Natural pillow mist with lavender, jasmine and clary sage. Packed with therapeutic grade essential oils all carefully chosen to help you drift off to sleep.
- 50ml amber glass bottle
- Made with organic essential oils
- Free from artificial fragrances
- Vegan & Cruelty-free
- Ethically made in Scotland
How To Use
Lightly spritz pillow and inhale the sedative aromas before drifting into a restful restorative sleep.
Could also be used as a room spray.
Housed in a recyclable 50ml apothecary-style amber glass bottle with a plastic spray pump. The outer packaging is a recycled cardboard tube.
A ‘refill’ option is coming soon for this pillow mist! When you repurchase this mist you will have the option to choose the bottle with an aluminium lid so that you can reuse your plastic spray pump from your first bottle.
A self-confessed aromatherapy lover: you can always find me in our studio working on a new composition. My passion is for blending essential oils to create effective aromas with incredible therapeutic benefits. I enjoy all the lovely customer feedback and consider myself privileged to be able to help people look after their wellbeing.
~ We only use pharmaceutical grade essential oils. We don’t use artificial fragrances, natural isolates or natural fillers.
~ Do not test on animals and would not use products tested on animals.
~ 100% of our containers, bottles & packaging can be recycled and we will always use glass containers for our body oil products.
~ We hand-make our products ourselves to ensure quality and the raw material supply chain.
~ Our candle wax is a vegetarian product made using no petrochemicals or toxic substances.
~ We use organic botanical oils in our body products and a significant proportion of organic oils used in the candles.
~ We pay more than the living wage to our team.
~ We are committed to green and sustainable working practices.
~ All our products are currently packaged in glass.
~ Your order will arrive using protective packaging made from recycled cardboard and paper.
~ We only ever use plastic protective packaging in less than 2% of all orders. ((where there is no alternative).”