Ingredient Series 2 - Ylang Ylang Flower Oil is a small flower that's a giant in goodness

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Canaga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil

Ylang Ylanf flower in natural habitat

These rare seeds are from the world famous Cananga odorata tree. It is native to Northern Australia and tropical Asia,  known commonly as "Ylang-Ylang"  which means 'flowers of flowers', and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world. The tree is able to grow flowers of differing ages starting with white, then as they get older change to green-yellow and in older age to orange-reddish. It is common to see a tree with flowers of varying colours. 

Better Skin

It is very effective in maintaining moisture and oil balance of the skin and keeps the skin hydrated, smooth and young.  Also used in the beauty industry to improve symptoms of hair loss, skin conditions such as acne and a variety of other blemishes, as well as it is able to enhance cell growth which reduces the signs of aging.

Anti aging effects of ylang ylang

It can also be used to cure internal infections in organs such as the stomach, intestines, colon and urinary tract. In addition it is of great benefit for people suffering with insomnia, fatigue, frigidity and other stress related conditions. Indeed there are a number of other benefits such as promotes relaxation, kills bacteria and as part of a combination to kill head lice.

Fatigue and insomnia

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