Plant Therapy Releases Its Annual Line of Popular Holiday Essential Oil Blends

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Anticipated by essential oil enthusiasts and aromatherapists each year, Plant Therapy's 2017 Holiday Blends are now available.

Holiday Blend Essential Oils

Plant Therapy Holiday Blends Released

“We listened to feedback from our customers on new holiday blends they wanted, and our Certified Aromatherapists did an amazing job bringing the scents to life.”

Plant Therapy, a leader in the aromatherapy industry, announced the release of six new essential oil holiday blends to coincide with the season.

The oils in the 2017 line of limited-release synergy blends are expected to be among the company’s most popular products of the holiday season.

The new collection was formulated by Plant Therapy’s staff of Certified Aromatherapists and includes Candy Cane, Winter Wreath, Spiced Apple Cider, Gingerbread, Christmas Tree and Snow Flurries.

Each blend comes in a 10-mL bottle, and with a free gift — a matching aroma stone ornament (while supplies last). The oils are available individually or in gift sets. Each oil and gift set is designed to be a treasured personal keepsake or gift.

“Our Holiday Blends have been enormously popular in past years,” said Chris Jones, President of Plant Therapy. “We listened to feedback from our customers on new holiday blends they wanted, and our Certified Aromatherapists did an amazing job bringing the scents to life.”

Each of the six essential oil blends in the Holiday Blends set contain 100% pure, high-quality essential oils that embody the unmistakable aromas of the season.

About Plant Therapy
Founded in 2011, Plant Therapy is a leading supplier of essential oils and accessories. Based in Twin Falls, Idaho, we provide the absolute highest-quality essential oils and are committed to educating our customers on their uses, safety and efficacy. Our products include organic essential oils, carrier oils, blends, KidSafe Synergies and pre-diluted roll-ons as well as accessories such as diffusers, books and natural body care. Find more information on our website: http://www.planttherapy.com.

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