How To Use Essential Oils?

Usage on Skin

Essential oils are fat-soluble, meaning they are quickly absorbed by the skin. The most widely used way to enjoy essential oils is by applying them to your skin for absorption - although never directly on the skin, but always mixed and diluted with a carrier oil such as almond oil or apricot kernel oil. Because essential oils are so concentrated, they are effective in very low doses, although as low as 1 or 2% of their dilution they still have very profound effects on the body.

Using carrier oils slows down the rate of evaporation giving the essential oils more time to absorb into the skin and maximize benefits on the body.

Essential Oil Diffuser

The most popular way to use essential oils today, a diffuser can scatter small molecules of oil into the air in steam or fine mist. Using a diffuser means you can enjoy the benefits of essential oils in any room as you go on with your day. Apart from a diffuser, direct inhalation is the easiest way to enjoy essential oils. We also offer a new method of water-free nebulozer to enjoy your essential oil.

Essential Oil Nebulizer

a The essential oil nebulizer is a type of diffuser that sprays out essential oils and does not change the chemical composition of the noodles many essential.

What it does is breaking down oil molecules without splitting the mixture, which results in a particle size small enough for the lungs and body to absorb more quickly. No water or heat is used in this process which causes the nebulizer to provide a much more concentrated experience. The nebulizer has a shorter and stronger run time and covers a larger rectangular space.

Steam inhalation

Used to treat respiratory and skin infections. For a bowl of steaming hot water, add 2 to 3 drops of the essential oil of your choice, close your eyes and position your face at a comfortable distance from the water. Cover your head with a towel and breathe normally for up to 5 minutes.


Compresses tend to be used for muscle or joint pain but can also be used for gastrointestinal or respiratory complaints. Make a compress by adding up to 3 drops of essential oil to a medium bowl of water. Soak a small towel in water and wring out the excess water. Place the washcloth on the needed area and repeat while the compress is not hot for up to 10 minutes. For inflammation, sprains or strains can use cold water. Muscle aches and spasms and stiff joints respond well to warm / hot water.


good for infusing essential oils into your body is by diluting essential oils. Essential oils should be diluted as essential oils are highly concentrated substances and can cause skin irritation or other unwanted effects.


What could be more luxurious than a relaxing bath in water scented with essential oils? Essential oils do not mix with water, so always add your essential oil mix with an emulsifier before adding to bath water to ensure that essential oils mix well when added with an emulsifier. Emulsifiers are substances that combine essential oils with water, such as full-fat milk, coconut milk, carrier oil or honey. Add 8 drops of essential oil and emulsifier to your bath.

When soaking Hands or Feet

Add 3 drops of essential oil to a bowl / basin filled with warm water. Useful for treating skin infections, arthritis or poor circulation.