The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland. Seriously. Scotland even has a national unicorn day. It’s celebrated on April 9 and is considered a lucky day for the Scots. The connection with unicorns has persisted for centuries in Scotland. From 1460-1488 King James III issued coins that depicted the unicorn. It’s said that the unicorn was chosen to be Scotland’s national symbol because the unicorn is the natural enemy of the lion–which is England’s national symbol. These handmade all natural unicorns come in green, blue and white. The essential oils are your choice so please contact me to decide. Due to covid I can't list all the oils as not all are available all the time. These unicorns also have almond oil which is moisturising and gentle on all skin, it has been used for centuries to treat dry skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. You only need about two drops per bath and they are safe for children. There are 15 in a glass jar.