Essential oils

Essential oils

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Vegetable oils

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Blossom waters

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Massage oils

Massage oils

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Aroma sprays

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Diffusors

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Gifts & kits

Respiration

Respiration

Breathe freely

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14 essential oils

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5 vegetable oils - cold-pressed

Description

Massage oil

Clear your airways with Physalis Respiration, thanks to its synergy of 16 essential oils. Contains (amongst others) eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus radiata, ravintsara, Scots pine, red and yellow thyme and three mint species. A Respiration massage of your chest and back opens up blocked airways and helps you to breathe more freely, for an immediate feeling of respiratory comfort.

With a synergy of 100% organic essential oils of eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus radiata, ravintsara, Scots pine, niaouli, wild mint, peppermint, spearmint, myrtle, oregano, star aniseed, juniper berry, spike lavender, rosemary, red thyme and yellow thyme.

Physalis aromatic massage oils combine the nourishing and soothing qualities of vegetable oils with all the virtues of essential oils.

Respiratory tracts

Respiration

Content

100 ml


Use

External use

Heat the oil in your palms and apply to the skin for a purifying massage.

Safe use: read carefully the package leaflet!

Download the product leaflet


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