Sleepy Time Inhalant

$10.95 10.95

A calming lavender based inhalant to help sleep and relaxation.
Use as part of a bedtime routine to assist children's sleep. Euky Bear's Sleepy Time Inhalant is specially formulated to be used with a steam vaporiser.  It mixes easily in water, enhancing the benefits and providing all-night comfort.  Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.


  • A calming lavender based inhalant
  • Helps sleep and relaxation
  • Use as part of a bedtime routine to assist children's sleep
  • Especially made for use with steam vaporisers
  • Mixes in the water to enhance the steam vapours
  • Australian made & owned



 

Lavender has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and aid sleep. It is known for its soothing, sweet scent.
Directions for use

Shake well before use. 

Pour 10mL (2.5 capfuls) of Inhalant into empty vaporiser. Add water to maximum fill line. Refer to your vaporiser manual for further use and care. Repeat as required. 

 

WARNING 

If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

Ingredients
Active ingredient: Lavendula Angulstifolia 50mg/g.
Cautions
Do not take by mouth. Keep out of reach of children. For use with steam vaporiser only. Contains bitterant to avoid accidental ingestion. Use only as directed. Store below 30° C. Contains ethanol.
FAQs

Can I use it in the bath? 

No, this formula is not suitable for bath use. 

 

Can I use it in my diffuser? 

No, this formula is designed only for vaporizers and is not suitable for use in aromatherapy diffusers. 

 

Can I add other oils in as well when using in my vaporiser? 

If you’re using the Euky Bear Vaporiser we don’t recommend adding 100% essential oils, only water soluble inhalants. 

 

My baby still won’t sleep… 

Establishing good sleep patterns can take time, and a consistent bedtime routine is key. Euky Bear’s Sleepy Time products are one tool you can use to support a peaceful sleep environment for your little one. For more advice on baby sleep see your GP or maternal child health nurse.