Used throughout the world for millennia, essential oils are renowned for their healing properties - helping to relax or uplift the mind, opening breathing passages, calming the nervous system, balancing hormones, stimulating emotions, strengthening the immune system and rejuvenating the skin -all in a natural way. As soon as the scent enters the nasal passage, it comes into contact with the limbic system, which transmits electrical impulses to our brain. It is here we find scent memories as well -an emotional response we all know well.
Ideal for grounding and balance. With Patchouli as its base note, Unify balances body and soul, soothing the skin with sandalwood and the woodsy, warm, balsamic scent of Cedarwood – with a hint of orange added to round off the sweetness. Use Unify before Savasana or as balancing body oil after your morning shower. You can also use the Unify body oil as a hair mask. Scent: Patchouli, Cederwood.
Glass bottle which comes with a cork and separate glas top, 100ML.
How to use: massage deeply into skin. Ingredients: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil (Sweet Almond Oil)E Vitamin (Tocopherol)Parfum (natural blend of essential oils):Patchouli (Pogostemon Cabin Oil)Sandelwood (Santalum Album Oil)Cederwood (Cedrus Atlantica Oil)Pomerans (Citrus Aurantium Amara Oil)Benzyl Benzoate Citral Linalool Limonen
about the brand
Yogamood’s founder, Mette Ernst is a practising yoga teacher in Copenhagen, Denmark and is fiercely passionate about her work. At Yogamood yoga classes, AUM oils are used to promote specific moods, either to activate and invigorate, balance or calm the body and soul. Committed to promoting health and making a difference, Yogamood offers products of the highest quality.
Yogamood’s aromatherapy Body Oils A-U-M have been lovingly developed to support the senses when you need to take a break from busy daily life. They offer three moodboosters - namely, Activate, Unify and Meditate. Together, these three oils form AUM, representing the three concepts of activity, unification and meditation. Interestingly, A-U-M forms the acronym ‘OM’, a mantra sound in meditation many will be familiar with.