We carry a wide variety of Pure Essential Oils, and Fun Fragrance Oils at Maggie's Spa. Stop by our location in Houghton to see our full retail stock. To order oils, please call (906)482.9355.
All Natural "Bug Repellant"
made with Neem Oil
Neem is a traditional Ayurvedic herb, popular in India and third world countries to prevent the spread of malaria. Neem oil has pesticide and germicide qualities, making it a very effective all natural bug repellent.
Diluted with Canola Oil, we stock a blend of Bug Repellants that are made with Lemon Eucalyptus and Lavender Essential Oils, both of which have pesticide qualities known to rid the mosquitoes. (See image below.)
1/3 oz. roll-on: $3.50+tax
8 oz. bottle: $5.50+tax
Available in-store only.
Stop by Maggie's Spa Resort for her bestselling
"Bug Repellant" today!
Prices subject to change.
Eucalyptus and Tea Tree Essential Oils
for "cold and flu season"...
Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Eucalyptus globulus, is a strong anti-septic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, antipyretic, analgesic, bronchodilator, decongestant, insecticidal, deodorant, muscle relaxant, and anti-inflammatory.
Tea Tree Essential Oil, Melaleuca alternifolia, is an analgesic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, antiviral, decongestant, deodorant, diaphoretic, expectorant, fungicidal, immune stimulant, and insecticide.
Mix 1/2 oz. Essential oil with 3/4 full 16 oz. spray bottle. Or mix one part oil to three parts water. You may use Eucalyptus Oil, or Tea Tree Oil, it's your preference. Both oils have similar disinfectant qualities. They both have a pleasant aroma as well.
During cold and flu season, spray the air of the room of a sick person, to help them feel better, and to discourage germs from growing.
In a musky room, spray the corners of the room to kill the smell; this works for cigarette smoke smell too!
Spray kitchen or bathroom counters to disinfect and deodorize.
Pour oil into a toilet bowl to disinfect it, and eliminate odors.
Pour a teaspoon of oil into your mop bucket when cleaning your floors. Before cleaning the floors, use the eucalyptus water to sanitize doorknobs, handles, drawers, and cupboards! You'll be pleasantly surprised!
For Sinus Congestion:
Put of large pot of water on the stove. Bring to a boil, or almost to a boil. Place about 10 drops of Eucalyptus oil into the water. Grab a towel to put over your head. Leave the pot on the stove, or carefully place the pot on a steady surface. Now stand or sit, if you can, in front of the pot with the towel over your head. Slowly, take breathes in and out to inhale the steamy vapor. This is one home remedy to open your nasal passageways! The steamy water and the essential oil combo will be a great sinus congestion reliever! Do this as long as you can tolerate. Or as many times throughout your cold to help relieve the pressure and pain!
For Muscle Relaxant:
Use Eucalyptus or Tea Tree as a massage oil, or as a bath oil for sore muscles. Always use a carrier oil, when using for massage oil. We recommend using any vegetable oil.
Wintergreen oil is also a common muscle relaxant too!
**Warning: Pregnant women should always be cautious when using essential oils. These home remedies are suggestions by aromatherapy experts listed in references below. These essential oils should not be used to treat, cure, or diagnose any disease or ailment. Never use essential oils undiluted. Always use in safe, small amounts!**
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Armani Men Type
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Ed Hardy Women Type