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Our Favorite Ways to Use Ylang Ylang


Our Favorite Ways to Use Ylang Ylang

There’s no mistaking the overwhelmingly sweet and floral fragrance of Ylang Ylang essential oil, and its tropical aroma is even considered by some to be intoxicating. Ylang Ylang essential oil is a favorite among people who enjoy nice-smelling botanicals, but it’s more than just a room freshener.

Studies show it offers many emotional and physical benefits that can improve our lives. Ylang ylang use spans from helping hormonal systems, to improving the condition of skin and hair, to supporting the mind-body connection.

Ylang Ylang has been used for centuries as a perfume and in religious ceremonies for its rich scent and mood-lifting abilities. There is no shortage of beneficial uses of this wonderful essential oil, but these are four of our favorites. Try them out for yourself and find out why Ylang Ylang is considered the oil of the heart.

Natural Scalp and Hair Treatment

When you combine a few drops of Ylang Ylang oil with Jojoba Carrier Oil, it makes a great hair and scalp treatment.

Apply the mixture by massaging it into your scalp to promote healthy and shiny hair and help keep your hair looking strong and moisturized during dry seasons. It’s full of organic compounds that make your head look great and can also help detangle hair and reduce flakiness. It’s also been used to help encourage new hair growth. Just make sure you use a maximum dilution of 0.8%

Soothing Bath

Nothing is quite as relaxing as soaking away the stress of a long day with an incredible bath.

Boost the benefits of your next bath by adding Ylang Ylang oil to invigorate your senses and increase feelings of relaxation. For the ultimate bathing experience, add Epsom salt to your bath water along with a drop or two of this essential oil diluted in a tablespoon of bubble bath.

On an emotional level, a Ylang Ylang bath can help us focus on our heart and help us face past traumas while allowing us to connect to our inner sense of joy and appreciation. Not only will a Ylang Ylang bath smell amazing while opening up your heart, but it will also be just what you need to unwind, decompress and recharge after a busy day.

woman relaxing in bath

Aromatherapy Steam Facial

A refreshing aromatherapy steam facial is always a good idea, and Ylang Ylang essential oil has the power to promote healthy, beautiful skin.

Give your face a little TLC by adding a drop of Ylang Ylang oil to a bowl or sink of hot water and holding your face over it for a few minutes. The hot water will diffuse the oil into the air you breathe in, and the warmth from the steam will open the pores and release dirt and bacteria from your skin.

Adding Ylang ylang will not only give your aromatherapy facial a sweet, floral scent but will aid in giving your skin a youthful glow. It is also known for its ability to help prevent the signs of aging and even help promote the development of healthy skin.

Natural Mood Booster

If you struggle to see the bright side of life, using Ylang Ylang can help you take on a more optimistic perspective. It acts directly on the brain’s olfactory system and inhaling this essential oil can immediately promote feelings of positivity. Its ability to expand the heart can also help you let go of negative emotions like anger and jealousy.

Simply inhale Ylang Ylang essential oil directly from the bottle or add a few drops to your favorite diffuser to fill your home with the rich tropical scents of the Ylang ylang flower.

You’ll experience an instant calming effect that helps lift your mood and helps you have a brighter perspective on life. For a more profound impact, try massaging it into your skin to promote feelings of awareness, peace, and self-love.

ylang ylang flowers on tree

Final Thoughts

Ylang Ylang essential oil packs impressive abilities to promote a positive mood and your overall outlook, while bringing beauty to your life on the inside and out. Have you tried Ylang Ylang essential oil lately? If so, what are your favorite ways to use it?

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.