Essentially Mia Essential Oils Line Product Launch
After more than one decade of operation, the nationally renowned fragrance oils line Mia Maison Home Fragrances officially introduced essential oils into the market.
Mia Maison is a known manufacturer of fragrance oils, and the company recently ventured into the production of essential oils—oils that do not just have aromatic properties, but also medicinal. These are the substances that are frequently used for aromatherapies and spa houses that offer medicinal packages.
Some of the essential oils that were released by the fragrance oil company include lavender (lavandula angustifolia), peppermint (menthe piperita), and rosemary (rosemarinus officinalis).
Lavender essential oil, aptly called “The Scent of Youth” by the company, is known for its calming effects, while Peppermint, which was given the name “The Scent of Energy”, has the properties that help boost energy and concentration. Rosemary “The Scent of Memory” may be very helpful for college students who are having trouble with their schoolwork because it aids in mental expansion.
Other essential oils that were released in the line include eucalyptus (eucalptus radiata) “The Scent of Balance”, patchouli (pogostemon cablin) “The Scent of Tranquility”, and lemongrass (cymbopagon flexuosus) “The Scent of Zen”, among others. The combined health benefits of these essential oils can lead to a moisturized skin, better moods, and even an improved metabolism.
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These 8 oils have been specifically selected by us because of their overall therapeutic benefit and the amazing scent and scent narrative they can tell.
Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia) – The Scent of Youth. Lavender essential oil is the most used oil in the world today. Fresh, floral, clean and calm, Lavender is known to reduce anxiety and emotional stress, soothes occasional skin irritations, improve sleep and restores skin complexion.
Peppermint (Mentha Piperita) – The Scent of Energy. Peppermint essential oil gives a cooling sensation and provides a sensory refresh. It’s also known to improve mental focus, boost energy, and provides cool comfort to tight muscles.
Eucalyptus (Eucalptus Radiata) – The Scent of Balance. Eucalyptus’ oil helps stimulate immunity, and provide antioxidant protection. It’s also used to help improve with respiratory circulation (breathing). Mix with Peppermint and this duo can sooth a cold fast. Eucalyptus, along with Lavender and Lemongrass also acts as natural insect repellent for common mosquitos.
Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) – The Scent of Healing. Tea Tree essential oil is widely used due to its antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. It’s been used to protect against environmental and seasonal bacteria and, in some cases, help with clean and rejuvenate the skin.
Rosemary (Rosemarinus Officinalis) – The Scent of Memory. Rosemary has been known to help with mental expansion, clarity and meditation. This woody, herbal scent is known to help reduce nervous tension and fatigue.
Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin) – The Scent of Tranquility. Patchouli essential oil has a very rich and earth aroma and has a grounding and balancing effect on emotions. It has been used as antidepressant and it lift moods. Oil of Patchouli also acts as natural insect repellant to certain small insects.
Grapefruit (Citrus Paradisi) – The Scent of Health. Grapefruit essential oil has been reported to be beneficial for improving metabolism. This energetic citrus plant also helps lift mood, and reduce mental and (to some degree) physical fatigue.
Lemongrass (Cymbopagon Flexuosus) – The Scent of Zen. This green, lemony and slightly bitter scented oil is a natural room deodorizer. It’s cleansing scent washes over anxiety and can help put you in a state of relaxation. Lemongrass is also known as a natural insect repellant for Mosquitos and fleas.
How to use essential oils
Much like fragrance oils, a lot of therapists, blogs, and people would recommend mixing drops of various flowers or plants either to each other, to milder carrier oils like coconut oil, and to other liquid substances like water. Mia Maison oils have been manufactured with the aim of increasing this versatility of their fragrances and essentials.
Mia Maison highly recommends adding a specific number of essential oil drops to medium like water and lotion for customers to produce their very own atomized, air purifiers, or skin moisturizers with longer lasting effects. Eucalyptus essential oil can actually be used alongside lavender or lemongrass as a natural, fragrant, and skin-mild insect repellant.
Mixing essential oils of similar properties, like eucalyptus and peppermint, are believed to enhance their respective effects and health benefits.
Here’s a handy guide in case you’d want to experiment.
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*Drops vary from oil to oil. This is just a general guide
1-2 drops oil with 4-5 drops of water
2 drops of oil for every 100ml water
10 drops for every 1 Liter
5 drops of oil for every 250ml lotion
Dilute with 4-5 drops of carrier oil per 1 drop of Essential Oil
Despite their medicinal properties, however, essential oils are not in any way edible or be mixed with food. These are exclusively for aromatherapy and topical use only.
About Mia Maison Oils
Mia Maison is a company that had its humble roots, in the house of founder Shirley L. Reyes. In 2006, the brand was first introduced to the public with a small kiosk in Glorietta. Three years later, the oils line received the Most Promising Retailer Award from the Ayala Merchant Awards.
After almost 10 years, Mia Maison became one of the leading brand of fragrance oils in the Philippines, and the introduction of essential oils will surely add more to the success of the brand. Mia Maison now has more than 70 stores nationwide.
Essentiall Mia is currently available in select 10 Mia Maison stores: SM Megamall, SM Aura Premier, Alabang Town Center, Greenbelt 5, Glorietta 1, Eastwood Mall, Uptown Mall, UP Town Center, Century Mall and Ayala Trinoma, SM Sta. Rosa, SM Marikina, and SM Pampanga. Price ranges from Php 429.75 to 909.75 depending on the oils.
- Eucalyptus – Php 429.75
- Patchouli – Php 454.75
- Peppermint – Php 544.75
- Lemongrass – Php 609.75
- Lavender – Php 629.75
- Tea Tree – Php 818.75
- Rosemary – Php 818.75
- Grapefruit – Php 909.75
You may purchase their products from their physical stores, as well as online, from their website www.miamaisonfragrances.com, while you can communicate directly with the company at their Facebook page www.facebook.com/miamaisonfragrances/.