Oum Oil

Oum Oil

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An ode to my ancestors from the lands of Lebanon. The ones who embodied strength, resilience, protection, & selfless love.

May these plants pull you into a deep connection with the energies of above, below, + within while tending to your skin with powerfully wise healing.


3.4 oz. /100 ml.

handmade in ceremony.

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INGREDIENTS: Cedar Leaf*, Frankincense*, Rose*, Jojoba Oil*~+, Sunflower Oil*, Olive Oil*~+, Vitamin E Oil*, Rose Absolute.

*Organic / ~Cold Pressed / +Unrefined


I feel my ancestors through these plants - my mothers family from the lands of Lebanon. The strong Cedar Trees that watched over them and held space, the gust of Frankincense smoke in their sacred spaces, the roses they tended to in their gardens and gave to their loved ones….. and thus this oil was created.


Frankincense Ancient white light energy carries a high vibration that clears blockages, uplifts the spirit, and connects you to your sense of purpose + dreams. For the skin, Frankincense deeply regenerates, heals wounds, reduces scars + discoloration, eases inflammation, and tightens + lifts the skin.

Cedar Leaf The sacred medicine of protection, strength, and resilience that brings an energy of healing peace, allowing you to feel rooted on your path & walk in remembrance + reverence.

Rose ✺ Grandmother Rose softens the spirit as she calms the nervous system and lovingly holds with her intoxicating scent. She raises your vibration while blanketing with boundaries of protection and unconditional love. For the skin, Rose deeply hydrates, reduces blemishes, eases inflammation, protects the skin with anti-oxidents, and allows you to feel beautiful.


Invitation for use

-Apply directly after the shower while your skin is still damp for optimal absorption.

-Tend to your skin, nervous system, and energy field through a Body Oiling Ritual.

-Simply lather yourself in any way , anywhere, any time.


store in a cool place away from direct sunlight.

test on a small patch of skin before use.


artwork by Rebecca Marley