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Somatology Bergomot Balance Oil 15ml

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Great to keep with you for an afternoon pick-me-up, to wake up the senses or to create an experience for yoga and/or massage.

Scent: Italian Bergamot

Bergamot orange (Citrus aurantium var. bergamia) is a small, roughly pear-shaped citrus fruit, which grows on small trees known as bergamots. Bergamot is named after Italian city Bergamo, in which its oil was first sold, and it has become a symbol of the entire region and city.

Carry in your bag for an energizing pick me up in the afternoon or use it in your yoga classes at the beginning of the session to uplift the senses and mood. Can be used for the beginning of any session. Also can be applied directly to skin since it is diluted unlike most essential oils. Can also be used in combination with a lotion for an added scent.

Somatology Bergomot Balance Oil 15ml

Code: 14006

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Product Description

Great to keep with you for an afternoon pick-me-up, to wake up the senses or to create an experience for yoga and/or massage. Scent: Italian Bergamot Bergamot orange (Citrus aurantium var. bergamia) is a small, roughly pear-shaped citrus fruit, which grows on small trees known as bergamots. Bergamot is named after Italian city Bergamo, in which its oil was first sold, and it has become a symbol of the entire region and city. Carry in your bag for an energizing pick me up in the afternoon or use it in your yoga classes at the beginning of the session to uplift the senses and mood. Can be used for the beginning of any session. Also can be applied directly to skin since it is diluted unlike most essential oils. Can also be used in combination with a lotion for an added scent.

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Code 14006
Brand Other
Suitable For Professional, Student, Personal
Contents / Ingredients Nothing Noted
Assembly Direction Nothing Noted.
Usage Instruction(s) Nothing Noted
Other Detail(s) Nothing Noted

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