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Essential Oils & Aromatherapy Tools.

Essential Oils & Aromatherapy Tools.

Our passion is sourcing pure, ethical essential oils and the latest, innovative aromatherapy tools. 
Our goal is to empower our customers with aromatherapy to improve sleep patterns, support the immune system, purify the home environment and reduce stress.

Blog posts

  • July 17, 2019 Homemade Herbal Vinegar Spray - Child Safe Natural Cleaning Recipe.
    Homemade Herbal Vinegar Spray - Child Safe Natural Cleaning Recipe. Easy All-Purpose Natural Cleaning Recipe: Infused Herbal Vinegar.
  • May 13, 2019 Make Your Own DIY Thieves & Onguard Protective Blend
    Make Your Own DIY Thieves & Onguard Protective Blend
    Young Living's Thieves® and DoTerra's OnGuard® are extremely popular germ fighting blends used for home cleaning, diffusing and topical use. 

    They both include the powerful oils Clove Bud, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus and Rosemary. The only difference between them is Thieves® adds Lemon while OnGuard® chooses Orange. 

    With a price of $40-58/15ml bottle, we decided to share an easy, cost effective DIY version that you can blend yourself...at under $6/15ml bottle- a fraction of the cost!
  • July 03, 2018 Diffusing Essential Oils- A Complete Guide
    Diffusing Essential Oils- A Complete Guide

    The Complete Guide to Diffusing Essential Oils.

    • Types of diffusers.
    • How to care for, maintain and position your diffuser.
    • What to diffuse, how to blend oils and what to avoid.
    • Safety around children and animals.
    • Expert advice.
  • October 03, 2017 No-Fail Bath Bombs
    No-Fail Bath Bombs Before I give you the keys to the bath bomb kingdom, there’s a few tricks you need to know. Get this right and you’re on easy street. Get it wrong and you’re left with a crumbly pile of prematurely fizzed mush.