Sunday, 9 June 2013

What is the difference between 'Aromatherapy Oils' and 'Essential Oils'

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What is the difference between an 'aromatherapy oil' and 'essential oil'?

An 'aromatherapy oil' is usually a 2% dilution of an essential oil in 98% almond or grapeseed oil.


While 'essential oils' are the undiluted products that have been extracted from flowers, herbs, leaves, grasses, roots, woods, barks, spices, fruits or gum. 

Newcomers to aromatherapy experience a great deal of confusion over this because high street shops often sell 'aromatherapy oils' that do not inform clearly on the label precisely what is in the bottle. Therefore it is assumed to be an essential oil, when of course it is not. 

When you purchase essential oils from Mother Natures Goodies, you will be purchasing Superior quality Essential Oils. As a well established, specialist supplier, we always source good quality essential oils. We have Data Sheets available on all our essential oils, so if you require these then please just ask.

Why is quality so important?


It is vital that only the very finest quality essential oils are used at all times for full therapeutic value.  Cheaper, inferior quality essential oils deliver unpredictable results meaning ultimately you will have wasted your money.

Purchase your Essential Oils from Mother Natures Goodies. 

We also sell pre-mixed massage oils and natural skin care.

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