*Improper use of essential oils may cause harm including allergic reactions , inflammation and skin irritation, and children may be particularly susceptible to the toxic effects of improper use*
60ml bottle with pipette.
An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile (easily evaporated at normal temperatures) chemical compounds from plants. Essential oils are generally extracted by distillation, often by using steam. Essential oils should not be confused with perfume, fragrance, etc. as the latter usually include pure chemical components whereas essential oils are derived from plants.
***PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN***
The following advice is aimed at adults. There’s so much you can do with chamomile oil:
Spray it: Create a mixture that contains 10 to 15 drops of chamomile oil per 30ml of water, pour it into a spray bottle.
Diffuse it: Place some drops in a diffuser to freshen up the air.
Massage it: Dilute 5 drops of chamomile oil with coconut oil oil and gently massage into the skin.
Bathe in it: Add 4 to 6 drops of chamomile oil in a warm bath and relax 10 minutes to allow the aroma to work.
Apply it: make a chamomile compress by soaking a cloth or towel in warm water and then adding 1 to 2 drops of diluted oil to it before applying.
Tea tree oil usually has quite a potent herbal smell, which is not for everyone. Customer often choose to put a couple of drops in their nappy buckets. Tea Tree oil has been used throughout history for many reasons due to beliefs of it having antibacterial properties. More typically these days, tea tree essential oil is used for things including skin problems and dandruff. However, as with many herbal remedies, most of these claimed benefits are not backed by strong scientific evidence yet.
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