Aura Cacia Spearmint Essential Oil
100% Pure Essential Oil 15 mL

This sweet, minty oil offers a softer, more gentle energy than its botanical cousin peppermint. You can blend spearmint oil with lavender oil to make a calming children’s bath.

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Botanical Name: Mentha spicata

Ingredients: Mentha spicata (spearmint) oil

Product Notes:

  • Color: Pale yellow to colorless
  • Viscosity: Mobile
  • Top Note: Very fresh, sweet, minty, green, weedy
  • Middle Note: Strong, warm, minty-weedy, sweet
  • Dry Note: Warm, minty
  • Aromatherapy Actions: Cooling, gently vitalizing, refreshing.
  • Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.

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Ali: a few months ago

This is great for making my own toothpaste, a change from peppermint

Shelley: a few months ago

great product just a bit small bottle size compared to NOW brand.

Alicia: a few months ago

Great price for great quality! My favorite smell, soft and sweet :)

Brenda: about a year ago

Great quality! One of my faves!

Shannon: about a year ago

First time trying this oil and love it! It's so much nicer in toothpaste and mouthwash than peppermint is in my opinion. I've also used it to make wonderful smelling Christmas body scrubs!

Dani: more than a year ago

Love this oil. Aura Cacia's spearmint is beautiful. Very potent but so mild and comforting in it's applications. I once used this instead of peppermint in a homemade lip balm and it turned out beautifully. You aren't "slammed" with a mint or the tingling that sometimes goes along with peppermint, but the scent was beautiful, juicy and took me back to being a kid and chewing old-fashioned spearmint gum. It is very soothing and helps with mood and clarity.

Alicia: more than a year ago

Great smell

Alex: more than a year ago

the smells great love using it

Pat: more than a year ago

I've only used it in diffusers at this point, and the smell reminds me of my dentist, which is a smell that I don't care for. Mixing it with lavender for example is a quick fix for that though. Using it in toothpaste makes a whole lot of sense.

Katie: more than a year ago

Well priced and you don't need to use much at all. I bought it to make my own toothpaste, but also put a few drops in cleaners we make just for the freshness of it.

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