Follow:

Thursday Plantation essential oils review, DIY ideas, & giveaway

Thursday Plantation essential oils review

The products: Thursday Plantation 100% Pure Eucalyptus Oil, Tea Tree Oil, and Lavender Oil

I like to go the natural route whenever I can, so I’ve been playing around a lot with essential oils this year. In a rather fortuitous turn of events, I was sent this lovely kit from Thursday Plantation just weeks after I fell in love with tea tree oil, and I’ve been using it non-stop in all sorts of ways ever since!

Thursday Plantation is an Australian company that sells essential oils (these three key oils, plus smaller aromatherapy oils like rosewood and patchouli), ready-made products (mostly things with tea tree and aloe), and facial oils. I’m just focusing on these three for the moment, but I’m excited to branch out someday… maybe when I’m braver.

Lavener oil diy beauty

The one thing that always kills me about essential oils is how expensive they can be, so it was awesome to see how affordable and high-quality these oils are. They’re 100% pure and packaged in amber glass, and they come in a range of sizes. The eucalyptus oil, which is great for sanitizing things around the house, comes in 100 and 200ml versions as well; the tea tree comes in smaller sizes (perfect if you’re just going to be using it as an acne treatment); and the lavender oil comes in a 50 ml for those of you who want to get really soothed.

(Not me. I’m not here for the soothing at allll.)

Thursday Plantation essential oils review sizing

Overall, the Thursday Plantation range is more affordable than something like Aura Cacia and more expensive than NOW Solutions, but I prefer it over both: Aura Cacia sells some excellent organic oils, but I find they have trouble with quality control, and NOW Solutions sells really affordable carrier oils, but their more delicate oils can be questionable–their rosehip oil, for instance, is utter crap. Again, I haven’t tried the full Thursday Plantation lineup so my opinion may change someday, but I was very happy with the quality of these!

Thursday Plantation has a 100 Uses for TP campaign going on that’s pretty cool–as you might have guessed, it’s a list of 100 things that you can use these three oils for (sadly not a list of 100 uses for toilet paper), but here are some of my favourites.

Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Oil review

Tea tree oil ($23.99 CAD/50 ml) 

Tea tree oil is Thursday Plantation’s big thing, and they do it very well. It’s 100% pure and contains at least 30% more terpinen-4-ol (the part of tea tree oil that makes it germicidal) than is required by international standards, so even a single drop is a very effective antiseptic.

According to Thursday Plantation, tea tree oil “inhibits a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi […] and does not inhibit normal cell growth,” so it’s safe to use on small cuts and stuff to clean the area without a broad-spectrum antibiotic.

  • Great for treating pimples and bug bites
  • Treating infections like athlete’s foot or boils
  • Used as a household cleaner
  • When diluted (I used 3 drops in 1 cup of filtered water), tea tree makes a very effective alcohol- and mint-free mouthwash. Beware, however: it’s very bitter and not for internal use, so swish and spit!
  • Helps deodorize things like shoes and surfaces when mixed with a few tablespoons of baking soda
  • Natural analgesic (like a mild clove oil)
  • And, finally… I’m NOT a doctor, but I get recurrent yeast infections and the antifungals my doctor was giving me were messing up my gut flora without helping my yeast infections one bit. I’ve been using tea tree oil (1 drop diluted in 1 ml virgin coconut oil to make 3 small suppositories) to treat my yeast infections, and it literally cleared up my season-long yeast infection overnight. If you’re having trouble too, do a little research–for me, using a natural antifungal was a far better option than pharmaceuticals, but I’m just one example!

Thursday Platnation eucalyptus oil review

Eucalyptus oil ($9.99 CAD/50 ml)

I love the scent of eucalyptus oil, so when I found out that it kills 99.9% of household germs and helps relieve cold symptoms, I was pretty thrilled.

  • Making use of those 99.9% germ killer properties & cleaning countertops, spills, floors, and sinks in lieu of chemical cleaners with artificial fragrances!
  • A couple drops in a bottle of distilled water as a tasty mouth rinse
  • Used diluted as an oil rub for muscle aches or colds
  • Used in a diffuser or humidifier for a cold
  • I haven’t tried these yet, but I’ve heard that eucalyptus oil can remove grease and tar stains, and is great added to the wash to freshen up your clothes!

Thursday Plantation lavender oil review

Lavender oil ($19.99 CAD/25 ml)

Thursday Plantation lavender oil is distilled only from Lavandula angustifolia flowering herb tops, and it smells lovely.

  • Used diluted or in a bath to help treat eczema or psoriasis
  • Dabbed onto insect bites to help soothe them
  • A few drops on a felt dryer ball to freshen laundry!

The verdict + a giveaway!!

I haven’t tried the more delicate oils from the Thursday Plantation range yet, but I was very happy with these three. The quality is great and the brand’s pricing is on par with something like Desert Essence, and I love that Thursday Plantation uses amber glass to keep their oils safe & sound.

In fact, I’ve been getting such great use out of these oils that I wanted to share the love with YOU, so I reached out to Thursday Plantation’s PR firm here in Canada to ask if they had an extra Essentials kit to share with a lucky reader. And guess what? They did!

So, if you want to get your inner DIY maven on, enter using the widget below. This giveaway will be open to Canadian residents over the age of majority (or with parental consent) for two weeks and close at 11:59 PM MST on July 3rd. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Share:
Previous Post Next Post
Disclaimer: this post may contain affiliate links and/or products submitted to theNotice for editorial consideration. To find out more, please visit our About/Disclaimer page.

You may also like

  • jan

    I like putting essential oil in a massage carrier and in my bath

  • glogirl3

    I like to use essentials oils just rubbed directly onto the skin.

  • Kate & Zena

    Let me just say this: THOSE ARE SOME GIANT ASS BOTTLES! My own Auracacia bottle of peppermint is, like, half of that size!!!!

    I love to use oils in my shower to bring a scent to them for a few seconds (because, uh, water washes it away quickly) to help ease my migraines. I use peppermint as that's what I use at my massages and it brings back really wonderful memories of my grandma.

    Peppermint is a known muscle relaxant so I'll use a drop or two and rub it into my neck when I feel a headache coming on too. It's really calming just to have the scent right there.

    • RIGHT?? They're absolutely massive!!

      Ugh, Aura Cacia peppermint oil. I had to give mine away — it was really concentrated, but my bottle was just so sticky-sweet. I couldn't stomach the smell (and I usually LOVE peppermint oil), much less the taste.

      I love the idea of using a couple drops of oil in the shower! I'm going to have to try that with my eucalyptus oil; I bet it'll be just divine.

  • Angela Mitchell

    I use essential oils in nebulizers. I have 2 of them in my home and I just love them!

  • I want to try the tea tree oil. I like to put it in my shampoor and wash my hair. Makes my scalp feel squeaky clean.
    My recent post IPL Arizona Bikini Competition Make-up Look

    • Oh cool! I wouldn't have thought to try that, but now I'm super curious about it–will definitely give it a go!

  • anniie

    I love using oils to keep spiders away and to relax my muscles!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

    • You can use oils to keep spiders away?? Sign me RIGHT up for that! ;)

  • Rebby

    I love essential oils for relaxation and headaches!

  • I actually use my essential oils in a diffuser. Eucalyptus is my absolute favorite and if I really need calm, I'll pop in some Lavender and mint.

    • Ooh, that's a great way to use them!! I'm still diffuser-less, but that sounds gorgeous. I love the smell of eucalyptus, and I totally need to try lavender and mint together soon!

  • I have only ever used tea tree oil (spot treatment) but oh boy would I love to play with these! I find oils really fascinating, but like you said – it can be pricey! And so hard to find good quality stuff too.
    My recent post Makeup Collection: Bronze and Gold

    • Good luck, Jodi!! <3 <3 I hope you get to play with some Thursday Plantation oils soon!

  • wobbless13

    i put a few drops in my dryer balls to get clothes smelling so nice

  • Linda

    I like to put a few drops of essential oils in a pot of boiled water to clear the apartment of bad smells.

  • Teresa Luong

    Never tried essential oils before but they look interesting!

  • magscheung

    Love to use essential oil when I am drawing a bathub of water! Allows me to relax when I add essential oil to my bath. Thank you for the chance!

  • Stephanie Grant

    I love using it in my bath water and spritzing it on my bed linens.

  • Pingback: theNotice - Aroma Foundry essential oil review, comparison, DIY ideas - theNotice()