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Aromatherapy Body Oil

Stroll through your day, exuding that special laissez-faire attitude reserved for those who are truly confident and un-swayed by what others think - thanks to Black Pepper, Lemongrass, Pine, Black Spruce and Cypress.


  • Great for all skin types

  • Soothes irritation

  • Removes excess oil

  • Reduces the signs of aging & scars

  • Tightens & tones skin

  • Lock in moisture

  • Softens skin & hair

  • Boost hair’s shine


  • Reduces emotional exhaustion & fatigue  

  • Increases alertness, focus & mental clarity  

  • Uplifts your mood & de-stresses  

  • Relaxes mind while boosting energy  

  • Alleviates feelings of stress, anxiety & depression  

  • Release feelings of worry or regret   

  • Helps to tap into resiliency & adaptability  

  • Helps to live in the present moment  

  • Enhances ability to draw on inner strength


Silver icon denoting vegan product - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is cruelty-free - no animal testing - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is GMO free - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting prdouct is made without parabens - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting the product is made without phthalates - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner

Click the images to learn more about each ingredient.


If using two-pumps of oil once a day, a 110 mL (3.7 oz) bottle will last you around four to five months.


Use daily to once a week. As a body oil, it is best when applied after a shower but you can use it anytime. If you have extremely dry skin, try applying it before your shower. This will prevent soap from stripping your skin of natural oils.

To apply, rub two to three pumps of oil in your hands to warm the oil then massage into skin. Work in small sections, adding small amounts of oil as needed.


Detangle and boost softness by adding one pump of oil to your conditioner.


Tame frizz and fly-aways by applying to dry hair. Seal in moisture by applying to damp hair.

Put one pump of serum (a pea-sized amount) on the palms of your hands and rub for a few seconds to warm and evenly distribute the oil. Lightly brush your palms over the top of your hair and run fingers through your hair. Rub remaining oil on the ends.

You can finish with a low-heat blow out for smooth, shiny hair.


Use once per week. This method is one of the best ways to use hair oil. It prevents dehydration, prevents your hair from getting water-logged, and prevents shampoo from stripping your natural oils.

Put two pumps of serum in your palms and rub together to lightly warm the oil. Grab a small section of hair and run the lower portion through your hand to coat with oil. Apply more serum in small amounts until all ends of your hair have been coated. (No need to saturate.) Leave in for 1 or more hours or overnight, then wash and condition as normal. (You may need to wash twice or use a clarifying shampoo.)


Consult your doctor prior to use if you:

  • are pregnant 

  • have epilepsy or other condition involving seizures

  • have a chronic medical condition

  • use any prescription medication.

For external use only. Do not ingest. Spot test prior to using. Discontinue use should you have an adverse reaction. Use only the advised amount. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not apply near your eyes. Discontinue use if there is a noticeable change to color, texture, or aroma.


Natural products have a shorter shelf life than most health and beauty care products because they do not use the same type or same amounts of chemical preservatives. This is one reason Deer Heart Solutions creates small-batch, hand-made products - so you are getting the freshest products we can provide.

To prolong the life of your product and prevent oxidation or bacterial growth, keep the top firmly closed. Store your bottle out of direct sunlight and away from heat and moisture.



The Lynx

The Hulihee is a cut of beard that is not for the shy or inexperienced. It features full sideburns that extend beyond the jawline, a mustache, and a bare chin. Get the look by either growing out Mutton Chops or, if starting with a full beard, just shave off the chin and shape the sides.

While some say the Hulihee is the sole Imperial style of beard that is not named for a 19th-century aristocrat, they're wrong. This cut is actually a bridge between the Imperial styles and Friendly Mutton Chops, and the first to wear it was King Kalākaua - the last king of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi. He was known as “The Merry Monarch” for his flamboyance, humor, and charisma. Imperial AND friendly.

King Kalākaua and Queen Kapiʻolani fought against decades of cultural oppression by Christian missionaries. They helped renew a sense of pride in Hawaiian heritage and culture, living by the motto Hoʻoūlu Lāhui - Increase the Nation. They helped renew the oral tradition of using hula to pass on their stories.

King Kalākaua's had a love of knowledge. He shared his culture with the world by compiling stories into the book, Legends and Myths of Hawaii. In 1881, he became the first monarch to circumnavigate the globe. And he financed sending Hawaiian youth to study abroad to expand their knowledge beyond what they could do on the islands.

It wasn't always fun time for King Kalākaua. He experienced hardship, including the annexation of Hawaii. But he did it with charm, joy, and confidence - and with a Hulihee beard on his face.

As for the mascot - the lynx wears a natural version of a Hulihee beard. But, more than this, the lynx is symbolic of intelligence. Etymologically, lynx is connected to the words elucidate, illuminate, lucid, luminous, and light. Fitting, since the lynx has been called "The Silent Witness" for its exceptional night vision (as well as remarkable hearing and instincts.)

The lynx calls on us to release invasive thoughts and find mental clarity and focus. This is so you can better listen to your intuition and reflect on the mysteries of life. And the lynx represents wisdom and observational prowess. This is why one of the oldest and most prestigious scientific institutions is named after the lynx - The Accademia dei Lincei (The Academy of the Lynx-Eyed).

Line drawing of lemongrass

While the ingredients listed above have a long history of therapeutic use and multiple applications and there is ever-increasing scientific research into their chemical structures and the benefits they provide, the statements made on this website have not been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition or disease but to help you look, feel, and smell better.

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