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SWEET ORANGE 100% NATURAL PURE GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL

$17.00 USD

SWEET ORANGE

15 ML/ 0.5FL OZ

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No Parabens
No Artificial Coloring
No Aluminum Zirconium and No Aluminum Chlorohydrate
No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
No synthetic oils
Cruelty free

Why we love it:

  • All-natural, pure-grade, undiluted oil
  • Produces a sweet, zesty fragrance that is uplifting and refreshing
  • Great for supporting good digestion and addressing digestive issues
  • Sweet Orange Oil is brightening and rejuvenates dull skin

How to use it:

Use Way of Will essential oils independently to enjoy their own unique properties, or in combination with other products to enhance your experience. For best results, use daily with other Way of Will products to create an active oil-training system that your skin will love.

QUICK USE: To boost your mood, dispense 5-10 drops (up to 0.5ml) of sweet orange essential oil into your favorite diffuser and enjoy the stimulating and uplifting aroma.

EXPERIENCE THROUGH BATH: Add 0.5ml to 1ml of essential oil into warm bath water for an immersive experience.

EXPERIENCE THROUGH PLACEMENT: Put a few drops of sweet orange oil on a cotton ball and place in a corner of your bathroom to fill the space with its fresh scent.

FAQ:

Can I use essential oils with pets?

Animal aromatherapy is a whole other world and beyond the scope of what our products are designed for. The short answer is yes, you can safely use essential oils on pets – but only a selected few. It is important to note that no oils should be used on cats because their bodies cannot metabolize the oils and can seriously harm them.

Safety precautions must be taken into consideration, just like with essential oil use on humans. When using essential oils on pets, always dilute, do not apply near the face, and apply only in very low dilutions (i.e., less than 1% because of their strong sense of smell). Do not use on puppies less than 6 months old. Ensure that they do not ingest the oils or solutions.

Some oils that are generally considered safe for pets:

  1. Citrus: grapefruit, lemon, lime, sweet orange, tangerine
  2. Floral: chamomile (German/Roman), clary sage, geranium, jasmine, lavender (L. angustifolia), neroli, patchouli, rose, ylang-ylang
  3. Others: cypress, frankincense, palmarosa, petitgrain

These are some oils that are considered safe to diffuse when safety precautions are followed.

Please note that this is just a general guideline. Those who want to use essential oils on their pet(s) must educate themselves on the risks involved. Just like humans, individual pets can also have different conditions or allergies which need to be explored on an individual basis.

Learn more about essential oil use on pets

Can I ingest essential oils?

No, ingesting essential oils is not recommended. Incorrect use may lead to organ failure or other complications.

Can I use undiluted essential oils on my skin?

No, essential oils are great to use on skin, but it needs to be diluted with carrier oils. Using essential oils incorrectly may result in dermal irritation, such as blotchy skin or redness. It can cause severe burns depending on the dosage applied. It may also cause sensitization through prolonged use.

Learn more about using essential oils safely on skin

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Whitney Green

"This is hands down the best smelling orange essential out there. Simply amazing! I really want to try the Cedarwood and the tea tree oil too. I bet they smell so good!"

- Verified Amazon Buyer

Lauren

"Love the sweet orange! I was wondering if I can add it to my water and drink it?"

- Verified Amazon Buyer

Katrina

"Love the smell, was just wondering if this is safe to diffuse with pets in the house?"

- Verified Amazon Buyer

Jessica G.

"Smells delicious, came fast, well-packaged: will definitely order again."

- Verified Amazon Buyer

Customer Reviews

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YUM

I've got a serious orange oil addiction going on -- it smells so good.

Glad your happy with the scent. It's so refreshing!
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J.
I love my sweet orange!!!

If I have a headache I pull this out and I get bad migraines and if my stomach is upset to I pull this out and I have chemotherapy ever 4 weeks so this really helps after when my stomach is so upset I just rub it on belly or abdomen or a little lower and instead of grabbing for medicine . Those things are gone within a few secs or mins at 1st ,I was a little weary but now I grab for it and I also put it on mom too. That's why I am back for more .You have a customer in me for Life.

Hey there! Thanks for your awesome review - so glad you liked our SWEET ORANGE 100% NATURAL PURE GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL and that it helps you with your stomach aches so much. Just as an fyi, please remember to dilute with a carrier oil or carrier product, the sweet orange before applying it directly to your skin as it could irritate your skin!
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A.C.
Great smell!

Love this in my diffuser. Can I add it to water and spray onto my face as a light mist? Or is this not recommended?

Hey there! Thanks for your awesome review - so glad you liked our essential oil! Also to answer your question, you can totally do that but please keep in mind to put it less than 2% of EO in the water!
J
J.G.
YUM

Smells delicious, came fast, well-packaged: will definitely order again.

Hi Jessica! Glad to hear you like our sweet orange!
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K.
Smells Great

Love the smell, was just wondering if this is safe to diffuse with pets in the house?

Hi katrina, So happy to hear you like the scent! To answer your question, Animal aromatherapy is another field in itself so this is a loaded question. According to our in house specialist; it would depend on what kind of pet you have. You can diffuser around dogs but it depends on the type of essential oil you use and for cats it is a no. Sweet orange is considered to be safe for dogs but Safety precautions need to be taken into consideration just like humans. You must also do more research and consult with your vet about the risk involved. Just like humans, pets also have different conditions or allergies which need to be look into on an individual basis.