Sleep well - Good Night

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Sleep well - Good Night

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Good Night is a rich, 99.8% from natural origin sleep balm, based on 8 essential oils including the soothing lavender that will allow you to sleep through 1001 Nights & restore fatigue.

30 mL


Results

A natural remedy for anxiety that will immediately help you relax and relieve any accumulated stress. Studies indicate a reduction in the levels of anxiety in 80% of cases *.

Its delicate fragrance will take you back to childhood at bedtime listening to a tale of the 1001 Nights. You will feel calmed and slip into a lasting deep sleep that will improve your overall better quality of life.


Among our well being ingredients

The Melissa essential oil has the capacity to relax the heart and the nervous system, hence calming the body, alleviating sleep disorders and facilitating a deep sleep. The Neroli oil, a renowned nerve calming and anti-stress ingredient will allow you to soothe states of anxiety. The Chamomile oil, known for its sedative properties is particularly powerful as an oil for sleep deprivation while being gentle enough to alleviate children’s ailments and states of edginess. The lavender oil perfume makes you travel in childhood and restores the body.



Rituals of application

Step 1: Every night before going to bed, slowly rub a small quantity of the balm on the décolleté and inside the wrists for a baby sleep. A shower one hour before going to bed and/or relaxing music will ensure your body and spirit remain in balance.


Step 2: Close your eyes and sense the refreshing touches of Melissa and the sweet touches of Neroli that will make you step into a world of dreams. Allow the balm to penetrate your skin and notice how it leaves your body delicately scented through the night.


(*) Study on ingredient. Satisfaction levels, conducted on 36 respondents, Van der Westhuizen G.M., 2013