Sleep Pillow Mist
Sleep Pillow Mist contains a relaxing blend of bergamot, lavender, and cedarwood oils, purified water, and cane alcohol. Spray it on your pillows and linens before bedtime to help you gently unwind and ease your way into a peaceful slumber. Using this mist can minimize bacterial growth, helping to keep your face & body free of acne or blemishes.
Lavender, with its fresh clean scent, reduces tension in the body, mind, and spirit. Lavender oil is known for its ability to relax the mind and support one's overall well-being.
A cross between lemon and bitter orange, Bergamot helps to balance emotions and moods by regulating activities in hypothalamus (brain). Studies have shown that bergamot oil relieves feelings of anxiety, panic, and fear.
Cedarwood helps to clear the mind, ease mind, and encourage quality sleep.
Lavender and cedarwood help to prevent bacteria causing acne or blemishes.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Shake well before using. Spray a light mist over pillows or linens. Allow fabric to dry before contact. Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
FULL LIST OF INGREDIENTS:
Purified water, Cane alcohol, Citrus bergamia (bergamot) essential oil, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil, Cedrus atlantica (cedarwood) essential oil
All Free Flow Botanicals skincare products are handcrafted in California and made in small batches with organic & natural plant ingredients. No harmful chemicals, parabens, sulfates, or synthetic ingredients of any kind are used. Infused with Reiki healing energy, these plant-based products promote your skin’s health as well as the health of our planet.
Please note: this information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
I use this nightly and I’m very please with the effect of drifting off to sleep. I’m giving the pillow mist as gifts this year.
I have been really grateful for this spray. It has helped me to clear the space in my bedroom, bringing more positive energy into the space I use so much these days.