Top 10 Must-Have Essential Oil Accessories for New Oil Users

AromaTools™ Blog

If you are new to essential oils, you may feel a little overwhelmed with the many essential oil accessories available. It can be hard to know where to start, so we decided to compile a top 10 list for you. Of course, everyone has their own opinion on what they would include in their top 10 list, but we thought we would share the items we see used the most among essential oil users.

1. Modern Essentials™

In order to use essential oils properly, you need to know what to use them for (and how to do it safely). Modern Essentials™ is the number-one resource for information about essential oils. It provides the science behind the oils, ways to incorporate essential oils into your lifestyle, information about each single oil and oil blend, and even a personal usage guide that is organized alphabetically according to ailments so you can quickly see which oils can…

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See Modern Essentials: Outdoor Travel Tips

AromaTools™ Blog

Summertime often means camping, hiking, and spending more time outside. We’ve compiled some of our best essential oil–related tips for when you are out and about enjoying Mother Earth this summer.


Taking Oils with You

Since space is limited, a little organization and planning can help keep your essential oil necessities accessible and ready to use the moment they are needed. To keep your oils handy, you can try some of the following:

  • Place a few essential oils you may use while camping or hiking in 5/8 dram vials. Put these small vials in a small zip-top bag, tin container, or small padded case, and attach to a backpack or place in an outside pocket for easy access.
  • Create your own mixtures for cuts and bruises, bug bite remedies, sunscreen, cooling spray, wipes, insect repelling string, etc., and store them in an easily accessible location.

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Got Migraines or Headaches?

According to recent scientific research, this is where essential oils for tension headaches (Frankincense, Lavender, Vetiver, Clary Sage…) should be applied. This region is called the suboccipital triangle. It allows pure plant essences (essential oils) to penetrate straight into the brain and the blood vessels that are along the spine due to its proximity to arterial flow to the brain but also key neurological tissue.


To find this spot place the fingers on the sub occipital protuberance (little bump at the top of the spine on the back of the neck) then just below this grip the large muscle tissue and roll the fingers off to the side. This depression just behind and below the ear is the suboccipital triangle.

Let me know if you would like to try essential oils to help with your migraines or headaches.

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THE PRICE OF THE PROMISE:The Power Of Network Marketing

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Mark Yarnell, a minister in a small town in Texas, was headed for bankruptcy and just about to lose his car and home. He looked for a way out and discovered network marketing. Luckily, he had a wise sponsor.

The sponsor gave Mark “THE PRICE OF PROMISE”.
“This business can set you free financially in one to three years.”
But he also gave him “THE PRICE”. “To succeed, you will have to face and conquer 4 major enemies.”

Mark said, “It’s a deal.”

Mark began by inviting 200 friends over to his house to watch a video. 80 said “No, not interested”

– Mark had encountered ENEMY #1: Rejection.

He thought, “No problem. My sponsor warned me about that. I’ve got 120 people still coming over.” Guess what?

– He had just encountered ENEMY #2: Deception.

Mark thought, “No problem. My sponsor warned me about that. I’ve got 70 people…

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Essential Oil Spotlight: Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang Flower

Ylang Ylang, while famed for its exquisite fragrance and long history as a component of perfumes, has much to offer therapeutically. It is an effective mood uplifting agent as well as having calming properties. Ylang Ylang essential oil is derived from the star-shaped flowers of the tropical Ylang Ylang tree and is used extensively in making perfumes and in aromatherapy. Similar to Jasmine, Ylang Ylang is considered an aphrodisiac and has been used for centuries in religious and wedding ceremonies. In aromatherapy, Ylang Ylang is used to lessen tension and stress and to promote a positive outlook. Ylang Ylang is frequently used in luxurious hair and skin products for its scent and nourishing and protective properties. Due to Ylang Ylang’s powerful scent, only a small amount is needed for application and diffusion. Ylang Ylang blends well with Bergamot, Geranium, Grapefruit, and Vetiver.

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Natural Exfoliating Lip Scrub

This delicious, natural, exfoliating lip scrub will leave your lips feeling smooth and rejuvenated…

Lip Scrub

I know this sounds yummy like a dessert and not a lip scrub but just mix the ingredients together and apply to lips as needed… You’re not supposed to actually eat it!!

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Essential Oil Spotlight: Geranium


Geranium offers outstanding benefits for soothing skin and is a common ingredient in many skin care products. Also useful for joint support and tempering minor aches and pains, Geranium’s calming effects make it a popular choice for many essential oil users.

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