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Essential Oils

From the burning of resins and plants soaked in lipids to modern day distillation, aromatic plants have been used and valued for many millenniums. Fragrance and aromatic oils have been long utilized since ancient Egyptian times, and by numerous cultures around the world. The usage of pure plant essential oils dates back to circa 1000 AD, when distillation was first developed.

This distillation of aromatic plants results in the production of pure essential oils, which are not to be confused with synthetic fragrance oils. Their origins are in nature and their therapeutic properties that balance general well-being have been acknowledged for centuries. Uses of pure essential oils encompasses cosmetic care, spiritual aid, sexual allure, and psychological and therapeutic adjunct.

With some basic guidelines, anyone can safely and effectively use pure essential oils in a myriad of ways to uplift the spirit, soothe the mind, motivate the body and support health. The safest application is through topical application on the skin and via inhalation. They can be safely used to deal with first aid complaints, such as minor burns, insect bites, tension headaches, muscle soreness, digestive upset, etc., with diluted external use.

Guidelines for safe usage:

Best to dilute all essential oils before application to the skin. Many oils can irritate when used neat (undiluted), as well as being unnecessarily costly. 

Many of the citrus oils can cause sun sensitivity and uneven pigmentation problems when applied before any ultraviolet light exposure such as tanning beds, sunbathing or any outdoor activity. Read your cosmetic labels carefully; for instance, lemon oil should not be used to fragrance a lip balm, especially if it is lacking sunscreen.

Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Keep away from children. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier).

DILUTIONS 
Follow these suggestions for diluting oils for efficient and safe application. 

Carrier oils are the medium into which your essential oils should be diluted, but unscented lotion is also suitable.

  • 0.5% dilution = 2-3 drops of essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil (best for kids, elderly, sensitive skin or facial application)
  • 1% dilution = 5 drops of essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil (suitable for most cosmetic care)
  • 2% dilution = 10 drops of essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil (for full body massage)
  • 3% dilution = 15 drops of essential oil to one ounce of carrier oil (spot treatment or 1 tsp in bath)
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Citronella Essential Oil

Citronella Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$20.00

Special Price S$17.00

Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$35.00

Special Price S$29.75

Grapefruit Essential Oil

Grapefruit Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$28.00

Special Price S$23.80

Myrtle Essential Oil

Myrtle Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$38.00

Special Price S$32.30

4 Thieves Essential Oil

4 Thieves Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$55.00

Special Price S$46.75

Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 15ml

Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 15 ml

Regular Price: S$23.00

Special Price S$19.55

Patchouli Essential Oil 15ml

Patchouli Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$35.00

Special Price S$29.75

Black Pepper Essential Oil - 15ml

Black Pepper Essential Oil - 15ml

Regular Price: S$45.00

Special Price S$38.25

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