Retail Boutique: Aromatherapy Products

Aromatherapy has been used for thousands of years for its natural healing abilities. Supplement your retail section with oils, diffusers, and accessories that will keep your customers smelling and feeling good all the way until their next salon visit.

The Joy Schoppe’s handmade aromatherapy eye pillows aid with relieving headaches, nausea, stress, tension, sore eyes, and sleep. The pillows can be cooled or heated according to preference and are filled with French lavender buds and essential oil to promote the natural healing properties of lavender.


Faith Aromatherapy’s Tahitian Monoi Collection is a bath and body line that includes a shower gel, anti-aging cream, and anti-aging sugar scrub. It combines the holistic therapy of essential oils while preventing premature aging and oxidative stress.


Stadler Form offers the first waterless, cordless, and completely portable aromatherapy diffuser. Convenient and rechargeable, the LEA goes where the customer goes. It can be used in the office, at home, or can even be packed in a suitcase for some travel aromatherapy.


The ESS Aromatherapy line from Universal Companies provides pure, natural, and undiluted essential oils. These oils are perfect for use in a bath, diffuser, vaporizer, or as part of a massage. Studies have shown oils to help alleviate physical ailments and fatigue, as well as offer relaxation and stress relief.


Stay Oily’s custom aromatherapy and perfume lockets are fashioned after the filigree-style lockets worn by women in the Victorian era. By adding a few drops of essential oils to an insert inside the locket, clients can reap the mental, physical, and emotional benefits of aromatherapy wherever they go.


ADORAtherapy’s Gal on the Go Mood Boost spray offers the powerful healing effects and empowerment of aromatherapy — on the go. With seven different formulated scents, clients will be able to get a boost in every life situation right from their pocket or purse.



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