Essential Oils

All essential oils are 100% pure, natural, concentrated oils. We do sell a handful of blends on the very expensive oils alongside the absolutes to make them a little more affordable and these are clearly marked ‘blend’ within the title, description and on the bottle. Ours may not be the cheapest essential oils you will find on line but we also supply these trade aroma therapists, chiropodists, shops, perfume manufacturers and other herbalists meaning we have to supply the best quality and freshest oils we can. As a result the cost can be a little higher than some of the cheaper brands but you are assured of the quality associated with Avena. Some essential oils you find in some (not all) health food stores and on the high street are so low in quality and full of adulterations, you would be shocked. Even essential oils labelled as pure are not always what they seem.

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Orange Essential Oil. (Citrus sinensis)
Orange essential oil is known as a very good uplifting oil and is great for the skin used in many oils and creams. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream it can bring a feeling of happiness and warmth to the mind, help with relaxation and help children to sleep at night. Orange oil can also boost the immune system, as well as been good for colds, flu, tension and stress. It is used in many skin remedies as a skin tonic but is great for mature skin easing wrinkles and revitalising. The therapeutic properties of orange oil include antiseptic, anti-..
Palmarosa Essential Oil. (Cymbopogon martini)
Palmarosa essential oil is well known for easing stress-related problems and nervousness, clearing the mind and giving an uplifting feeling. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream it is good for the digestive system and the skin, clearing infections, healing scars, smoothing wrinkles and hydrating the skin keeping it supple and elastic. Palmerosa is also well known as a natural remedy for athletes foot. The therapeutic properties of palmarosa oil include antiseptic, antiviral, bactericide, digestive, febrifuge and hydrating. Aroma: Sweet, light a..
Patchouli Essential Oil. (Pogostemon patchouli)
Patchouli essential oil has a wonderful long lasting and popular perfume that is reminiscent of the sixties and hippy eras. This super aroma lifts depression, eases anxiety and is reputed to be a good aphrodisiac. Even after being distilled, the harsh, translucent yellow oil must age to a syrupy brown before it develops a rich patchouli scent which then improves with age. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream patchouli is good for cellulite, water retention and cracked skin making it a popular ingredient in soaps, skin creams and acne or eczema ..
Peppermint Essential Oil. Mentha piperita.
Peppermint essential oil is a very widely used oil in aromatherapy. It is a lovely fresh and cooling oil, mixed with a carrier oil and rubbed onto temples is wonderful for migraines or headaches plus mental fatigue and depression. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream it is excellent for uplifting the mind and body, refreshing the spirit, stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. It also helps for apathy, shock, nervous stress and vertigo as well as colic, cramps, flatulence and nausea and can relieve pain in cases of toothache, ac..
Petitgrain Essential Oil. (Citrus aurantium)
Petitgrain essential oil produced by steam distillation of the leaves and twigs of the bitter orange (citrus aurantium). Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream petitgrain can help to calm anger and panic or soothe anxiety. Been such a relaxing oil it can even calm a rapid heartbeat and is good for insomnia. It is often used in blends for greasy skin but is also great for helping clear acne, scars and blemishes. The therapeutic properties of petitgrain oil include antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, anti-depressant, deodorant, sedative and nervine. Aroma:..
Pine Essential Oil. (Pinus sylvestris)
Pine essential oil comes from the Scotch pine which grows to a height of 130 feet or more in the northern forests of Europe. It's one of the hardiest pine trees and can thrive in long, bitterly cold winters. The tree is called Scotch pine because at one time it covered much of Scotland, where a few primeval stands of these impressive trees still remain today. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream pine oil is known relaxing and clearing the mind and body. It can be used for cuts, sores, rheumatism, arthritis, gout, muscular aches and pains and it..
Rose Damask Essential Oil. (Blend). 10% Rose Dilution In Jojoba
A blended dilution using 10% of pure Rose absolute essential oil blended in jojoba to make this wonderful oil more affordable. Use the blend in an oil burner, massage oil, cream, lotion or directly in the bath for great results and even though this is blended the 10% strength still guarantees a beautiful aroma. ..
Rose Damask Essential Oil. (Rosa damascena)
Absolute pure Rose Damask oil - Rose essential oil has always been an expensive and luxurious oil due to the difficulty extracting it from the plant. It can take 40 tons of rose petals to extract just 300g of this beautiful oil. Regardless of its price, the potency and incredible fragrance of even tiny amounts of rose absolute makes it a sound investment especially considering that a dozen fresh roses costs around £20.00 these days and it takes about three dozen roses to produce a single drop of oil. Used in an oil burner, a few drops in the bath or blended as a massage oil or cream rose oi..