Aromatherapy & Herbs
Curious about essential oils and know everyone is talking about them but don’t know where to start or if they'll even work for you?
The use of herbs, essential oils and various aromatherapy practices have been around for many, many years. The use of these little powerhouses in varying capacities like natural remedies, skin care, teas, tinctures and many more by past generations are a gift.
Maybe you love essential oils already and the idea of making wonderful blends for your home or family but really who has the time or all the supplies!
That's where we come in!
We’ve been blending, creating aromatherapy products, teaching and consulting for years. Making our clients feel and look their best is what we do. Our mission is simple: Use pure, high quality essential oils and ingredients, make our products in small batches with no junky fillers, parabens or other ingredients that could potentially be toxic or harmful, use safe blending practices and always strive for efficacy in our creations. We want the best for our family and we pass that same standard onto you.
We've put a little of our heart and soul into these bottles and want you to love them as much as we do so be sure to ask us for help if you aren't sure what blend you might enjoy most, after all we are here to help. Let the beauty of Aromatherapy shine a little light and love on your day!
Create Your Own Custom Blend
Work with us to create the perfect blend just for you! Essential oils can be as unique as you are so there is no need to settle. We can work to create a product that meets your specific desires and gives you the boost you're looking for. It's your time, no need to wait, make your health and wellness a priority!
What is Aromatherapy
"It was the French perfumer and chemist, Rene- Maurice Gattefosse, who coined the term “aromatherapie” in 1937 with his publication of a book by that name. His book “Gattefosse’s Aromatherapy” contains early clinical findings for utilizing essential oils for a range of physiological ailments. It seems vital to understand what Gattefosse’s intention for coining the word was, as he clearly meant to distinguish the medicinal application of essential oils from their perfumery applications.