Garden Oils

Garden Oils is a family owned business out of Raleigh, North Carolina. They have an array of homemade non-toxic natural items like deodorant, soap, face wash, chapstick, sugar scrubs, bath soaks, and essential oil blends. They are expanding with baby powder, candles, colognes and beard oils. If you have any special requests they are very accommodating.

Their soaps come in heavenly scents of frankincense and myrrh, patchouli and cedar wood, lemon crime, lavender mint, gardenia, wisteria lilac, rose peony, rose sandalwood and more. They also have an oatmeal bar that's great for exzema or a natural face wash. These amazing soaps are hand crafted in small batches and made with lots of love.

They have a great selection of essential oil blends from Sleepy Time, Energized Blend, Peace (for anxiety), Pain or fire up your libido with their essential oil blend called "Sexy"! They will also customize a blend for your specific needs!

I love having a home spa night where I relax in the bath, diffuse a relaxing blend of essential oils, use
a good body scrub and finish with a nice moisturizer. Garden Oils has a great scrub made with rose, bergamot, clove, lavender, sugar, coconut (or sweet almond oil, and vitamin E. A relaxing Epsom salt bath soak, and a moisturizing body whip that is light and creamy, made with jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, coconut oil, and vitamin E and different essential oils. (They are also great for sunburns, exzema, dry skin and children too.)

Whether you have trouble sleeping, suffer from headaches, want to naturally ward off pesky bugs or have anxiety Garden Oils has a blend for you! You know we are all about switching to natural products and supporting small local businesses. They also have very affordable prices. Check out all their many great products by visiting their Facebook Page, here.


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  2. Love garden oils products! Truly quality products that smell and work wonderfully!

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