Turkish Lily Pure Essential Oil

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This is a rare and highly sought after oil and stocks are limited. It is advisable to try the 1ml sample first before buying larger amounts as the product can not be returned for a refund.

Pure Lily Essential Oil

Botanical Name Lilium randidum oleum
Origin – Turkey
Part Used – The white flowers
Extraction Method –Steam Distilled from freshly picked Lily Flowers
Appearance – Pale yellow to green brown coloured, slightly viscous mobile liquid
Main Uses – For creating your own blends and in cosmetic use for creams and lotions etc
Note – Middle Note

Growing Conditions- Grown on unpolluted sustainable land.

Pure and rare Turkish Lily Oil has a delicate flowery sweet fragrance and is highly revered as a natural perfume. At wedding ceremonies in Ancient Greece, the bride would wear a lily and wheat crown which symbolises purity and abundance. Lilies have been cultivated for over 3000 years and have a symbolic place in the history of many Countries around the World. This steam distilled Turkish Lily Oil is extracted from freshly picked Lilies.

For External Cosmetic Use Only

Pure Essential Oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil before using on the skin

A patch test is always recommended before use to see if your skin is sensitive to the product

Supplied in a glass amber bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap

Available in 1ml sample, 5ml, 10ml and 30ml sizes

Image is for illustration purposes only

Certificate of Analysis available on request

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