Night Night Bed & Body Aromatherapy Mist | Tame Your Tiger With Lavender
The use of Lavender goes back thousands of years, with the first recorded uses by the Egyptians. Both the Greeks and the Romans had many uses for it. Some even claim that lavender was used to tame tigers and lions too. Perhaps ancient people intuitively knew what researchers are finding out about lavender. The German Commission E commended lavender for treating insomnia and anxiety. Many modern herbal practitioners frequently use lavender. In folklore, pillows were filled with lavender flowers to help restless people fall sleep. While there’s no specific evidence that lavender essential oils are directly responsible for improving sleep, there are studies indicating that lavender seems to relax and soothe babies, and lead to better, deeper, longer sleep.
- Hypoallergenic, made without gluten, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, or corn
- Farm to Skin Ingredients – GMO free organic safflower oil straight from a Montana farm
- Junk Free Ingredients – Alcohol, mineral oil and Silicone Free. NO harsh chemicals ever! NO ingredients we can’t pronounce: phthalates, SLS, DEA, triclosan, synthetic fragrances, glycols, dyes, phosphates, 1,4-dioxane, formaldehyde, or parabans.
- Not tested on animals - just friends & family | No animal by-products
- Made in USA | Made in Montana | Vegan
- 4 oz. bottle with mister
Mist skin and air to refresh body and mind and add moisture to your skin.
- Soothes summer skin. Excellent for all skin types including damaged or fragile skin.
- Gentle all natural effective skin toner. Our mist is fragranced with 100% pure lavender essential oil
- Use the mist as a natural, light air and room freshener, a refresher for bedding and clothes.
Directions: Shake well before use ~ natural oils settle. Mist body, bed, and air. For external use only. Do not spray into or near eyes. As with any product, use with caution during pregnancy.
Ingredients: Distilled water, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil, and polysorbate (emulsifier derived from coconuts).