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Essential Oil Starter Kit

$84.95

100% Pure Essential Oil Starter Kit 6-Pieces
100% Pure Essential Oil Starter Kit 6-Pieces
100% Pure Essential Oil Starter 10 Piece Kit


Essential Oil Starter Kit

$84.95

Basic 6-Piece or 10-Piece Beginner Set with 100% Pure Essential Oils

Skin irritations, sore and achy muscles, bad smells, or just a bad mood, no matter what the complaint - there's an essential oil that can help.

With an endless assortment of oils and uses, a budding aromatherapist can get a bit overwhelmed. To get you started, we’ve hand selected up to 10 of the most universally popular and versatile essential oils.

Perfect to blend together or use solo, these oils will quickly become a part of your daily routine. Use the guidance from thousands of years of research into the properties of essential oils or be adventurous and formulate your own holistic remedies. The options are yours to discover!

6 Pack of Essential Oils includes:

  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Lavender Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Lemon Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Peppermint Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Rosemary Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Tea Tree Essential Oil (0.4 oz.) 

10 Pack of Essential Oils includes:

  • All 6 Above, Plus..
  • Orange Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Geranium Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)
  • Patchouli Essential Oil (0.4 oz.)

Features & Benefits

  • Both options contain pure and natural, undiluted, aromatherapy-grade oils
  • Selected oils suited for a variety of holistic and household uses
  • Use with an aromatherapy diffuser to fill the room with a pleasant aroma and breathe in the oil's beneficial properties
  • Mix oils with carrier oils or unscented cosmetics for topical use
  • Safe to use in the bath
  • Supports healthy mind, body and spirit

For more information about the benefits and uses of essential oils click here to read our blog.

Basic 6-Piece Set 

Eucalyptus Essential Oil (For Deep Breathing)

Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil is often associated with colds and flu because of its camphor-like aroma. You smell it and immediately want to take a deep breath. A welcomed oil to keep handy during allergy season and anytime you want to clean up the house. 

Caution: Do not use in strong concentrations.
Not suitable for use on babies under 6 months old. 

Lavender Essential Oil (For Everything)

Lavender is known as a universal oil, good for its wide range of beneficial uses. Extremely soothing and calming, apply to burns, breathe deeply to relax, use in household products such as linens, as a natural insect repellent, and on and on.

Note: Safe to use directly on the skin. Suitable for all ages from newborns to the very elderly.

Lemon Essential Oil (Fresh & Clean)

From an ingredient in household cleaning spray to a purifying facial toner, this versatile oil is fresh and light! Mix this oil with water, baking soda, or vinegar for cleaning bathrooms and kitchens. Sprinkle on your air conditioning filter to scent your house.

Caution: Do not apply directly to your skin, especially when you will be out in the sun. This oil can be an irritant, so patch test. Always dilute with a carrier, such as our Safflower Oil.
Children under 12 should avoid this oil.

Peppermint Essential Oil (an Invigorating Pick Me Up)

Stimulating and cooling, peppermint is a perfect pick-me-up. Apply to palms of hands, rub and breathe deeply. Peppermint is also known as a great option to soothe a variety of aches and pains. 

Caution: May be applied directly to skin when diluted with a carrier oil but patch testing is recommended. Avoid eye area, fumes are strong.
Not for children under 6.  

Rosemary Essential Oil (for Clarity)

This oil is a mental stimulant, good for waking you up in the morning or for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Rub a couple of drops between palms of hands, breathe deeply. Great for clearing the mind and concentration. One of the best oils to use on the head and scalp.

Caution: Spot test if using directly on the skin. Always dilute with a carrier oil for topical use.
Children under 6 should avoid this oil. 

Tea Tree Essential Oil (for Purification)

Tea Tree is a mainstay in holistic practices and every day use. Native to Australia, the plant was introduced to the world by Captain Cook in 1770. The Aborigines used the crushed leaves as a poultice for infected wounds and skin problems. A great addition to your home first aid kit.

Note:
Safe to use directly on the skin. Suitable for all ages from newborns to the very elderly.

10-Piece Set Add-Ons

Orange Essential Oil (for a Boost of Happy)

Our lively Orange Essential Oil is sweet and uplifting. Like all of the citrus oils it's fresh, energizing scent and purifying properties make it a great oil to use in DIY household cleansers.

Those with oily and acne-prone skin enjoy adding a few drops to this oil to unscented skin care products to promote a balanced, less greasy appearance.

Caution: Do not apply directly to your skin, especially when you will be out in the sun. This oil can be an irritant, so patch test. Always dilute with a carrier, such as our Safflower Oil.

Geranium Essential Oil (for Harmony)

Geranium shares many properties with the precious, and much more expensive, Rose Essential Oil. Balance is the biggest benefit of geranium oil. Use Geranium oil to comfort the skin and to promote a calm, harmonious emotional state.

Geranium also has many properties that support females, especially the symptoms associated with hormone imbalance. 

Caution: Spot test if using directly on the skin. Always dilute with a carrier oil for topical use.

Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil (for Fragrant Blending)

Soft and fragrant this is a popular evergreen oil that mixes well with many other essential oils to develop beautiful complex aromas. 

Native Americans in the Southwest used Cedarwood oil on skin rashes. Now it is often used as a natural ingredient in insect repellents. You'll love all the great uses of this versatile oil.

Caution: Spot test if using directly on the skin. Always dilute with a carrier oil for topical use.
Women should avoid use during pregnancy.

Patchouli Essential Oil (for Grounding)

With it's distinctive warm, earthy and slightly exotic fragrance, Patchouli is one of the most distinctive oils in aromatherapy.

Not just for old hippies, Patchouli offers any properties to benefit the skin and hair, and promote a stable, grounded feeling for the mind and spirit.

Caution: Spot test if using directly on the skin. Always dilute with a carrier oil for topical use.
Women should avoid use during pregnancy.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

  • Add a few drops to a diffuser or a hot bowl of water and breathe deeply when feeling stopped up from cold, flu or sinus.
  • Eucalyptus is an excellent ingredient in an insect repellent blend.
  • Mix 15 drops in 2oz carrier oil (Safflower, Sunflower or Massage Oil Simple) and massage into lower back, solar plexus top of hands for an energy pick-me-up.
  • To "clear the air" after conflict or arguments, spray the space with 15 drops of Eucalyptus in 2 oz water in spray bottle.

Lavender Essential Oil

  • Lavender essential oil is a perfect replacement for chemical insect repellents.
  • Use a few drops of Lavender essential oil on your pillow at night before bed to calm the mind.
  • Add a few drops to skin care products to help calm the appearance and sensation of irritated skin.
  • Diffuse in a water-based diffuser or vaporizer to improve the scent of a room and encourage mental relaxation.
  • Combined with water, this oil is great as a kitchen and bathroom cleaner.
  • Try adding a few drops to your AC filter for a fresh, floral scent in your home.
  • Apply a few drops of Lavender essential oil to a burn or insect bite to reduce appearance of redness and discomfort.
Lemon Essential Oil
  • Use lemon essential oil to sharpen your mental focus by breathing in the aroma deeply.
  • Add a few drops to an unscented skin care product to improve appearance of acne, oily and congested skin.
  • Diffuse in a water-based diffuser or vaporizer to improve the scent of a room. Particularly effective against cigarette smoke.
  • Combined with water, this oil is great for use as a kitchen and bathroom cleaner.
  • Try adding a few drops to your AC filter for a clean, fresh scent in your home.
  • Once you dilute a few drops of the lemon essential oil with a carrier oil, such as safflower oil, apply the mixture on bug and insect bites.
Peppermint Essential Oil
  • Stimulates the mind and adds a pep to your step when you breathe in deeply
  • Improves the appearance of skin conditions such as acne, dermatitis and ringworm
  • Can be used in aromatherapy diffusers to promote positivity and enhance mood
  • Natural insect repellent
  • Good for temporary relief of sore muscles, while leaving a feeling of tingly, coolness on the skin.
Rosemary Essential Oil
  • For healthy-looking hair mix equal parts Rosemary oil and Jojoba oil with a little Basil oil. Brush through hair each night from scalp to the ends.
  • Add a few drops to skin care products to help improve the appearance dull, tired-looking skin.
  • Diffuse in a water-based diffuser or vaporizer to improve the scent of a room, purify spaces, encourage mental clarity and banish forgetfulness.
  • Add 10-15 drops Rosemary oil to a warm, soothing bath. Relax and soak sore muscles.
  • Skip your afternoon coffee and apply a few drops of Rosemary and Peppermint oil with a carrier oil (such as Safflower, Sunflower or Jojoba) and rub on neck and shoulders for a natural pick-me-up.
  • Try breathing in Rosemary deeply to encourage creativity and inspiration.
  • Place a cloth with a few drops of Rosemary in drawers to keep moths and vermin away. Plus your clothes will smell great.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

  • Have a blemish, apply 1 drop directly on the blemish 3-4 times per day.
  • Mix 15 drops in 2 oz of water and put in spray bottle. Spray down bathroom and kitchen counters. If you don't like the smell, add a little Lavender essential oil.
  • Great for hot spots on pets. But be warned, they probably won't like the smell and will run the other way.
  • Apply a drop to insect bites to take the "sting" out.
  • Tea Tree is an excellent addition to your home first aid kit.

Orange Essential Oil 

  • Add a few drops to a vinegar and water mixture to a spray bottle and use to clean surfaces. 
  • Breathe in the aroma deeply to improve your mood and energize your mind.
  • Diffuse through a diffuser or vaporizer to freshen up the scent in the room.
  • Add to unscented skin care products to help balance and refresh oily and acne skin's appearance.
  • To disperse a sweet, citrusy, floral aroma in your room, add a few drops to your air conditioner filter.

Geranium Essential Oil 

  • Improve the appearance of dry/mature skin with a few drops Geranium mixed into an unscented face and body cream. Apply each night before bed.
  • Great for balance. Mix a few drops into a carrier oil, such as Jojoba, and apply nightly to improve the appearance of oily, congested skin.
  • For healthy-looking hair, mix in a few drops in with your shampoo or conditioner. Great for oily and dry hair types.
  • Add to water diffuser or vaporizer to enjoy the sweet floral scent and release feelings of tension or stress.
  • Inhale a few drops on a cotton ball to lift the spirits.
  • Good choice to replace chemical insect repellents.

Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil 

  • Mix into shampoos and skin care products to help with the appearance of dry, flaky scalp, greasy hair, oily skin, dry skin and other skin and scalp irritations.
  • Replace traditional, chemical-heavy insect repellants with Cedarwood Texas. Like a clothes closet lined in cedar, the oil has properties that are unattractive to some pests.
  • You will notice that this oil is often used to fragrance cosmetics, soaps, and perfumes. Try it in a men's cologne!
  • Soothing and relaxing, this oil is great for massage, diffusing, and as a bath oil.
  • Cedarwood Texas is a natural deodorizer, perfect for use in the home as an ingredient in a natural cleanser and room spray.

Patchouli Essential Oil

  • Add a few drops of Patchouli oil to a diffuser and inhale deeply to help stabilize and uplift the mind.
  • Combine a few drops of Patchouli and Peppermint with a carrier oil (such as Safflower) and apply to forehead, temples, and back of the neck to refresh and improve your mood.
  • When added to skin care products, Patchouli Essential Oil helps to improve the appearance of scars and blemishes in acne-prone skin, and hydrates mature skin, improving the appearance of visible lines and wrinkles.
  • Patchouli Essential Oil is an effective insect repellent, especially for moths.
    This oil is known as an aphrodisiac.
  • For meditation blends, Patchouli is a must.

All Source Vitál Apothecary essential oils are 100% pure and natural. They are free of any harsh and harmful chemicals, pesticides, synthetic perfumes, or fillers.

Cautions
  • Please consult individual product labels for any usage restrictions.
  • Any person with a history of plant or food allergies should read ingredients before using.
  • Do not apply essential oils direct to skin (except Lavender or Tea Tree). Dilute in a carrier oil or unscented cream/lotion.
  • If you are pregnant, epileptic, have cancer, have liver issues, or any other serious illness, we strongly suggest you consult a medical professional prior to using essential oils.
  • For external use.
  • Always keep essential oils out of reach of children.
  • Keep this oil tightly closed and in room temperature or cooler spot.
Additional Safety Information

DISCLAIMER:

All of our essential oils are 100% natural and free of any chemicals, pesticides and synthetic perfumes.

These products are NOT intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. This information is NOT a substitute for professional medical treatment or consultation. Prior to using essential oils, Source Vitál always recommends consulting your medical professional if you are pregnant, epileptic, have cancer, have liver issues, or any other serious illness. Do NOT ingest essential oils internally or apply undiluted oils onto the skin without consultation from an experienced and trained aromatherapist or aromatherapy practitioner. Always consult an aromatherapist before using essential oils for babies and children.

Keep all oils tightly closed and cool. Always keep out of reach of children.

The information provided on this web site is compiled from common knowledge and is intended for your general knowledge only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.