3 Essential Oils for Winter Wellness

Essential oils are most commonly associated with aromatherapy and they have a wide range of benefits, from the physical to the emotional.

We’ve put together a guide on our top 3 oils, which can all be found in EVOHE Harmonie Oil.

Sandalwood Australian

Sandalwood Australia is widely known for being a spiritual, sacred oil, used around the world during practices of prayer and meditation. The oil impacts on a busy mind, calming thoughts and anxiety or worry, allowing a person to relax into a peaceful state, let go of their own mind/ego and slip into presence.

Orange Essential Oil

Orange Essential oil has a variety of therapeutic uses, from relaxing mind and spirit to boosting circulation. Historically, oranges have been associated with generosity and gratitude and symbolised innocence and fertility.

It is known for its therapeutic uses for acne, blemishes, boredom, bronchitis, cellulite, chills, chronic fatigue syndrome, colds, constipation, coughs, creativity, depression, disinfectant, eczema, fear, fever, flu, fluid retention, gingivitis, joint pain, lethargy, mental exhaustion, mouth ulcers, muscle pin, nervous anxiety, oily skin, premenstrual syndrome, psoriasis, seasonal affective disorder, skincare and stress.

Peru Balsam

Peru Balsam has a very soft aroma, and is very soothing in times of stress.

Peru Balsam has been used by aromatherapists for bronchitis, chapped skin, colds, coughing, eczema, the flu, poor circulation, rashes, sensitive skin, and nervous and stress disorders. It is also believed to promote growth of epithelial cells.


Disclaimer: The products suggested and advice given by EVOHE and their employees are for your consideration only and are not meant to replace the advice of a Health Care Professional. Do not take any essential oils internally without the consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. Do not apply undiluted essential oils, absolutes, or other concentrated essences onto the skin. If you are pregnant, use essential oils only under the proper guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. A skin patch test should be conducted prior to using an essential oil that you’ve never used before.


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