Essential Oil Blend: Breathe
Equilibrium Natural Collections

Essential Oil Blend: Breathe

定價 $145.00 $0.00 單價

Aromatherapy essential oil blend combines cedarwood atlas, peppermint, lemon, eucalyptus. 10mls

100% pure essential oils


There are so many ways to enjoy the beautiful aromas of pure essential oils so we have listed a few of the main methods that people use. It is important to remember that essential oils are highly concentrated and have to be diluted before use, which means they should not be taken or put directly onto the skin.

  1. Vaporising: This is the most common method, as the sense of smell is the first point of entry. Once the essential oils vapours are inhaled it can change moods and balance emotions straight away.
  2. Massage: Is one of the most powerful and effective methods, as the sense of touch is stimulating while the essential oils penetrate the body.
  3. Spritz: spritzing is a fantastic method, as the essential oils are released and dispersed into the air. Spritzing is ideal for your home, office and travel to refresh, revive and balance your senses.
  4. Bathing: Is a beautiful and nurturing method, which will engage all the senses; it will relax both mind and body as the pure essential oils enter the body.

There are so many ways to get the benefits of essential oils but these are our favourites.

BREATHE : Use when you need some relief from sinuses, allergies or cold & flu symptoms.


cedarwood atlas,  peppermint, lemon, eucalyptus.

 Weight: 0.05kg


Cedarwood Atlas essential oil:is soothing and encourages feelings of warmth. Cedarwood is a perfect oil to burn when you need to calm your nerves, are feeling angry or are suffering from anxiety.

Peppermint essential oil:has been known to help relieve symptoms of head aches and migraines.

Eucalyptus essential oil: can be burnt to treat respiratory problems including cold, cough, runny nose, sore throat, asthma, nasal congestion, bronchitis and sinusitis. To create a cooling and refreshing effect, it can remove exhaustion and mental sluggishness