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BOGO Buy Lemongrass And Get A Free Blood Orange EO Today Only!

This is NOT an April Fools Day joke! I repeat, NOT a joke! Today only, when you buy a Lemongrass essential oil from Rocky Mountain Oils, you will get a FREE Blood Orange EO as well. Lemongrass has scent reminiscent of citronella and is great for repelling bugs so it’s perfect for this time of year. And blood orange has an uplifting aroma so these citrusy scents are great together.

RMO BOGO Lemongrass essential oil and Blood Orange

Here’s a little info on each oil.

Lemongrass

Lemongrass Essential Oil is part of our Relief collection. When mixed with a carrier oil, Lemongrass makes an effective insect repellent. The citrusy scent is often used in soaps, detergents, perfume, and skin care products. To give your laundry a fresh fragrance, apply the oil to a wet cloth and add to the dryer.

Use Lemongrass oil in a massage to help relax muscles and stimulate the senses. When diffused or used in an aroma inhaler, Lemongrass Essential Oil may help support concentration and give you an energy boost.

Blood Orange

The bright, just-peeled scent of Blood Orange Essential Oil is part of the Rocky Mountain Oils Relief and Cleaning collections. The gentle oil is great for any skin care routine, especially for those with dry, dehydrated or oily complexions.

Diffuse Blood Orange oil to help stimulate a cheerful mood and optimism. Blood Orange Essential Oil is a great oil to use when you need to experience a little joy. It’s also a great oil to diffuse in a child’s room to encourage a good night’s rest.

Deal Disclaimer:

Sale ends Thursday, April 1st, 2021 at 11:59pm MT | Cannot be combined with other discounts or offers | While supplies last

Rocky Mountain Oils offers high quality, GCMS tested oils you can feel confident and safe using. As, always, do your own research on each oil before using. Some oils can affect medications so consult your physician before using and use at your own risk.

For more tips and uses including recipes, check our essential oil archives.

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