Palmarosa - The Oil of Self Care

Self Care is a huge topic right now, and it seems like everyone is talking about it. No wonder why when Self-care techniques and general lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms of many health problems. 
Looking after our body and mind and being good to ourselves is the first step to feeling our best, and our carefully crafted 100% natural pure essential oils can help you tune in to your daily needs, whether that's more sleep, more energy, more focus, less stress…. take your pick.

Palmarosa is the essential oil of self-care, and you can use it to support mood during emotional vulnerability. Stress, anxiety, grief, trauma, nervous exhaustion can be nurtured by this subtle, supportive, and balancing oil. It's also great for hormones, stabilizing premenstrual syndrome symptoms, bloating, and hormonal imbalance—a go-to for calming and uplifting emotions and clearing muddled thoughts. 
Palmarosa is a bright, sunny scent, perfect for using in a diffuser on a cold winter's day. It's great for sensitive skin. 

Palmarosa essential oil belongs to the same Indian grass family of essential oils as lemongrass, citronella, and vetiver, containing potent antimicrobial properties. Palmarosa is sometimes referred to as Turkish rose because of the floral aroma and beneficial properties to the skin, a milder counterpart to the traditional and much more expensive rose essential oil.

Increasingly, this gem of essential oil is used in hero skincare products. That's because it can penetrate deep within the skin cells, nourishing the epidermis, balancing moisture levels, and locking moisture in. After use, skin appears rejuvenated, radiant, supple, and stronger. It's also great at balancing sebum and oil production of the skin. This means it's a good oil to treat acne breakouts. It can even help with healing cuts and bruises.
These beautiful magic oils mantra cards share the many ways you can use essential oils; the deck contains 54 cards and comes in a beautiful box.

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