Radha Beauty Aromatherapy Top 6 Essential Oils 100% Pure & Therapeutic grade
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- TOP 6 AROMATHERAPY SET: Contains the following therapeutic essential oils: Lavender, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Lemongrass, Sweet Orange.
- PERFECT GIFT SET: Uses: Aromatherapy, Custom Massage and Body Oils, Vaporizers, Diffusers, Oil Burners, Inhalation, Perfume, Blends, Spa and Home Care, Cleaning Products. For external use only.
- 100% PURE: No additives, fillers, bases or carriers added.
- For external use only, unless otherwise recommended by your doctor, naturopath, or aromatherapist.
- RISK-FREE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - If you are not completely satisfied, simply contact us and we will give you a full refund, no questions asked!
Customer Questions & Answers
By Jez on February 17, 2016
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By Radha Beauty Products on February 6, 2016
The only true way of testing an essential oil is in a lab. But there are some things you can do at home to get an idea of the quality. Since these tests aren't fool proof or 100% accurate, I always take the results with a grain of salt. The first thing I always do is the “paper test.” If you're not familiar with the paper test; you want to put a drop of the essential oil on a white index card. It's said “pure, undiluted, therapeutic” essential oils will completely evaporate over night, leaving no oil ring behind. But again, there are exceptions. Since the paper test only tells part of the story, you want to check some other things as well. For example, if you put a drop of the essential oil between your fingers, it shouldn't “feel” greasy. It should feel the opposite of what a carrier oil, like Jojoba oil for example, feels like. You also want to get familiar with the smell. A good essential oil shouldn't smell “rancid” or have a strong smell of alcohol. Keep in mind though, everyone has a different interpretation of what smells good and what doesn't. Just because you don't like a smell doesn't mean the product is bad. When smelling essential oils you shouldn't be overwhelmed and it shouldn't make you feel sick or fell like you are getting a headache.
* Peppermint – As you can see from the picture, this passed the paper test without any problems.Read more ›
None of my bottles leaked at all and they arrived in perfect condition. The bottles themselves are dark glass, which is important because that dark coloring helps to preserve the integrity and freshness of the oils. It protects them.
The oils themselves all seem to be of very good quality. The scents, color and texture are exactly what they should be and what I expect when I purchase my EO's. This includes bottles of Orange, Lavender, Tea Tree, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus and Peppermint. I'm really pleased with them and highly recommend these!!!
Ways and reasons that I personally use these particular essential oils:
Orange: I absolutely love this scent - it smells just like fresh cut oranges!!! I diffuse this in the diffusers throughout my house either alone or in a blend. I use this in my homemade cleaners. I scent my wool dryerballs with this. I spritz some on my mattress when I am cleaning the sheets to freshen it up.
Lavender: This is our go-to essential oil if we get bug bites. As soon as we feel a bite begin to itch and swell up, I put a drop of it directly on the bite and rub it in. The itching stops within seconds and the swelling almost immediately starts to go down. I also use this in the diffuser either alone or in blends.
Tea Tree: I mix a few drops of this in with my shampoo to cure my itching scalp issues. It relieves the itch and reduces itching between showers. This also works as a natural disinfectant. We use this on wounds and also in homemade cleaning products.
Lemongrass: I love the scent of lemongrass almost as much as I love the scent of Orange EO. I often use it in the diffuser either alone or in a blend. I also use this in my homemade deodorant recipes and in homemade cleaners.
Eucalyptus: We make sure to have Eucalyptus EO on hand all the time, and use it whenever we have colds or sinus and respiratory issues. This is also a good one to diffuse (either alone or in a blend) when you want to wake up and be more alert.
Peppermint: Everyone knows the scent of peppermint. This is peppermint in a bottle. A little goes a long way with this. One time I used too much and my house smelled like a candy cane factory for about four days. This is excellent to diffuse either alone or in a blend. It's another good EO to use when you want to be more alert. I also use a couple of drops of this to flavor my homemade toothpaste. When I am nauseated, I put one or two drops under my tongue and the nausea disappears within a couple of minutes.
Full Disclosure: I was blessed to receive a free sample of this item for free in exchange for my testing, inspecting and reviewing it. I received no compensation for my review and always give my honest and unbiased opinion of each product. My words and the rating I provided are my own and are based on my own personal experience with this item. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in comments and I will do my best to answer them for you.
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