Roller Bottle Care

Storing your bottles in an upright position will help prevent leaking. We recommend our essential oil tool key to remove and insert orifice reducers and roller balls with ease.

Dropper Care

To prevent deterioration of the rubber bulb, it is recommended that the bottles be stored in an upright position and that the dropper cap be replaced by a regular cap when travelling. Sold in packages of 6, each dropper is a 3-piece assembly that includes: a glass pipette, rubber bulb, and plastic cap w/ hole. Oil vials are not included.


Fallen Forest Display Care

Non-toxic, food-safe finishes are used on Fallen Forest displays. If your piece starts to look dull, take a small drop of fractionated coconut oil and wipe with a soft cloth (remove any excess).


6ml PET Plastic Sample Jar Care

PET Plastic (otherwise known as polyethylene terephthalate) can safely be used to store essential oil creations such as lotions or balms in which the potency has been diluted. We do not recommend storing pure essential oils as this may deteriorate the plastic.

Nasal Inhaler Care

How to assemble: Add approximately 15-20 drops of essential oils on the absorbent wick until it is well saturated. Insert the wick into the inhaler and insert the circular cap into the bottom of the inhaler (ensure it is firmly in place). Screw the cover on the inhaler for storage and transportation.

How to use: Unscrew and remove the cover. Bring the opening of the inhaler to your nostril and inhale deeply through your nose. Put the cover back on when not in use.


Trigger, Mini Trigger, Mister Care

To preserve the life of the spraying mechanism please add a small amount of an emulsifier. Because some oils have the potential to clog or deteriorate the spraying mechanism, these spray bottles are not guaranteed when used with vegetable or pure essential oils.