how to use

Our high-quality 100% natural essential oils and skin care oils are collected in the wild and are free from any kind of additive. That means that they are perfect for making natural cosmetics. We have listed up a couple of examples here. If you would like to learn more about the use and qualities of our essential oils, you might want to visit one of our great workshops :-)

Massage oil – Female Balance

Pour the essential oils into the 'Wilde Olive‘-bottle and shake it lightly. Now you have a wonderful high-quality and natural massage oil. Warm up the oil by rubbing it in the palms of your hands before you pamper yourself or your sweetheart with a soothing massage.

Facial skin oil – Immortal

Pour the immortelle oil in the argan oil bottle and shake it lightly, then you can add about 1 tsp. of the oil mixture on the hand and apply gently to the face, neck and décolleté. Argan oil helps with impure, dry, greasy and itchy skin, as well as with scars and small wrinkles. Due to its anti-inflammatory and disinfecting effect, it also helps with acne or blemished skin. The many antioxidants protect the skin cells and promote their regeneration.

Bath salt – Mediterranean bath for athletes

Mix all the ingredients in a glass and add 4 to 6 tablespoons to the bath water, for a relaxing reward after strenuous exercise.

Would you like to learn more about the production of natural cosmetics with our essential oils? Then register here for one of our workshops.


Create natural perfumes

"Natural perfumes exude energy, joie de vivre and sensuality"
In her book 'Naturparfum' (in German!), Josephine Ademi gives a comprehensive insight into the basics of perfumery, including many examples and recipes.

Use in a diffuser

Add water to the diffuser and add a few drops of essential oil. All oils in our range are well suited for room scenting. The book 'Basics Essential Oils' (in German!) by Sabrina Herber describes the calming effect of lavender, the aphrodisiac effect of clary sage and the cleansing and mood-enhancing effect of stone pine. If you would like to learn more about the effects of essential oils, register here for one of our workshops.


For quick and gentle everyday help, we recommend our books Aromatherapie für Kinder and Aromatherapie für Frauen (both in German!) by Sabrina Herber and Eliane Zimmermann.


Always be careful when using essential oils. Improper use can lead to serious injury. If you want to use essential oils as medicine, we urge you to seek counsil with an aromatherapist

  • Never use essential oils internally (not oral or otherwise)
  • Do not use essential oils directly on the skin - always dilute with a carrier oil ( 5 to 15 drops on a 50ml Flasche )
  • Avoid direct contact with the eyes and mucous membranes
  • Be careful of direct sunlight - some essential oils (citrus) will react with UV light and can seriously damage the skin
  • Consult an aromatherapist first before using essential oils during pregnancy


Keep essential oil out of the reach of children, or longer shelf life, do not expose essential oils to sunlight, or as little as possible.