Custom Jojoba Oil Blends

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When choosing your essential oils here are some things to consider:

You can choose a maximum of three (3) essential oils for every bottle of Jojoba you purchase – with a minimum of one (1) essential oil per bottle.

If you are looking to purchase pure jojoba oil please purchase that here.

Once your oils are selected this information is given to our customising team in Bubbles HQ who will look at your selection and use their knowledge from our specialised training on the chemical composition of the oils to choose how much of each will be perfect for your blend.

You see, all essential oils have different potencies so its important that people trained in that area take care of that step. We would also love to know why you have chosen these specific oils to customise your blend if you would be happy to share that with us? The reason for this is that we can take a quick look and let you know if we think different oils would benefit you more…

If you are 100% happy with your choice we will of course blend it up for you – so much of essential oils is intuitive so we will trust your judgement on that..

If you have any questions regarding this or feel like you could benefit from some help selecting oils for your blend, please make a time to have a FREE chat with one of our team here and we will happily walk you through it.

 

Essential Oil Information

BERGAMOT

SKIN WORD: CLEANSE

WELLBEING WORD: RELAX

  • Cleansing is what it is renowned for – use for compressing, in the shower and bathing.
  • Encourages Healing
  • Anti-septic yet gentle makes it ideal for sensitive pimples and spots
  • ‘Butterflies in the stomach’ are settled with bergamot. Stress is often the pre-cursor and cause 
of
  • skin problems like eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.
  • Cold sores are often brought on by stress so smelling this calming aroma will make you ‘feel’
  • better.

LEMON

SKIN WORD: ASTRINGENT

WELLBEING WORD: ALERT

  • Lemon increases the defence and immune system making it useful 
for strengthening the
  • epidermis. Compressing with lemon in the morning will make your skin stronger by strengthening
  • immunity.
  • An excellent treatment for red faces caused from surface capillaries
  • The ability to strengthen brittle
nails and help lighten the ‘spots’
on the hands
  • The same strengthening quality is also useful for treating veins and capillaries
  • Astringent qualities also make
lemon a great cleanser for oily skin – it will help to control oil flow without stripping the skin and disrupting acid mantle.

ORANGE

SKIN WORD: UNCLOG

WELLBEING WORD: HAPPINESS

  • Clogging, especially black heads and hard congested lumps under the skin are dissolved with this oil.
  • Cleansing and refreshing for the entire body. This is very beneficial for younger people with acne as the uplifting qualities help them cope with the ‘stress’ of bad skin.
  • Open pores also respond well to orange, compressing is the best method.
  • If you have unknowingly damaged your acid mantle, then by compressing with orange will restore this delicate balance.
  • Sallow skin that looks greyish yellowish (especially smokers) will respond to compressing and oil blends containing orange.

ROSEMARY

SKIN WORD: STIMULATE

WELLBEING WORD: AWAKEN

  • Stimulates the skin’s circulation and your senses – a fabulous way to start the day!
  • The stimulating effect increases blood flow which aids in detoxification and elimination, making rosemary very good for acne and toxic skins
  • Congestion of the chest can be treated with rosemary and this same decongesting quality makes it ideal for congested lumps that often form under the skin.
  • Aches and pains in the muscles 
are relieved with rosemary. The increased circulation aids cell regeneration and removal of lactic acid build up.

TEA TREE

SKIN WORD: ANTI-SEPTIC

WELLBEING WORD: CLEARING

  • A “First Aid Kit” in a bottle.
  • Highly Anti-septic quality makes it ideal for pimples and acne infections in all skincare methods of use for essential oils.
  • Cleansing and clearing to facial and body skin using compressing and bathing or showering.
  • Tinea (also known as athletes foot) – use 4 drops in a foot bath.
  • Cold sores (herpes simplex) – apply direct the minute you suspect or feel a cold sore coming.

LAVENDER

SKIN WORD: HEAL

WELLBEING WORD: CALM

  • Flaking or peeling of the skin
is suitable for lavender (with sandalwood for even better results),
  • Lavender reconnects the dermis and epidermis, especially when the skin ‘cement’ has been
  • removed
  • Itchiness and irritation are associated with many skin conditions and lavender soothes both
  • Psoriasis – Applying a jojoba oil blend keeps the condition calm and improves appearance.
  • Bruises and the associated pain can be helped. Mix with cypress to help disperse colouring.
  • Sunburn is cooled and healed by using lavender in a cool bath or
cold compress.
  • Dermatitis and eczema – Compressing, bathing, spritzing and massage.
  • Insect bites and stings. Mosquito bites are quickly calmed with one drop only applied direct to bite.

ROMAN CHAMOMILE

SKIN WORD: SOOTHE

WELLBEING WORD: QUIETEN

  • Roman Chamomile has similar calming and soothing effects as lavender so mixing the two oils increases effectiveness of both.
  • Allergies are an inflammation to the skin making roman chamomile ideal to restore normality and quieten this inflammation
  • Soothing and calming to eyes – Use 4 drops in a 100 ml bottle of cool water. This same method is good for dark circles and puffiness under eyes.
  • Natural deodorant qualities – Pout one drop on a natural crystal deodorant.
  • Calms reddened blemishes, especially good for acne rosacea or conditions that inflame the skin
  • Chicken pox and shingles are calmed. Use with lavender and geranium while bathing.

GERANIUM

SKIN WORD: BALANCE

WELLBEING WORD: BALANCE

  • Harmony and balance provided by geranium are ideal for combination skin, to balance the sebum production
  • Dermatitis and dry eczema, balances the physical and emotional causes.
  • Shingles and the closely related chicken pox respond to bathing especially.
  • Phytoestrogens and compounds found and derived from plants that are similar to estrogens.
  • Geranium is known to contain phytoestrogens, another reason it is beneficial to keeping your skin soft (just as estrogen is).

SANDALWOOD

SKIN WORD: STRENGTHEN

WELLBEING WORD: CONFIDENT

  • Weakened Skin, prone to allergies and frequent break-outs is regenerated and healed
  • Helps convert fat into energy when aiding your body to shed excess with lifestyle improvements
  • Promotes elasticity…
  • So you’ve wrecked your skin with the latest fad. Restore your skin health after ‘product abuse’ and allergic reactions
  • Protects skin from further break- outs that re-occur in the same spot by strengthening these areas Massage is best.
  • Eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis – Massage, compress and bath in sandalwood to strengthen.
  • Works well when mixed with bergamot.
  • Soothing and healing after exposure to the weather elements like sun
or especially good for after being in drying wind
  • Good for flaking or chapped skin. When your skin is peeling or persistently dry and flaky DO NOT Exfoliate

ROSE

SKIN WORD: HYDRATE

WELLBEING WORD: NURTURE

  • Rehydrates and rejuvenates, remember that rehydration needs water so compressing with rose and then capturing this moisture with a Jojoba massage blend works best.
  • Use for ageing and mature skin to help soften the lines – massage is best.
  • A drawing in and toning effect due to a slight astringent quality makes rose ideal for slightly flushed and reddened skin
  • Very moisturising when add to Jojoba.
  • Highly cytophylactic which means it stimulates the production of new cells making it very healing.

VETIVER

SKIN WORD: RESTORE

WELLBEING WORD: GROUNDING

  • Firms slacked tissue especially after weight loss.
  • Chronic or long term skin problems. Think of it as getting to the ‘root’
of the problem with vetiver.
  • Provides nourishment to deep skin layers. Skin that has been exposed to the sun too much.
  • Gives a velvet texture to skin like no other oil can do.
  • Dehydrated skin will be assisted to hold moisture in the deeper layers – massage daily to face and body.
  • Soothes irritated skin, especially a skin that needs cooling as vetiver is very yin.

JASMINE

SKIN WORD: SOFTEN

WELLBEING WORD: INDULGE

  • Deeply penetrating, has a softening effect on the skin (and emotions)
  • Irritated skin is soothed, works well when used with roman chamomile and lavender
  • Dry and sensitive skin is balanced with compressing and massaging daily. Works well with sandalwood.
  • If self esteem is low and you have
a depressed feeling about skin use jasmine.
  • Skin lacking colour or having a dull appearance is helped as jasmine dilates (opens) capillaries to increase colour through blood flow.

CYPRESS

SKIN WORD: TIGHTEN

WELLBEING WORD: RELEASE WORRY

  • Astringent, so it works well with lemon when cleansing oily facial skin with a compress
  • Deodorant, balanced excessive perspiration – use one drop on deodorant crystal
  • Puffiness around eyes especially from a restless night sleep or a long day
  • Dries up excess fluid and puffiness not only around the eyes but all over the body. A great oil to add to your morning facial compressing if you wake up with a ‘puffy’ face or in your bath at night if feeling ‘swollen’
  • Capillaries and varicose veins are drawn in due to astringent qualities

FRANKINCENSE

SKIN WORD: RESTORE

WELLBEING WORD: REASSURE

  • Mature skin’s friend! – compressing and bathing at night for all over skin replenishment.
  • Cytophylactic which means very healing so it mixes well with lavender, especially good for damage from the sun
  • Rejuvenating to skin to soften facial lines.
  • Helps to restore tone to slackened skin – another reason it is good for mature skin
  • Dries up fluid and puffiness, more gently than cypress but the two work well together

 

When choosing your essential oils here are some things to consider:

You can choose a maximum of three (3) essential oils for every bottle of Jojoba you purchase – with a minimum of one (1) essential oil per bottle.

If you are looking to purchase pure jojoba oil please purchase that here.

Once your oils are selected this information is given to our customising team in Bubbles HQ who will look at your selection and use their knowledge from our specialised training on the chemical composition of the oils to choose how much of each will be perfect for your blend.

You see, all essential oils have different potencies so its important that people trained in that area take care of that step. We would also love to know why you have chosen these specific oils to customise your blend if you would be happy to share that with us? The reason for this is that we can take a quick look and let you know if we think different oils would benefit you more…

If you are 100% happy with your choice we will of course blend it up for you – so much of essential oils is intuitive so we will trust your judgement on that..

If you have any questions regarding this or feel like you could benefit from some help selecting oils for your blend, please make a time to have a FREE chat with one of our team here and we will happily walk you through it.

 

Essential Oil Information

BERGAMOT

SKIN WORD: CLEANSE

WELLBEING WORD: RELAX

  • Cleansing is what it is renowned for – use for compressing, in the shower and bathing.
  • Encourages Healing
  • Anti-septic yet gentle makes it ideal for sensitive pimples and spots
  • ‘Butterflies in the stomach’ are settled with bergamot. Stress is often the pre-cursor and cause 
of
  • skin problems like eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.
  • Cold sores are often brought on by stress so smelling this calming aroma will make you ‘feel’
  • better.

LEMON

SKIN WORD: ASTRINGENT

WELLBEING WORD: ALERT

  • Lemon increases the defence and immune system making it useful 
for strengthening the
  • epidermis. Compressing with lemon in the morning will make your skin stronger by strengthening
  • immunity.
  • An excellent treatment for red faces caused from surface capillaries
  • The ability to strengthen brittle
nails and help lighten the ‘spots’
on the hands
  • The same strengthening quality is also useful for treating veins and capillaries
  • Astringent qualities also make
lemon a great cleanser for oily skin – it will help to control oil flow without stripping the skin and disrupting acid mantle.

ORANGE

SKIN WORD: UNCLOG

WELLBEING WORD: HAPPINESS

  • Clogging, especially black heads and hard congested lumps under the skin are dissolved with this oil.
  • Cleansing and refreshing for the entire body. This is very beneficial for younger people with acne as the uplifting qualities help them cope with the ‘stress’ of bad skin.
  • Open pores also respond well to orange, compressing is the best method.
  • If you have unknowingly damaged your acid mantle, then by compressing with orange will restore this delicate balance.
  • Sallow skin that looks greyish yellowish (especially smokers) will respond to compressing and oil blends containing orange.

ROSEMARY

SKIN WORD: STIMULATE

WELLBEING WORD: AWAKEN

  • Stimulates the skin’s circulation and your senses – a fabulous way to start the day!
  • The stimulating effect increases blood flow which aids in detoxification and elimination, making rosemary very good for acne and toxic skins
  • Congestion of the chest can be treated with rosemary and this same decongesting quality makes it ideal for congested lumps that often form under the skin.
  • Aches and pains in the muscles 
are relieved with rosemary. The increased circulation aids cell regeneration and removal of lactic acid build up.

TEA TREE

SKIN WORD: ANTI-SEPTIC

WELLBEING WORD: CLEARING

  • A “First Aid Kit” in a bottle.
  • Highly Anti-septic quality makes it ideal for pimples and acne infections in all skincare methods of use for essential oils.
  • Cleansing and clearing to facial and body skin using compressing and bathing or showering.
  • Tinea (also known as athletes foot) – use 4 drops in a foot bath.
  • Cold sores (herpes simplex) – apply direct the minute you suspect or feel a cold sore coming.

LAVENDER

SKIN WORD: HEAL

WELLBEING WORD: CALM

  • Flaking or peeling of the skin
is suitable for lavender (with sandalwood for even better results),
  • Lavender reconnects the dermis and epidermis, especially when the skin ‘cement’ has been
  • removed
  • Itchiness and irritation are associated with many skin conditions and lavender soothes both
  • Psoriasis – Applying a jojoba oil blend keeps the condition calm and improves appearance.
  • Bruises and the associated pain can be helped. Mix with cypress to help disperse colouring.
  • Sunburn is cooled and healed by using lavender in a cool bath or
cold compress.
  • Dermatitis and eczema – Compressing, bathing, spritzing and massage.
  • Insect bites and stings. Mosquito bites are quickly calmed with one drop only applied direct to bite.

ROMAN CHAMOMILE

SKIN WORD: SOOTHE

WELLBEING WORD: QUIETEN

  • Roman Chamomile has similar calming and soothing effects as lavender so mixing the two oils increases effectiveness of both.
  • Allergies are an inflammation to the skin making roman chamomile ideal to restore normality and quieten this inflammation
  • Soothing and calming to eyes – Use 4 drops in a 100 ml bottle of cool water. This same method is good for dark circles and puffiness under eyes.
  • Natural deodorant qualities – Pout one drop on a natural crystal deodorant.
  • Calms reddened blemishes, especially good for acne rosacea or conditions that inflame the skin
  • Chicken pox and shingles are calmed. Use with lavender and geranium while bathing.

GERANIUM

SKIN WORD: BALANCE

WELLBEING WORD: BALANCE

  • Harmony and balance provided by geranium are ideal for combination skin, to balance the sebum production
  • Dermatitis and dry eczema, balances the physical and emotional causes.
  • Shingles and the closely related chicken pox respond to bathing especially.
  • Phytoestrogens and compounds found and derived from plants that are similar to estrogens.
  • Geranium is known to contain phytoestrogens, another reason it is beneficial to keeping your skin soft (just as estrogen is).

SANDALWOOD

SKIN WORD: STRENGTHEN

WELLBEING WORD: CONFIDENT

  • Weakened Skin, prone to allergies and frequent break-outs is regenerated and healed
  • Helps convert fat into energy when aiding your body to shed excess with lifestyle improvements
  • Promotes elasticity…
  • So you’ve wrecked your skin with the latest fad. Restore your skin health after ‘product abuse’ and allergic reactions
  • Protects skin from further break- outs that re-occur in the same spot by strengthening these areas Massage is best.
  • Eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis – Massage, compress and bath in sandalwood to strengthen.
  • Works well when mixed with bergamot.
  • Soothing and healing after exposure to the weather elements like sun
or especially good for after being in drying wind
  • Good for flaking or chapped skin. When your skin is peeling or persistently dry and flaky DO NOT Exfoliate

ROSE

SKIN WORD: HYDRATE

WELLBEING WORD: NURTURE

  • Rehydrates and rejuvenates, remember that rehydration needs water so compressing with rose and then capturing this moisture with a Jojoba massage blend works best.
  • Use for ageing and mature skin to help soften the lines – massage is best.
  • A drawing in and toning effect due to a slight astringent quality makes rose ideal for slightly flushed and reddened skin
  • Very moisturising when add to Jojoba.
  • Highly cytophylactic which means it stimulates the production of new cells making it very healing.

VETIVER

SKIN WORD: RESTORE

WELLBEING WORD: GROUNDING

  • Firms slacked tissue especially after weight loss.
  • Chronic or long term skin problems. Think of it as getting to the ‘root’
of the problem with vetiver.
  • Provides nourishment to deep skin layers. Skin that has been exposed to the sun too much.
  • Gives a velvet texture to skin like no other oil can do.
  • Dehydrated skin will be assisted to hold moisture in the deeper layers – massage daily to face and body.
  • Soothes irritated skin, especially a skin that needs cooling as vetiver is very yin.

JASMINE

SKIN WORD: SOFTEN

WELLBEING WORD: INDULGE

  • Deeply penetrating, has a softening effect on the skin (and emotions)
  • Irritated skin is soothed, works well when used with roman chamomile and lavender
  • Dry and sensitive skin is balanced with compressing and massaging daily. Works well with sandalwood.
  • If self esteem is low and you have
a depressed feeling about skin use jasmine.
  • Skin lacking colour or having a dull appearance is helped as jasmine dilates (opens) capillaries to increase colour through blood flow.

CYPRESS

SKIN WORD: TIGHTEN

WELLBEING WORD: RELEASE WORRY

  • Astringent, so it works well with lemon when cleansing oily facial skin with a compress
  • Deodorant, balanced excessive perspiration – use one drop on deodorant crystal
  • Puffiness around eyes especially from a restless night sleep or a long day
  • Dries up excess fluid and puffiness not only around the eyes but all over the body. A great oil to add to your morning facial compressing if you wake up with a ‘puffy’ face or in your bath at night if feeling ‘swollen’
  • Capillaries and varicose veins are drawn in due to astringent qualities

FRANKINCENSE

SKIN WORD: RESTORE

WELLBEING WORD: REASSURE

  • Mature skin’s friend! – compressing and bathing at night for all over skin replenishment.
  • Cytophylactic which means very healing so it mixes well with lavender, especially good for damage from the sun
  • Rejuvenating to skin to soften facial lines.
  • Helps to restore tone to slackened skin – another reason it is good for mature skin
  • Dries up fluid and puffiness, more gently than cypress but the two work well together

 

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