COBRA LILY MIST

Cobra Lily - Body Mist

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Wonderful for those who suffer from eating disorders or an unbalanced relationship with food. Made with all organic hydrosol waters and lightly scented with essential oils, this body mist is a truly refreshing way to practice self care. Spray your body with this mist when you are fighting that body shaming voice in your head. 

 

Clary sage essential oil offers wonderful emotional support and reduces skin inflammation. Lemon essential oil has many benefits for the skin including fighting acne, it is also uplifting and stress reducing. Calendula and Cedar hydrosol waters offer anti-inflammatory and toning properties in this body mist, which may be used on the body or face!

 

The Darlingtonia (or California Pitcher Plant) flower essence helps those who have difficulty deriving nourishment from their food, whose life force is weak and stagnant, or who have conflict about physical desires and appetites. The Pitcher Plant essence helps the Soul to take hold of physical matter, to integrate the animal or instinctual part of the self with the complex of one’s identity, rather than disowning it. Moonstone bestows a depth of feeling, a gentleness within the self that brings happiness to the environment in which it resides. Associated with the feminine, it enhances the intuitive side of the mind. 

 

1oz glass spray bottle.

 

Ingredients: 

Mount Shasta spring water, Calendula hydrosol water, Cedar hydrosol water, Clary Sage essential oil, Lemon essential oil, Darlingtonia flower essence, and a single whole moonstone. 

$16.00

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