|Essential Oils & Fragrance Oils
Essential Oils are pure and vulnerable, it's important to keep them in a dark, dry and cool area. Keep them capped to prevent
evaporation. When using essential oils protect yourself and do not get them in your eyes and some should not be placed directly on the
skin. Some hold up in soap making, but you may find that more is needed in order to achieve the scent you are striving for, however that
are potent and drops are the key when using them in cosmetics and natural product care.
Fragrance Oils are synthetically achieved and most hold up in soap making, but use caution since some people may be to sensitive to
the smell or use, however practice using the least amount possible to achieve the desired scent to avoid possible irritation from smell or
use on the skin. Never use essential or fragrance oils offered here directly on the skin and always protect getting them into eyes because
they are all pure, undiluted, uncut and raw. Little is needed to obtain effects. If you bring bottle to shop in person deduct $1.25 bottle
charge from the totals shown here.
Basil Oil- Use a few drops for inflammation, this oil is
stimulating and used in application to reduce swelling.
Bay Oil- another great oil for inflammation and excellent
when added to bath water for sore achy muscles.
Black Pepper- most used oil in perfumes and bacteria
cleaning agents, such as frebrez spray. Use in water
mixture to kill pet odors on carpet.
Balsam Peru- highly used in shampoo for conditioning hair,
excellent in stimulating and relaxing.
Bitter almond- this oil has been used in many creams and
products for the effective treatment of Eczema and chronic
skin disorders world wide.
Bergamont- a fermented oil that has the smell of citrus,
highly used in many products for restoring and energy.
Camphor Oil - Place a few drops in Vaporizer to ease
breathing and loosing mucus. A few drops in Olive Oil and
rub into sore muscles or on chest for congestion.
Cedarwood- smells just like cedar, use to grant energy and
uplifting as well.
Chinese Star Anise- highly used in flavoring foods and
preserving them too. Smells like licorice and used for
inflammation or swelling.
Corriander- widely used to kill odors and bacteria, nutty
smell and deodorant aid.
Clove Essential Oil - Place up to 6 drops in 1 tablespoon
Sweet Almond Oil with 4 drops Spearmint oil to treat tooth
aches and teething babies, place a dab directly on tooth or
gums. Can be used several times per day.
Cinnamon- a fractionated oil, heightens and conditions,
used to flavor with excellent healing properties.
Clary Sage- used to preserve youth in many products,
cleansing and bacterial agent.
Eucalyptus 80/85 Ess Oil - Used for it's antiseptic and
anti-inflammatory quality, place a drops in a refine oil,
massage into sore muscles or place drops in water to soak
away fungus and bacteria.
Eucalyptus, Lemon Ess Oil - Used for antiseptic and anti-
inflammatory quality and can be used the same as regular
Eucalyptus Ess Oil but has a pungent Lemon scent.
Fir Needle- smells like fir, stimulating and refreshing,
uplifting and cleansing. Grants energy.
Flee Flea Ess Oil Blend - this blend has been formulated to
be ready to add to water or a mild liquid soap just before
using on pet to rid fleas and ticks.
Ginger Essential Oil - used in china for nausea, motion
sickness and preserving youth of the skin.
Geranium Rose Ess Oil - known for it's use to treat eczema
and many chronic skin problems.
Lavender 40/42 Ess Oil - dilute in refine oil to place upon
the temples or dilute in distilled water to spray on skin, linen
and when ironing. Used for insomnia, fussy baby, mild
depression, mold and mildew.
Lemon, Argentina Ess Oil - used for natural cleaning to kill
germs, bacteria, mold and mildew. Dilute with water and
spray directly on showers, counter tops and linen. Due to
photo sensitive effects, use Litsea Cubeba in products that
are placed directly on the skin but the scent of lemon is
desired, unless you are sun bleaching your hair.
Orange, Valencia Ess Oil - Used the same as Lemon Ess
Oil but without worry of photo sensitive. Can be used in
making orange flavored lip balm with few drops.
Palmarosa Ess Oil - excellent in natural body care
products, when used in soap making the final scent is like
green tea. Safe for those with sensitive skin too.
Patchouli Ess Oil - known as the hippies favorite scent, it
has been used in most perfume formulas. Dilute with a
refine oil and place on skin at pressure points.
Pennyroyal Ess Oil - Used in pet shampoo formulas along
with other essential oils to discourage fleas and ticks. This
essential oil should not be used when pregnant by humans
Peppermint Essential Oil - used in homemade toothpastes,
to scent lip balm and is antiseptic.
Petitgrain Essential Oil - used to discourage fleas and ticks,
often used as an aphrodisiac too.
Rosemary Essential Oil - a mint that encourages new skin
cell generation and is the secret in most beauty products,
however it naturally exfoliates skin, so those whom are
diabetic should not use in any form.
Rosewood Essential Oil - because it's scent resembles the
rose oil, but costly significantly less, it is used in place. A
wonderful oil for sensitive skin too.
Spearmint Essential Oil - used more often than any other
mint, it's mild and strongly effective. Great for treating acne,
oily skin, cleaning naturally and natural products.
Spruce Essential Oil - a strong antiseptic, kills bacteria and
smells awesome. A strong effective oil.
Sweet Fennel Essential Oil - wonderful in beauty products
to preserve soft delicate skin.
Tea Tree Essential Oil - so many uses from ear infections,
acne, athletes feet and any bacterial problem. Strongly
effective on Eczema and psoriasis that most have been
cured by it's use. Look for products that contain Tea Tree
for animals and humans. Kills infections fast.
Vetiver Essential Oil - used in beauty products for it's effect
to preserve the skin and the scent is improved when used
in combination with other oils.
White Thyme Essential Oil - not the most attract scent but
it's overwhelming abilities have been recorded through
history on healing and reducing swelling.
Wintergreen Essential Oil - the strongest of all mints, so a
little goes a long way. Spearmint is used most of the time
due to it's strong smell and mildness. This oil can be used
in all ways that spearmint or peppermint can.
Ylang Ylang - an exotic and warm smell of pungent oranges
very common in perfumes and beauty care.
|1oz Black Pepper EO $16.46
|1 oz Balsam Peru EO $9.37
|1 oz Bitter Almond EO $7.46
|1 oz Chinese Star Anise $5.71
|1 oz Coriander EO Out of Stock
|1 oz Lemon Eucalyptus EO $5.96
|1 oz Flee Flea EO Blend $6.48
|1 oz Geranium Rose EO $14.46
|1 oz Lavender 40/42 EO $10.63
|1 oz Lemon, Argentina EO $6.46
|1 oz Orange, Valencia EO $4.87
|1 oz Peppermint EO $10.19
|1 oz Sweet Birch EO $5.21
|1 oz Sweet Fennel EO $7.59
|1 oz White Thyme EO $5.47
|1 oz Wintergreen EO $6.21
|1 oz Ylang Ylang EO $20.99