Get lost in the woods: 32 uses for woodsy essential oils
We don’t mean to be sappy, but you wood not be-leaf how much we love woodsy essential oils! We’re constantly pining over fresh, woody scents like Northern Lights Black Spruce, Juniper, and Hinoki. So whether you’re sticking to your roots or branching out when it comes to essential oils, we’re certain you’ll love all 10 of the essential oils below (and the tree puns planted throughout)!
Pine essential oil
Fun fact: There are over 126 species of pine trees. Young Living’s Pine essential oil comes from Pinus sylvestris.
What sets it apart: Fresh, clean, and uplifting, Pine is our pick for an outlook that’s as happy and hopeful as these Christmas-scented trees.
How to use Pine
Head out to the back porch and settle in with a mystery novel and a diffuser full of Pine as a reward for making it through a long day.
Embrace woodsy vibes by rubbing Pine and coconut oil onto your chest.
Spruce up your place with this cleaner: ¼ cup vinegar, 1 cup water, and 10 drops each of Pine and Lemon essential oils.
Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood essential oil
Fun fact: Smelling sandalwood when you’re out and about? It’s a common ingredient in high-end perfumes and candles, so you might catch a whiff while shopping.