Ylang Ylang Pure Essential Oil 25mL

A calming, sensual, meditative and warming oil.



Ylang Ylang Pure Essential Oil 25mL
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A calming, sensual, meditative and warming oil.
Also useful for: Stress, mild anxiety, irritability, mood swings, nervous tension and insomnia

How to use this product


Create your own personal aromatic environment and balance emotional wellbeing. HOW: Choose 3 essential oils. Add a total of 5 drops to the water your Oil Garden diffuser. As the mist rises it carries the pure essential oil particles into the surrounding air.


Nourish and rejuvenate the body while experiencing the healing benefits of pure essential oils. HOW: Choose 3 essential oils. Add a total of 5 drops of essential oil to 10 ml of carrier oil and gently massage over the skin. The oils are absorbed into the body via the hair follicles working from within to improve general wellbeing.


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Posted by YOHANNA on 25 January 2018

There are only a few of the essential oils that are a must haves in my house. This is one of them.

The quality of Oil Garden essential oils in general is excellent, so I have been using the whole range of their selected oils , the ones I need.

Ylang Ylang I use for my hair rinses, also I add a few drops of it in my hair mask. Most often I would use it as a natural perfume popping a drop or two on my neck and decolletage, at times on my wrists. Also when I have eczema breaking out from allergic reaction on metals/nail polishes on my hands, I would massage some of this oil onto my hands before bed for quicker healing (putting a few drops in carrier oil like sweet almond, coconut, jojoba…etc). It is very good as a moisturizing agent.

Naturally, you can use it in diffusers for aromatherapy, but personally I rarely use it for this purpose =)


Posted by Ylang ylang without sweet or floral notes on 25 January 2018

I’ve tried ylang ylang essential oil from other brands. They had slight variations in how they smelled due to where they were sourced from, the time that the flowers were picked, and the distillation process. Ylang ylang essential oil that is pressed the first time has the sweetest scent, and the oil from the last pressing is not as sweet.

My bottle of Oil Garden ylang ylang essential oil did not have any sweet or floral notes. Based on this, I assume that the ylang ylang was from the last pressing. I tried vaporising the ylang ylang on its own, but I didn’t like the scent. I found it better to vaporise the ylang ylang with other essential oils such as geranium and lavender.