5 of the Best Essential Oils and What They Do 2023

Whether it’s for the sake of smelling good or helping us sleep, we’re pretty obsessed with essential oils and use them for just about everything. As a quick little refresher, essential oils are concentrated extracts derived from plants that are most commonly used in aromatherapy. And while there are *plenty* of essential oils out there worth adding to your arsenal, today we’re spilling on 5 of the best essential oils that everyone should have on deck.


Lemon peel oil is one of the best essential oils to have on hand, as it can be used for so many purposes, from a natural teeth whitener, household cleaner and laundry freshener, to a mood booster and nausea reliever. You’ll find it in our Dreaming Aromatherapy Oil Roll-On, the perfect way to unwind and relax.


Peppermint oil has a wide variety of uses. For example, it can be used as a treatment for a variety of conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), nausea, and other digestive issues, as well as the common cold and headaches. It’s included in our Purify Aromatherapy Roll-On and imparts a refreshing and cleansing aroma to keep you feeling healthy and fresh.


Rose geranium oil is extracted from the leaves and stem of the rose geranium plant. Some people take rose geranium oil for nerve pain, depression, and, er, bowel issues. You’ll find this botanical beauty in Calm Aromatherapy Roll-On. We harvested the highest grade rose geranium from Egypt and put it into this bottle of tranquillity to help you feel inspired to take a moment for yourself to be soothed with the fresh floral aroma.


This citrusy wonder oil is produced by cells within the rind of an orange fruit. Its benefits range from lifting mood and reducing stress to adding a fresh, citrusy aroma to a room. We included it in our Uplifting Aromatherapy Roll-On to provide emotionally energising and invigorating properties, and as the name suggests, an uplifting aroma.


Patchouli oil comes from the leaves of the patchouli plant (not as hippy as you think!). It's often used for things such as skin conditions, relieving stress, or controlling appetite. Its fragrant properties can be found in Let Go Aromatherapy Roll-Onencouraging you to surrender to its beauty and release any negative emotions.

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