Where can I buy Soothing Scents products?
For now, you can buy all products from our online store. We’ll update you as soon as this changes.
How does it work?
Our products are inhalers, meaning that you inhale the oil vapors through your nose (and not by ingesting them or putting them on your skin). We’ve created a handy personal diffuser that twists open, revealing a gap between the top and base. Place this gap under your nose and inhale deeply. Easy as that.
How long does the product last?
Each tube lasts up to 6 months of regular use. The quicktabs last up to 72 hours
Do you test on animals?
Absolutely not! Soothing Scents products are 100% cruelty-free and not tested on animals.
Where do you source your essential oils?
That’s our secret, but we will tell you that we spent almost a year conducting research and sourcing suppliers who produced exceptional oils and worked to the ethical standards we adhere to.
I have allergies. Can I use Soothing Scents?
Thankfully, allergic reactions to inhaled essential oils are extremely rare. The liquid form of essential oils have been known to cause skin irritation, but the inhalation of essential oil vapor has an undisputed safety record throughout the world. Unless you are allergic to the specific essential oils used, it should be entirely safe.
I’m pregnant, is it safe?
Yes! No data exists that links inhaling low ambient concentrations of the essential oils in any of our products with any adverse outcomes of pregnancy, such as fetal abnormalities or miscarriage. The essential oils in both Expecting and QueaseEASE are among the safest and most commonly used in the world, found in items such as candy, toothpaste, body lotions, perfumes, and soaps. Women who are at any stage of pregnancy can confidently use our pure essential oil products, knowing they are safer than smelling a flower.
I have a medical condition / am taking other medication. Can I still use Soothing Scents products? Will it interfere with medication?
No. Soothing Scents products won’t interfere with any other medication, and safe to use for people with conditions like pregnancy, or going through radiation and chemotherapy.