Autumn Air Essential Oil Blend | 15ml
This blend has the perfect aroma for Fall. It's citrus and spicy, just the right smell to cuddle up with a warm cup of coffee and a sweater.
This blend of essential oils is the perfect scent for Fall.
This combo of oils brings the aroma together and makes this oil a great option for DIY skin care recipes.
Ingredients: Cassia, Ho Wood, Lemon, Balsam Fir and Orange Essential Oils.
Dilution Rate: Always dilute essential oils when using them on the skin. This blend contains essential oils that are skin irritating. This blend is best used at a 3% dilution rate or less.
Kid Safe: May be used on children 10+
Pregnancy Safe: Not recommended
Breastfeeding Safe: Not recommended
Cat or Dog Safe: Use caution when diffusing this blend around cats and dogs as it could cause adverse reactions. Whenever you are using essential oils make sure your pet can leave the room.
More Safety Info: There is a small risk of phototoxicity due to the Lemon Essenital Oil content of this blend. Cassia Essential Oil is skin irritating, we recommend when using this blend topically to use a 3% dilution rate or less.
Benefits: Relief, Calming and Uplifting. Tropical scent for perfume, relaxes promotes healthy skin, and soothes sore muscles.
GC/MS tested to guarantee safety, efficacy & quality.
Please do your own research when beginning to use essential oils in your home. Each person is different, and the way you react to a certain product may be significantly different from that of other people.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please consult with a trusted healthcare or essential oil professional.
Not all essential oils are suitable for use in a diffuser or application on the skin, please *do not* take internally.
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