IDAN OIL (100ml)


Idan is the Yoruba word for magic, which is the only word to describe our sublime moisturising oil. Made with natural, cold-pressed coconut oil into which a Tuberose flower has been immersed, ensuring the wonderful scent of this night-blooming flower is absorbed naturally into the oil by a traditional African process of enfleurage.

Uses and Benefits

As well as smelling divine, Tuberose has naturally warming and aphrodisiac qualities. We love to use this for absolutely everything from a body oil to leave-in hair conditioner, or if we are feeling really indulgent, slathering it head to toe before bed and rinsing off in the morning for truly silky fragranced skin. Some customers have even been known to decant it and use as a solid perfume. Let us know what new uses you discover!

Visit our FAQ page to learn more about Idan oil.

How To Use

This natural product will solidify in cooler temperatures. Place under warm/hot running water or in your shower until it returns to liquid. You only need a small amount of liquid that can be applied everywhere - body, hair, face, hands, and feet.

Ingredients: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Flower Parfum (Fragrance), Polianthes Tuberosa (Tuberose) Flower, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Linalool, *Cinnamal, *Benzyl Alcohol. *Naturally occurring in the fragrance

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

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Kat Mansoor
Addicted to this

It’s brilliant - it soaks in - really good for my thirsty skin. And I love the smell.

Nicola Gough

The smell is so good

Love this product!

It is divine, smells great, isn’t too thick great to add to the post shower routine. Sensual, calming and nourishing!

truly the best.

been using the Idan oil for years & I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. the smell gives me life every time & makes my hair feel nourished & loved. 😌✨

Divine, believe the hype

I’m sure that my 100ml bottle is going to finish soon, I just want to use it all the time and all over. The smell, oh my, the tuberose smell is to die for. The texture of the oil just melts into your skin. Liha, can you consider making these in 500ml bottles?