Rose

With a sweet and gentle affection, it will help you calm and open the heart, tame inflammation, and soothe rocky emotions.

Cassia

It’s from the Cinnamomum cassia plant and has a similar warm and spicy fragrance to the actual cinnamon. Unlike minty oils, it warms the body that can leave people feeling tranquil.

Lemon

It is mostly applied in the cleaning products because it can provide bright and comforting scent that makes everything feel fresher.

Orange

Its vitamin C provides tons of skin care benefits. A variety of beauty products use it because it can make skin appear brighter, smoother, and clearer.

Basil oil

With many topical and internal benefits, it’s both antiviral and anti-inflammatory, so work as a cold and flu remedy and muscle relaxer.

Lavender

It’s popular for its calming, floral aroma. It can provide a great support to relax and sleep.

Melaleuca

Also known as tea tree oil, it’s phenomenal for drying up the skin congestion and acne, and also antibacterial.

Grapefruit

This citrus fruit extract reduces any harmful bacteria and provides a fresh scent used in a diffuser.

Ylang ylang

This flowery, spicy oil has sweet aroma, and provides an aid in relaxation and a self-esteem builder.

Cedarwood

It brings sanity, clarity, and a sense of connection to the earth. It’s used in both facial and body oils, and even for fighting acne, treating eczema, and dandruff.

Frankincense

It provides skin benefits with earthy, grounding aroma, like the holiday season to you.

Peppermint

With a cooling, minty scent and a familiar sharpness, it offers an energizing aroma combining well with citrusy, spicy, and woodsy oils.

Spearmint

Like peppermint, it has quite similar cooling effect and can be used as an alternative.

 

Myrrh

It possesses a sappy-smelling that can well treat the skin issues by relieving acne and cracked skin, and may also even help treat the athlete’s foot.

 

Oregano

Its spicy effect provides antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal benefits that can well treat the athlete’s foot, bacterial infections, psoriasis, and warts.

 

Hyssop

It’s earthy, herbal, and sweet-scented essential oil applicable on the skin to minimize scarring and decrease inflammation.

 

Vetiver

It possesses a smoky, sugary scent that is often used in the tranquil aromatherapy to boost overall mood and calm nerves. Its antioxidant benefits help promote the skin health and heal scars.

 

Helichrysum

With a mix smell of honey and hay, it has antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Roman chamomile

With a mix of light floral and herbal aroma, it can put your mind at ease.

 

Arborvitae

Although it’s not well-known, it can emit a woody scent that can help repel bugs and reduces stress and promote a healthy, glowing complexion.

 

Sources

https://www.youngliving.com/blog/essential-oils-101-beginners-guide

https://www.kaleandcaramel.com/body-beauty/how-to-use-essential-oils-aromatherapy-101

https://www.healthline.com/health/essential-oils-find-the-right-one-for-you#Types-of-essential-oils

 

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