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20% off ASAKUKI Top 6 Essential Oils Set $20.79 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Asakuki via Amazon AU


Complete Essential Oils Pack – The ASAKUKI aromatherapy essential oils are made with all-natural plant extracts that are safe and effective for daily use, and come in lavender, lemongrass, eucalyptus, tea tree, sweet orange and peppermint.
Restore Balance and Wellness – Pair our oils with your individual needs to support a relaxed mood, relieve stress or anxiety, promote deeper sleep, purify the air of unpleasant odors, or simply create a calm atmosphere for friends or guests.
Professional-Grade Quality – This essential oils set is water soluble which means it can be used for therapeutic body massage, creating a serene atmosphere with a diffuser or humidifier, or creating DIY soaps, candles, or other fun ideas.
Premier Gift Box – A smart, personal gift that can help someone relax, unwind, or refocus, our oil diffuser essential oils make a great gift for girlfriends, moms, or wives for Mother’s Day, holidays, Christmas, or Valentine’s Day.
100% RISK FREE PURCHASE: At ASAKUKI, we have great faith in our essential oils. After all, we use them in our homes ourselves! Each one of them comes with a 2-year warranty. If you have any issue with your essential oils, do not hesitate to contact us - your satisfaction is paramount!

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  • Thanks got one

  • These are probably very diluted or synthetic essential oils espeically at this cost. Would probably avoid if you're looking for pure essential oil.

  • Asakuki is a pretty good brand for diffusers (or well reviewed, i have 2 of theirs and they're great) but yeah, cant comment on the oils. There's no info on the bottles (or anywhere) about the concentration of the product in them so take whatever people say about Therapeutic / high grade whatevers with a grain of salt.

    Agree with chalky on pricing. I get Thursdays plantation lavender stuff for about $11 for 60ml bottles at local shops and that works a treat. The ones here are lavender, lemongrass, eucalyptus, tea tree, sweet orange and peppermint - nothing particularly rare (esp eucalyptus and tea tree which is about cheap as chips).

  • Does anyone can recommend the essential oil's brands with good quality and inexpensive?

    • I'm no expert on essential oils. The ones I were gifted from like a few years ago were like branded perfect potion and they were like $25 for like 10-15ml. Just as a reference so you know why essential oils cant be cheap - to produce 15ml requires nearly 1.3kg of lavender!

      I've bought cheap ones in the past like $10 for 20ml and they were absolutely garbish compared to the perfect potion. They were very artificial.

      • I bought a Thursday plantation peppermint oil 25ml today for around $12 from Woolies. However, I don't know if Thursday Plantation's products are any good tho.

        • Thursdays Plantation at least show their concentration on the label - which is seldom seen on others. i use their peppermint and lavender in my vaporiser and its great

          • @dogzilla: Thank you. It's good to know. I was looking into Bosisto's products these days. It kinda have good prices for me, so maybe I will give it a go next time. Also, the essential oils from Muji look legit but yet way over my budget.

        • Essential Oils are one of those things where you get what you pay for. Dilution is only one aspect. If you have 2 bottles undiluted, 100% pure Tea Tree Oil (TTO), one bottle can be $10, and another can justifiably be $25, for the same quantity. They aren't the same product. Cheap Essential Oils will come from mass harvested youthful plants, which have inferior properties, but are cheap to produce. Expensive oils will typically come from mature plants with superior properties, which are more expensive to produce.

          Both types of oil have their place, you can use the cheap stuff for cleaning around the house, or in a scent machine. I would recommend obly using the more expensive essential oils on you body though.

          Source: My family owned a TTO oil farm for 20 years.

    • SEOC are alright, stay away from the PC (Premium commercial grade), BN (Blended Natural), and type oils if you want pure oils.

      Oil Grades

  • dōTERRA. 👍