Folklore Everyday Mist

$18.00

pre-order now, available october 1

Inspired by the changing seasons, cool nights, warm drinks + bonfires.
Folklore encourages us to gather, enjoy each other's company, and share stories.


Ingredients 
Distilled Spring Water, Witch Hazel (alcohol-free), Cassia, Ginger, Black Pepper, Orange, Vanilla

· Mist throughout the day for a spicy, warm aroma
· Use as part of your self-care routine to ground space and self
· May help in supporting overall wellbeing

notes of cinnamon, spice, cocoa + citrus

Cassia - In the cinnamon family of evergreen trees. A warming oil that may support overall health. High in antioxidants
Ginger - An ancient medicinal herb. Increases circulation, may improve/relieve digestive discomfort and reduce inflammation
Black Pepper Stimulates circulation, encourages movements of energy. In aromatherapy, Black Pepper is often added to blends to heighten the effects of other oils
Orange - Boosts mood and relieves fatigue
Vanilla High in antioxidants + having anti-inflammatory properties, Vanilla has a long list of anti-aging benefits. Warm and spicy oil with aphrodisiac properties

120ml/4oz bottle with fine mist spray top

Store bottle upright in a cool space out of direct sunlight

Keep away from children and pets. Consult your doctor if pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid eyes, ears, and sensitive areas. Do not apply directly to broken skin. Stop use if irritation occurs. Do not ingest.
Some oils can make skin more sensitive to UV rays. It is advised not to expose skin directly to UV rays for 12 hours after topical application
As with all essential oils, never use them in the eyes or mucus membranes. Use caution when using undiluted. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier) and discontinue use if irritation occurs.
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