Angelic Romance Essential Oil Roller Ball Perfume
Angelic Romance Roller Ball Perfume
This listing is for one 10ml roller ball perfume bottle. I created this special blend with organic dried roses, organic coconut oil, organic lemon essential oil, organic honeysuckle essential oil, organic rode essential oil and angel aura crystals.
Rose petals and their medicine help to move and open the heart. They are also used to uplift ones mood and alleviate depression as well. It also is said to be an antispasmodic, aphrodisiac and have sedative qualities, as well as being anti-inflammatory.
Lemon scent promotes concentration and has calming and clarifying properties that are helpful when you're feeling angry, anxious or run down. It is also high in Vitamin C.
Honeysuckle essential is wonderful mood stabilizer.
Angel Aura Quartz is an extremely high vibrational stone that’s energies can be felt to the touch, no matter the sensitivity of a person. This magic mineral can provide enough energy to fill environments with endless rays of joy, happiness, and uplifting energy. Angel Aura Quartz is the perfect stone to help when one may feel emotionally unstable or distressed.
To Apply: Gently shake and simply apply to wrists, behind ears, nape of neck, or wherever you normally apply perfumes, and gently massage in.
10ml glass bottle with roller ball
Natural Coconut Oil , Organic Rose Essential Oil, Organic Lemon Essential Oil, Organic Peony essential, organic honeysuckle essential oil , angel aura Crystals.
Legal Disclaimer :
WARNING: For external use only ,Do NOT take any aromatherapy oils internally. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
The magical occult properties are listed for historical use mainly and should not be taken as medical advice.