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​​​​​10 OPTIONS to choose from in this size. Divine Essence offers a natural alternative to traditional health remedies for those who seek wholesome, chemical-free products that work naturally. The company uses raw materials that are sourced in accordance with eco-friendly, sustainable development principles.


  • Tea Tree essential oil is used as a germicide antiseptic to relieve minor skin irritations and abrasions.
  • Citrus Supreme essential oils synergy is used in aromatherapy for relieving symptoms associated to mild anxiety, nervousness and insomnia.
  • Peppermint essential oil is traditionally used in phytotherapy to help relieve nausea and vomiting.
  • Eucalyptus Blue Gum essential oil is used in aromatherapy to soothe respiratory discomfort.
  • Lavender Hybrid Super essential oil is used in aromatherapy to calm nerves as well as to help relieve headaches.
  • Nordika Forest essential oils blend is used in aromatherapy as a nerve tonic.
  • Breathe Prana essential oils blend is used in aromatherapy to help relieve colds and cough.
  • Zen Meditation essential oils blend is used in aromatherapy as a nerve tonic.The Zen Meditation essential oils blend is used in aromatherapy as a nerve tonic.
  • Argan Organic oil prevents and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. Nourishes and improves skin elasticity. Fortifies nails and hair. 
  • Organic Neem oil is recommended for skin care only. Contains 85% neem oil and 15% olive oil to keep the product liquid. Rebalances sebum and purifies problem skin. Soothes dryness and improves skin texture.

Divine Essence Essential Oils: 30ml

PriceFrom C$8.99

    • Virtually all Divine Essence® essential oils are certified organic by Ecocert.

      Diffuser: Diffused with a diffuser to clean or freshen the ambient air. Favour an electric pure steam diffuser or an ultrasonic cool mist diffuser, keep windows open, and do not use at bedtime. Choose essential oils with pleasant aromatic properties and avoid irritating or harsh oils such as cinnamon, clove, oregano, peppermint, anis, fennel, tarragon, etc.

      Topical: Applied topically after first conducting a patch test (see warnings). Always dilute essential oils in vegetable oil or a hydrating lotion base before applying on the skin. The concentration of essential oils should be 1-5% and in some cases, up to 10% at most. Some oils can be applied directly on the skin (e.g.: lavender, tea tree) but only in a small amount and on a very limited area of the body.

      Bath: Dilute 5 to 20 drops of essential oils in an emulsion (emulsifier/dispersant) solution or in a neutral bubble bath or milk bath. Never put pure essential oils in your bath, as they are not water soluble (due to their density, they rise to the surface).

      Massage: Simple or combined (complex) essential oils must be diluted in vegetable oil (e.g. jojoba or sweet almond oil) before the massage. A concentration of 1-5% of essential oil is generally recommended.

      DIY: When making your own natural products with essential oils (cosmetics, shampoos, cleaning products, etc.). For cosmetic use, a concentration of 1-3% is generally recommended. Use up to 6 drops of essential oils per 10 ml of cosmetic products. Do not heat the essential oils; add them at the end. Essential oils are not fats per se as they do not contain lipids. They can only be combined with fatty substances such as vegetable oil, a hydrating lotion or vegetable butter.


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