Shutran: Young Living created Shutran essential oil blend specifically with men in mind. This masculine scent pairs well with confidence—on the field, in the office, or wherever your day takes you.
Cedarwood: Cedarwood is woodsy and a little sweet—just like you. It’s also great for conditioning skin and hair!
Cinnamon Bark: You know the scent of Cinnamon Bark: sweet, spicy, and cozy. It’s a hot oil, so start with just a few drops in your carrier oil.
Clove: Clove is also a great option for sweet spice with a warm and comforting aroma.
Eucalyptus Globulus: Eucalyptus Globulus is a brisk pick, thanks to its fresh, exhilarating aroma and cooling sensation.
Lavender: There’s no need to fear floral. Lavender has a light, calm aroma. It’s also great for revitalizing hair, cleansing and soothing skin, not to mention reducing the appearance of blemishes.
Lemon: Lemon has an energizing and uplifting scent and reduces the appearance of aging! It is a photosensitive oil, so it’s best for using on your beard at night.
Peppermint: Pep up your routine with Peppermint. The scent is a balance of sweet and herbal, and you’ll love the cooling sensation.
Pine: Pine is like carrying a bit of the forest with you, no matter where you are. It adds a fresh, woodsy twist to any blend.
Patchouli: Warm, earthy Patchouli is a common scent in colognes and other grooming products. It may also improve the appearance of dry or dull skin.
Rosemary: Rosemary helps support healthy-looking hair. It also has a fresh, invigorating aroma that pairs beautifully with any of the other oils on this list!
Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood®*: Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood has a bright aroma that smells like fresh, warm wood. Plus, it may improve the look and appearance of healthy skin.
Sage: If you’re looking for something that’s both spicy and herbal, Sage is a favorite! It’s also traditionally used for its clarifying properties.
Tea Tree: Tea Tree has a refreshing scent and is an excellent oil for skin and hair. It helps maintain healthy-looking hair and skin, plus reduces the appearance of blemishes. Basically, Tea Tree might be your skin’s best friend.
Thyme: It’s time to think of Thyme as something more than a kitchen herb. This oil has a bold, herbal scent and may improve the appearance of skin.