Natural aromatic treasures

over 50 steam-distilled and cold-pressed

Essential Oils

.5 fl oz, 1 fl oz bottles
(Cost determined by selections)

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Natural aromatic treasures

We offer 52 of the same pure essential oils that we use to scent our soaps and other products. Select yours from the drop-down list. You'll find a complete list at the bottom of this page as well.

See our recommendations for use and warnings below.

Over the past dozen years, we have established reliable suppliers of quality oils from all over the world. Because we purchase in bulk, we can offer you smaller quantities at a good price.

essential oil display in store

Essential oils come in in half-ounce and one-ounce amber glass bottles with screw caps.

Our essential oils are steam distilled except these cold-pressed oils: bergamot, lemon, orange, pink grapefruit, and tangerine. 


Biotherapy Blend Essential Oils

Biotherapy Blend, the clean-smelling essential oil mixture we use in our Biotherapy Black and Biotherapy Skincare soaps, contains tea tree, palmarosa, lavender, geranium, patchouli, and vetiver.

Citronella Mist Essential Oil Concentrate

Citronella Mist Concentrate, with the essential oils that make our Citronella Mist so effective, contains citronella, lemongrass, lavender, lemon eucalyptus, catnip, sweet basil, patchouli, and thyme. Dropper included.

Serenissima Essential Oil Blend

Serenissima Blend provides the delightful aroma of our Serenissima Hand Spray. The essential oil blend recreates the famous old preparation of plant essences used to protect people from the plague in the Middle Ages, comparable to Young Living Four Thieves® Oil. It contains clove, lemon, cinnamon, eucalyptus, and rosemary.

"The scents of your soaps have inspired me to try these essential oils in various ways. I put a few drops of lavender in the kids' bath to calm them and get them ready for bed."

Angie R., St. Louis, MO

"I put a little eucalyptus oil on a handkerchief to help with sinus problems. It really works."

Pete Christiansen, Minneapolis, MN

We decline to make recommendations for use, but do offer these warnings:

  • Our essential oils are for external use only, not for consumption.
  • Some essential oils are to be avoided during pregnancy. Warning lists vary as to what oils to avoid. Concentrations of oils in products make a difference. Using a bar of our soap, for instance, is not the same as putting essential oils directly on the skin. Consult your healthcare provider.
  • Keep essential oils out of eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and any body opening.
  • Keep out of reach/do not use on babies, children, or pets.
  • Always conduct a patch test of diluted essential oil on the inner arm before using; do not use if redness or irritation occurs.
  • If you have sensitive skin or any serious medical condition, do not use essential oils unless you consult with your doctor.
  • Essential oils are flammable. Do not store around flame, heat, and ignition sources.
  • Essential oils will break down most plastics. When we bottle products in plastic, we use HDPE plastic, considered safe to use with essential oils.
  • Essential oils dissolve rubber, such as the squeeze bulb on our droppers. Bottles with droppers should be stored upright.

Each bottle of essential oil counts as 1 bar toward our free bar offer.

Essential Oil Starter Kit

For six 10ml bottles of our best sellers, see our Essential Oil Starter Kit. 

Video: The Benefits of Essential Oils

Watch this two-minute video about essential oils, and you'll appreciate why we never put "fragrance" in our products.

Complete list of our essential oils

anise, star Illicum verum
basil, sweet Ocimum basilicum
bay, West Indies Pimenta racemosa
bergamot (bergaptene free) Citrus bergamia
Biotherapy Blend blend
birch, sweet Betula lenta
camphorwood Cinnamomum camphora
caraway Carum carvi
cassia Cinnamomum cassia
cedarwood, Virginia Juniperus virginiana
cinnamon leaf Cinnamomum verum
citronella Cymbopogon nardus
Citronella Mist Concentrate blend
clove bud Syzgium aromaticum
coriander Coriandrum sativum
cornmint Mentha arvensis
eucalyptus Eucalyptus globulus
eucalyptus lemon Corymbia citriodora
fennel, bitter Foeniculum vulgare
fir, balsam Abies balsamea
fir, silver Abies alba
frankincense Boswellia carteri
geranium, rose Pelargonium graveolens
ginger Zingiber officinalis
grapefruit, pink Citrus × paradisi
juniper berry Juniperus communis
laurel berry (sugandh kokila) Cinnamomum cecidodaphne
laurel, bay Laurus nobilis
lavandin 'Grosso' Lavendula × 'Grosso'
lavender 40/42 Lavandula angustifolia
lemon Citrus limonum
lemongrass Cymbopogon flexuosus
lime Citrus aurantifolia
marjoram Origanum majorana
may chang Litsea cubeba
myrhh Commiphora myrrha
nutmeg Myristica fragrans
orange Citrus sinensis
oregano Origanum vulgare
palmarosa Cymbopogon martinii
patchouli, dark Pogostemon cablin
peppermint Mentha piperita
petitgrain Citrus aurantium
rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis
sage, clary Salvia sclarea
Serenissima Blend blend
spearmint Mentha spicata
tangerine Citrus × tangerina
tea tree Melaleuca alternifolia
thyme Thymus zygis
vetiver Vetiveria zizanoides
ylang ylang Cananga odorata


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