A lime belongs to the citrus family. They are grown all year-round in high temperatures, predominantly in Mexico and Brazil.
The fragrance of a lime is fresh, lively, and uplifting. The citrus scent is zesty and has sour tones.
Lemongrass is native to tropical regions of South East Asia as it thrives growing in warm climates. It is an aromatic grass that belongs to the Poaceae family; a large family of flowering plants.
Lemongrass is used for its essential oils due to its fresh, light, and bright-citrus-like scent.
Eucalyptus trees are native to Australia but many species of it now grow all over the world. The word 'eucalyptus' comes from Greece and refers to the seed being capsuled by the plant.
The eucalyptus plant has a distinct smell that is invigorating and stimulates the senses, with hints of mint, honey and citrus.
Indigenous to Europe and the Middle East, the peppermint plant is a hybrid of watermint and spearmint. Peppermint is now found growing wild throughout Europe, North America and Australia.
The peppermint leaves have a characteristic strong and sweet odour, an aromatic warmth that leaves you with a cooling aftertaste.
Geranium essential oil is derived by steam distillation of the leaves of Pelargonium graveolens, a plant species native to South Africa. Today, Geranium Oil is grown in many regions, including Europe and Asia.
The rose-like scent is sharp and herbaceous, with it sweet minty-rose undertone. It promotes balancing and grounding feelings and has been reported to help with scarring and skin health.
Orange essential oil is extracted from the rind of the sweet orange, citrus sinensis. The extract is done by a process of cold pressing, which uses pressure to squeeze the oils from the rind.
The orange essential oil scent smells citrusy and sweet. Similar to the aroma of orange peels, but typically smelling sweeter and more concentrated.
Cedarwood comes from the Deodar tree, a highly regarded and sought after tree in the woodlands of North India. The evergreen tree grows in high altitudes of cold areas, and the shavings of the bark form the cedarwood.
Our Cedarwood essential oil is extracted from upcycled cedarwood unused by furniture companies.
Cedarwood has a woody scent with an undertone of balsamic and a camphorous odour.
You can find our Himalayan Cedarwood in our Silk Detergent, Wool Detergent, Sports Detergent, Baby Detergent and Basil & Mandarin Eco Laundry Detergent
Cardamom Oil is one of the oldest essential oils known. The oil is produced by steam distillation of the seeds of Elettaria Cardamomum, a plant of the ginger family.
The odor of the cardamom oil is warm-spicy, aromatic. At first smell it is reminiscent of eucalyptus, then later it becomes balsamic-woody, increasingly sweet and almost floral on the dry out.
Patchouli oil has a characteristic scent that might be described as woody, sweet, and spicy. Apart from the amazing scent, Patchouli has some health benefits due to potent anti-inflammatory compounds in it.
Patchouli is native to tropical Asia, where it is widely cultivated and has been used for centuries for its essential oil.
You can find Patchouli in our Silk Detergent, Wool Detergent, Sports Detergent, Baby Detergent, Basil & Mandarin Eco Laundry Detergent and our 'Protect Me' natural moth repellent Scent Bag.