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Ex-ESSENCE Essential Oil 25ML - Blue Series

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Quantity: 25ML

Selected from the best yield of spices, flora, tree extracts and nature, our finest collection of oils and accessories for your home to enlighten your senses. These Essential Oils are best suited to air your home with its aroma to relieve your anxiety, stress and refresh you with its mesmerising notes.


Essential oils should not be used with animals, as they possess extreme hepatotoxicity and dermal toxicity for animals. Some essential oils, including many of the citrus peel oils, are photosensitizers, increasing the skin's vulnerability to sunlight.

Industrial users of essential oils should consult the safety data sheets (SDS) to determine the hazards and handling requirements of particular oils. Even certain therapeutic grade oils can pose potential threats to individuals with epilepsy or pregnant women.

Exposure to essential oils may cause a contact dermatitis. Essential oils can be aggressive toward rubbers and plastics.

The use of essential oils in pregnancy is not recommended due to inadequate published evidence to demonstrate evidence of safety. Pregnant women often report an abnormal sensitivity to smells and taste, essential oils can cause irritation and nausea.

Estrogenic and antiandrogenic activity have been reported by in vitro study of tea tree oil and lavender essential oils.

There is some concern about pesticide residues in essential oils, particularly those used therapeutically. For this reason, many practitioners of aromatherapy buy organically produced oils.

Essential oils are used extensively as GRAS flavoring agents in foods, beverages and confectioneries according to strict Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and flavorist standards. Therapeutic grade essential oils are generally safe for human consumption in small amounts.

The flash point of each essential oil is different. Many of the common essential oils, such as tea tree, lavender, and citrus oils, are classed as a Class 3 Flammable Liquid, as they have a flash point of 50–60 °C.