Tea Tree Oil works very well as a natural laundry freshener, especially when laundry is musty or even mouldy. You can even apply it to your shoes, feet or underarm in order to eliminate any unpleasant smells. Tea Tree is known for its ability to effectively neutralize unwanted odors, making it a great addition to home cleaning recipes. 2. Anti-inflammatory: Tea tree oil may help control inflammation, possibly due to its high concentration of terpinen-4-ol, a compound with anti-inflammatory properties. Terpinen-4- ol also appears to increase the activity of your white blood cells, which help fight germs and other foreign invaders .Tea Tree Essential Oil is a great natural remedy to calm skin and soothe irritations and wounds. Whether it is blemishes, acne marks, pigmentation or even rosacea, Tea Tree Oil helps to reignite your skin’s radiance and even out skin tone. 3. Antifungal: Studies highlight the effectiveness of tea tree oil and its ability to kill a range of yeasts and fungi. The majority of the studies reviewed focus on Candida albicans, a type of yeast, which commonly affects the skin, genitals, throat, and mouth. 4. Antiviral: Some studies show that tea tree oil can help treat certain viruses. 5. Acne: Studies showed that participants treated with tea tree oil experienced improvement in both total acne count and the severity of the acne. This is thanks to its powerful antibacterial compounds, which work to deeply cleanse the skin and purify pores. 6. Athlete’s foot: Symptoms of athlete’s foot, or tinea pedis, were reduced through topical application of a tea tree oil cream especially with higher concentrations. 7. Contact dermatitis: Contact dermatitis is a form of eczema caused by contact with an irritant or allergen. Studies suggest that tea tree oil was effective in suppressing allergic contact dermatitis. 8. Dandruff and Cradle Cap: Mild to moderate dandruff related to the yeast Pityrosporum ovale may be treated with 5 percent tea tree oil. People with dandruff who used a 5 percent tea tree oil shampoo daily for 4 weeks showed significant improvements in overall severity, as well as in the levels of itchiness and greasiness. Another study found tea tree oil shampoo effective for treating children with cradle cap. Note that it is possible to be allergic to tea tree oil. To check for a reaction, put a little shampoo on the infant’s forearm, and rinse. If no reaction occurs in 24 to 48 hours it should be safe to use. 9. Head lice: Head lice are becoming more resistant to medical treatments, so experts are increasingly considering essential oils as alternatives. The tea tree oil was effective at killing the lice, eradicating 100 percent after 30 minutes. Other research has found that a combination of tea tree oil and lavender oil effective. 10. Nail fungus: Fungal infections are a common cause of nail abnormalities. They can be difficult to cure. Studies showed that tea tree oil might be effective in eliminating nail fungus. 11. Oral health: A gel containing tea tree oil may be beneficial for those with chronic gingivitis, an inflammatory gum condition. Study participants who used tea tree oil gel experienced a significant reduction in bleeding and inflammation. Other research indicates that a type of bacteria associated with bad breath may be treated with tea tree oil and alpha-bisabolol, the active component in chamomile. 12. Insect Repellent: Tea tree is effective in repelling insects ➢ Uses: 1. Tea tree oil is commonly used to treat acne, athlete’s foot, lice, nail fungus and insect bites. 2. Dandruff treatment 3. Renowned for its cleansing and rejuvenating effect on the skin, or apply to skin after shaving. 4. Diffuse throughout the home to help purify and freshen the air 5. Soothing to irritated skin 6. May help reduce the appearance of blemishes 7. Helps maintain healthy-looking hair and scalp. 8. Maintains the appearance of healthy skin and nails. 9. Can be used as a natural deodorant. Helps neutralize unwanted odors 10. Apply to fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keep nails looking healthy. 11. Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and use on surfaces as a cleansing and purifying agent. ➢ Directions of use: 1. Moisturizer for dry skin: Tea Tree essential oil has a moisturizing effect, which helps to soothe dry skin, as well as reduce itching and irritation. If you are suffering from dandruff or dry scalp, add a few drops to a carrier oil (such as olive or coconut) and apply to your scalp. You can also apply the mixture to your beard to use as a beard oil, or to any dry area on your face or body as a natural moisturizer. 2. To Promote hair growth: Tea Tree oil stimulates and increases blood flow near the hair follicles, which promotes healthy hair growth. Apply a few drops to the scalp daily,

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  • Tea Tree Facial Toner 150EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    Our Skin Toner refreshes skin while removing traces of dirt, make-up and oil. Revitalizes skin’s appearance while removing impurities that often lead to blemishes.Skin is left feeling soft and fresh. Ingredients: British Rose Petals Rosewater, Aloe Vera Juice, Witch Hazel, Tea Tree Essential Oil Benefits Enriched with Tea Tree and Witch Hazel, which help promote cleaner and clearer-looking skin. Tea Tree has been used for ages as a natural-detoxifier and purifier. Tea tree toner, working as an astringent, soothes irritated skin with skin troubles. Tea tree scent delivers fresh feeling. It also removes waste in clogged pores without stimulation for your clear skin. Reducing Sebum Production Removing Waste in Clogged Pores Soothing and Astringing How to Use After having the face washed, apply the adequate amount evenly on the whole face on the first step, and lightly tap on the face to better absorb it. If you use the cotton pad to wipe off, it is easier to exfoliate.

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  • Scrubby Bubby – Pure Argan Oil (40.4ml) 220EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Scrubby Bubby
    “The miracle moisturizer anti-ading for all skin types! Ingredients: Pure Argan beauty oil that is packed with extremely rich antioxidants, Omega-3 fatty acids, and Vitamins A and E. Use: Pour 1-2 drops of the oil on your palm and massage the product onto your face, dabbing and rubbing it lightly all over. Let the oil air-dry. The skin will absorb the oil fast and it will feel smooth and hydrated. All Scrubby Bubby products are lovingly and carefully made by hand with mostly natural ingredients and fragrances. Keep at temperature not exceeding 30ºC, Apply on a small patch of skin before using it on your whole body. Keep out of reach of children. “

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  • Pure Vitamin C Serum 40ml 220EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    Size: 40ml Ingredients: Pure Vitamin C Essential Oil with either Jojoba or Sweet Almond Essential Oil Benefits Promotes Collagen production, Even tones & brightens up the skin, Reduces under-eyes circles Speeds up healing, Reduces age spots & fine lines, Hydrates & moisturizes. Suggested Use: Apply a small amount once DAILY before bedtime. You shouldn’t be exposed to sun when applying your vitamin c serum. When used regularly you will start seeing results within the first week. 

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  • Organic Pure Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 200EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    125ml Organic Pure Extra Virgin Coconut Oil for Hair & Skin, Beauty Grade. 100% extra virgin coconut oil is a natural ingredient rich in antioxidant Vitamin E and proteins which instantly hydrates to nourish and protect dry skin and hair. Features & details Fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals help restore skin and hair’s vitality Natural triglycerides help retain moisture and keep dry skin smooth to the touch It’s great for all hair types, helping to increase shine, softness, and manageability while decreasing frizz Tip: Never use any coconut oil to hydrate your complexion since it is highly comedogenic, However it is an excellent make up remover just make sure you wash your face well afterwards with your usual cleanser

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  • Lemon Grass oil 120EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    LEMONGRASS ESSENTIAL OIL ➢ Ingredients : Lemongrass Essential Oil 100% Pure, Natural and Therapeutic grade EO. ➢ Botanical Name: Cymbopogon citratus ➢ Country of Origin: Egypt ➢ Extraction method: Steam Distillation ➢ Plant part used: Leaves and branches ➢ Strength of Aroma: Middle to Strong ➢ Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): Citrus, herbaceous, smoky ➢ Main components: Geranial, Neral, Geraniol, terpenes, lemonine, saponins, alkaloids, steroids, myrcene and citronellal. ➢ Consistency and Color: Clear, bright yellow. ➢ Blend well with: Basil, Cardamom, Spearmint, bergamot, black pepper, cedarwood, clary sage, cypress, fennel, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, lavender, lemon , orange, patchouli, rosemary, tea tree, thyme and ylang ylang essential oils. ➢ Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. ➢ Cautions: People with allergy against geranium or any of its components. ➢ Shelf-life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. ➢ Description: Lemongrass is steam distilled from Cymbopogon citratus one of several aromatic flowering grasses in the Poaceae family. Originally, native to India and Guatemala, this botanical now thrives around the world in warm, tropical climates. A greater amount of rainfall creates a higher citral content in the lemongrass, which makes it superior for essential oil use. Today, India is the top producer of lemongrass oil with around 80 percent of the total annual production in the world. It is used as a medicinal herb in India and it is common in Asian cuisine for soups, teas, curries, and seafood. In African and South American countries, it is popularly used for making tea. However, the uses for Lemongrass oil extend far beyond the kitchen. With a pungent aroma, Lemongrass essential oil is a favorite for massage, offers purifying benefits for the skin, and promotes a positive outlook. It can also support healthy digestion when used internally. Whether applied topically, used aromatically, or taken internally, the uses and benefits of Lemongrass essential oil are widely diverse. The chemical makeup of Lemongrass essential oil includes the constituents geranial and neral, which are aldehydes. Typically, aldehydes are known for their distinctly potent fragrances, which is evident in the case of Lemongrass essential oil. Aldehydes have many functions within essential oils, including the ability to cleanse surfaces. They can also lessen feelings of stress when diffused. However, essential oils with geranial and neral are particularly known for helping to maintain healthy gastrointestinal function when used internally. Geranial and neral are also known as soothing aldehydes, The lemongrass plant (C. citratus) is known by several international common names, such as West Indian lemon grass or lemon grass (English), hierba limon or zacate de limón (Spanish), citronelle or verveine des indes (French) and xiang mao (Chinese). Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Lemongrass oil and how to include its purifying and toningeffects in your daily rituals. ➢ Therapeutic Benefits: 1. Fighting bacteria: Lemongrass is used as a natural remedy to heal wounds and help prevent infection. It is effective in inhibiting and killing off the bacteria and it could be a complementary therapy in the future for fighting bacteria that do not respond to antibiotics including those that cause: skin, pneumonia, blood infections and serious intestinal infections. In another study, a concentration of 2% lemongrass essential oil gel inhibited the growth of bacteria that cause gum disease as well as increased tissue healing. 2. Reducing inflammation: lemongrass essential oil have potent anti-inflammatory effects due to its content of citral, may help treat skin inflammation in the future. 3. Combating fungal infections: Lemongrass had a “promising” antifungal effect, which leads to state that it could have potential use in the treatment of fungal infections. 4. Providing antioxidants: Antioxidants help fight harmful free radicals and oxidative stress in the body, which may help reduce signs of aging and the risk of many diseases. Lemongrass was shown to have strong antioxidant properties and was effective in scavenging free radicals. It can be used with gum inflammation, or gingivitis. These results may make it a useful addition to a regular dental hygiene routine. 5. Treating stomach issues: lemongrass essential oil might help treat issues affecting the stomach thanks to its aldehyde contet. The study found that lemongrass essential oil provided protection against damage in the stomach and could be a potential remedy for these types of ulcers. Furthermore, eugenol, which is a component found in lemongrass essential oil, may help relieve pain and treat stomach upsets and diarrhea. Lemongrass is also a common ingredient in herbal teas and supplements for nausea. Although most herbal products use dried lemongrass leaves, using the essential oil for aromatherapy may provide similar benefits. 6. Easing rheumatoid arthritis: Lemongrass essential oil may help reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, most likely due to its citral content, which has anti-inflammatory properties. 7. Relaxation and massage: Lemongrass relieve stress and anxiety. Which causes high blood pressure. Studies found that the lemongrass oil massage reduced diastolic blood pressure. They said it could have a “harmonizing effects” on the nervous system. Studies showed that people who inhaled the lemongrass essential oil had a reduction in anxiety and tension. 8. Treating headaches/ migraines: lemongrass essential oil might be effective for treating headaches and migraines. It is a common headache treatment in Australian traditional medicine. Eugenol is thought to prevent blood platelets from clumping together. It also releases serotonin. Serotonin is a hormone that regulates mood, sleep, appetite, and cognitive functions. 9. It may help reduce cholesterol: High cholesterol may increase your risk of heart attack and stroke. It is important to keep your cholesterol levels stable. Lemongrass is traditionally used to treat high cholesterol and manage heart disease. 10. It may help regulate blood sugar and lipids: Results showed lemongrass oil lowered blood sugar levels. It also changed lipid parameters while increasing HDL (good) cholesterol levels. 11. Dandruff: lemongrass essential oil may help fight dandruff. 12. Lemongrass essential oil is a source of essential vitamins such as vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, folate and vitamin C. It also provides essential minerals such as magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, copper, potassium, calcium, zinc and iron. 13. Soothing and healing Skin Benefits: Lemongrass is a soothing oil. It is commonly used for massage. The refreshing aroma combined with the oil’s soothing properties make it a popular choice for massage therapy especially after physical activity. It also holds purifying benefits for the skin, making it a desirable oil to use during massage sessions. 14. Eliminate mental fatigue: Diffusing Lemongrass oil when you want to overpower feelings of nervousness, or eliminate mental fatigue. Diffusing Lemongrass essential oil can also help promote a positive outlook and heighten your awareness. 15. Repelling Insects: The aldehydes in Lemongrass essential oil also make Lemongrass useful for naturally repelling insects. 16. Cooking: Lemongrass has been a common ingredient to add flavor to Asian soups, curries, beef, fish, teas, and more. It is also widely used in baked goods or candies in the food industry because of its distinct flavor. 17. Skin and Nail: Lemongrass contains purifying and toning benefits for the skin, and can be used in your skin care routine to help promote pure, toned skin. The limonene in

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  • Cold Pressed Sweet Almond Oil 15ML 200EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    100 % Pure Cold-Pressed Sweet Almond Oil for face, body and hair.The name “Almond” is believed to be a grouping of extractions from both the French word “almande” and the Greek word “amydala.” The amygdala – the part of the brain that controls the ability to make decisions, develop memo- ries, and process emotions. Known as the “King of Nuts”, the Almond and its oil are believed to improve the skin, hair and brain. Almond oil is extracted from the seeds of the almond tree and has been valued in many ancient cultures for their healing and health properties, including high levels of protein, omega-9 fatty acids and Vitamin E. Almonds were first produced in the Middle East. These properties allow almond oil to improve the shine and strength of your hair. Almond oil is an emollient making the hair smoother to touch and softer texture overtime whilst simultaneously strengthening and repairing the hair. It makes the hair less prone to breakage and diminishes split ends. It can also help enhance hair growth and treats scalp conditions. Almond oil can be used as a facial cleanser and helps remove excess sebum and dead skin and opens clogged pores. The zinc content in almond oil lightens scars and stretch marks and has proved to be effective for pregnant women with skin irritation and stretch marks. It also reduces puffiness and under-eye circles due to its anti-inflammatory properties.  

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  • Cold Pressed Sesame Oil 15ML 160EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    100 % Pure Cold-Pressed Sesame Oil for face, body and hair. Sesame is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. It was greatly prized in Babylon and Assyria at least 4,000 years ago. In Hindu legend, the seeds are a symbol of immortality. The Egyptians and Persians ground the seeds into flour, while the Romans made a spread for bread. Being a nutrient rich oil, sesame oil has been used widely for healing pur- poses. Often disregarded in the beauty department, this oil may be one of the most underrated beauty secret of our time. It is a versatile oil, with wide rang- ing properties that make it epitome for all skin types and skin related issues. Sesame oil has powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Rich in anti-inflammatory compounds makes it ideal to be used without any carrier oil. Being a thick and sticky oil, sesame oil has the ability to penetrate deeply into the pores producing a detoxifying effect leaving skin feeling warm and fresh. Applied directly over the skin, the molecules of sesame oil attract oil-soluble toxins that can be washed away. These proper- ties make it perfect to be used for skin conditions like eczema. It can also be helpful in reducing existing acne and pimples, and can prevent breakouts and blackheads due to its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Sesame oil is extremely effective in stimulating hair growth. It boosts blood circulation throughout the scalp, stops excessive hair loss, and facilitates the growth of new hair, it is particularly beneficial for maintaining scalp health, strengthening hair shafts, promoting hair growth, and adding shine to it.

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  • Cold Pressed Rosemary Oil 15ML 251EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    Type of ingredient: : 100% Organic Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil Main benefits: Stimulates hair growth, treats alopecia, fights hair loss, relieves pain, eases stress, lowers level of stress hormone, increases blood circulation when massaged in hands and feet, applying diluted Rosemary (add to carrier oil ) results in higher energy levels and less fatigue, reduces joint inflammation. Applying rosemary oil on your stomach aids in digestion and can relieve constipation, stomach cramps, bloating, flatulence (yes, I mean farts), and symptoms of dyspepsia and reducing headaches, clears the chest and nasal congestion, reduces cough, cold, and sore throat. Who should use it: In general, all skin types can benefit from using rosemary oil. How often can you use it?: Rosemary oil can be used daily, both AM and PM. Works well with: Rosemary oil works well with most ingredients but must be diluted with a carrier oil if applied to the face. (We offer several carrier oils such as sweet almond, sesame, coconut, and argan oil.)

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  • Cold Pressed Moringa Oil 15ML 217EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    100 % Pure Cold-Pressed Moringa Oil for face, body and hair. Moringa Oil is extracted from the seeds of the most nutrient-dense tree on the planet, it is a rich source of powerful antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that supports all your skin needs. It is nature’s gift for your skin and has anti-aging, healing and beautifying effects. It is derived from the seeds of the Moringa Oliferea tree, also known as the “Tree of Life,” and is full of phytonutrients and behenic acid. This “Super tree” contains over 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants that boost health, skin, and hair. Moringa oil’s therapeutic and cosmetic benefits were historically documented thousands of years ago. The Romans and Greeks used Moringa oil in all their skin products while the Ancient Egyptians used this oil to protect their skin against the damages of sun, sand and the desert environment. This super- oil has a strong resistance to going rancid and can stay fresh for many years and is able to deeply penetrate tissues even to the depth of the bone marrow for deep cleansing. Moringa oil also has many benefits for hair. It restores hair moisture levels and improves the overall health of your hair. It also can protect color-treated locks and enhance shine, antioxidant protection and protection against color depletion as well as protect the hair from damaging effects from the sun.

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  • Cold Pressed Lavender Oil 15ML 228EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    Type of ingredient: : 100 % organic Lavandula Officinalis cold pressed Main benefits: Lavender oil soothes the nervous system and alleviates stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, migraine, headaches, and fatigue. Does not clog pores, promotes hair growth , prevents dandruff, reduces discoloration of skin, alleviates cramping. Who should use it: In general, all skin types can benefit from using lavender oil. How often can you use it?: Lavender oil can be used daily, both AM and PM. Works well with: Lavender oil works well with most ingredients but must be diluted with a carrier oil if applied to the face. (We offer several carrier oils such as sweet almond, sesame, coconut, and argan oil.)

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  • Cold Pressed Garden Cress Oil 15ML 182EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    100 % Pure Cold-Pressed Garden Cress Oil for face, body and hair.Garden Cress or Halim Seed oil is extracted from Lepidium sativum seeds by the process of cold pressing. It is grown in subtropical climates being native to Egypt and the Middle East and has been used for hundreds of years for its therapeutic benefits. It has a multitude of benefits for the hair including treating baldness, and hair loss due to its high natural antioxidant properties with Vitamins A, E and Eugenol. Cold-pressed cress seed oil has a perfect proportion of Omega-3 and Omega- 6 fatty acids, thereby being very beneficial to the skin and hair. This oil also strengthens the roots of the hair and treats dryness and itchiness of the scalp with carotene and manganese content. It protects the hair from split ends and supports lengthening hair and thickening of the hair. Garden cress oil also hydrates the skin and gives it a natural glow. It also helps cure acne and fade dark spots on the skin and detoxifies the skin from impurities by regenerating new skin tissues. Garden cress is a nutrient dense oil with multiple beautifying benefits for the skin and hair.

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  • Cold Pressed Coconut Oil 15ML 182EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    Type of ingredient: : 100 % cold pressed Cocos nucifera L Main benefits: increases hydration for skin and hair, reduces inflammation, increases collagen production, lightens dark patches, promotes hair growth, prevents lice and dandruff, can be used as makeup remover and soothes itchiness. Who should use it: In general, all skin types can benefit from using Coconut oil. How often can you use it?: Coconut oil can be used daily, both AM and PM. Works well with: Coconut oil works well with most ingredients.

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  • Cold Pressed Argan Oil 15ML 285EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Hathor
    100 % Organic Argania Spinosa Skeels Cold Pressed Oil. Main benefits – Argan oil is great for anti-ageing, hydrating, regenerating and moisturizing the skin and face. It protects skin from sun damage, treats acne, prevents and reduces stretch marks, improves wound healing and heals skin infections. It promotes hair growth and adds shine to hair while fixing split ends to damaged and colored hair. Who should use it – In general, all skin types can benefit from using Argan oil. How often can you use it? – Argan oil can be used daily, both AM and PM. Works well with – Argan oil works well with most ingredients.

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  • Clove oil 180EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL ➢ Ingredients : Clove Essential Oil 100% Pure, Natural and Therapeutic grade EO. ➢ Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum L. ➢ Country of Origin: India ➢ Extraction method: Steam Distillation ➢ Plant part used: Dried flower buds ➢ Strength of Aroma: Middle to Strong ➢ Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): strong, very spicy, warm, woody aroma with sub-note of leather ➢ Main components: Eugenol ➢ Consistency and Color: Clear Yellow to Orange ➢ Blend well with: Similar to other spicy or woody essential oils, Clove oil blends well with essential oils that have similar properties. Spicy essential oils like Wild Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit, Frankincense, Peppermint, Cassia, Cedar wood, Ginger, Nutmeg and Cinnamon blend well with Clove oil due to their warm aromatic characteristics. Clove oil also blends well with sweet, herbaceous essential oils like Roman Chamomile, Rosemary, Rose and Fennel oil. ➢ Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. ➢ Cautions: People with allergy against clove or any of its components. Before taking clove oil internally, consult your doctor if you are taking any medications like anticoagulants /antiplatelet. ➢ Shelf life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. ➢ Description: Clove oil is an essential oil that is derived from clove trees. The clove tree, known as Syzygium aromaticum (Eugenia caryophyllata,), is native to Southeast Asia can live up to 100 years, although today you may find it growing in other locations too. Clove gets its name from the Latin word clavus, meaning “nail.” This is a fitting name, as the buds of clove resemble small tacks or nails. Clove trees have been useful for centuries for cooking, perfumes, and other aromatic uses. Clove was listed in the early German medicines by highly regarded Herbalists. Healers in China and India have used clove buds since ancient times as part of their treatments. History tells us that the Chinese have used clove for more than 2,000 years as a fragrance, spice and medicine. Cloves were brought to China from Indonesia as early as 200 BC. Back then, people would hold cloves in their mouths to improve breath odor during audiences with their emperor. Clove oil has literally been a lifesaver at certain points in history. It was one of the main essential oils that protected people from getting the bubonic plague in Europe. The ancient Persians supposedly used this oil as a love potion. Meanwhile, Ayurvedic healers have long used clove to treat digestive issues, fever and respiratory problems. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, clove is highly acclaimed for its antifungal and antibacterial abilities. Today, clove oil continues to be used in numerous products for health, agricultural and cosmetic purposes. Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Clove oil and how to include its stimulating and energizing effects in your daily rituals. ➢ Therapeutic Benefits: 1. Antimicrobial: Clove oil has the ability to kill bacterial cells. Studies also looked at the antifungal activity of clove oil, which was the most effective at stopping the growth of a range of fungi with environmental origins such as athlete’s foot, oral thrush, and vaginal yeast infections due to the effect of Eugenol in clove oil. 2. Pain Reliever in Toothache: According to studies, clove oil and its molecules were effective at preventing dental erosion, so it is believed that clove oil may work in a similar way to fluoride in preventing cavities and cavity-causing organisms. In addition, clove oil may be effective as a topical anesthetic and relieving oral pain (sedative properties). 3. Helps cleanse tooth and gums: Clove has been used for years in dental preparations, candy, and gum for its flavor and ability to cleanse the mouth and help freshen breath. 4. Skin Healing: When applied to the skin, clove oil may be effective at relieving itching and promoting healing. As a natural remedy to eliminate acne, due to its anti-bacterial effect. 5. For digestive upset: Eugenol has the potential to assist the body in maintaining normal gastrointestinal motility, which is particularly helpful during times of stress when the digestive tract is not functioning properly. It helps to soothe stomach pain and aid in digestion, helps in motion sickness, bloating and flatulence. 6. Relieve respiratory conditions like cough and asthma: Clove oil has effect on bacteria that causes pneumonia and flu. 7. Improves Blood Circulation: Clove bud oil is used to soothe muscle aches and pains with its soothing and warm effects, it helps the blood flow through the area and help reduce the pain. Because it helps improve circulation, clove oil is ideal for reducing the pain and discomfort typically associated with tension headaches. 8. Used as an Insect Repellent: Many insect repellent companies use clove essential oil as one of the active ingredients in their spray products. 9. Reduces Foul Cooking Odors: Some foods can cause unpleasant odors in your house when you are cooking. Diffusing clove oil after cooking can help soak up the offensive odors and replace them with a more pleasant scent. 10. Increases Libido: One drop of clove in your coffee or beverage can give you an extra shot of sexual energy. Some believe it is a great natural way to increase your sex drive. 11. Powerful antioxidant benefits: clove contains 30 times more antioxidants than blueberries. In a nutshell, antioxidants are molecules that reverse the damage caused by free radicals, including cell death and cancer. Antioxidants slow aging, degeneration, and protect the body against bad bacteria and viruses. 12. Immune System Booster: With its potent antibacterial and antiviral abilities, studies suggest clove can help boost the immune system to fight off, or even prevent, the common cold and flu. Eugenol has been shown to have inhibitory effects on oxidative stress and inflammatory responses, thereby helping defend against chronic diseases. Recent evidence even indicates that clove has potential anticancer properties due to its major active component eugenol. 13. May Help Lower Blood Pressure and Boost Heart Health: If you’re struggling with high blood pressure, or hypertension, clove may be able to help. Studies have revealed that eugenol seems able to dilate major arteries in the body while also reducing systemic blood pressure.One study concludes, “Eugenol may be therapeutically useful as an antihypertensive agent.” 14. Anti-inflammatory and Liver-Protective: Eugenol in oil of cloves is indeed a powerful anti- inflammatory. This study demonstrates that low doses of eugenol can protect the liver against disease. It was also observed that eugenol reverses inflammation and cellular oxidation (which speeds the aging process). 15. Potent platelet inhibitor: Acetyl eugenol in clove seems to be a “potent platelet inhibitor” in human blood cells. This means it prevents the clumping together of platelets in the blood, which can contribute to formation of blood clots. Clove is known to act as a natural blood thinner, so much so that it’s not recommended to combine clove oil with other conventional blood thinners. 16. As a cooking spice: Clove oil adds a spicy flavor to any dish or dessert while providing internal health benefits. ➢ Uses: 1. Clove oil can be especially useful for dental hygiene. 2. Because of its warm, spicy characteristics, Clove oil makes the perfect addition to your favorite autumn or holiday recipes especially gingerbreads, muffins and pumpkin pies. 3. Add Clove oil to your daily supplement regimen to help promote wellness. 4. Clove oil brings a warming sensation to the skin; it is sometimes used for massage therapy. 5. Diffusing it during the fall and winter seasons for a stimulating sensation. Clove has a sweet-spicy, hot and somewhat fruity scent. It cleans the air and especially helpful for improving immune health and blood pressure. 6. Have anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties that may prevent viral infections. 7. Facilitate the body’s elimination of toxins. 8. Enhance digestion and reduce the chances of developing flatulence. 9. Great addition to household cleaning products. 10. Contains antioxidants when taken internally. 11. Supports the immune system when taken internally. 12. Clove bud oil is often used as the active ingredient to soothe the itching and burning ➢ Directions of use: 1. Diffusion: Diffusing the oil is an easy way to add the spicy scent of clove to a room. Or perhaps you’d like to make use of clove oil’s antimicrobial properties and use it as a mild disinfectant. When diffusing clove oil, make sure the room is well ventilated. Diffuse three drops of Clove oil, two drops of Cinnamon, and one drop of Orange oil in the essential oil diffuser of your choice. 2. Topical: There are a couple of ways to apply clove oil to your skin if you want to use it for pain relief, wound healing, or to ease itching, add some to homemade personal care products like deodorant and toothpaste. It is also a potent antibacterial ingredient to add to homemade cleaners. • Massage oils. Dilute clove oil in carrier oil, such as jojoba, coconut, or olive oil. The NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy) suggests using 15 drops of clove oil per ounce of carrier oil in order to create a 2.5 percent solution. • Creams, scrubs, or lotions. Dilute clove oil in an unscented product, such as a lotion or facial cream. The NAHA recommends a 1 to 2.5 percent dilution for normal skin and a 0.5 to 1 percent dilution for sensitive skin. • If you’re exposed to people with a cold or the flu, you can mix it with coconut oil and rub it on your neck and chest for natural antioxidant protection. • For high blood pressure, you can also dilute it with coconut oil and apply it to your wrists. 3. Dental: For toothache; • Dilute a few drops of clove oil in an edible carrier oil, such as olive or coconut oil. • Dab a clean cotton ball into the solution, allowing it to soak in. • Let it sit for about five to 10 minutes. • Avoiding contact with your gums, apply the cotton ball to the sore tooth. It may take a few minutes of application to feel relief. • Reapply every 2 hours as necessary. If you experience irritation or discomfort when applying clove oil to a tooth, stop using it. • For regular care: • Add one Clove oil drop to toothpaste to clean teeth and gums. • Place one drop in two ounces of water and gargle for a soothing effect. • place a single drop of Clove oil in two ounces of water and gargle for a soothing effect. • You can also add one drop of Clove oil to your toothpaste, which will promote clean teeth and fresh breath. • Relieve the pain of bunions and warts: Soak a rag in diluted clove oil and apply to the affected area. Leave it there for a few minutes or until the pain subsides. Soaking a rag in clove oils or simply applying the diluted oil to the skin can be a great way to soothe nerve pain as well. • For tension Headache: Apply a rag soaked in diluted clove oils to the forehead or temples to get the blood vessels opened. When used for aromatherapy purposes, clove bud oil helps to stimulate the brain. The scent makes you more attentive and can even make you feel more energetic than you normally would. • Acne treatment: As a natural remedy to eliminate acne, take three drops clove oil mixed with two teaspoons raw honey. Wash your face with this formula, then rinse and pat dry. • Exfoliating sugar scrub: Make your own skin exfoliating scrub at home by combining brown sugar with the fall scents of Ginger and Clove essential oil, and enjoy smooth, exfoliated skin. 4. Internal use: Dilute one drop in four fluid ounces of liquid. Put a couple drops of the oil in a beverage to use it for stomach pain purposes. 5. Cleans Metals: Soak a clean cotton rag in clove oils metal surface to effectively clean the dust and dirt away. It also gives it a spectacular shine unmatched by other products. 6. Insect repellent: You can also put some of the diluted oil on your body so bugs and mosquitoes won’t come near you. ➢ Test Reports: (for each lot# GC analysis) ➢ Disclamirs: The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. All cautions listed for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.

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  • Cinamon oil 300EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    CINNAMON ESSENTIAL OIL ➢ Ingredients : Cinnamon Essential Oil 100% Pure, Natural and Therapeutic grade EO. ➢ Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum ➢ Country of Origin: India ➢ Extraction method: Steam Distillation ➢ Plant part used: Cinnamon bark oil. ➢ Strength of Aroma: Middle to Strong ➢ Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): spicy, woody, sweet, and for many, filled with happy memories, cinnamon essential oil feels warm and familiar, like an old friend. ➢ Main components: Cinnamaldehyde and eugenol, Transcinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, eugenol and linalool ➢ Consistency and Color: Slightly Turbid Intense Yellow ➢ Blend well with: sweet orange oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, patchouli oil, and geranium oil, bergamot, cardamom, clove, ginger, nutmeg, peppermint, rose and vanilla ➢ Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. ➢ Cautions: People with allergy against Cinnamon or any of its components. Cinnamon oil is very strong and must be used sparingly and diluted. ➢ Shelf-life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. ➢ Description: Cinnamon bark oil is derived from the plant of the species name Laurus cinnamomum and belongs to the Lauraceae botanical family. Native to parts of South Asia, today cinnamon plants are grown across different nations throughout Asia and shipped around the world in the form of cinnamon essential oil or cinnamon spice. Many people consider it one of the longest-existing spices in human history. Cinnamon was highly valued by ancient Egyptians and has been used by Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine practitioners in Asia for thousands of years to help heal everything from depression to weight gain. Whether in extract, liquor, tea or herb form, cinnamon has provided people relief for centuries. Throughout history, the cinnamon plant has been tied to protection and prosperity. It is said to have been part of a mixture of oils used by grave-robbing bandits to protect themselves during the plague in the 15th century, and, traditionally, it is associated with the ability to attract wealth. In fact, if you were lucky enough to have cinnamon during ancient Egyptian times, you were considered a wealthy man; records show that the value of cinnamon might have been equivalent to gold. Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Cinnamon oil and how to include its relaxing and soothing effects in your daily rituals. ➢ Therapeutic benefits: 1. Heart Health-Booster: Cinnamon oil can naturally help to boost heart health. It can help lower both overall cholesterol and LDL “bad” cholesterol while raising HDL “good” cholesterol. Cinnamon has also been shown to help foster nitric oxide production, which is beneficial for people with heart disease or who have suffered from a heart attack or stroke. In addition, it contains anti-inflammatory and anti-platelet compounds that can further benefit arterial health of the heart. 2. Natural Aphrodisiac: In Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is sometimes recommended for sexual dysfunction. Studies points towards cinnamon oil as a possible natural remedy for impotence, boosting both sexual motivation and erectile function. 3. Improves Blood Sugar Levels: Studies show that cinnamon has positive effects on insulin release, which means it can help keep blood sugar stable and therefore prevent chronic fatigue, moodiness, sugar cravings and overeating. Inhaling cinnamon essential oil can also help to keep unhealthy food cravings away. 4. For Skin, Hair and Lips: With its anti-inflammatory properties, cinnamon oil can be an effective natural remedy for inflammatory skin concerns like rashes and acne. You can mix cinnamon essential oil with a carrier oil (like coconut oil) and apply it to the skin to take advantage of its antimicrobial capacity. Cinnamon oil can be a benefit for hair; it boosts hair health and growth. You can combine a few drops of cinnamon oil with a carrier oil such as almond oil for a quick homemade scalp treatment. Using warming cinnamon oil for lips is a natural way to plump them by boosting circulation to this area. Combine two drops of cinnamon oil with a tablespoon of coconut oil for a great DIY lip plumper. 5. May Help with Weight Loss: Cinnamon is gaining a reputation for being a fat-burning food and valuable tool for weight loss. With its ability to balance blood sugar levels and sweeten the taste of foods without any added sugar, it is very helpful for curbing a sweet tooth. Unstable blood sugar can lead to overeating, low energy and weight gain, but adding cinnamon oil to fruit, tea, oats, baked goods or smoothies helps slow the rate at which glucose is released into the blood. 6. May Help Ulcers: Studies showed that Cinnamon reduced colonization of a type of bacteria called Helicobacter pylori or H. pylori is known to cause ulcers. When H. pylori is eradicated or reduced this can greatly help with ulcer symptoms. In addition, eugenol found in cinnamon decreased the number of ulcers as well as the severity of the ulcers. 7. Fights Parasites: Studies have found that cinnamon oil inhibits growth of certain harmful parasites, making it an excellent parasite treatment. Cinnamon can help fight parasites by disturbing their amino acid biosynthesis, which is essential to their survival. 8. Helps Sore Throats: With its known anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, and immunomodulatory effects, thanks to cinnamaldehyde, cinnamon essential oil is a great choice for fighting infections like a sore throat. Try drinking a combination of hot lemon water, honey and cinnamon oil first thing in the morning to improve a sore throat and boost immune function. These ingredients will work together to fight inflammation, reduce pain, and boost immune function making them a perfect sore throat remedy. 9. Deodorizes Your Home: You know the warm smells of the holidays that everyone loves filling their homes with during the fall and winter months? You can make your own natural home deodorizer and freshener by combining therapeutic scents like cinnamon, orange, lemon and cloves in a diffuser or homemade room spray. At the same time, you will experience a grounding, relaxing, soothing feeling and help detoxify the air. 10. Fights Fungal Infections: Is cinnamon oil good for toenail fungus? According to research, cinnamon oil and olive oil display antifungal and antimicrobial activity against fungal strains like Candida, which is often the cause of toenail fungus and other fungal infections.

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  • Breast Enhancement Oil – 125ml 250EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    Ingredients:Coconut, Pomegranate, Fennel, Fenugreek, Lavender, Ginger, Clove, Castor, Papaya Seed & Evening Primrose Oil Benefits: Advanced formula to increase breast volume & improve feminine curves. Lifts your bust area giving you firmer, curvier & fuller breasts. Accelerates the creation of new cells able to store lipids while increasing the capacity of those cells to store higher volumes of lipids. More cells with more capacity to store lipids result in enlarged breast size. All natural, safe, and effective. Hormone and paraben free with no side effects. Directions: Apply a small amount on the bust evenly and massage for 1-3 minutes until it is absorbed fully. Use it once daily at bedtime. Valid for 1 year if stored in the fridge

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  • Black Pepper oil 135EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    BLACK PEPPER ESSENTIAL OIL ➢ Ingredients : Black pepper Essential Oil 100% Pure, Natural and Therapeutic grade EO. ➢ Botanical Name: Piper nigrum ➢ Country of Origin: India ➢ Extraction method: Steam Distillation ➢ Plant part used: Fruits (Peppercorns) ➢ Strength of Aroma: Middle to Strong ➢ Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): Spicy, hot, woody, sharp, fruity, warm, pungent ➢ Main components: β-caryophyllene, limonene, sabinene, α-pinene, ß-Pinene, δ-3-carene ➢ Consistency and Color: Clear Colorless to Faint Yellow ➢ Blend well with: Bergamot, Frankincense, Geranium, Lavender, Clove, Juniper Berry, Sandalwood, Clary sage, Coriander, Fennel, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin and Cedarwood essential oils. ➢ Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. ➢ Cautions: People with allergy against black pepper or any of its components. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Black pepper has a warming, slightly reddening effect on the skin, due to its circulation boosting effects; this is fine on normal skin types, but this oil isn’t recommended for those with sensitive or allergy-prone skin. ➢ Shelf-life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. ➢ Description: Black Pepper Oil has been nicknamed ‘black gold’. In Ancient Roman times, single peppercorns were used as a means of paying rent, dowries and taxes. In the 5th century AD 3000 pounds of peppercorns were demanded as a ransom for the city of Rome. Although Black Pepper itself is frequently used in everyday life, the benefits of Black Pepper Essential Oil are not so widely known. Long known for its medicinal value, Black Pepper Essential Oil in aromatherapy can have a powerful impact on the skin, mind and body.Hippocrates wrote about the virtues of Black Pepper Essential Oil as a medicinal ingredient over its use as a spice. In Ancient Greece, Black Pepper quickly became a symbol of power and affluence. Not only used as a currency, it was also used to gain political advantage. In the Middle Ages, cities such as Florence and Venice owed their economic success to the trading of black pepper. In fact, the spice became so sought-after that wars broke out to seek the control of its supply. Black Pepper is best known as a common cooking spice that enhances the flavor of foods, but its internal and topical benefits are equally noteworthy. This essential oil is high in monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, known for their antioxidant activity and their ability to support the immune system when needed most. When Black Pepper essential oil is orally ingested, a sesquiterpene called caryophyllene helps the body support healthy cell function. As well as its ability to help, ward off environmental and seasonal threats when used internally. Ingested Black Pepper promotes healthy circulation, but should be used with caution when applied topically due to its strong warming sensation. It can also help with the digestion of foods, making it an ideal oil to cook with and enjoy both for its flavor and internal benefits. Black Pepper essential oil is a diverse oil that provides many physically and mentally stimulating properties essential to promoting human health. Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Black Pepper oil and how to include its warming and antioxidant effects in your daily rituals. ➢ Therapeutic Benefits: 1. Digestive tonic: Black Pepper Essential Oil stimulates the entire digestive system, including the stomach, liver and pancreas to provide remarkable benefits. Black Pepper Oil fights against bloating, flatulence, constipation and lack of appetite. 2. Relieve aches and pains: Black Pepper Oil has warming, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties. Black Pepper Essential Oil works to reduce joint and muscle pains and symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism. 3. Anti-viral: Today, some strains of bacteria have evolved to become resistant to medicine, but Black Pepper Oil could be the solution. With remarkable anti-viral properties, Black Pepper Essential Oil can target these drug-resistant strains of bacteria and inhibit stubborn infection. 4. Ease feelings of anxiety: Black Pepper Essential Oil has been shown to relieve negative effects and symptoms of anxiety. Furthermore, the emotional benefits of Black Pepper Oil may help to reduce cigarette cravings and reduce levels of stress and anxiety for those quitting smoking. 5. De-toxify: According to research, Black Pepper Essential Oil has been shown to have ‘bio- transformative’ effects. It can normalize blood pressure, improve glucose tolerance and boost circulation to flush out toxins and reduce inflammation. Benefits for the skin: 1. Purify: Potent anti-bacterial properties make Black Pepper Essential Oil an effective skin-purifier. By eliminating impurities, toxins and bacteria from the surface of the epidermis, pores can breathe again to allow your skin to thrive. 2. Anti-aging: High in antioxidants, Black Pepper Oil fights the free radicals that can harm your skin and cause signs of premature aging, to leave your skin looking more youthful. 3. Rejuvenate: Black Pepper Essential Oil has been shown to boost circulation and improve blood flow. Through this, toxins and excess fluids are flushed away to improve radiance. ➢ Uses: 1. Provides antioxidant and digestive support when used internally. 2. Internal use can support healthy circulation thanks to constituents like limonene. 3. Enhances food flavor of soups, salad dressings, and meat dishes 4. Diffused/ sprayed for giving peaceful awakening and relaxing vibes. 5. Used in massage for warming and relaxing sensation. ➢ Directions of use: 1. One of Black Pepper essential oil’s unique qualities is its ability to provide warm sensations when applied topically. This factor makes it a perfect oil to use in a relaxing massage blend. Create your own warming and soothing massage blend by combining one to two drops of Black Pepper essential oil with a carrier oil (Coconut oil). Using Black Pepper essential oil in a massage blend not only provides warm sensations during a massage, its aromatic components also help enhance your relaxing experience. 2. Need a good way to calm unwanted nerves? Black Pepper is a great way to relieve anxious feelings. When used aromatically, Black Pepper essential oil can help soothe tightened emotions. To relieve yourself of anxious feelings, place a few drops of Black Pepper essential oil into a diffuser or inhale it directly to receive its aromatic benefits. 3. Preparing a delicious barbeque for your friends or family? Don’t forget to use Black Pepper essential oil. For an unforgettable steak, try adding a drop of Black Pepper to your steak marinade. This well-known spice can add a zing to your steak that will have the whole family wanting to know your marinade’s secret ingredient. You can also add it to soups, entrees, and salads to enhance food flavor and aid digestion. 4. After a peaceful afternoon nap, it’s not uncommon to wake up feeling groggy or maybe even more tired than you were before you slept. In instances like this, Black Pepper essential oil is a great oil to have. After an afternoon nap, apply a few drops of Black Pepper oil to the bottom of your feet for a stimulating wake up. The warming sensation of Black Pepper will provide you with the boost you need to transition from your sleepy state to a ready-to-go mentality. 5. Sometimes a walk in the fresh, crisp air of winter is just what the soul needs. Make sure to prepare correctly for your chilly stroll by using Black Pepper oil. Apply one drop of Black Pepper essential oil to a carrier oil and apply to the bottom of your feet before you take your winter walk. Black Pepper’s chemical makeup allows for a warming sensation to overcome the area where it has been applied topically. Keep your feet warm by using Black Pepper oil on your feet. Taking a drop in water may also help support healthy circulation. This essential oil is an ideal companion for a comfortable and refreshing seasonal walk. 6. Enjoy your favorite seasons with good health by using Black Pepper essential oil. Because Black Pepper has certain natural chemicals such as monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, it can support the immune system when needed most. To better protect your health, take one to two drops of Black Pepper oil in water when seasonal threats are high. 7. For relaxing vibes, add 8 ounces water, 4 drops Lavender essential oil, 3 drops Vetiver essential oil and 3 drops Black Pepper essential oil and spray it in the room. 8. On a chilly day, add a drop to your lotion and rub onto your hands and feet. 9. Power through afternoon slumps with awakening aromas! Simply diffuse 3 drops each of Peppermint, Orange, and Black Pepper essential oils. ➢ Test Reports: (for each lot# GC analysis) ➢ Disclamirs: The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. All cautions listed for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.

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  • Bakuchiol Serum (30ml) 350EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    Bakuchiol Serum, The Natural Alternative to Retinol Experts claim that Retinol “erases wrinkles” and “turns back time”. For all its miraculous effects (and it really is miraculous), retinol can irritate skin, and it isn’t safe for pregnant or breastfeeding moms. Retinol products also tend to contain fillers and preservatives, a no-no for those who prefer plant-based products. There’s however a safe alternative to Retinol: Bakuchiol, a plant extract that’s been scientifically proven to mimic the effects of retinol. Bakuchiol has the anti-aging and anti-microbial attributes of Retinol-without the headaches.Very easy to tolerate. Relatively easy to incorporate into skincare formulations.  Not fussy.  Feels good on the skin–no itching, flaking, or irritation. And is Effective for anti-aging applications! Ingredients, Bakuchiol, Rosehip & Pomegranate Oil Benefits: • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles • Fades pigmentation and age spots • Speeds up collagen production • Smoothes rough skin patches • Increases skin firmness and elasticity • Improves skin texture • Shrinks pores Suggested Use: Apply 2 times daily, morning & evening as a skin moisturizer after toning. Dispense 2 – 3 drops onto palms & gently massage in a circular motion using fingertips.

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  • Anti Aging Oil Blend 220EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Believe in Nature
    Benefits: Boosts collagen production Evens out skin tone Reduces inflammation Promotes skin cell turnover Protects your skin from environmental damage Anti-Aging as it lifts & tightens. Wrinkle Reducer Natural Moisturizer Suitable for all skin types Ingredients: Frankincense Essential oil, Hemp seed oil, Rosehip oil, Seasme oil,Vitamin e oil Suggested Use:Apply on a clean face and massage in a circular motion, starting inwards to an outward direction to allow deep absorption of the serum on the skin.

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  • AMLA OIL 175EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    Ingredients : Amla Oil 100% Pure and Natural Carrier Oil. Botanical Name: Emblica officinalis Country of Origin: India Extraction method: Extraction Plant part used: Fruits Strength of Aroma: Mild Aromatic Scent Description (Perfumery Note): Amla oil has very little scent. Main components: vitamin C, vitamin A, polyphenols, amino acids (alanine, lysine, proline, aspartic acid, glutamic acid),proteins, carbohydrates, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, carotene, alkaloids, gallotannins, pectin. Consistency and Color: Slightly turbid yellowish brown to brown Blend well with: All essential oils. Kid-safe: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use fixed oils on children under 5 years old. Cautions: Amla oil is generally considered safe to use on your skin especially, if you are using the pure, natural and original form. Be careful of cheap oils of unknown sources that might induce sensitivity. If you’ve never used Amla oil on your skin before, do a patch test before applying it. Shelf life: Once opened, store in a cool dark place and use within 12 months. Description: Amla oil is a natural oil contains extracts from the Amla fruit, also called the Indian gooseberry and emblic myrobalan, comes from the amalaki tree native to India. Long used in Ayurveda,, the Indian gooseberry is prized for its sour taste; the word amla translates to “sour” in Sanskrit. It is used in numerous multi-herbal formulations, including the centuries-old dietary supplement. While Indian gooseberry is edible, Amla oil manufactured from its fruit is intended for external use only. Indian gooseberry is native to India, but it is today grown throughout Asia and parts of the Middle East. Amla fruits have been eaten, or made into tonics and oils, for thousands of years and used both as a therapeutic and preventative medicine. Sensera Aromatherapy will walk you step by step through the benefits of Amla oil and how to include its benefits in your daily rituals. Therapeutic Benefits: Amla oil is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and antioxidants, all of which might contribute to cellular regeneration and promote healthy circulation to the blood vessels in the scalp. These properties may help to facilitate hair and skin growth and boost the overall health of the scalp. Amla oil also contains anti-inflammatory qualities. Amla may reduce inflammation of the scalp and, as a result, control and regulate oil production. Moisturizer for dry hair: Amla oil is extremely hydrating. It is highly moisturizing, which can help to nourish dry, brittle strands. Antiseptic dandruff prevention: The antibacterial nature of Amla oil may help to prevent the formation of dandruff and treat other causes of itching on the scalp. Strengthens hair: Amla oil is rich in phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals, which add shine and strength and support moisture. By incorporating Amla oil into your hair care routine, hair may become healthier and more resilient. Protects the hair cuticle: The hair cuticle is the outermost part of the hair shaft that protects it from external factors like excessive heat, dust, pollution, hard water and hair styling choices. Amla oil as an antioxidant shields our hair from these various damaging external factors. Can prevent hair loss:While more research is needed to determine the efficacy of Amla oil in promoting hair growth, its ability to strengthen hair may help to prevent breakage, since dry, brittle hair is more susceptible to breakage. Reduce premature pigment loss from hair, or greying. Prevent or treat parasitic hair and scalp infections, like lice infections. Prevent or treat fungal and bacterial hair and scalp infections. Improve overall appearance of hair Uses: While Amla oil comes from edible fruit, it is not meant to be ingested. So don’t drink it. Amla oil is most commonly used to promote hair and scalp health: Reduce the effects of premature aging by slowing or preventing grays Reduce dry skin. Reduce dehydration Lighten or brighten the skin. Reduce the appearance of scars, blemishes, age spots, and wrinkles. Reduces inflammation Treat parasitic, fungal or bacterial issues. Boost your overall hair look. Soothe an itchy scalp. Slow hair loss Directions of use: Conditioner: Amla oil is often used in place of a conditioner after shampooing. It is gently massaged into the scalp so that it lightly coats the hair. People with an oily scalp should apply it to the hair shafts only. After 15 minutes or so, thoroughly rinse the hair with warm water. If amla oil gets into the eyes, rinse thoroughly with cool water. Deep overnight conditioner: Amla oil can also be left on the scalp overnight for deep conditioning. If used in this way, wear a shower cap and cover your pillows with towels to prevent staining. Amla oil can have a strong, musky odor, so you may want to use it sparingly if you don’t plan to rinse it out right away. Scalp treatment: Massage the oil into the roots of your hair to ensure it reaches the skin of your scalp. You can use it with other Indian herbs like turmeric or saffron to make an excellent scalp treatment. Use as a pre-wash detangler:Apply the oil to unwashed hair before shampooing. Make sure to work through the hair and use the hydrating nature of the oil to assist with detangling. If you don’t have time to let it sit in your hair, use a blow dryer to heat and activate the oil for a short period before showering and shampooing. NOTE: Amla oil can be applied topically or taken in oral form. While there may be benefits to amla oil for overall health, those looking to capture its hair boosting qualities should stick to topical applications. Amla oil is intended for external use only. **Who should use it: In general, anyone with dry or damaged hair will benefit from using this oil. Especially those who have an oily scalp, but still have dry, brittle hair. **How often can you use it: Amla oil can be applied to the hair and scalp up to twice weekly. Before incorporating it into weekly use, a small patch test should be conducted to test for sensitivity. ***CAUTIOUS: While amla oil comes from edible fruit, it is not meant to be ingested. So do not drink it. ***Using the oil in the shower or bath can make the floor very slippery. Caution should be used to prevent slips and falls. Test Reports: (for each lot# GC analysis) Disclamirs: The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. All cautions listed for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.

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  • Thyme Oil 120EGP incl. VAT Sold By : Sensera Aromatherapy
    Type: Single essential oil Size: 10ml Product description: The word Thyme derives from the Greek word ‘thymos’ meaning ‘perfume’, denoting the rich fragrance of the plant. The Ancient Egyptians used Thyme as one of the steps in the embalming and mummification process since its high thymol content kills off bacteria and fungus. Back in ancient times, it was associated with courage, bravery and strength. Roman soldiers exchanged sprigs of the herb as a sign of respect. Both Greeks and Romans burned bundles of thyme to purify their homes and temples. They also commonly used it medicinally in their bathwater. In the European Middle Ages, the herb was nestled under pillows to encourage restful sleep for its ability to ward off evil spirits and bad dreams. An incredibly useful asset in medicine, cosmetics and aromatherapy, here’s all you need to know about Thyme Essential Oil to get the most out of its wonder ingredient. Uses: 1. Supports a healthy immune system and helps clear the respiratory system during times of sickness. 2. Boosts the circulatory system and reduces muscular and digestive discomfort. 3. Helps energize and promote feelings of calm and peace. 4. Promotes clean air when diffused. 5. Useful for keeping bugs away from outdoor spaces. 6. Excellent addition to homemade cleaning recipes. 7. Can also help clear the skin of problems resulting from a hospital stay. As well as fighting free radicals with its antioxidant activity helping to hinder aging process. 8. Cooking and culinary seasoning. Directions of use: 1. Energizing, Uplifting and Alerting: Add Thyme essential oil to your favorite daytime diffuser blend to promote a sense of alertness with its stimulating aroma. It can promote mental clarity and feelings of peace in an energizing way. 2. Clearing Respiratory Tract: Diffuse a drop or two during times of seasonal illness to help clear your respiratory tract at the time of illness. 3. Skin Cleanser and Purifier: Dilute one to two drops of Thyme essential oil with Fractionated Coconut Oil and then apply the solution to targeted areas on the skin. This Mix helps to purify and promote healthy-looking skin. Cooking: Add Thyme Essential oil to your recipes to enjoy a delicious and cultural taste instead of using dried thyme. 5. Boost Immune System: Add two drops of Thyme essential oil to your veggies or salad, especially during winter months, to support a healthy immune system as it has a powerful antioxidant activity. 6. Insect Repellent: Place a couple of drops of Thyme oil on a cotton ball and put it in corners where bugs are sure to hide. You can also place Thyme essential oil, diluted with Fractionated Coconut Oil, on your wrists and neck to keep the insects away. Thyme essential oil contains chemical properties that naturally repel insects. 7. Natural DIY Essential Oil Deodorant Recipe: Thyme gives a cleansing and purifying effect on the skin. Add ¼ Cup Baking Soda + ¼ Cup Cornstarch + 3-5 tablespoons coconut oil + 15 dps essential oil mix ( You can include Thyme, Lavender, Geranium and Lemon) and you can alternate between the mix as you wish. 8. Household Cleanser: Thyme oil is one of the best essential oils for cleaning due to its powerful cleansing properties thanks to its antibacterial and antiviral properties. Thyme essential oil can help to clean surfaces and remove dirt, germs and unpleasant odors at a dilution of 1%—all without the use of harmful chemicals. This is a safe cleaner for surfaces where little hands frequently touch. It has a fresh, herbal fragrance that smells great and mixes well with peppermint, and lemon. For the bathroom, mix together water and baking soda with a few drops of unscented liquid vegetable soap to make a paste. Then add around 20 drops of cleansing essential oils and mix. The paste is a great alternative to traditional bleachbased cleansers used on toilets and tubs. For the kitchen, add vinegar to a spray bottle of water along with some cleansing essential oils of your choice. The amount you use depends on how much fragrance you prefer, but even a few drops can boost the cleaning power of water and vinegar. Use the spray on counters, stovetops, the sink, floors or any surface you wipe. Be sure to use gloves and shake well as the essential oils won’t be fully dispersed.
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