Updated: Jul 13, 2021
This is a question I get asked quite often and the honest answer is I don’t know because it is dependent on many factors, price, location, availability, quality. Etc.
How often have you heard the more expensive the better quality the oil! But what if you can't afford that brand or it’s not available in your area? Does that mean you shouldn’t use oils? Absolutely not!
I reviewed 5 brands available on the market in Czech Republic. DoTerra, Booming Bob, Nobilis Tila, Saloos and Prima Vera. I looked at their quality and production, website information and price and also my own personal opinion and experience about how I use them.
For most of my aromatherapy practice I use DoTerra essential oils. Simply because they are high quality and are tested to be used in all ways. Aromatically, topically and internally. Also they have a great member benefits for avid essential oil uses like myself who regularly order essential oils.
This is a Swedish brand, they focus themselves on being organically certified and are committed to producing sustainable and ecological products. If you want more information directly from them you can check out their website or you can also check out this interview I did with Anita from Booming Bob.
Nobilis Tila are a well known traditional Czech Brand, very affordable and great for making cosmetics and natural cleaning solutions. They have a huge range of essential oils and pre-made blends. They also have different vitamins available in serums, which are perfect for adding to cosmetics.
A German brand also with a big dedication to responsibly developing and sustainably producing ethically cultivate pristine-quality natural products.
After trying a few of their products I felt that the fragrance of the oils didn't really work well for me but i'm not sure why other than the fact I'm quite sensitive to different scents. However I still believe their products are great quality and produced at a high level from sourcing, production and testing.
This brand is widely stock across Czech Republic in many cosmetic and health food stores. Mainly because they are very affordable. There isn't much information about ow the oils are produced but for general aromatic use I like the single oils. Cheap and cheerful.
So there you have it 5 Essential oils brands to try. I know there are other more well know brands out there but I only review brands that I have tried myself. So as I will try other brands I will add them to this list. If you are an essential oil brand and would like me to review your brand feel free to contact me.