Grapefruit and lemon essential oil in a glass bottle with a plastic stopper and lid. We would like to provide an eco-friendly product however also have to comply with regulations and product safety. You need a dropper to safely use the correct amount of essential oils and currently only plastic lids / droppers are available.
We are looking into providing a refill service if you would like to email me at email@example.com in this respect.
Essential Oil Safety
Essential oils contain the active ingredients of plants in a highly concentrated form and must be diluted before being used on the skin.
Essential oils can contain compounds that may cause sensitisation by skin contact. Always use essential oils with care. Discontinue use if a rash occurs. If you have sensitive skin, do a patch test before using over a larger area of skin.
Do not dispose of unused essential oils down the drain – in concentrated form they can be toxic to aquatic organisms and may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
Even when diluted essential oils should be kept away from sensitive areas such as eyes. If the oil should come into contact with the eyes, wash thoroughly with cold water and seek medical advice if needed.
All essential oils should be kept out of the reach of children. If anyone accidentally swallows an essential oil, please seek medical advice immediately.
As some essential oils are flammable, care should be taken with naked flames. They can also damage polished, plastic or painted surfaces.
Essential oils are best stored away from direct heat and light and should be used within a year of opening.