Get ready for fall and winter! Stock up on essential oil blends and rollers for home, school and office.
Back to school for everyone!
Feed your creativity, learn something new, try something different today. Some of the class topics include:
- Aromatherapy for menopause masterclass
- How to: Build your aromatherapy travel kit
- DIY aromatherapy home facial
- Using essential oils with your baby
Note* You will need a skillshare account to view some of these classes. There is a free trial available if you don’t already have an account.
Are you ready for an essential oil creative blending workshop challenge?
Want to start a new hobby in an afternoon?
Do you love the idea of making your own signature scent?
Do you love experimenting with essential oils….and like to make stuff?
With blending techniques under your belt, you will be ready for the creative blending challenge!
The regular fee is $55 (USD)
Nature Notes is committed to using pure essential oils.
We use pure, therapeutic grade essential oils to make the blends and are perfect for use in your diffuser. We offer an extensive selection of synergistic blends.
Nature Notes uses pure essential oils and other natural ingredients to bring you holistic natural skin care products. These are made in small batches with love to ensure quality and freshness.
You can also purchase individual essential oils:
Nature Notes is owned and operated by clinical aromatherapist Deanna Russell. We are a small business located in Calgary, Alberta. You can visit Deanna at various farmers markets and events- check out her locations to find her listed in the sidebar!
Nature Notes is proudly Canadian- and ships products within Canada. Digital products are available worldwide!
Most products are vegan and gluten free. Please read the provided ingredient lists so you can make an informed decision before you purchase a product.
Organic essential oils, carrier oils, and other ingredients are used wherever possible.
We never use:
- synthetic fragrances or fragrance oils in our products or blends
- artificial colors
- harsh chemicals
To learn more about how Nature Notes got started, you can read about it here.