Iviur Nature Aromatherapy Oils Set
Do you use essential oils? I remember when I first started hearing about them, especially in my homeschool groups, and how folks loved them! But to get a starter set could be a substantial cost. I wish I had found a set like the Iviur Nature Aromatherapy Oils Set like this one, which includes 6 basic oils to get you started.
- Wonderful Aromatherapy Experience – IVIUR NATURE oils are 100% Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils. No additives, fillers, bases or carriers added.
- Nice idea for a gift – luxury package with TOP 6 100% pure essential oils
- Set includes 6 x 10 ml bottles of essential oils therapeutic grade (Eucalyptus, Lavender, Sweet Orange, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Tea Tree)
- All essential oils are packaged in dark amber glass bottle with euro style dropper cap.
I love that this set comes with a total of six essential oils; that’s a great variety to have on hand! And they fit very snugly in the box they arrive in, so it’s easy to pack them up and take them with you.
Each oil comes in a dark glass bottle with a tight fitting black cap and the colorful label tells the user clearly which oil is contained inside. Now, these aren’t approved for internal use, so I keep these on hand for natural beauty products, cleaning supplies, and aromatherapy in my cool mist humidifier.
Not only does each of these oils smell wonderful, they each have different uses and properties you should keep in mind when you use them.
Sweet Orange Oil: Can provide a lot of benefits to your health. It has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, and diuretic properties. It also promotes feelings of happiness and warmth when diffused into the air.
Peppermint Oil: This is wonderful for headaches! I add a few drops into almond oil and rub at the back of my neck and on my temples. It can also be massaged into sore muscles and provide a sense of calm if used in a diffuser.
Tea Tree Oil: Skin problem + Tea Tree Oil = Healing. Great when used against acne, dry skin, dandruff, mild burns, rashes, etc. It’s also known to help treat flea infestations and to keep your pets safe from ticks!
Lemongrass Oil: This makes a nice topical pain reliever when rubbed into the skin or muscle. I also love to use it in my diffuser as it’s a warm, tropical scent that lingers long after it’s turned off. It’s also helpful to use on your pets for a tick and flea repellent, plus it helps keep bugs away when applied to the skin.
Lavender Oil: A wonderful calming oil; my favorite is to use a drop or two in unscented lotion and rub into my skin after a bath or onto my child when they are getting ready for bed. It’s also useful to help ease the pain of bruises and scrapes (be sure to clean them gently first).
Eucalyptus Oil: This is one of my “go to” oils when anyone gets a cough, cold or sinus trouble. I will rub a few drops into the bottom of the feet and put on a pair of clean socks, or a drop onto the chest and massaged into the skin. It works wonders on congestion; even a few drops in a warm tub will help with congestion.
OK, so if you couldn’t tell, I love finding different uses for these basic oils. I call them “basic” or a starter kit because there are other more exotic oils or blends of several types of oils which can be wonderful but may be harder to purchase.
So whether you’re looking to start using them for aromatherapy or making your own cleaning or beauty products, or just want to keep them on hand for special projects, the Iviur Nature Aromatherapy Oils Set is a great place to start. Amazon is where I purchased my set from.
What essential oil is your favorite?
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