Safety precautions when using essential oils

Safety precautions when using essential oils

Although our essential oils are all natural and distilled from leaves, barks, seeds or flowers, they are very concentrated. As such, caution is in order before using them.
  • For external use only
  • Do not use undiluted
  • Stop using if you experience a reaction
  • Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or under medical supervision Not suitable for young children
  • Avoid the use of citrus oil (lemon, bergamot, mandarin) on your skin before an exposure
  • to the sun.
  • Close the safety cap after use and store
  • in a cool environment


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