BUTTERelixir bhakti



    BUTTERelixir bhakti is for yogis at heart. In Sanskrit "Bhakti" means devotion to oneself or something higher. The romantic quality of Jasmine paired with the deep notes of Sandalwood and Myrrh blends in to a dynamic rich silky texture  interweaving the earthy, smokey, and sweet scent of a southern indian summer night. 

    Skin Apply to damp or dry clean skin after showering, bathing or steaming to nourish the skin and indulge in long lasting delicious aroma. Also wonderful as massage oil for both body and scalp.

    Cleanse Apply directly to a dry face. Splash with warm water and massage into skin to remove impurities, rinse thoroughly. As a make up remover apply to a cotton pad and wipe gently to dissolves make up. Will leave the skin feeling clean, soft, non greasy and nourished. 

    Belly Apply 3 to 4 drops directly on belly and rub gently in a firm and precise clockwise circular motion from solar plexus to below the belly button. Helps to energize the digestion tract and bring blood to the stomach and intestines.

    Ingredients: Virgin Organic Sesame oil, Jasmine, Mysore Sandalwood and Myrrh Pure essential oils. 4fl.oz/118ml. Formulated and crafted in the United States.

    This oil is supernatural, preservatives free and minimally processed please use within 6-8 months. For maximum vibrance store in a cool dark place. Our containers are made of post consumer recycled materials BPA free 100% recyclable. Please recycle. Tested on real people not animals.  Formulated and crafted in the United States.


    Ayurveda Teacher and Mentor Amita Banerjee reviewing Bhakti oil. Amita is an Ayurveda Wellness and Life-style Consultant and therapist with twenty years of hands on experience. She is currently the Resident Ayurveda Expert at Atmananda Yoga, New York, NY. She is an educationist teaching the goodness of Ayurveda, her deep knowledge of Ayurveda, the mother of all healing sciences, makes he r a very peaceful and healing person. This science has covered all aspects of wellness for six thousands years and has kept itself present and relevant in all aspects of human life.


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