We are cheating today and double reviewing lavender and eucalyptus essential oil by Artizen, which I use in my diffuser and as a cologne. I chose the Artizen brand because of their high ratings and reasonable prices. A few months ago, another brand of Eucalyptis spoiled, so I am leery of buying too much. Artizen sells a one ounce bottle, which I purchased, but they also sell four ounce bottles.
The eucalyptus oil creates a relaxing spa atmosphere while the lavender produces a calm feeling. The eucalyptus doesn’t seem to be as potent as the lavender. I add 10-15 drops of lavender and it is noticeable. The eucalyptus requires 15-20. Since they are different oils, this makes sense.
Essential oils are superior to chemical air fresheners. They produce a natural, healthy scent and are a calm, positive addition.
I dislike the artificial smell of colognes, so I use the oil on my wrists and neck as a substitute. People often compliment the fragrance. I sometimes apply at night to help me sleep. The label suggests diluting, but I take the risk and apply a miniscule amount. I sometimes apply at night to help me sleep. The ingredients contain the oils and nothing else, so in my non-Chemist opinion, a small undiluted amount is as safe as perfumes and colognes.
They are packed in a small box without bubble wrap and include a glass dropper. I was surprised they didn’t include wrapping, but mine arrived intact, so the risk must be low. Their seller page claims the bottles are UV resistant and they seem to be.
The price, quantity and quality creates a great overall value. I am pleased with both products and recommend buying. Fiv