4 Favorite Essential Oils in a Roll On Form
Posted by Kathy Sadowski, MS in Aromatherapy, RA (Registered Aromatherapist) on on Jul 12th 2022
We have recently launched 12 new essential oil roll-on varieties, including 4 essential oil perfumes, 4 functional oil blends, and 4 very useful single notes. This brief article will talk about the benefits of our 4 single notes: Bulgarian lavender, Moroccan rose, Indian sandalwood, and helichrysum.
The essential oil roller bottles are easy to use:
- Prediluted in jojoba and fractionated coconut carrier oils.
- Conveniently in a compact roll-on.
- Great for an on-the-go lifestyle!
Aromaland offers over 100 different essential oil single notes. Why did we decide to turn these four botanicals into no fuss / no muss roller bottles?
This is a great question. Continue reading about the benefits of lavender, rose, sandalwood, and helichrysum oils.
Bulgarian Lavender, Lavendula angustifolia, is well-known the world over for its calming effect. Multiple small human studies have shown its scent to help reduce stress and insomnia (1,2). Further, lavender has long been used as a folk remedy for mild skin issues like scrapes and itching. It can also be used to help repel biting insects.
Three Ways to Use Lavender Oil
- Roll the diluted oil on your neck to help with sleep.
- Use for mild skin complaints.
- Helps repel mosquitos.
Moroccan Rose, Rosa centifolia, offers a luxurious rosy-green scent. This prized aroma has been used for centuries in luxury perfumes and is considered an aphrodisiac. Further, the scent is known to be soothing and calm tension. Easing stress with rose aromatherapy may also help relieve body aches, such as headaches and menstrual-related complaints (3).
Three Possible Ways to Use Moroccan Rose Oil
- Enjoy the luxury scent as a feminine perfume.
- Roll onto the earlobes to help with a headache.
- The scent can be used to encourage peacefulness.
Indian Sandalwood, Santalum album, is a luxury-scent that is woody, smooth, and deeply grounding. It is a key aroma for meditation. In the past 40 years, its popularity has grown enormously and is used as an ingredient in perfumery and high- end body care products.
Three Different Ways to Enjoy Indian Sandalwood
- This high-end aroma can be used as a masculine perfume.
- Roll onto the wrists to help promote a meditative state and grounding.
- Enjoy as a sacred scent.
Helichrysum, Helychrysum italicum, has been used for generations as a skin beautifying remedy. It can be found as a component in many quality skin serums, creams, and lotions. It might help with swelling, bruising (4). Further, it has been used as an ingredient in cosmetics for improving circulation, reducing wrinkles, and having regenerative potential (5).
Three Uses for Helichrysum Oil
- Use locally on a bruise.
- Improve fine lines and dull coloration on the skin.
- The aroma is sunny bright, complex, and uplifting!
Note: All essential oils should be diluted with topical use. Some essential oils might be contraindicated with certain medical conditions, including pregnancy, breastfeeding, and young or old age. Ask a qualified medical professional if you have any questions before use. Discontinue use if any type of irritation occurs.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure a disease.
- Generoso, M., et al. (2017). Lavender oil preparation (Silexan) for treating anxiety: an updated meta-analysis. Journal of clinical psychopharmacology, 37(1), 115-117.
- Wang, Y., et al. (2020). A study on the mechanism of lavender in the treatment of insomnia based on network pharmacology. Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, 23(5), 419-432.
- Mohebitabar, S., et al. (2017). Therapeutic efficacy of rose oil: A comprehensive review of clinical evidence. Avicenna journal of phytomedicine, 7(3), 206.
- Voinchet, V. & Giraud-Robert, A. (2007). Utilization of the essential oil Helichrysum italicum and rosehip vegetable oil after reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. Phytothérapie, 5(2), 67-72.
- Sarkic, A., & Stappen, I. (2018). Essential oils and their single compounds in cosmetics—A critical review. Cosmetics, 5(1), 11.