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What are essential oils?
Essential oils are the essence of a plant, distilled to bring nutrients and natural benefits to your home. They are liquid concentrates that can be extracted from flowers, plants, leaves, tree bark or roots, and they’re incredibly potent. Take for example, to fill a 15ml of Rose Essential Oils requires about 242,000 rose petals to distill. And what a wondrous oil!
How to use essential oils?
The most common way to use essential oils is diffuse them in a diffuser or a humidifier. You can also use them on candles or by inhaling them from the bottle. Diluting them with Carrier Oils allows you to use them topically on skin, body or hair. They can also be infused to elevate cleansers, skincare products or even bedtime linens.
What are the benefits of essential oils?
Essential oils are 100% natural, directly extracted from natural plants, which contain many super nutrients—like antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, vitamins and other properties—to boost your health.
Essential oils help on a holistic level and are quite versatile therapeutically, and can be used to boost your physical, emotional & spiritual well-being. So whether you’re in need of relaxation, focus, nourishing skincare, or even just a great aroma to transform your room, essential oils can play a big part in restoring your balance.
Which are the top 10 essential oils?
Our customers have told us their favourites for their ability to tap into emotions & boost health. Here are our Top 10 Essential Oils:
- Ginger Essential Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Myrrh Essential Oil
- Patchouli Essential Oil
- Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
- Rose Geranium Essential Oil
- Rose Otto Essential Oil
- Sandalwood Essential Oil
- Vanilla Essential Oil
- Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Are essential oils safe for skin?
Essential oils have powerful skin-boosting health benefits, but used alone, their potency can be aggravating to the skin. Enter Carrier Oils, which are used to dilute these heavy concentrates into gentle-for-skin, nourishing oils—and like its namesake, they’re used to “carry” their benefits into your skin or body.