Pure essential oils should not be used directly on the skin. Always dilute essential oils with a Carrier before applying.
Peppermint Essential Oil
The peppermint plant is a hybrid of water mint and spearmint and was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753. Frequently used in toothpaste and chewing gum for oral hygiene, Peppermint oil also helps alleviate occasional stomach upset and promotes healthy respiratory function when taken internally.
Clary Sage Essential Oil
Sage is a biennial or perennial herb that grows up to six feet in height. Sage oil is known for its calming properties and benefits to the skin. The main chemical component of Sage is linalyl acetate, part of the esters group, making it one of the most relaxing, soothing, and balancing essential oils. In the Middle Ages, the Clary Sage plant was frequently used to soothe skin. Inhaling Clary Sage essential oil adds to a relaxing environment.
Cedarwood Essential Oil
Known for its rich hue and warm, woody scent, Cedarwood essential oil provides myriad benefits. It is native to cold climates, thriving in high altitudes and growing up to 100 feet. Reminiscent of its size and strength, Cedarwood oil has a grounding aroma. When applied topically, Cedarwood essential oil has clarifying properties and is frequently used in massage therapy.