Indigo Wild, Zum Mist, Aromatherapy Room & Body Mist, Sea Salt, 4 fl oz
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For wherever you need a little spritz or pick-me-up. Made with 100% pure essential oils and no chemical emulsifiers.
Submerge into the fresh sea air with a splash of citrus.
Give it a shake and give it a shot on your body, sheets, home, etc.
Purified water, pure essential oils, and vegetable glycerin.
SMELLS GREAT BUT..
Posted by 5276414654041257343 on Sep 17, 2016
will not repurchase because its way too expensive for quanity especially considering that the scent does not last longer than a few minutes..
This is such a fabulous relaxing spray. I love just spraying it in to the air and instant calm.
Posted by 5551651784589596018 on Sep 09, 2016
I found this through my acupuncturist and I am in love. It is so fabulous the scent just relaxes you instantly, it is very spa like. It looks separated but that is how it is just shake and spray a few shots in to the air and around you and you are at ease. Love the sea salt scent !!! one bottle last's a long time, so get it and try it you will love how it just takes you away..
Posted by 5203751036454918501 on Jun 09, 2016
I had a small sample bottle of this in a gift set and fell in love. Starts with a beautiful citrusy and woodsy scent and fades to more of a sandalwood and patchouli. Fresh and lively and earthy.
Posted by 4799721144618032469 on Oct 15, 2015
This is a nice product, but I would have to try the other scents before giving it a 5-star rating, because this specific one smells like citronella, not like sea salt! It has a strong citronella smell (the mosquito repellent stuff) that fades to a very faint grandma perfume smell that kind of maybe smells like sea salt a bit? Calling the scent "sea salt" is definitely far-fetched, "articial citrus" would be more appropriate.