Each bottle of essential oil is good to the last drop, but what do you do when that last drop of your favourite is gone? Don’t stress — there are plenty of ways to swap from one oil to another and exchange essential oils to make sure you always have your favourite options handy. ⁠
We have essential oils you can trade out for your most-used favourites. See how to substitute essential oils for scent, skin and savour below!⁠

If you’ve run out of your favourite scent or want to try an alternative, check out our suggestions here:⁠
Lemon ↔ Lemongrass⁠
Idaho Grand Fir ↔ Idaho Blue Spruce⁠
Peppermint ↔ Wintergreen⁠
Jasmine ↔ Ylang Ylang⁠
Looking for something to add to your lotion or up your skincare routine?⁠
Tea Tree ↔ Geranium⁠
Jasmine ↔ Myrrh ⁠
Lemon ↔ Grapefruit ⁠
Ylang Ylang ↔ Helichrysum⁠
Lavender ↔ Frankincense⁠
Swap in your favourite flavours with our range of tasty plus oils:⁠
Tangerine+ ↔ Orange+⁠
Basil+ ↔ Oregano+⁠
Cinnamon Bark+ ↔ Clove+⁠

For a deeper, scientific method to substitute, get the book Chemistry of Essential Oils by Dr David Stewart. He teaches us how to look for similar constituents within the oils, and use that to find other oils with similiar/close constituents.

HEY, TDO MEMBERS, DID YOU KNOW: We have oils that is labelled for food flavouring? Same oil, but different label, as required by Health Canada. It's called the PLUS line. Look for the bottle with the white label, with the (+) sign.  Want to know more about these oils? Log into our members hub and check it out here!