Sleep Essential Oil Blend
FOR ALL SKIN TYPESCRAFTED WITH ESSENTIAL OILSVEGANFOR ALL SKIN TYPESCRAFTED WITH ESSENTIAL OILSVEGAN
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Prepare busy bodies and minds for some shuteye with our Sleep Essential Oil Blend.
Dab a few drops of this aromatic, fragrantly-floral stuff onto pulse points. The scent helps you switch off, wind down and clear your mind before sleep. And if you use it as part of our 4-step bedtime routine*, it helps you hit the pillow faster and improves sleep quality, so you can wake stronger. You can even apply on-the-go whenever you need to clear body and mind during a busy day.
Our vegan oil is made with 100% biodegradable* lavender essential oil from France, 100% biodegradable* vetiver essential oil from Madagascar, blended in sweet almond oil.
It also comes in a recyclable*** glass bottle, so you can love your beauty sleep and your beautiful planet.
It’s time to rest, recharge and rise. Because tomorrow needs fresh eyes.
*Proven 4-step bedtime routine to help fall asleep faster and improve sleep quality. Lather up with the Hair & Body Wash. Massage in our Body Cream. Spritz the Pillow Mist. Apply the Essential Oil Blend to pulse points. **Ultimately biodegradable according to the OECD 301 guidelines for carbon related substances. ***Not including lid and reducer plug. Where local facilities allow.
- Pulse Point Perfume Oil
- Perfect for all skin types
- Help relax and clear your mind before sleep
- Help fall asleep faster and improve sleep quality*
- Clinically proven by the European Sleep Centre
- Certified by The Vegan Society
LAVENDER & VETIVER
A calming and aromatic duo created especially for our bedtime routines. This blend is rounded off with a warm and creamy vanilla note for extra comfort. Famously fragrant and known for their potent properties in helping to soothe body and soul, lavender and vetiver are the heroes of our range of bedtime routines for busy minds.
We use lavender from the plateaux of Haute-Provence, produced without fertilizer or irrigation. And vetiver from Madagascar, introduced to help diversify local production.