We love Tasmania, and we love the unique essential oils that are produced on our natural island state.
Get back to nature, heighten your senses and feel like you are in the heart of Tasmania with the Tassie Essentials Trio.
Invite one of the most pristine parts of the world into your home with this beautiful trio of essential oils. Mixed together or diffused on their own, these oils will make you feel like you are right on the rugged coastline of Tasmania.
It includes the following:
- 1 x Australian Kunzea Essential Oil (10ml) - Kunzea ambigua
- 1 x Tasmanian Lavender Essential Oil (10ml) - Lavendula angustifolia
- 1 x Coastal Tea Tree Essential Oil (10ml) - Leptospermum laevigatum
- 1 x 100% Cotten Calico Gift Bag
Bring the heart of the Tasmanian bush into your home with this gorgeous set.
Australian Kunzea Essential Oil (10ml) - Kunzea ambigua
Australian Kunzea is a natural treasure when it comes to essential oils. It is wild-harvested in the rough terrain of Tasmania and derived from the terminal branches of the kunzea ambigua plant (Myrtaceae family). Kunzea has a naturally clean and fresh aroma, often compared to the native scent of the Australian bush.
Tasmanian Lavender Essential Oil (10ml) - Lavendula angustifolia
A plant with an exceptionally fine aroma, Tasmanian Lavender has been recognised as its own distinctive sub-species. It has a unique aroma profile compared to our Lavender from Bulgaria. A more intensive herbaceous, floral aroma, with balsamic undertones.
Coastal Tea Tree Essential Oil (10ml) - Leptospermum laevigatum
Leptospermum laevigatum, commonly known as Coastal Tea Tree, is a unique variety of the myrtle family. Although it isn’t as widely known as its Leptospermum cousins such as Manuka and Lemon Tea Tree, the oil distilled from its leaves is aromatically much more pleasant than traditional Tea Tree - with a sweet earthy scent - while still demonstrating a lot of its traditional therapeutic uses.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use of essential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.