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There is evidence to suggest that some oils, namely cinnamon, clove, rosemary, clary sage, and jasmine, can cause uterine contractions resulting in miscarriage or preterm labor.
Hormone-regulating essential oils clary sage, rose, and geranium can help maintain a healthy hormone balance in the body.
Roman chamomile, which has a bright, apple-like scent; clary sage, with its rich, sweet scent; and the floral notes of geranium and lavender (all available inexpensively at most health food stores).
Hora has since added to her line two other face oils (a rose and frankincense option for dry skin, and a rosemary and clary sage one for combination skin), made entirely in-house at the company’s Greenpoint studio.
Sandalwood, neroli, and clary sage meld with gardenia, rose, and lotus flowers, making this $12 stocking-stuffer feel more exotic.
This detoxifying treatment boasts clary sage, eucalyptus, and sweet almond oils to fortify and rejuvenate your hair from root to tip.
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