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They are called "essential" because they contain the essence of a plant, including its aromatic and wellness properties.

Essential oils are becoming extremely popular worldwide, but what exactly are they? In short, essential oils are concentrated, liquid plant extracts used for aromatic and wellness purposes. They are called “essential” because they contain the essence of a plant. Essential oils come from a variety of plant sources, including flowers, grasses, fruits, roots, trees, and leaves.


There are three main ways to use essential oils: diffusion, topical application and household. If you want to know how to use essential oils with children, please consult this helpful article here and be sure to check out our Kids Line that is formulated at a two percent dilution and is safe for topical application on children two years and older.



NAME - This is the name of your essential oil or blend.

SCIENTIFIC NAME - This section appears on single essential oils, and represents how your essential oil is referred to in nature.

SOURCE COUNTRY - This is where your essential oil was distilled.

SIZE - This number represents the size of the bottle. At RMO, we sell our oils in

5ml or 15ml bottles


We have three different icons for recommended use on the RMO essential oils: Diffuse, Topical Application and Household. Some essential oils have one icon, while others can have all three.


When applying essential oils topically, we recommend that you always use a carrier oil to protect your skin. Because our essential oils are authentic and pure, their high levels of concentration can irritate the skin when applied without a carrier oil. Olive, jojoba, avocado, sweet almond, grapeseed and fractionated coconut oil are a few great options. Remember, carrier oils do not limit the effectiveness of the essential oil in any way; they just safely transfer the oil to your skin.






Drops of EO per ½ tsp carrier oil

1-3 drops

3-7 drops

8-15 drops

Please consult this chart when applying essential oils topically to adults. For a dilution chart for children, please click here.



Sore Muscle Massage

3 drops Blue Tansy

5 drops Helichrysum italicum

1 teaspoon Vitamin E Oil

2 teaspoons FCO


Combine ingredients

and massage into sore, tired, or overexerted muscles for added relief. Use as often as needed to help give your muscles the extra care they deserve.

Circulation-Stimulating Compress

3 drops Cedarwood

4 drops Lavender

2 drops Grapefruit

Add oils to a bowl of hot water, soak a towel in the water and wrap it around the targeted area.

Mosquito Free Balm

15 drops Citronella

10 drops Cedarwood

5 drops Patchouli

4 drops Bergamot FCF

¼ cup Shea Butter

1 tablespoon FCO


Melt Shea Butter to just barely melted. Remove from heat and Blend all ingredients together. Apply to exposed skin before heading outside.

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Dandruff Soothe

2 drops Eucalyptus citriodora

1 drop Peppermint

1 teaspoon unscented shampoo of choice


Wash hair daily. Works well for an irritated scalp as well.


Refreshing Aftershave

4 drops Bay Rum

4 drops Sandalwood

2 drops Copaiba

1 drop Red Mandarin

1 drop Cinnamon Bark


4 ounces Witch Hazel

Put all ingredients in a dark colored glass bottle. Shake well before every use. You can follow it with Jojoba oil or other carrier oil.

Spring Toner

3 drops Geranium

6 drops Lavender

1 tablespoon Cider Vinegar

2 ounces Witch Hazel

5 ounces Distilled Water


Mix formula together and shake well before every use. Use on clean skin before you apply moisturizer.

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Enhance Your Circulation

1 drop Cinnamon Bark

3 drops Ginger Root

4 drops Lavender

1 tablespoon FCO


Add all ingredients to an empty 15ml bottle, and shake to combine oils. Massage the blend into your legs and feet up to two times a day to help increase circulation. Be sure to perform a patch test prior to using to ensure that your skin can tolerate the "hot" oil. 

Foot Rejuvenator Massage

4 drops Lavender

3 drops Cajeput

4 drops Coriander

4 drops Litsea

4 drops Eucalyptus radiata

1 tablespoon FCO


To rejuvenate tired and aching feet, massage formula from bottoms of feet up to the calves.

Head and Fatigue Relief

1 drop Juniper Berry

3 drops Lavender

2 drop Rosemary

1 tablespoon FCO

½ cup Sea Salts


Mix together the oils and dissolve into sea salts. Add to a warm/hot bath and soak for 30 minutes.

The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Neither Rocky Mountain Oils nor its products are intended for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products.