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Aura Sprays - Safety and Usage Information


There’s no rules for how you use the sprays in your aura.. just go with what feels right for you.. it may be different each time!


You can spray 2 or 3 pumps of spray in your aura around your head and shoulders and around the back of your body and just let the spray mist down over you and inhale it if you want to.


You can spray the Aura Sprays into a room to give the energies a boost and clear any negativity.


You can also pump a couple of sprays into the palms of your hand, rub your palms together and then gently breathe in the spray that way.


Aura sprays are intended to be sprayed around the body within the aura, and they are not designed to be used as a perfume sprayed directly onto the skin. They may however be sprayed in small quantities onto the palms of the hands and then inhaled.


The essential oils in the sprays are well diluted in water and are very unlikely to cause any allergic reactions. It is recommended however, that they are used sparingly the first time you spray them around or on you, and monitor yourself for a hour in case of any allergic reactions, both on the skin or through inhalation.


Please check in the description of each spray for the essential oils contained in each one, and avoid using them if you have any known allergies to any of the oils. This is especially important if you have sensitive skin or any respiratory or other health issues.


Do not spray in the eyes or directly onto the face or into your nose or mouth. Avoid spraying onto fabrics and delicate materials in they cause staining from the oils.



The only oil used in the Aura Sprays that is contraindicated for epilepsy is Rosemary in the Hope spray, as it can stimulate the nervous system. However it’s always advisable to use caution when using products containing essential oils for the first time. The sprays are well diluted in water and probably would not cause an issue but we feel that it is still sensible to avoid these sprays if you are at all concerned or unsure.



None of the oils used in the sprays are contraindicated for causing toxicity but it is not recommended to use the Aura Sprays during pregnancy, and especially during the first 3 months.



Any oil can cause irritation in people with sensitivity to essential oils or sensitive skin, however the following are used in some of the Aura Sprays and they should used with care to start with: Lemon, Ginger, Geranium, Jasmine, Benzoin & Cinnamon.


We advise you do a patch test first if you have sensitive skin. Rub a very small amount of a spray on the inside of the wrist and eave it for at least an hour before checking the result. If there’s no irritation then it should be okay to use the spray. If irritation has occurred, bathe the area with cold water and ensure you don’t use that particular spray any more.



Citrus essential oils, such as Lemon, Grapefruit and Orange as well as Ginger and Bergamot should not be applied to the skin before going out into sun, as it may result in sensitisation and pigmentation. There is very little risk of this happening through use of the Aura Sprays as the oils in the sprays are very diluted, but you should be aware of the risk.



Please do not use the Aura Sprays directly on or around animals as they can be very sensitive to smells and essential oils and some animals cannot metabolise certain oils properly.  Some animals also just will not like certain oils, so if you are using the sprays in a room where animals are, please be aware and notice if they are showing signs of discomfort or distress and if they do allow them to leave the room if they want to.


If you are at all unsure about using the Aura Sprays because of a medical condition, we advise that you check with your doctor first.


Scottish Mountain Alkaline Water, Organic Extraction 95% v/v (F.C.C.) Food Grade Ethanol, Essential Oils, Crystal Gem Elixirs, Colour Elixirs, 100% Reiki Energies, Angelic & Moon Energies.


If you have any other questions about the sprays please contact me at

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