All about YL’s new Vanilla!

So, here’s some interesting facts about the new Vanilla oleoresin with fractionated coconut oil.

With its warm, rich, slightly sweet aroma, vanilla is one of the most popular and recognizable fragrances throughout the world for a reason. Young Living’s exclusive Vanilla oleoresin has a gentle, welcoming personality with a balancing aroma that evokes pleasant memories when diffused.

Extracted from beans grown in the northwestern region of Madagascar, our ethically sourced, pure Vanilla oleoresin is made with a unique extraction method developed for Young Living. This unique process helps our Vanilla retain its rich, classic aroma and blend especially well with Young Living essential oils. Obtaining just the right Vanilla oleoresin involves the removal of naturally sourced ethyl alcohol from French sugar beets, at which point the product is processed with fractionated coconut oil. While many vanilla products on the market are synthetic, Young Living Vanilla is pure and quality tested to meet our rigorous Seed to Seal quality commitment.

Vanilla has a pure, rich aroma that may change slightly as you use it in different ways. It also enhances and complements a wide variety of other aromas. Diffuse Vanilla to create a homey, welcoming atmosphere and to enjoy its naturally calming aroma. Blend or layer it with your favorite Young Living essential oils to create your own personal fragrance.

KEY INGREDIENTS – Pure, Seed to Seal-certified Vanilla oleoresin in fractionated coconut oil

BENEFITS AND FEATURES
Warm, rich, sweet aroma
Balancing aroma
Calming scent
Conditions and moisturizes skin and hair
Blends beautifully with essential oils
Creates a comforting, welcoming atmosphere when diffused
Evokes pleasant memories with its nostalgic aroma when inhaled
Contains the naturally occurring constituents of vanillin and vanillic acid

PRODUCT BACKGROUND – Vanilla is produced from Vanilla planifolia, an orchid that grows long vanilla bean pods. The process of obtaining Vanilla is extensive, as it can take up to four years for the vine to mature. The vine produces orchid blossoms that last only 24 hours and must be pollinated by hand within 8 to 12 hours for the bean pod to grow. The entire process—growing, pollinating, drying, curing, and preparing for export—takes around one year. Young Living’s Vanilla is not strictly an extract or an absolute, both of which contain mostly alcohol and do not blend well with essential oils. Noticing these flaws in mainstream vanilla extracts and absolutes, the D. Gary Young Research Institute worked to find a vanilla product that would meet our Seed to Seal quality commitment and blend well with our essential oils. They searched for more than a year to find the right product, and by using a first-of-its-kind extraction method with the vanilla oleoresin and fractionated coconut oil, they finally found a Vanilla that is not only pure, but also diffuses and blends beautifully with essential oils.

SUGGESTED USE – Diffuse throughout your home to create a warm, comforting environment with Vanilla’s calming aroma. Use as a foundation scent for home fragrance and blend with Cinnamon, Ylang Ylang, Orange, or any of your favorite essential oils.Blend Vanilla with your favorite essential oils and create your own personal fragrance.

DIRECTIONSTopical: Dilute 1 drop with 1 drop V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex or olive oil and apply to desired area as needed. Vanilla oleoresin can also be used aromatically (in a diffuser).

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