This oil blend has been specifically designed to bring together the calming aromas of Lavender, Magnolia, Neroli, and Sweetgum with the uplifting aromas of Wild Orange and Spearmint essential oils.
Soak in a relaxing Epsom bath by adding three to four drops in a teaspoon of carrier oil (ie.fractionated coconut oil) to the bath water with Epsom Salts as desired.
Mix three drops with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a soothing massage.
Diffuse for a soothing and uplifting aroma.
Adaptiv Touch Tranquil Roller Blend 10mL Keep this 10mL Roll On Blend in your hand bag, Laptop bag, in the top drawer of your desk – so you can ensure it is on hand. When you are having difficulties staying on task try dōTERRA AdaptivTM TouchTM Tranquil Blend as a reminder to create a change for balance.
Apply to pulse points as a reminder to create a change for balance.
Use to massage shoulders and neck.
Apply one drop to hands, rub together, and inhale deeply as needed throughout the day.
*Avoid sunlight and UV rays for at least 12 hours after applying product topically.
From the leaf of a tall grass native to Asia, Citronella essential oil has a crisp, fresh aroma. With powerful benefits, Citronella oil is an ideal companion for camping, hiking, and trips to the great outdoors. Try using Citronella on surfaces in and outside the home.
When inhaled, Citronella has a refreshingly positive aroma.
Diffuse while enjoying the outdoors
Apply to skin with Fractionated Coconut Oil
Add three to four drops in water for an aromatic surface cleanser
Diffuse to promote a cheery, optimistic environment
Use in shampoo and conditioner for a refreshing aroma
A small perennial herb with narrow, silver leaves and flowers that form a cluster of golden yellow, ball-shaped blossoms, Helichrysum italicum is best known for its topical properties.
Also referred to as “everlasting” or “immortal flower”, Helichrysum is used in products for its benefits to the skin. Helichrysum TouchTM comes in a convenient roll on, combining Helichrysum essential oil in a Fractionated Coconut Oil.
Apply topically to help the appearance of skin.
Massage into the temples and the back of the neck for a soothing sensation.
Native to Australia, lemon myrtle has long been used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as part of their diet. Lemon Myrtle essential oil is distilled from the citrus scented leaves of the subtropical Lemon Myrtle plant. Lemon Myrtle essential oil has a calming and relaxing aroma.
Try diffusing for a calming and relaxing aroma.
Add a drop of Lemon Myrtle essential oil to your water for a refreshing taste.
Historically used by Native Americans for topical and spiritual practices, Black Spruce is a powerful wood essential oil. Distilled from the needles and branches of the Picea mariana tree, Black Spruce essential oil is high in bornyl acetate, a chemical component known for relaxation and calming properties.
Start your day off with Black Spruce, used either topically or aromatically.
After strenuous exercise try massaging Black Spruce into the skin with a carrier oil as part of a soothing and comforting massage.
Diffuse Black Spruce or apply to the back of the neck throughout the day whenever you are searching for harmony and balance.
Lemon Eucalyptus essential oil is derived from a lemon scented blue gum eucalypti plant, a tall tree with smooth bark. It is known for its refreshing aroma, ideal to create a clean scented and invigorating environment.
Diffuse to encourage a positive environment with this bright, fresh scent.
Add it to your diffuser blends to balance the sweetness of floral or the intensity of citrus aromas.
The seeds are the primary repository for the essential oil. Limonene, the dominant constituent in Celery Seed oil is also found in refreshing citrus peel and fir needle oils. The oil has a calming, relaxing, and positive aroma.
We have put together a specially collated selection of oils designed for use by kids, including us “big” kids! Use these blends as powerful affirmations with your school-aged (5+ years) children as you show love and care.
These oils are all in a base of Fractionated Coconut in a handy to use roll on applicator.
As Seasonal threats looms, and newest viruses, and versions of the flu keep changing, we need to find more effective ways of protecting ourselves and our families.
As most Essential Oils are antibacterial, anti-fungal, antimicrobial, and antiseptic they are my first go-to for keeping my family healthy through these times. Washing hands often, and lots of other common sense ways of staying healthy are great, but sometimes you need a little more defense.
In addition Essential oils can help to boost your immune system, helping your bodies natural defense on a cellular level.
As one of doTERRA’s best-selling blends, doTERRA On Guard protects against environmental and seasonal threats with essential oils known for their positive effects on the immune system when ingested. doTERRA On Guard can be taken internally on a daily basis to maintain healthy immune function and support healthy cardiovascular function.
On Guard comes in lots of formats such as Throat Drops, Beadlets, Hand Sanitising Mist (spray), Washing Liquid, Toothpaste, Foaming Handwash, mouthwash, and more.
After On Guard with would be my top go-to for immune boosting. As a ‘hot oil’ this one must be diluted before topical use, and is so potent you will only need a tiny amount.
Thanks to the high levels of carvacrol, oregano oil may help fight certain types of bacteria. For instance, Staphylococcus is a common type of bacteria that causes staph infection. Some strains occur naturally in the body, but when the bacteria grow too quickly, it can cause bothersome symptoms. Research shows that carvacrol is effective in eliminating the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis, two common causes of infection. Taking oregano oil supplements or rubbing it on the skin may help a person make use of these antibacterial effects.
A potent antifungal agent Oregano oil is also a potent antioxidant. Antioxidants help protect the body from damage caused by oxidative stress and free radicals. Oxidative stress may lead to increased DNA damage and cell death. Oxidation may also play a role in other issues, such as arthritis, atherosclerosis,
Oregano can all be used for reducing inflammation, and Healing wounds.
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Now is the time to stock up with our Seasonal Essentials Wellness Box! This kit is available as an enrolment kit, meaning you can join and save 25% off future purchases. Also available without enrolling
I am often asked about dilution. Because of the potency and purity of these oils, dilution will be necessary this is great as it means your oils will last longer and be able to be applied to your skin.
Different oils have a warming or cooling effects on the skins such as oregano, or peppermint. This can feel like a burning sensation on sensitive skin so always dilute and test before applying. Whereas other oils such as Lavender are more soothing to the skin, and can be used with little or no dilution depending on age, and area of the body.
Other things to consider with oil blends are the sun sensitive oils (Citrus) that can amplify the effects of the sun and cause burning if used on the skin before sun expose.
Please keep in mind these charts are only a guideline to follow. When counting drops I tend to get that stubborn drop that won’t come out and then 2 drops come out It’s OK if your blend does not have the exact drops the chart is recommending (remember it is a guideline). Essential oil drops are really an inaccurate measure because the viscosity differs in oils and not all droppers used are the exact same, meaning drops are not a uniform measurement. So again, these are guidelines.
Essential Oils can be great for the skin but where to start?
Here is a quick list of oils – and the quickest way to get them into your regular routine.
1. Helichrysum – When it comes to essential oils for skincare, nothing beats the effectiveness of Helichrysum. It contains anti-microbial, anti-biotic and regenerative compounds that promote healthy skin cell growth and regeneration. It also helps speed up healing of wounds, burns, and rashes and reduces scarring. Add a few drops to your cleanser.
2. Lavender (True or French) Whether you are trying to soothe skin irritation or merely nourish delicate skin, there are many uses of Lavender oil for skin. The soothing properties of Lavender essential oil have made it a popular option for skincare products, at-home skincare DIYs, and simple topical application. Add to everything – Razor cream, face cream, hand cream, shampoo, and after sun gel.
3. Tea Tree (Melaleuca) – Great for: acne, inflamed skin, fungal infections, sebum regulation, abscesses, boils, cold sores, cuts, and dandruff. If you have something, itchy, scratchy, or puffy, there’s a good chance tea tree oil can help you. Dab on any areas of concern or add to cleaner/toner
4. Geranium Used cosmetically or topically in general, Geranium Essential Oil is reputed to contribute to the health of the skin cells and ultimately the health of the complexion. … Its astringent property helps tighten the skin and to diminish the appearance of the symptoms of aging, such as sagging and wrinkling skin. Best added to night or day cream, eye serum, and hand cream.
5. Frankincense Boswellia... Great for: Mature skin, dry skin, wrinkles, scar tissue, eczema, acne, inflamed skin conditions, stretch marks and blackheads Even those who know nothing about essential oils are probably familiar with frankincense. What makes it so wonderful for the skin is its wound healing and regenerative properties. Because of this, Frankincense is effective on boils, acne and scarring. It can also help stretch marks to fade. Add to night or day cream, and eye cream.
One of the most common types of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, though it can also affect females, is better known as male pattern baldness.
Rosemary oil treats androgenetic alopecia by preventing the cause of this condition, a by product of testosterone attacking your hair follicles . When men with androgenetic alopecia massaged diluted rosemary oil into their scalp twice daily for six months, they experienced the same increase in hair thickness as those who used minoxidil (Rogaine), a common hair regrowth remedy. Those who used the rosemary oil reported less scalp itching compared to minoxidil, which suggests that rosemary may be more tolerable. Other research indicates that rosemary oil may fight patchy hair loss, or alopecia areata, which affects up to half the population below age 21 and about 20% of people above 40. When people with alopecia areata rubbed a rosemary essential oil blend into their scalp each day for seven months, 44% showed improvement in their hair loss compared to only 15% in the control group, who used the neutral oils jojoba and grapeseed.
Lavender has long been used as a treatment for alopecia and baldness. is widely considered one of the most versatile essential oils, being extremely beneficial for numerous issues. Because of its normalizing and synergistic properties, it is considered useful for most ailments. Lavender is also considered one of the most beneficial essential oils for treating hair loss as well. A a very soothing and calming oil, lavender can help with an irritated scalp, but it is also regenerating as well. In fact, a study conducted in 2016 found that lavender oil significantly increased the number of hair follicles and hair follicle depth. And since it’s considered one of the safest essential oils, lavender can be used on just about anybody!
According to a 2014 study, those treated with peppermint oil experienced an increase in follicle count, increase in follicle depth, and a thickened dermal layer after four weeks. However, please note that due to its high menthol content, peppermint oil should not be used on or near the face of young children or infants.
Geranium is another essential oil that is used for hair loss, because it is another regenerating essential oil, it and is considered beneficial in stimulating hair growth. Comprised of mostly citronellol and geraniol, geranium has a high count of monoterpenes which are considered to be immune stimulants and general tonics. It is also commonly used in skin care due to its anti-inflammatory properties and its abilities to balance out skin types. This also makes it beneficial to use when dealing with hair loss due to allergic or irritated skin.
Another essential oil to consider when dealing with hair loss is clary sage. Not to be confused with common sage, clary sage is a stimulating oil and can be used to both reduce hair loss and promote hair growth. Because it is commonly used to regulate hormones and stress, it can be especially beneficial for hair loss that is due to stress or hormonal issues. Please note that clary sage should not be used by those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, when drinking alcohol, or if estrogen levels need to be monitored.
Cedarwood A study was published in 1998 regarding patients who suffered from alopecia areata. The patients were treated with an essential oil blend of cedarwood, rosemary, lavender, and thyme. The blend was massaged on the scalp of individuals every day for 7 months. The results showed that 44% of the patients found improvement with their alopecia after using the essential oil blend. Cedarwood can also be beneficial when dealing with hair loss, and is considered to be useful for multiple skin and scalp conditions, including itchy scalp, dandruff, and oily hair.
Roman chamomile is most known for its calming and gastric properties, chamomile is also used to support hair health. Gentle and calming, chamomile has been used for numerous issues for decades. Because of its ability to help with stress and anxiety, chamomile can be beneficial for hair loss due to anxiety or nervous disorders. It is also very calming to the skin and helpful when dealing with irritated, allergic, or itchy skin and scalp. Chamomile is often used in hair care and is even thought to help lighten hair color. Like lavender, chamomile is considered a safe oil and can be used on most individuals.
If not diluted properly, essential oils can cause irritation and sensitization, so make sure to always dilute them accordingly.It’s important to remember that a little goes a long way with essential oils. Because they are highly concentrated substances, only a small amount is needed.