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Mirrolla bergamot essential oil, 10 ml

Mirrolla bergamočių eterinis aliejus, 10 ml
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Mirrolla bergamot essential oil, 10 ml
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Content: 10 ml
  • Manufacturer: Mirrolla
  • Brand: Mirrolla
  • EAN: 4650001790156
  • Product code: 1407
4.99 €
Ex. VAT: 4.12 €

For external use only.

Normalizes the work of the sebaceous glands, soothes irritations. Strengthens brittle, dry hair. Prevents splitting of nails.

Emotional mood: liberates, cheers up.

Aroma: tart, bitter, spicy-sweet.

Precautions: check for individual sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes and damaged skin. Use with caution during pregnancy. Individual intolerance to oil is possible.

Composition: Citrus Aurantium Bergamia Fruit Oil (bergamot oil).

Method of application:

Enrichment of cosmetics: mix 2 drops with 15 g of base (cosmetic oil, cream, lotion, tonic, mask, shower gel, shampoo, balm, etc.).

Massage: mix essential oil (2-3 drops) with 1-2 tablespoons of Mirrolla cosmetic or massage oil, apply to the skin.

Aromatization of air: the aroma lamp is filled with hot water, 3-6 drops of essential oil are dripped per 15 m² of area. A lit candle is placed in the lower part of the aroma lamp. Do not allow water to boil, add water from time to time. The duration of the procedure is 15-30 minutes.

Baths: add 4-7 drops of essential oil to a bath with a water temperature of 37-40C°. For better dissolution, mix with 2-4 tablespoons of emulsifier (salt, honey, milk). The duration of the procedure is 15-30 minutes.

Saunas, baths: add 3-6 drops of essential oil to a bucket of water, sprinkle wooden benches and walls with this mixture. It is not recommended to pour the mixture directly on hot stones.

Storage conditions: Store between +5 °C and +25 °C. Keep away from children.

*Information about the effect and use of the oil is prepared based on aromatherapy literature sources: "The Directory of Essential Oils" (Wanda Sellar), "375 essential oils and hydrosols" (Jeanne Rose), "Aromatherapy: An A-Z:" (Patricia Davis), " Encyclopedia of Vegetable Oils" (Neumyvakin I.P.), "Aromatherapy" (Denise Vicello Brown), "Aromatherapist's Handbook" (L.N. Slavgorodskaja).

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