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Lover’s Blend #15 - Attract a Lover - Roll On Essential Oil Blend

Lover’s Blend #15 - Attract a Lover - Roll On Essential Oil Blend

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Do you have your eye on someone?

We have created Lover’s Blend #15 to help you attract that lover you think about, see every day, or the mysterious person you want to be your lover.

True and lasting love can be found.

If you plan to go out to a club or bar, or see your future lover often, try a little aromatic scent to attract the person of your desire. Some recommended steps are:

  1. Shower or Bath First. The scent will be stronger with a clean body.
  2. Put the oil on pulse points to ensure the fragrance will spread into the air when you move.
  3. Do not over apply. You want to smell nice, not overwhelming.
  4. Don’t be shy. Act friendly and approachable.

As always, we are your biggest fan and are routing for you.

The blend is made with fractionated coconut oil (carrier oil) and 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils. The following are the essential oils used in this blend:

  • Sweet Orange - Sweet orange essential oil is known for lifting your mood and reducing stress. Considered an aphrodisiac, the aroma can enhance libido and help with sexual dysfunction.
  • Lavender - Lavender increases peaceful, calm, and relaxing feelings. The aroma of this oil is highly soothing and sets the mood for Passion. Cleopatra is said to have used this scent to seduce her partners. The mood-enhancing fragrance will leverage amorous feelings to escalate Passion.
  • Damiana - Damiana has an exotic history. This herb’s history is often used in potions to arouse sexual passion. The plant and essential oil aromas are pungent and bitter-sweet. The oil is perfect for intimacy and celebratory occasions.
  • Vanilla - The flowers of this plant are an aphrodisiac and work well in essential oils. Vanilla enhances the libido and promotes sexual arousal, elevates mood, and reduces stress and anxiety.

Add a little bit of an appealing and alluring scent instead of perfume or cologne. Let the magic of aromatherapy begin.


According to old wives’ tales, applying perfume to your pulse points will help the scent last longer and amplify the scent. The pulse points are places where the blood vessels are closest to the skin’s surface. Because the blood vessels are close to the surface, these points are where your body emits heat. Your body is a natural diffuser for an essential oil scent.

With your favorite essential oil bottle and roll-on, dropper, euro dropper, or spray dispenser, put a small amount of essential oil on any of these body parts and massage into the skin:

  • Hair – You leave behind a fragrance trail wherever you go by applying a small amount of scent to your hair.
  • Behind Your Ear – This pulse point is perfect for a little scent. The oilier the spot is, the longer the fragrance will linger, thanks to the ability of the oil to trap the smell.
  • Base of Throat - The base of your throat is a pulse point that will help emit the scent’s aroma for a long time.
  • Cleavage – Put a small amount of fragrance between your breasts after a shower or bath. It won’t last as long as the pulse points on your body but will radiate the scent.
  • Inner Elbow – Put a small amount of fragrance inside the crook of your arm. Let the oil completely dry before bending your arm to keep the scent strong.
  • Torso – Put a small amount of fragrance on your torso so that even sweating during your daily activity or workouts will help you smell amazing.
  • Back of the Wrist – The essential oil acts differently with every person. Being trained since childhood to use this pulse point is for a reason. You will enjoy the scent all day and emit a pleasant aroma to those around you.
  • Behind Your Knees – The soft and warm place behind your knees will capture the fragrance better than other body parts. The friction that happens when you walk will keep the scent going for a long time.


The simplest way to make an inhalation is by adding a few drops of your favorite essential oil on a tissue to smell throughout the day. To make a steamy inhalation, add a few drops to a bowl of hot water. Place your face close to the water and hold a clean towel over your head to create a tent. Breathe in the vapors and set the mood for any occasion. You can also add a few drops of an essential to a diffuser and infuse a larger space.


  • SKIN PATCH TEST - A good idea before using an essential oil topically is testing for a possible allergic reaction. Put a drop or two on your elbow or wrist and cover the area with a bandage. If in 24 hours, you feel itchiness or see redness or a rash on the test area you should not use the oil on your skin.
  • PHOTOSENSITIZING OILS - Some essential oils (typically citrus oils) contain natural substances called furanocoumarins. Furanocoumarins can react with ultraviolet light to create substances that may cause hyperpigmentation or burning on the skin. Stay out of the sun or tanning booth for at least 24 hours after the use of photosensitizing oils.
  • MEDICAL CONDITION - If you have a medical condition and are taking any medication or undergoing any type of medical treatment, you should check with your healthcare provider before use.
  • PREGNANT - If you are pregnant, nursing, or under the care of a physician for a chronic condition, please consult your physician before trying any essential oil products. For external use only. Individual results may vary.
  • FDA - The above warnings have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have any concerns, you should seek the advice of a healthcare professional.
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