Organic Ylang-Ylang - 100% pure and natural essential oil (10ml)


Organic Ylang-Ylang - 100% pure and natural essential oil (10ml)

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100% Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil

Price: 12.90 €



  • Calms the mind
  • It is a powerful aphrodisiac
  • Good for pigmented skin


Aroma: Floral, sweet, a bit spicyand exotic


Production method: Steam-distilled


Plant part: Flowers


Main constituents

β-Caryophyllene, alpha-farnesene, geranyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, linalool



  • spasmolytic (soothes muscle spasms)
  • sedative
  • slightly hypotensive (lowers blood pressure)
  • analgesic
  • aphrodisiac



A signature ingredient in the perfumery, including the Chanel N°5 and the Opium by Yves Saint Laurent, ylang-ylang blends perfectly with other floral and exotic essential oils. Try mixing it with bergamot, black pepper, copaiba, neroli, or cedarwood. Ylang-ylang also goes well with zdravets and citruses such as grapefruit.



  • Calms the mind and levels up the good vibes
  • Can lower blood pressure
  • Great as an aphrodisiac
  • Supports skin health
  • Helps relieve anxiety



Did you know that it takes around 400 kilos of ylang-ylang flowers to produce just a single kilo of the precious essential oil?

Native to Southeast Asia and the Comoro Islands, ylang-ylang is a tropical tree with star-like flowers. It has long been used during wedding ceremonies and to decorate the bed of newlyweds in Malaysia. Ylang-ylang flowers are often used to scent clothes closets and in Thailand, aylang-ylang-infused oil is commonly applied after bathing.

As far as the meaning of the name of that beautiful plant is concerned, there is a little bit of controversy. Some say it means “flower of the flowers”, while other sources claim ylang-ylang comes from the Tagalog word “ilang”, which means wilderness. Nevertheless, we all agree ylang ylang essential oil is intoxicating, sensual, and celestial.

Ylang ylang became popular in Europe in the 15th century supposedly thanks to French botanist Pierre Poivre. Later the chemists Garnier and Rechler discovered that there is more to ylang ylang, besides its use as a cosmetic product. They have found the oil can be used to treat malaria, typhus and fever. Additionally, it has a calming effect on the body and it can be also used as an aphrodisiac.

Nowadays, there is more scientific literature that discusses the medicinal properties and uses of the ylang-ylang essential oil. Various clinical tests and trials suggest that ylang-ylang can help with conditions such as depression, high blood pressure and anxiety. Some studies have concluded that ylang-ylang essential oil shows antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic and skin-whitening activities.



Ferociously sweet, seductive and heavenly, ylang-ylang oil promotes mental and emotional harmony. It is often used for easing anger, depression and anxiety. It is also an excellent choice for nourishing skin and hair.

Furthermore, its hypotensive quality makes it a reasonable choice as a complementary natural remedy for those suffering from high blood pressure.

Last, but not least, count on ylang-ylang to stimulate the amorous appetite.



Inhalation of ylang-ylang essential oil can significantly decrease the concentration of salivary cortisol among a trial group in comparison to the placebo group.

Some studies have shown that ylang-ylang essential oil has sedative, relaxing and harmonization effects on the body and mind. It is referred to as a “deep systemic relaxant” for treating tough conditions such as tension, anxiety and spasms, while also calming brain functions and enhancing parasympathetic activity. (Holmes P. Aromatica: a clinical guide to essential oil therapeutics –Vol. I. Singing Dragon, London, 2016.)

Ylang-ylang essential oil significantly decreased systolic and diastolic blood pressure when it was used in a trial group of 29 men. Ylang-ylang also decreased heart rate and proved to have sedative effects when inhaled.



Calms the mind and levels up the good vibes

Ylang-ylang oil is good for releasing negative thoughts or crippling emotions such as anger, low self-esteem or jealousy. Inhaling ylang-ylang oil can have an instant positive effect on your mood and act like a natural depression remedy.

Can lower blood pressure

Ylang-ylang supports a healthy circulatory system. It can help support normal blood pressure and prevent heart arrhythmia. Dilute it in a tablespoon of base oil and apply 1 drop topically over your temples or inhale directly from the bottle.

Great as an aphrodisiac

Ylang-ylang has been shown to act like a natural impotence remedy and help increase the libido of both men and women. It boosts self-esteem and sparks passion. Diffuse it or apply it well diluted topically to your temples, wrists or the back of your neck.

Supports skin health

When applied to the skin, ylang-ylang essential oil may help with signs of aging and provide your skin with a punch of healthy glow. Not to mention that some scientific claims suggest that ylang-ylang may even help fight the development of skin cancer cells.

Here is a 2-ingredient quick recipe to try out at home. Combine 2 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil with 20 grams of rose hip or almond oil and apply it to your face twice a week.

Helps relieve anxiety

A study from 2018 concludes that by affecting serotonin metabolism and corticosterone levels, ylang-ylang essential oil could reverse anxiety behaviors. The good news is that ylang-ylang oil has a “harmonization” effect rather than a sedative. That means it could put you at ease without making you extra sluggish or drowsy.



  • Use in bathtub for aromatherapy benefits
  • Diffuse for emotional and mental benefits
  • Massage, well diluted, for physical ailments



Massage bliss blend with ylang-ylang

Create your blissful massage blend to de-stress with ylang-ylang easily at home. Massages are a great way to soothe overstrained muscles and agitated feelings. Ylang-ylang oil can provide relaxation, while it has also an uplifting effect.

Use a jar, add 3 drops of ylang-ylang oil, 2 drops of black pepper essential oil, 2 full tablespoons of rosehip or almond oil and massage into your back and shoulders.

  • 3 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil
  • 2 drops of black pepper essential oil
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut/jojoba oil
  • A glass jar


Ylang ylang bath blend

Indulge in a lush bath that will invigorate your senses and dissipate all stress. For a relaxing bath experience, put a few drops of ylang-ylang, sandalwood and mandarin essential oils into an Epsom salt bath. The perfect way to unwind and recharge after a long day.

  • 5 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil
  • 5 drops of sandalwood essential oil
  • 5 drops of mandarin essential oil
  • Epsom salt


Ylang ylang hair mask

To keep your hair looking healthy and lustrous, try this easy recipe with ylang-ylang oil. Blend 3 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil with 2 tablespoons of almond oil and mix well. Rub gently into your scalp and leave for 15 minutes before washing it out with shampoo. Apply twice a week.

  • 3 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil
  • 2 tablespoons of almond oil
  • A glass jar


Anxiety relief with ylang-ylang

Use aroma diffuser and blend:

  • 3 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil
  • 2 drops of frankincense essential oil
  • 1 drop of lavender essential oil


SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Ylang-ylang essential oil is a highly concentrated product and should only be used with extreme caution. Please note that all information is provided for informational purposes and we always recommend additional consultation with a specialist prior to usage, especially when used in childhood, during pregnancy, breastfeeding or if you suffer from chronic diseases! Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, inner ear and other sensitive parts of the body! Keep out of reach of children!

Excessive use of ylang-ylang essential oil may cause nausea or headaches in some sensitive individuals. Use moderately for best results. A maximum topical use level of 0.8% is recommended. Dilute 8 drops of ylang-ylang oil into 50 ml of base oil before applying it to your skin


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