FAQs about Essential Oils Care
Question: Does Essential Oils Care have a Magazine?
Answer: We do not have a magazine or any printed publications as of the moment, but we have an e-book. It contains a wide range of great essential oils care topics, tips, hacks, and more about essential oils. You can grab your own copy and hear about exclusive offers and promotions by subscribing to us! To sign up, simply enter your email address below the page and click on the “Submit” button. We will confirm your entry and you’ll receive your e-book via email. Sign up, now!
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Question: Are all the information in Essential Oils Care 100% Accurate?
Answer: All the information at Essential Oils Care is for informational purposes only. You should not use it as a replacement for professional advice, medication, and diagnosis. For more information regarding this matter, you can see our Terms & Conditions.
Question: Where do Essential Oils Care base its product and brand reviews?
Answer: All Essential Oils Care Reviews and star ratings are based on our own product testing and experience. We ensure our readers to get the first-hand information about the featured products’ evaluation.
Question: Are all the beauty products that Essential Oils Care feature safe and effective?
Answer: All the essential oil products in our recommended lists and reviews are certified as safe and healthy by a credible third party such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). However, its effectiveness may vary from person to person because of the difference of skin types and needs. To determine exactly the best essential oil for you, consult your doctor.
Question: Do you provide samples of essential oils products?
Answer: Currently, we do not provide any samples or testers for the essential oil products that we review or feature. However, many skin care and essential oil brands send free samples and testers by mail and in-store. You can visit their site for more information.
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FAQs about Essential Oil Products
Question: What are your best selling products?
Answer: Essential Oils Care has a section called “Product of the Month”. This features the essential oil brands that received the highest purchase, ratings, and love from consumers throughout the month.
Question: Are your featured products cruelty-free?
Answer: Yes, Essential Oils Care is a proud advocate of animal rights. We are strongly against animal testing. If any of our featured brands engage in animal testing, we will halt our affiliation with them. We are for brands that are continuously innovating new and effective ways to test products without the use of animals.
Question: Are your featured products organic?
Answer: Yes, all essential oil brands on the page are organic and have a certification from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
FAQs about Essential Oils
Question: Are essential Oils and Fragrance Oils the Same?
Answer: No, essential oils and fragrance oils are not the same. Since essential oils are extracted from plants, it has natural healing properties that may be used topically or through aromatherapy. Fragrance oils, on the other hand, are synthetics. Therefore, it does not possess the natural healing properties of essential oils. It is a common ingredient in many perfume brands in the market.
Question: Should I Buy High-Quality Essential Oils?
Answer: Yes, high-quality essential oils will last much longer as compared to brands that contain water. High-quality essential oils are pure. They have no additives and because of that, they contain an abundance of minerals and nutrients. The effect is also much potent when compared with essential oils that contain additives.
Question: What is the Shelf Life of Essential Oils?
Answer: The shelf life of essential oils will vary. It will depend on where the essential oil is stored. To make oils last longer, store them in a cool dry place not exposed to too much heat and light. Most essential oils can last for 18-24 months.
Question: What are the Tools Needed When Using Essential Oils?
Answer: You can apply the essential oils directly using your hands, but in some cases, you will need an oil diffuser if you are going to use them for aromatherapy. An oil diffuser is a tool that allows you to diffuse the essential oils in the air for relaxation and improving mood inside a space. Droppers are also tools that are necessary when using oils. Using them make it easier to take the desired amount of essence.
Question: Are All Essential Oils Safe for Pregnant Women?
Answer: There haven’t been many studies about the effects of essential oils to expectant mothers. Although midwives have been using essential oils for a long time, doctors recommend not using essential oils during the first trimester of pregnancy. In the second and third trimesters, some essential oils are safe to use, as your baby is more developed. These include lavender, chamomile, and ylang-ylang, which may calm, relax, and aid sleep. However, you should avoid certain essential oils like cinnamon, clove, rosemary and clary sage. These are because all of which may cause muscle contractions. Keep in mind that results may vary from person to person. To ensure the safety of using essential oils during pregnancy, consult your doctor.