While many essential oils are made from flowers, there are other types of plants that can be used as well. Vetiver is an earthy, musky smelling grass that offers up its essential oil for a multitude of uses, not the least of which is as a simple natural perfume. It is used daily in many parts of India and is also an effective private label skincare ingredient and infection fighter.
The sweet and warming scent of Vanilla is a classic, loved by men, women, and children alike. This sensuous, sweet, and creamy elixir is extracted from the fruits of an exotic flower and brings equally exotic qualities to the blends it’s included in. While most widely used as an alcohol based extract for flavoring food, the essential oil of Vanilla is actually where most of its therapeutic and flavorful properties lie.
Sandalwood is a prime example of why essential oils are so fun and effective to use. Upon application, its euphoric sweetness simultaneously informs your brain chemistry via aromatherapy, heals your skin via its anti-inflammatory and regenerative compounds, and revs your hormonal system via its unique form of phyto-androgen. The result is an exotic tonic-perfume that literally makes you feel and look as good as you smell.
When most people think of Sage, they probably think of the practice of “smudging”, where the smoke of the plant is used to purify a room. While this is no doubt a fun and potentially meaningful use of Sage, the essential oil offers us other uses that yield beautiful results thanks to the potent phyto-chemistry of this plant. Whether you’re interested in skin care, immune support, or ancient herbal lore, Sage essential oil will secure its place in your essential oil arsenal.
Sometimes the most common of skin care ingredients are the most remarkable and Rosemary is one of those ingredients. Typically used as an herb for cooking because of its flavor and aroma, Rosemary also soothes irritations of the mind and the skin. It especially lends it healing and strengthening powers to the hair, banishing sad, limp and thinning hair for good.
Chamomile is a quite popular and well-known herb, often consumed as a relaxing and child-friendly tea. What you may not know is that the essential oil of this remarkable little plant is full of therapeutic qualities, and can be utilized in private label skincare and aromatherapy. Whether you would like to relax and calm down, or heal some scars and regenerate your skin, Roman Chamomile essential oil is there to help.
The art of perfumery began in ancient Egypt and humans have been enjoying the scents of nature and her wonders ever since. Whether the perfume is natural or synthetic, the inspiration for its scent no doubt comes from flowers and the myriad of scent-sual wonders they so kindly offer our noses. When made into essential oils, these flower essences can be blended together to create sweet smelling and therapeutic natural perfumes. At RainShadow Labs, we especially love our flower-based blend of Lavender, Rose, and Neroli essential oils to inspire, calm, heal and harmonize.
Thick, shiny, beautiful hair is the perfect accessory. Even if you’ve had a bad day or woke up too tired, a good hair day takes that all away. Harsh shampoos and chemicals can sometimes do more damage than good to our hair, so it’s important to not only use high quality products, but to also know how to help the hair repair and maintain itself. Essential oils are a great way to do that and below you will find four of our wholesale essential oils that you can use for healthy hair maintenance and repair: Rosemary, Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang, and Sandalwood.