43°N Deep Sleep Pillow Hydrolat Mist 50ml
43°N Sleep Spray is personally developed by Professor Takao Mori, President of the Society of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine of the Imperial Medical Association of Japan! Exclusive patented technology, passed #Asia authoritative SGS safety certification!
43°N Deep Sleep Spray uses the original Japanese liquid and 17 kinds of natural plant ingredients, such as rose, citrus, ylang-ylang, chamomile, sage, geranium, vetiver, myrtle and other main ingredients, using exclusive microwave cooling Distillation technology, and made according to the gold ratio researched by Dr. Sheng Xiaonan, is a pure plant product without adding preservatives, anesthetics, chemicals, and artificial flavors.
Using an exclusive patented technology, #Pure natural plant stock extract, promote the body's own secretion of serotonin and then convert it into melatonin, in order to achieve the effect of sleep aid!
Unlike sleeping pills, it does not form dependence. On average, you can get rid of sleep troubles in about 90 days!
No prohibited ingredients, No drug dependence, no artificial flavors, safe!
Nice lavender scent, pure natural formula, 90% of people will fall asleep in seconds. The ingredients in this product have no chemical ingredients, natural plants, and professional formulas are safe and free of additives, so they can be used by men, women and children~
Usage: As long as you spray on the four corners of the pillow before going to bed and relax, you will quickly enter a deep sleep state.
The minimum spend for an order is AUD $0 (inclusive of GST).
DELIVERY OPTIONSShipping only available in Australia..
Standard DeliveryFlat rate $12 will be applied for all orders with standard delivery in Australia (WA excluded). Flat rate $15 will be applied for all orders in West Australia. FREE on orders $149 or over (WA excluded). National delivery within 3-7 business days. Delivery times via Australia Post or TNT to Western Australia, and regional and remote locations in Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania may still be a little longer than usual.