Why YOURS use essential oils in our cleaning products

Why YOURS use essential oils in our cleaning products

Essential oils have a multitude of positive benefits. Derived from plants, they are produced using distillation, which creates a pure and very concentrated, powerful product. Use of essential oils can relieve physical illnesses, and help with stress and anxiety relief.
In YOURS cleaning products, we use them for a variety of reasons, depending on the properties of the plant. Not only do the oils fragrance your home naturally, but they all have excellent qualities related to the plant.


One of the oldest spices, it has strong anti-parasitic and anti-viral properties. It also can help to relieve headaches and promote relaxation, as well as infusing your home with the warm, musky smell.


Tea tree 
Somewhat a super-oil, tea tree has been used by the indigenous Aboriginals for hundreds of years as a medicinal treatment. Widely studied, tea tree oil is anti-bacterial, anti-septic, and anti-inflammatory. It’s also really good for your skin, meaning that using tea tree oil in our cleaning products can help eliminate bad allergens and replace them with something positive. If that wasn’t enough, it’s a natural insect repellent too.


With a powerful refreshing scent, this oil is excellent at helping to eliminate bad odours, great for bathrooms. The strong scent also deters flies and other insects, which is why this is a main ingredient in our ‘Fly Off’ surface cleaner. Containing a chemical ‘cineole’, it can reduce inflammation and help with healing.



Antiseptic, antiviral, astringent, bactericidal, disinfectant- is there anything Lime essential oil doesn’t do? The smell of lime is refreshing and invigorating. Stimulate the senses while cleaning using naturally antiseptic lemongrass and lime surface cleaner.
These are only some of the amazing essential oils that you can find in our products. Look in our online store to see our full range, and reap the benefits of the pure essential oils in our eco-positive products.