Thrilla of Vanilla | Vanilla Spray
This is our 100% natural Vanilla spray. We use a blend of Vanilla CO2 Extract and Vanilla Absolute to get both the nutty undertones and baker's type vanilla smell. Great for times when you're craving some sweets, but aren't craving all those calories.
The Thrilla of Vanilla is very deodorizing and may be used as a room spray or as a light personal aroma spray. It may be used as a deodorant spray under clothing. Apply after shower as a body mist. It works great as a car freshener or linen spray.
2.0 fl oz/ 60 ml spray in a glass bottle.
Distilled water, Alcohol, Vanilla Absolute (Vanilla planifolia) and Vanilla CO2 extract (Vanilla planifolia), Rosemary Seed Extract, and Vitamin E.
***This blend contains pure vanilla CO2 extract... the good stuff... the real stuff. It's hard to find... VERY hard to find! The price of vanilla continues to rise dramatically as it becomes rarer, and the price of this product will reflect that. Get it while you still can. Thank you!***
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This aromatherapy spray can be used as a:
- Room/Bathroom Spray
- Pillow Spray
- Ultra Light Perfume
- Hand Sanitizer
- Car Freshener
- Linen Spray
For best aromatherapy and mindfulness results, spray several times into cupped hands, place hands tightly over nose and mouth, shut eyes, and breathe in deeply through nose only for 30-60 seconds or more. Repeat as necessary.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Do not spray directly into eyes, ears, or nose.
- Keep all spray bottles tightly closed, cool, and away from direct sunlight.
**Please consult your doctor before use, if you are pregnant or have any medical condition. Avoid getting product in eyes. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent disease. Individual results may vary.