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Organic essential oils

Our range of Organic Essential Oils PurePure

Our essential oils are derived from distillation on low temperature and water vapor.
The plants are rigorously selected and come from organic farming. They are all chemotyped * and this preparatory work is done meticulously which guarantees you a high quality oil with the desired effectiveness.

The aromatic biochemistry of an EO can vary depending on the region’s sunshine and soil, which explains why you will find an oil with different names such as Lavender, Lavender Aspic and Lavandin. These 3 essential oils come from different plants and have different functions. For example, the organic essential oil of Lavender officinale will have a different chemotype by manufacturing batch according to the origin of the plant. We can supply you, on simple demand, the chemotype for an essential oil marketed on our organic online store.

Contact us for a more personalized advice!

*  identification of its chemical type for the same plant

How to use our organic essential oils

Use essential oils through massage

Before use, test a drop of the essential oil you want to use on the inner fold of your elbow. Let the product work for 24h-48h to make sure you do not have any allergy.
Do not use pure on the skin, always dilute with vegetable oil.

Do you want to share a nice and relaxing moment? Create your own massage oil with our organic essential oils and plant oils PurePure.

Here are some tips:

Mix 10 drops of Lavandin EO – 10 drops of Mandarin EO in Sweet Almond or Jojoba Organic plant oil. Massage gently!

These dosages are given as an indication and may vary from one essential oil to another.

Use essential oils in diffusion

To sanitise your livingspace and diffuse a nice aroma, choose our plug in socket diffuser.

Put 5 drops of Scotch Pine EO – 5 drops of Juniper EO – 5 drops of Lavender EO in your diffuser and  let diffuse for 1/2 hour.

To “decontaminate”  the space opt for our vaporising diffuser for essential oils

Put 3 drops of Scotch Pine EO – 3 drops of Ravintsara EO in your diffuser and let diffuse for 1/2 hour.

These dosages are given as an indication and may vary from one essential oil to another.

Use essential oils for inhalation

There are several methods to relieve flu, stuffy nose, congested bronchi etc … Follow our tips below:

Pour 2 to 3 drops of Eucalyptus EO or Scots Pine EO or Thyme EO into a bowl of hot water, cover your head with a towel. Then breathe in  the steam for about ten minutes.

You can also use our inhalers or put a few drops of your favorite essential oil (ex. Ravintsara) on a handkerchief and breathe in a few times a day (5 to 10 times) depending on the indication.

In addition, a few drops on your pillow associated with one of the methods metionned above will optimize the results.

These dosages are given as an indication and may vary from one essential oil to another.

Use essential oils in your bath

Essential oils are insoluble in water. We advise you to mix them with milk powder (1 tablespoon), fresh milk (1 tablespoon) or honey to dilute them.

Just enjoy all the benefits of a warm bath: relaxation, soothing … Mix 5 to 10 drops of Lavender EO in milkpowder, milk or honey and incorporate them in a bath at 38 ° C.

These tips are for adults.

These dosages are given as an indication and may vary from one essential oil to another.

Essential oils taken orally

We invite you to consult your aromatherapist or GP.

Discover other tips on how to use essential oils by purchasing the book “My Bible of essential oils” Danièle Festy.

Build your first aid kit of organic essential oils in our online store

Toothache: Clove essential oil

Mosquito bites: Lavender Aspic essential oil

Influenza-like states: Ravintsara essential oil

Cold: Eucalyptus essential oil

Facial care: Geranium Rosat essential oil

Muscular Pains: Wintergreen essential Oil

Sinusitis, otitis: Niaouli essential oil

Headache, migraine: Peppermint essential oil

We have gathered on this page our advice on the use of essential oils. Indeed, for regulatory reasons, this information can not be mentioned on the shop page.