Essential Oils

Wholesaving sell a wide range of pure, botanical essential oils. These essential oils are organic and contain no carrier oils. We guarantee a competitive price for each of our products.

Australian Sandalwood Essential Oil

Australian Sandalwood Essential Oil

Australian Sandalwood Oil is a sustainable alternative to the endangered Indian Mysore Sandalwood Oil. It promotes tranquillity and has been used in aromatherapy and meditation practices for generations. It is also reported to have anti-inflammatory, fungicidal and bactericidal properties. It is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. 


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Bergamot FCF

Bergamot FCF Essential Oil

Named after the Italian city of Bergamo in Lombardy where it was first sold, this essential oil was first used for its analgesic properties. It is now widely used in the perfumery and aromatherapy for its freshness and its uplifting aroma.

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Blue Cypress Essential Oil

The deep blue colour of this essential oil is due to the presence of guaiazulene, a rare, naturally occurring component in cypress wood. Indigenous Australians from northern Australia have used blue cypress oil for medicinal purposes and to repel mosquitoes. It also has reported anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial activity. It is now often used in aromatherapy to impart a calming and grounding feeling.  

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Blue Lotus Essential Oil

Traditionally used by the Egyptians and Indians, the blue lotus oil is a meditation aide and also an aphrodisiac, promoting euphoria and sexual desire. It is also reported to have anti-inflammatory properties and is said to assist with the healing of scars. 

Blue Lotus essential oil

Blue Tansy Essential Oil

The deep blue colour of this essential oil is due to the presence of chamazulene, a naturally occurring chemical in blue tansy. The oil is recognised for its skin-soothing benefits, soothing minor pains and ease muscle spasms. In aromatherapy, blue tansy essential oil promotes balance and calmness. 


Clary Sage Essential Oil

Traditionally, clary sage plants were used as a treatment for eye health. It is also credited with anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antidepressant properties. In aromatherapy, clary sage essential oil is becoming increasingly popular for its stress and anxiety-relieving effects. It also promotes restful sleep and meditative relaxation. It is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising.  

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Cocoa Essential Oil

Cocoa absolute oil is mainly used for its decadent scent in aromatherapy and cosmetic products. It has antioxidant properties which protects the skin from environmental damage. It promotes healing and inspires sensual creativity as a strong aphrodisiac. 


Damask Rose Essential Oil

As one of the most extensively used oils in perfumery, the Bulgarian Damask Rose oil has a traditionally calming and sensual aroma. It is a potent natural aphrodisiac. It is also prized for its ability to blend well with most other aromas, enhancing the fragrance of the composition. It is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. 


Eucalyptus Essential Oil

The blue gum eucalyptus essential oil has been used as a traditional remedy in Australia to treat respiratory ailments. It is also reported to have analgesic, antiseptic and anti-microbial properties. It can be applied topically as an insect repellent. In aromatherapy, it can be used to stimulate mental focus and relieve headaches. 


Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense has been used as an incense in India, China and the Catholic Church since antiquity. Its intoxicatingly smooth, relaxing aroma can be used during meditation o encourage reflection and introspection. It focuses the mind and imparts tranquillity. It is also reported to hap reduce minor pain and inflammation and helps clear respiratory congestion. It is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. 


Geranium Essential Oil

Apart from being used in perfumery for its fresh, slightly floral and citrusy scent, it has a calming effect and reduces stress and anxiety when used in aromatherapy. It is also traditionally used as a fungicide and for its anti-inflammatory properties. It blends well other citrusy, floral or woody essential oils. It is non-toxic and a non-irritant. 


Grapefruit Essential Oil

Grapefruit essential oil has an uplifting aroma which promotes positive energy. It creates a slightly euphoric feeling with its zesty and light scent. It is also believed to beautify the skin, restoring smoothness and suppleness to it. It is non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitising and non-phototoxic. It has a short shelf life and oxidises quickly. 


Green Mandarin Essential Oil

Green Tea Essential Oil

Green tea essential oil is used widely in cosmetics due to its anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. It is also reported to possess antioxidant, antibacterial and collagen synthesising properties. 

Helichrysum Essential Oil

Helichrysum oil has antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant properties, making it useful in skin care products. It is also reported to ease muscle tension and inflammation. The essential oil has a healing and balancing effect on the emotions when used in aromatherapy. 


Hyacinth Essential Oil

Besides having reported antiseptic effects, hyacinth essential oil is used for its mood-enhancing therapeutic effects. It can help alleviate anxiety and calm the nerves. This oil can also be used in skin care to soften and nourish the skin. 


Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine flowers are used commonly in spiritual traditions to bring healing, good fortune and protection. The flowers were also used during childbirth and labour to stimulate contractions while easing the pain. The scent of the essential oil is also an aphrodisiac and brings lightness and a happy disposition. 



Maori people of New Zealand have been using kanuka oil to heal muscle aches and skin irritation. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. When used in aromatherapy, it can calm the mind and help one sleep deeper.  


Lavender Essential Oil

Arguably the most commonly used essential oil, lavender essential oil is known for a multitude of varies properties. Its calming, relaxing and mood-enhancing effect makes it excellent for use in massage oils and for aromatherapy. Lavender oil has been reported to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic and skin healing properties. It is also a natural insect-repellent. 


Lemon Essential Oil

This Bergapten-free (FCF)  essential oil is suitable for use in aromatherapy and in skin care formulations. FCF (furanocoumarin-free) is used to indicate that photo-sensitising chemicals have been removed so make the product safe to use on the skin. In aromatherapy, this mood-enhancing essential oil can help focus the mind and increase mental alertness. 


Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass was traditionally utilised in Indian medicine to treat infectious illness and fever for its analgesic and antipyretic properties. It is also used to flavour food to this day, to impart a subtle lemony flavour. It is acts as a deodorant and a natural insect repellent. When used in aromatherapy, lemongrass essential oil can energise and boost the mood. It can also assist with enhancing concentration. 


Linden Essential Oil

Linden flowers were used primarily to make tea in European countries such as France, as a general relaxant. It is now sometimes used in high class perfumery for its rich, elegant and intoxicating aroma. In aromatherapy, it can help eliminate negative thoughts and encourage mental clarity. It can also help reduce anxiety and stress. 


Litsea Essential Oil

This non-toxic, non-irritant essential oil is used extensively in air fresheners, perfumes, skin car formulations and deodorants. It is useful in dealing with skin problems such as acne and general skin rejuvenation. It can also help boost concentration and mental clarity. 


Mandarin Essential Oil

Mandarin essential oil is an excellent addition to skin care products for its skin-softening effects. It is also reported to have antimicrobial properties. When used in a diffuser, mandarin essential oil can help ease cold and flu symptoms, especially nasal congestion. The aroma helps decrease stress and promotes a sound sleep. 


Melissa Essential Oil

Melissa, also known as lemon balm, is considered to be one of the most potent medicinal essential oils used in aromatherapy. It has an uplifting and pleasant aroma which encourages a restful sleep and provides comfort during stressful times. It is also believed to have antimicrobial and antifungal properties. When used in skin care products, it supports healthy and vibrant skin, soothing skin irritation. 


Neroli Essential Oil

Neroli essential oil is an excellent addition to skin care products for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. This has a toning and tightening effect on the skin. It is non-toxic, non-photosensitive and non-irritant. It is emotionally calming when used in aromatherapy. 



Nutmeg essential oil is popular for use in massage oils for its warming and anti-inflammatory properties which can also help ease muscle spasms and unwanted joint and muscle pain. It has skin soothing properties when infused in skin care products. In aromatherapy, nutmeg essential oil is used to promote emotional balance and well-being, easing worries. 



Sweet Orange Essential Oil has excellent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial properties. This makes it a beneficial component of skin care formulations, in particular for oily or acne prone skin. It can also be used in homecare products as a cleansing agent. It aroma has an uplifting and positivity-encouraging effect on the emotions. It is an overall mood enhancer. 



In skin care, patchouli essential oil can improve the texture of the skin, helping reduce acne, wrinkles and irritation. It is also an analgesic and can reduce minor pain and inflammation. In aromatherapy, patchouli essential oil is used for its uplifting effect, heightening the senses. This also makes it suitable to create a sensual environment, promoting physical and emotional connectivity. 



The main constituent of peppermint, Menthol, produces a potent, cooling effect on both skin when used in skin care products such as after sun lotions or other cooling creams. It can also help reduce inflammation or irritation caused by insect bites and has insect-repelling properties. In aromatherapy, it is used to stimulate the mind and improve concentration. 


Persian Lime 

Similar to other citrusy oils, Persian lime essential oil is beneficial for cleansing the skin, removing impurities and excess oils. It can be helpful in treating acne and improving the skin texture. Applied topically, it can also reduce skin irritation caused by insect bites. It has a refreshing and stimulating effect on the emotions when used in aromatherapy. 


Pink Lotus 

This exotic essential oil is used primarily in perfumery and aromatherapy due to its rich, elegant aroma. It is well known for its aphrodisiac properties and has a calming, soothing effect when used in massage oils. It is also believed to heighten spiritual growth and awareness when used during meditation. 


Rose De Mai 

The multilayered, complex fragrance of this essential oil has made it an invaluable addition to luxury perfumes for centuries. It adds depth and richness to any perfume. It is also believed to have anti-inflammatory and skin-restoring properties. Emotionally, rose de mai essential oil is comforting, uplifting and sensual. It is a potent aphrodisiac and can also help restore inner balance and promote a sound sleep. 



Rosemary oil can be used in a diffuser both for its energising and uplifting effect on the emotions and also to promote healthy respiratory function, reducing congestion. It is also believed to have analgesic, anti-inflammatory and skin-rejuvenating properties. Rosemary oil can also help improve sleep and reduce anxiety levels.



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