About The Brand
Anatome is a London-based apothecary, and one borne out of a similar philosophy as OMSA – to provide a respite in our daily, hectic lives. With mental health issues, anxiety and sleep disorders at epidemic levels, anatomē’s founder Brendan Murdock realised that traditional health food stores offered little to nourish the mind and soul in the way of experience, products or services. This provided the inspiration for anatomē to combine the best of science and nature. OMSA currently carries therapeutic oils from Anatome’s range of products.
Anatome's Recovery & Sleep roller can help enhance your self care rituals before the end of the day and induce a night of quality rest. This blend consists of 22 botanical essences, with a strong note of blend of French, Cornish and Himalayan Lavender to allow the mind to lighten and drift easily to sleep. Key ingredients include english lavender, chamomile, clary sage, rose, sacred frankincense, and melissa (sweet lemon balm) oil.
The 30ml oil is for topical application using a pipette on application points across the body in the evening.
How to use
Apply topically 30 minutes before sleep around sensory points including ears, brow, crest of shoulder, solar plexus, inner knee, top of feet For best results, use consistently for seven days.
OMSA is not liable for any individual reaction to any particular ingredient. Remember to read our labels and ingredient lists carefully and follow the appropriate directions for use. If you have a specific allergy or sensitivity, do not use ingredients that may trigger a reaction. An allergy patch test is recommended if there is any doubt or history of skin reactions. Discontinue use if a reaction occurs.
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