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I’ve seen so many Plant Therapy essential oils reviews lately, this brand seems to be popping up all over comment sections! Everyone is raving about it being a great alternative to the more expensive MLM brands. So of course I had to try these little nuggets out.

If you’re new to essential oils and your mind is doing roundabouts trying to figure out which oil to put where don’t fret! 

This brand has a strong focus on educating their customers and have a strong give back attitude. I believe they offer quality essential oils.

Not only did I invest in Plant Therapy oils but I’ve taken it upon myself to purchase a vast range of essential oils to dig deep into the quality and the ethics behind of each brand I review.

If you’re wondering what tests I’m talking about take a look at my testing methods here.

Just little ol’ me getting my essential oil testing onnnn.

If you’re new to essential oils and your mind is doing roundabouts trying to figure out which oil to put where don’t fret! 

This brand has a strong focus on educating their customers which I love and I believe they offer quality essential oils.

Long are the days of forking out loads of dough for quality oils, Plant Therapy tries its best to offer affordable products and I’m definitely on board with this! So what’s this brand really about and how ethical is their sourcing I hear you ask? Let me spill the beans.

Who are they and what are they about?

Plant Therapy has a wholesome feel about them, I think this comes down to the fact that they are a family-run business and it shows. It started in 2009 when Plant Therapy President Chris Jones bought a small natural beauty products company from his mother-in-law, an aromatherapist. He saw a need in the market for high-quality essential oils at affordable prices. 

When sourcing my essential oils I like to focus on brands whose mission is to provide quality, affordable essential oils. Whilst scrolling through their website I felt Plant Therapy continually highlighted this.

Founder Chris Jones and the team, once again doing there bit for a good cause.

Plant Therapy was officially founded in 2011 and is based in Twin Falls, Idaho. It all kicked off pretty quickly with them moving from their original 1,200 square-foot space to a 6,000 square-foot, three-story building in only 1 year! Talk about rapid growth! Originally an online store, Plant Therapy now has 3 different retail locations in Idaho. 

With there being so much to digest on the essential oils subject, it’s nice to have a brand out there that is all about educating its customers.

“We want to give you the tools and know-how so that you can safely use essential oils and understand the ingredients we use in our products.”

They’ve put a lot of effort into their website, it reminds me of a science teacher who clearly knows what they are talking about and loves their job. They use visual images throughout that connect with you. I don’t know about you but I’m definitely a more visual learning kinda gal, so I find their attention to design helps me take in and retain the information easier. 

Sustainability & Ethics

They have a strong ‘give back’ attitude, with their “Planting Kindness” scheme. They give monthly donations to a wide variety of local, national, and international charities. They even donate income from certain product sales to that month’s highlighted charity. So you can also feel like you’re giving back when you purchase a product from them. 

I found a really heart warming video of the founder, Chris Jones visiting Bombor 5 years after providing safe drinking water for the community. This company proves time and time again their transparency and trustworthiness.

They promote sustainability by always being on the hunt for ways to reduce waste and make a positive impact on the environment.

In terms of sourcing their website states they have:

 “Long-standing relationships with farms, distilleries, and other ingredient suppliers based on trust and consistent product quality and purity.”

They also mention that all oils are ethically and sustainably sourced. Their blog has numerous posts with photos and evidence of their visits to farms and distilleries across the world such as Moroccothe Philippines, and France

Each bottle also provides the country of origin, but it gets confusing as sometimes this is listed with up to 3 different countries.

Are they organic? 

Plant Therapy offers 47 organic oils, that’s a pretty big selection compared to other essential oil brands. Included in this is their Lavender organic oil, a personal favourite of mine.

Plant Therapy Essential Oils Reviews
Getting my chill on with my lavender Plant Therapy oil and Vitruvi diffuser in the kitchen.

There is the question “Are organic oils better?” my answer would probably be yes, it just eliminates (or does its best to) the use of chemicals at the source.

Quality & Testing

What I do like about this brand is their transparency with testing. They offer third-party testing, with all their results available online. 

They want you to feel comfortable and knowledgeable about the products you are using. The resources available on their website are fantastic, it’s the first time I’ve seen a brand go into so much detail and I love it!

Their bottling, packaging, fulfillment, and shipping are done in Twin Falls, Idaho. This allows them to maintain strict quality control over their products.


There’s a large selection of single oils available and I’m particularly impressed with the organic amount. They also offer their blends range where you can find anything from a ‘blues buster’ to a ‘brain aid.’

I love to put my feet up after a long day and use Plant Therapy’s Lavender oil in my diffuser, it’s perfect to de-stress and relax.

Side note: If you’re after a beautiful designed and strong smelling diffuser I use a Vitruvi Stone Ceramic Diffuser. I absolutely love it!

Organic Lavender now available in 30ml bottle, woo!

Like the bigger brands out there Plant Therapy offers a ‘KidsSafe’ line and an animal-safe line called ‘Pup & Pony.’ I’d always ask a doctor or vet before using these lines though, just to be on the safe side.

The range in bottle sizes can be anywhere from 5ml to 100ml, this gives you a great window depending on your budget and how often you use certain oils.


It’s safe to say Plant Therapy is in the middle ground when it comes to their prices. Not too high and not extremely low that you’re questioning their quality. They also have various offers on their oils!

As the entire process is completed in one location, from products into bottles, too sealing and shipping, they manage to keep our costs down.

Like MLM brands in the market, Plant Therapy has no sales team, commissions, or sales incentive giveaways that encourage you into buying more oils than you need or rope you into buying a minimum every month. If you’ve read any of my other articles you’ll know by now, I’m all for cutting out the middlemen in this industry. With Plant Therapy, there are no middlemen, retailers, distributors, or an upline to inflate the final price that you pay. The result is an affordable price for your essential oils.

They also offer their own ‘Plant Therapy Rewards’ scheme, where you can earn points as you shop.

Customer Service

They offer a 100% money-back guarantee within 90 days of purchase. Even if you’ve opened or used your product! I feel when companies do this they must have so much confidence in their product which makes my trust in them even higher!

There is an easy-to-fill form so no need to faff around with emails and phone numbers.


I have full trust in the Planreally enjoyed using Plant Therapy and they will con their website is user-friendly and they have thought about the little things. 

I think their varied lines such as kids and pets allow me to feel at ease when using essential oils around the house. All in all, I’d recommend this brand to anyone wanting to give some quality essential oils a go.


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