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I LOVE to wear Essential Oil as my fragrance! I can’t wait to share this essential oil blend with you because I use it every single day! It is like wearing a whisper of fragrance and best of all it adjust to each person differently. I have several friends that wear this blend and it is amazing to us how we all feel like we have a unique perfume designed just for us!
It is one of my personal favorite essential oils. This blend is also my go to for stress and sleep. Shelley also uses this oil and so does her son. In fact I often use this on my dog too. It works great to calm him down if we are having a Thunder Storm or other loud noises (like fireworks). Always dilute the oil when you use with children or on pets. I use coconut oil to dilute.
Uses and Benefits of Essential Oil For Women’s Perfume:
• Combines with each individual’s chemistry to create a beautiful, unique, and personal fragrance
• Provides a warming, musky aroma
• Entices and intrigues the senses
How To Use Whisper Essential Oil:
- Use topically or aromatically
A perfect balance of several essential oils unified to impart beauty, femininity, and allure. Containing Rose, Jasmine, Bergamot, Cinnamon, Citrus, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang, Cocoa, Vanilla, Sandalwood, and Patchouli, Whisper’s subtle fragrance, once applied, mingles with your individual scent to enhance the essence that is all your own. For topical or aromatic use.
I use Whisper every single day. I apply it in the morning as my perfume. I get more compliments on my “perfume” and I am using an all natural essential oil with no chemicals or toxins. I apply it to my write and when I have a stressful time or anxious situation I am able to simply smell my wrist or reapply. I love this blend. It is a personal favorite.
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