Equilibrium Solid Perfume

The solid perfume of Xilema "Equilibrium" is a mixture of essential oils of flowers, woods, resins; vegetable butters and quartz, which provides a unique and special chemical profile. Formulated to provide a wellness and relaxation experience. A powerful tool to bring us to peace and relieve mental fatigue.

Contains lavender, copal, and cinnamon that help promote feelings of balance, well-being, and tranquility in times of stress or anxiety. Lavender (Lavandula officinalis) is native to southern Europe and North Africa. As an interesting fact, Francisco López Naranjo, in the Mexican Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, mentions that “lavender can be used in perfumery as an aroma therapy to treat various conditions of the Central Nervous System (CNS), since its bioactive compounds reduce excitatory activity of the CNS through its sedative effect ”.

Lavender essential oil is prized for its unmistakable floral aroma and calming properties, it helps us fall asleep when it is difficult to slow down the accelerated revs of the day.


Frankincense or copal is known as the king of essential oils. A resin that is extracted from the Boswellia tree. Highly used by ancient civilizations for its healing powers, in those times its value became greater than gold. Currently, its uses for stress and tension control have been recorded, since inhaling frankincense oil can influence the limbic system (a part of the brain that controls emotions and memory), thus helping to reduce depression and improves attention. One of its most powerful benefits is its ability to promote general wellness.


Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) is native to Asia. It is one of the most used for massages since its aroma produces a relaxing effect, favors the release of tension. It is considered one of the oldest spices that mankind has used.

In the solid Equilibrium perfume you will find inside a semi precious stone of amethyst quartz. Known in crystal therapy as the stone of the soul, associated with the third eye and crown chakra. One of the quartz with the highest energy vibration, which provides protection and purification, helping to create physical and emotional energy balance.

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How to use:

Rub the perfume on your hands and apply to your skin, giving a relaxing massage on your neck, neck, shoulders, arms and feet, to reduce stress and nervous tension.

Breathe and enjoy the aromas of the essential oils in your Equilibrium perfume. When you inhale, feel the restorative scent of the plants, entering through your nostrils, reaching your cerebellum and relaxing your nervous system. When you exhale, feel your emotions transform, your mind calm. This formula will be a great support to balance your senses.


Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Shea Butter (Vitellaria Paradoxa), Vegetable Stearic Acid (Octadecanoic Acid), Lavender (Lavandula officinalis), Frankincense (Boswellia sacra), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) and Amethyst Quartz.

Precautions: Avoid contact with eyes, do not ingest, keep out of reach of children. This product is not a medicine. In case of skin irritation, discontinue use and consult a doctor. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult their physician before using essential oils. The use of an essential oil never replaces the professional recommendation of a qualified physician or specialist.


* M. in C. Francisco López Naranjo. Biological Systems Department. Metropolitan Autonomous University.

Methods of extraction and identification of the bioactives of Lavandula officinalis and its potential use as a sedative agent. Mexican Magazine in Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 44, 2013.

* Celia Gael from Castillo Devillard. Tutor: Olga María Palomino Ruiz Poveda. Herbal drugs in dermatology. June, 2016.

* M. C. Marcia Avello Lorca, M. C. Pola Fernández Rocca. Lic. Benjamín Faundez Curiante. Lic. Ana María Zagal Montecinos. Dr. C. Jenny Gordon Martí. Lic. Bárbara Valenzuela Zambrano. Phyto aroma therapy as a complement to improve occupational health. Cuban Journal of Medicinal Plants. vol.16 no.3. City of the Havana Jul. set. 2011.

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