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Scent Spotlight - Clove Cinnamon Vanilla


Clove Cinnamon Vanilla

 Clove      clove bud essential oil

Cloves were among the most precious of spices of Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. There are actually two types of clove essential oil: clove leaf, derived from the leaves of the evergreen clove tree, and clove bud, which is derived from the long buds that appear on the tree at the beginning of the rainy season.

Our Clove Cinnamon Vanilla cleaners are formulated with Clove Bud essential oil, which smells more like the spice you use when baking.

Clove Bud essential oil has antiviral and antimicrobial properties. It also works as an expectorant when breathed in, being a superior oil to use during cold and flu season.

Cinnamon  cinnamon bark essential oil

Cinnamon essential oil is a star in our book, and is a must-have oil for cold and flu season. Just like clove, there are two types of cinnamon essential oil: cinnamon leaf, derived from the leaves of the evergreen cinnamon tree, and cinnamon bark, which is derived from the bark of the tree.

Our Clove Cinnamon Vanilla cleaners are formulated with Cinnamon Bark essential oil, which also smells more like the spice you use when baking.

Cinnamon Bark essential oil has antiviral and antimicrobial properties. In fact, according to the US National Library of Medicine, cinnamon essential oil inhibits the growth of: Staph, Group A Strep, E.Coli, Salmonella, Proteus mirabilis, which causes UTIs, and Klebsiella pneumoniae, which is antibiotic resistant.

Vanilla  vanilla bean oil


Vanilla is one of the most popular scents in the world. The smell of vanilla is calming and can help relieve anxiety and PMS symptoms. Vanilla oil is known as a base note oil, which means it is a thicker oil that stays in the air longer due to it's weight.