Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil
Country of origin: USA
Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil
Country of origin: China
Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil
Country of origin: Australia
All three oils in the Wellness Collection are top notes. You don’t need to blend these oils together to enjoy them, but lemon’s citrus notes complement the other two nicely. Tea tree and eucalyptus are quite potent and can overwhelm blends, so use them sparingly. Most times, one drop of either will be plenty.
Lemon essential oil has a tangy, juicy scent that is reminiscent of the fresh fruit. Eucalyptus has a bright, intensely herbal scent that engages the senses instantly (who doesn’t have a sense memory staring dense eucalyptus groves?). Tea tree’s scent is sharp, spicy, and medicinal.
When we smell good things, we feel better. Essential oils allow us to easily enjoy the simple magic of our natural world. They give us access to the flowers, trees, spices, and resins that can soothe our senses. Natural scents are healthier for our bodies, too. No phthalates or hidden endocrine disruptors. Just pure plant essences.
- • Add to a diffuser to naturally scent any space.
- • Create your own natural perfume with your favorite combination of essential oils. Blend into a base oil (like jojoba or sweet almond) and fill a small, glass bottle.
- • Drop directly on shower floor while waiting for the water to warm up. Let the steam release the oils and transform your shower into a spa.
- • Blend into body oil or lotion to enhance its scent and aromatherapeutic benefits.
- • Drop directly into bath water for an aromatherapeutic soak.
- • Add to a compress submerged in a bowl of warm or cold water. Ring out, drape across your forehead, and breath deeply.
- • Remember, essential oils are very concentrated. A little bit goes a long way. Start with one drop at a time. Essential oils should always be diluted to enjoy safely.
Lemon, eucalyptus & tea tree
Invigorating & uplifting
No synthetic fragrance