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My top 28 Essential Oils:
Essential Oil
Aroma Notes
Properties
Used during pregnancy do not use any essential oils on your first trimester*
Used in children age 6 months to 12 years**
Used in pets, specific cats and dogs***
Basil, Sweet
Smells garden-fresh, spicy and floral.
It has a clarifying effect on the brain. Use it as a study buddy to improve concentration, alertness, and memory retention.
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Bergamot 
Refreshing essential oil with a fresh sweet-citrus, floral scent. 
It's considered a tonic for frazzled nerves and can help soothe anxiety and lift melancholy. 
Safe
Do not use
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Birch Sweet 
Has a medicinal yet refreshing minty wintergreen aroma that's very invigorating. 
Used as an analgesic, the warming properties seem to help soothe muscular aches and pains. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Carrot Seed
 
Has a woody, earthy scent. 
It has a wonderful toning action on the body and can be helpful for toxin build-up and water retention. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Chamomile German
Has a sweet, warm herbaceous scent. 
It has great anti-inflammatory use as a massage on sore muscles or as a cold compress. 
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Citronella 
This essential oil has a fresh grassy, lemony scent.
Is commonly used to ward off insects. It can help ease headaches. 
Do not use
Do not use
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Clary Sage
Has a sweet floral, herbaceous aroma.
Reputed to help balance hormones, alleviate menopause symptoms, regulate irregular menstruation  and reduce menstrual cramps. 
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Cypress 
Fresh, green and coniferous aroma, with a sweet and balsamic undertone.
Its antispasmodic properties help relieve cramping muscles and soothe spasmodic coughing. Supportive to healthy reproductive and circulatory systems. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Eucalyptus 
Is a sharp camphor smelling oil that's invigorating, penetrating, and cleansing. 
It is one of the best essential oils for diffusing. Helps support healthy immune and respiratory systems, clearing congestion, relieving sinus pressure, and reducing headaches. 
Safe
Do not use
Do not use
Frankincense
Has a fresh, woody, slightly sweet resinous scent. 
This essential oil is a grounding essential oil, traditionally used for its sacred healing qualities and is thought to slow and deepen your breathing which is conducive for meditation. 
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Grapefruit 
Has a fresh, sweet citrus aroma that is cheerful and uplifting. 
Great for mental exhaustion and to help recover from jet lag. Often used to combat odors and freshen your environment. 
Safe
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Immortelle
Is very useful in relieving stress and nervous tension and fighting lethargy. 
Is the best essential oil for bruises and helps with swelling and inflammation, as well as other skin conditions like blemishes, minor wound care, and athlete’s foot. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Jasmine 
Is a rich, warm, exotic floral fragrance known for its warming aphrodisiac properties. 
It is calming and emotionally-balancing and helps promote confidence, optimism, and creativity. 
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Juniper Berry
Has a sweet, fresh, woody-balsamic odor that is mentally stimulating.
It is calming and stress-reducing without being sedative. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Lavender 
Has a light, sweet floral scent. 
Undeniably the most popular essential oil for all age groups, it is therapeutically superior for a wide variety of conditions and definitely the number one choice for first aid. 
Safe
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Lemongrass 
Has a penetrating fresh, grassy-citrus scent that’s uplifting, invigorating, and encouraging. 
Lemongrass is a good essential oil to use when emotionally or physically lethargic.
Safe
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Lime 
Has a fresh, sweet citrus scent that is very mentally uplifting and refreshing. 
It has great restorative properties and is used for cleansing, purifying, and renewing both spirit and mind. 
Safe
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Linden Blossom 
Has a sweet, spicy floral aroma that’s slightly citrusy. 
It’s typically considered a relaxant as it has a sedative effect on the nervous system.
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Mandarin 
Has a sweet, citrusy floral scent that is uplifting and revitalizing. 
It helps ease anxiety, stress, nervous tension, and irritability and can promote relaxation and sleep. 
Safe
Inhalation and can be applied topically 
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Maychang 
Has a lemony, fresh fruity aroma. 
This essential oil is wonderful for deodorizing and cleansing a room and a popular addition to household cleansers and air fresheners. 
Do not use
Do not use
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Myrrh 
Has a warm penetrating, earthy, woody aroma.
It is best known for its traditional use in spiritual and meditative rituals. 
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Orange
Is sweet, fresh and fruity smelling. 
This uplifting essential oil helps alleviate tension and stress, fight fatigue and boost mental clarity.
Do not use
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Oregano 
Has a warm, spicy herbaceous aroma. 
It is a great essential oil to diffuse for respiratory issues to clear congestion, relax inflamed lungs and throat, and reduce coughing.
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Petitgrain 
Has a fresh, woody, and citrusy-floral aroma. 
This essential oil comes from the leaves of the bitter orange tree. Induces relaxation in tissues, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels which can promote digestion and ease abdominal cramping and discomfort. 
Safe
Inhalation and can be applied topically
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Sandalwood 
Has an exotic, soft, woody scent. 
Is very useful in skin care to moisturize dry, chapped, or cracked skin, soothe irritation, and improve tone and complexion. 
Safe
Do not use
Do not use
Spearmint 
Has a sweet minty-fresh aroma.
It is restorative and invigorating, can help relieve stress and nervous tension, aid concentration, fight fatigue and jet lag. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Tea Tree
Has a fresh, spicy camphor scent that is cleansing and revitalizing.
It is most commonly used to prevent infection and speed healing of minor cuts, scrapes, burns, bug bites, rashes, and other wounds.
Safe
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Inhalation only, avoid topical application
Vanilla 
Has a rich, warm, sweet-vanilla aroma. 
Vanilla has sedative properties that can soothe inflammation and hyperactivity in respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and nervous systems. 
Do not use
Do not use
Do not use
Ylang Ylang Extra 
Has an intensely sweet exoticly floral fragrance. 
A sensual and mentally exhilarating essential oil which inspires creativity and joyfulness, it has a very calming effect and may help with melancholy. 
Safe
Do not use
Do not use

Other Oils used in our beauty products:

Kalahari

  • Kalahari melon seed oil is a great choice for a natural facial cleanse. It helps unclog pores and removing excess sebum from the surface of your skin. Making skin look firmer and the appearance of wrinkles are often reduced. Full of antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E. Kalahari melon seed contains omega-6 and 9, these stimulate skin cell growth, prompting regeneration and giving skin a much plumper, fresher appearance.

Cacay

  • Cacay Oil increases skin’s hydration and helps it stay nourished in the summer heat and winter cold. It is easily absorbed into your pores. It’s long-lasting hydration benefits means you won’t just be moisturising for the day ahead, you’ll help keep your skin moisturised on a long term basis. It is a natural source of Vitamin A and E helping encourage skin cell production. It works as a simulator for collagen. Collagen is very important for the formation of new cells and in replacing dead skin cells. Cacay oils is knowned as a natural skin protector.

Argan

  • Argan oil is a vitamin E and fatty acid oil. When applied to your face or body, the oil may help protect against sun damage, hydrate skin, reduce signs of ageing, and even help control oily skin, may also prevent and treat stretch marks in their early stages.

Baobab

  • Baobab oil is known for its regenerative abilities. It is excellent for softening skin and helping heal any imperfections due to its antioxidants, vitamin A, B, and C, omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids. It also contains magnesium, potassium, and calcium.

Rosehip

  • Rosehip oil is bursting with vitamins A, C, D and E – antioxidants needed to keep skin youthful and healthy. Their natural anti-inflammatory effect helps protect the skin’s surface. The astringent properties in rosehip oil helps tighten your pores and brighten your skin. Rosehip is a good source of hydration it contains essential fatty acids, including linoleic and linolenic acid. Fatty acids help to keep cell walls strong so that they don’t lose water. 

Bathing with Essential Oils:
  • Apricot and Amber - moisturises, restores softness and suppleness to skin
  • Calendula and Thyme - for oily skin
  • Chamomile - aids in relief of aching muscles and nervousness
  • Clary Sage - as a pick me up and premenstrual tension
  • Geranium - for very dry or itchy skin, eczema and PMS
  • Eucalyptus - for respiratory problems
  • Jasmine - when you wish to feel luxurious
  • Lavender - dry skin, eczema, sprains, hot flashes, headaches, over work, insomnia
  • Lemon - good for hyperactive children
  • Orange - energiser
  • Rosemary - to get you going in the morning, a quick pick-me-up in the evening. Also good for aches and sore muscles.
  • Ylang Ylang - exfoliates and moisturizes the skin

My own blends:
Lime, Tea Tree and Eucalyptus
Ideal for: common cold, sinusitis, laryngitis and chronic bronchitis.
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Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lime, Basil, Mandarin and Clary Sage
Ideal for: nervous breakdown, low mood, anxiety and depression
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Lavender, Chamomile and Sandalwood
Ideal for: anxiety, stress, insomnia, nervousness and irritability

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Rosemary, Spearmint and Grapefruit
Ideal for: tiredness, nervous exhaustion, mental fatigue
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Cypress, Orange, Lime, Basil and Mandarin
Ideal for: PMS, hormonal imbalance
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Lemongrass, Lavender and Eucalyptus
Ideal for: headaches and tension headaches

*Essential oils and pregnancy

Avoid all essential oils until your 2nd trimester. Do not digest essential oils while pregnant. You shouldn't use essential oils in early pregnancy because they could potentially cause uterine contractions. Pregnant women should also avoid aromatherapy products and treatments in the first trimester, since essential oils are the key ingredients used in aromatherapy. 
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Essential Oils to Avoid During Pregnancy
  • Arnica (homeopathic is fine), Basil, Birch (sweet), Bitter almond, Boldo leaf, Broom, Buchu, Calamus, Camphor (brown or yellow), Cassia, Cedarwood/thuja, Chervil, Cinnamon, Clary sage, Clove (bud, leaf or stem), Coriander, Costus, Deertongue, Elecampane, Fennel, Horseradish, Hyssop, Jaborandi leaf, Juniper berry, Melilotus, Mugwort, Mustard, Nutmeg, Origanum, Parsley (large doses), Pennyroyal, Pine (dwarf), Rosemary, Rue, Sassafras, Savin, Savory (summer), Tansy, Thyme red (large doses), Tonka, Wintergreen, Wormwoo
**Essential Oils and Children:
Do not use essential oils on children younger than 6 months. When Essential Oils are introduced to the child’s environment, the area in which it is used should be an open area with easy access to fresh air. Essential Oils should be introduced one at a time in low doses in order to make it easy to spot the culprit in case of a potential allergic reaction. The correct variety of each Essential Oil should be used, as a variety could be safe for inhalation but unsafe for topical application, or vice versa. Any potential reactions are often experienced within the first 30 minutes of application, whether diffused or applied to the skin, but it is recommended to wait 24 hours before using the skin-tested oil in the preferred manner.
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Carrier oils that are considered safe for children:
  • Calendula Oil, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Sesame Oil, Mustard Oil, Almond Oil, Sunflower Oil

Dilution of essential oils is essential when applying them on children.
Before full, lavish application to a child’s skin, Essential Oils should always be diluted. A safe ratio is 1 drop of Essential Oil for 1.5 tablespoon (approx. 445 drops) of Carrier Oil. This equates to a dilution of approximately 0.25%, which will be mild and likely agreeable for children. 

***Essential Oils and Pets : 
Animals are extremely sensitive to smells so using really strong diffusers could become overwhelming. Cats’ livers cannot metabolise some of the compounds in essential oils. Therefore, they may be more susceptible to toxicity. Animals react and absorb the oils differently than humans do. Any oils being used on or around animals should be diluted by water or a carrier oil.

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Keep away from:

For dogs:

  • Clove, Garlic, Juniper, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Thyme, Wintergreen
For cats
  • Cassia, Cinnamon, Citrus, Clove, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Lavender, Peppermint, Spruce, Tea Tree, Thyme 

When Essential Oils are introduced to the pet's environment, the area in which it is used should be an open area with easy access to fresh air. Essential Oils should be introduced one at a time in low doses in order to make it easy to spot the culprit in case of a potential allergic reaction. The correct variety of each Essential Oil should be used, as a variety could be safe for inhalation but unsafe for topical application, or vice versa. Any potential reactions are often experienced within the first 30 minutes of application, whether diffused or applied to the skin, but it is recommended to wait 24 hours before using the skin-tested oil in the preferred manner.

CAUTION: 

  • Always do a patch test before applying anything to larger areas of your skin.
  • Many essential oils are toxic and shouldn’t be taken by mouth unless under the specific care of a healthcare professional.
  • Buy “pure” essential oils. There are all kinds of knock-off versions and perfume oils that don’t contain the same benefits.
  • Essential oils can be irritating to the skin and mucous membranes and is best used via inhalation. If applied topically it should be diluted to no more than 1% and first tested on a small patch of skin.
  • If an essential oil is ingested please call you doctor or vet as soon as possible.
  • I have a variety of oils not the ones only mentioned above 
  • Persons with nut or seed allergies should not use oils derived from seeds, nuts, or kernels.