Tallskog was developed as a room mist that would give any room a rustic, foresty scent. It is also a discreet body mist, maybe more male than female in character. The opening notes of pine may be a little prickly, but the cedarwood base is warm. This free-spirited concoction also features rosemary for some herby goodness. The cherry on top is that the essential oils used are good for oily/problematic skin, and can be used as a spray-on face tonic. Or why not spray it in the shower?
What's in the bottle?
100 ml body- and room mist with essential oils. Three ingredients. Nothing artificial.
The scent of pine oil can ward off insects, and has also been found to be a powerful antioxidant as well as being antimicrobial.
Historically, cedar trees symbolize wisdom. It has also been said that it has calming properties, as well as being an aphrodisiac. Cedar wood essential oil is thought to be antibacterial, and may help lessen skin irritations, such as eczema. The scent is also an insect repellant!
The use of rosemary dates way back to ancient Greece. It was a sacred herb often used in temples, and it was thought that the scent of rosemary was purifying and had the power to clear up negative energies. In addition to being a sacred herb, rosemary is also a remedy. When inhaling the scent of rosemary essential oil, it has been found that a specific area in the brain is stimulated, and releases noradrenalin. This causes a stimulating and restorative effect. Inhaling the scent from rosemary oil (together with lavender) can also significantly reduce the amount of circulating stress hormones. Application of the (diluted) oil to the skin can help skin problems as it is anti-inflammatory and contains antioxidants. It can also aid in increasing your concentration and attention span.