Sensual Spray – 100ml

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A musky yet light aromatherapy spray with essential oil blend of vetiver, ylang ylang and bergamot.


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Ships From: United Kingdom (UK)

Sold By : The Divine Hag SKU: 1170244026 Categories: , Tags: , , , ,


Hand blended from organic essential oils, this sensual room scent has a musky, yet light smell.

The aroma contains oils known to both relax and energise, perfectly suited to creating a sensual space. The calm and grounding vetiver, known as the oil of tranquillity, relaxes the body and mind whilst tropical ylang ylang oil lifts the mood and promotes positivity. Bergamot is a traditional energising and libido enhancing aroma. The combination of these encourages space for being together as a couple.


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Inspired by the pure raw nature of the Scottish countryside, The Divine Hag organic aromatherapy products have healing properties and beautifully scent the home.

Our vegan friendly room sprays and diffuser oils ease transitions and aid focus. All products are hand blended in small batches and provide a healthy and natural alternative to conventional chemical laden room fragrances.

The three arms of our logo is a representation of the celtic triple goddess – the maiden, the mother and the crone. This feeds into every aspect of our business. We are a woman focussed company, creating scents for women at every stage of life.

The Divine Hag is for me the perfect representation of the rawness of nature and the elemental quality I wish my products to have. It represents age and wisdom and the many years of study and experience that have brought these products to launch.


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