Driftwood - Natural Cologne (100ml)
This enigmatic blend of 100% pure essential oils by Vanessa Megan™ has a warm, woody scent that will inspire the senses and linger all day long. The essential oils used are known to create confidence, calm the mind and relieve nervous tension. A 100% natural alternative to cologne, all of Vanessa Megan™products, including our natural scents are alcohol-free, so it won’t dry out your skin.
This natural cologne contains essential oils of sandalwood, Peru balsam, frankincense, myrrh and patchouli.
Sandalwood essential oil has been known to have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. A very relaxing oil soothes nervous tension, and anxiety.
Peru balsam essential oil known to be both calming & stimulating at the same time.
Frankincense essential oil is known to produce feelings of calm. Elevating and soothing effect on the mind. Comforting & refreshing for anxious states.
Myrrh essential oil gives a lift to feelings of weakness, apathy and lack of incentive. Also know to have a cooling effect on heated emotions.
Patchouli essential oil promotes grounding and balance. Known to banish lethargy and sharpen wits and making the mind more objective.
Shake well before use. Spray directly onto the skin, avoiding face and eyes. The heat of the body will activate the oils on your skin, giving you a natural lasting scent all day long. Also, wonderful as a linen or room spray. For external use only. In the unlikely event of irritation, discontinue use.
100% Natural: Purified H2O, *Sandalwood essential oil, *Frankinsense essential oil, *Myrrh essential oil, Peru balsam essential oil, Glyceryl caprylate, Coco glycoside. *Certified organic ingredients
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Converted a Stalwart
Posted by Kim on 12th May 2018
My husband prizes his beard and he would never let anything near it that he didn't trust. Not only has this cologne replaced his patchouli (he was a 30 year user), he sprays Driftwood in his beard. Public decency precludes me from shoving my face in his beard regularly.