A selection of the most popular therapeutic-grade Essential Oils obtained from organically grown aromatic…
A selection of the most popular therapeutic-grade Essential Oils obtained from organically grown aromatic plants: Lavender, Eucalyptus, Citronella, and Peppermint.
LAVENDER: The cooling, relaxing and mood-enhancing effects of Lavender Oil have been cherished throughout the world for thousands of years. It is used extensively in aromatherapy and works as a natural sleep aid. French Lavender Essential Oil is useful for formulating blends to help purify, support pain and inflammation relief, and encourage skin healing. It is a sublime choice for promoting overall skin health and radiance. Lavender Oil is also known to have insect repellent properties and makes a great addition to DIY, all-natural insect repellent products.
EUCALYPTUS: In addition to helping support a healthy respiratory system, Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil can also be immensely advantageous when looking to reduce unwanted microbes, bacteria, fungus, and viruses. Cleansing and penetrating, it can be used topically, diffused, or in inhalation therapy to support in clearing and energizing tired or overworked bodies. It is also effective at preventing tooth decay or plaque formation because of eucalyptus’ antimicrobial properties. When used topically, it can rejuvenate the skin. It functions as an excellent topical salve for cuts, scrapes, burns, sores, and other types of skin wounds.
CITRONELLA: Along with helping to purify against unwanted microbial activity, Citronella Java Essential Oil is popularly used to help repel mosquitoes and other pesky insects for its natural insect repellent properties. It is both an antioxidant and astringent, making it a fantastic choice for DIY skin care blends formulated for clarifying and rejuvenating the skin. Citronella Java Essential Oil is also helpful for reducing unwelcome pain and inflammation. Although Citronella Essential Oil is most widely used in outdoor type formulations, it is also a lovely, affordable oil to consider for inclusion in blends where you want a refreshing, uplifting, clean aroma.
PEPPERMINT: With its beautiful, fresh, intense minty aroma, Peppermint Essential Oil offers numerous applications within beauty, cosmetic, aromatherapy and soapmaking applications. It is used to relieve upset skin due to bug bites or after spending too much time in the sun. Peppermint Essential Oil is also revered for its many therapeutic properties and is helpful when looking to reduce unwanted bacteria and viruses as well as reduce pain and inflammation. Frequently used in dental care due to its effective and refreshing properties, Peppermint also helps alleviate occasional stomach upset, promotes healthy respiratory function and can even help with allergy relief. It is also great to add to your hair care routine as it nourishes and balances a dull, oily scalp.