Because essential oils are so popular, there are an insane amount of products out there. Unfortunately, they’re not all very good. If you’re looking for best smelling essential oils for skin, hair, or aromatherapy, you want to make sure you’re getting the best product possible. That’s why we spent so much time looking for the best products out there and put together this guide. First, here are some key things to keep in mind when shopping.
Bottles: All of these products are sets that include anywhere from 6 to 14 different scents. Since every essential oil has a different scent and application, we liked the idea of having a lot to choose from.
Bottle Size: These sets come with either 5 or 10 ml bottles. A little goes a long way since you only use a few drops at a time so 5 ml is enough but go for the bigger bottle if you want more.
Scents: As we mentioned, all of these are sets include anywhere from 6 to 14 different scents. The vary from bottles of individual oils like peppermint, frankincense, and sweet orange to special blends like Good Sleep, Stress Relief, and Mood Enhancer.
Organic: These oils are sourced from various places all over the world so it’s hard to find a set that contains only organic oils. That said, we did manage to find one that’s FDA Certified Organic.
Therapeutic Grade: All but one of these oils is considered therapeutic grade. Generally, this means that the oils are not watered down, and don’t contain any additives. In other words, they’re as pure as they can possibly be.
Made in USA: Some of these oils are made in the USA, some aren’t. Because of the vast range of scents included in these kits, some of them are sourced from all over the world rather than from the USA.
Now that you know a little bit more about what to look for, let’s get into our reviews. If you’re in a hurry, the best thing to do is start right at the beginning. We put our top and budget picks first so you can quickly see the range that’s available out there. All of these sets are different and have something unique to offer, though, so stick around if you can. Are you ready? Let’s go!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019