How To Use The Products

We think that you’ll really enjoy these Essential Oil Roll-Ons and Blends. They were formulated by a Clinical Aromatherapy Consultant. They are all blended, bottled, labelled and shipped from USA.

How to Use the Roll On Blends


Each Essential Oil Roll-On is diluted with Jojoba for direct use on the skin. 


When the Roll On Blends are applied to the skin, their healing components are absorbed into the bloodstream by the pores and hair follicles. Once inside the bloodstream, they disperse to the specific organs and systems on which they work. Pulse points are the areas of the body where blood vessels are closest to the skin’s surface. Applying the Roll On Blends are applied to these areas it allows for quicker absorption and help them get to work faster. We suggest applying to the wrists, temples and back of the neck.


How to Use the Blends


The Blends can be used in a diffuser or aromatherapy locket or can be added to a bath by diluting up to 8 drops in a tablespoon of a carrier oil such as jojoba or sweet almond oil. Before applying to the skin, the Blend needs to be diluted in a carrier oil or jojoba oil to a maximum concentration of 2.5% (add 23 drops of the blend to one ounce of vegetable oil or jojoba oil).


Using Essential Oils


Essential oils can help alter our physical, mental and emotional well-being by triggering and strengthening our bodies’ own natural processes. They are made up of tiny molecules that can deliver healing properties to the systems that control our physiological state.


The best way for the body to absorb the therapeutic components of essential oils is a combination of inhalation through the olfactory system of the nose and absorption through the surface of the skin:




When essential oils are inhaled through the nose, tiny nerves send an immediate signal to the brain and go straight to work on the systems that moderate our minds and bodies.


Inhalation can be the most direct delivery method of these incredibly nurturing components in essential oils, since the chemical messengers in the nasal cavity have direct access to the brain.