We've bottled some of our favourite scents. Sourced when possible from organic suppliers.
Arnica: great for bruising and soothing sore muscles.
Ashwaganda (Withania Somnifera): known for its calming effect and is an excellent body oil for promoting better sleep and relieving muscle tension.
Lavender oil: Calming, soothing and anti-septic.
Lemon oil (Citrus Limonum Bergapten-free): Lemon oil is comprised of chemicals called monoterpenes, which are generally known to have uplifting characteristics. The calming properties of lemon oil can help relax both your mind and relieve stress. It also has anti-septic properties. Bergapten-free means it won't cause photo-sensitivity.
Lemon Tea Tree ( Leptospermum Petersonii): Uplifting and refreshing, Lemon Tea Tree Oils helps to clear and focus the mind, dispelling negativity. It has natural anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and antiseptic properties and blends well with lavender, lemon myrtle and eucalyptus.
Pine Oil: Pine essential oil is a derivative of pine tree needles, which are known for their strong aroma. In fact, one sniff of pine oil might remind you of a Christmas tree. Pine essential oil is notable for its uplifting yet clearing scent, and may have natural anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Rosalina ( Melaleuca Ericifolia or Lavender Tea Tree): Rosalina is a native to Australia and is part of the Melaleuca family - originally referred to as 'Swap Paperbark'.
Most commonly, Rosalina essential oil is used for the health of the respiratory system, skin, and mind. It has strong anti-bacterial, anti-viral and immune stimulating properties.
The skin loving Linalool (this is also found in significant quantities in Lavender) - is found in high levels in Rosalina oil providing calming and relaxing qualities. Because of the Linalool and the Eucalyptol (1,8 cineole) content, Rosalina essential oil has also been effective in treating acne, boils, herpes (cold sores), minor fungal infections, rashes, cuts, grazes, insect bites, minor infected wounds, and oily skin.
Wild Turmeric ( Curcuma Aromatica): Turmeric has powerful antioxidant qualities, and therefore, it can be greatly used in beauty regimes to slow down the aging process of your skin, accelerate and stimulate the growth of new skin cells, reduce wrinkles, and protect your skin from the damaging effects of oxidation.
Vetiver (Chrysopogon Zizanioides): When used on the skin or inhaled, Vetiver oil can help provide a calming and grounding effect on emotions. The root of the hearty vetiver plant is the origin of Vetiver oil, and produces a fragrance that is earthy and strong. This aroma has been used among many perfume industries and is a notable characteristic of Vetiver oil.
Vetiver oil is composed of multiple sesquiterpenes, giving Vetiver oil a grounding effect on emotions. This grounding effect makes Vetiver oil a commonly used essential oil in massage practices and topical and aromatic uses.
*It is a thick oil and very viscous, so the lid has to be removed as it won't fall through the dropper lid.