Is there anything better than a new essential oil?

Kunzea essential oil comes from a native shrub that grows wild along the southern coast of Australia and Tasmania, some of the most undisturbed areas in the world. The plant has pink and white flowers. Flowers that are pink are thought to help open and expand the heart chakra.

Some people maintain that Kunzea has a spicy and woodsy aroma, but I think it is more subtle than that. It smells a bit like tea tree essential oil, but more delicate and floral. When applied to the skin, it is also a bit gentler and milder than tea tree.

What Chemical Constituents Make Kunzea Special?

Kunzea contains high levels of alpha-pinene and eucalyptol that help to soothe muscles and reduce the appearance of blemishes. It also has overlapping chemical constituents with oregano, tea tree, frankincense, hyssop, and lilac.

How to Use Kunzea

Kunzea is labeled for topical and aromatic use and can be applied neat or diluted to the skin. There are no photosensitizing ingredients in Kunzea, so it is perfect to use all summer long even when you’re out in the sun.


Because it can reduce the appearance of blemishes, it is perfect to add into your daily skin care routine. Use only on a spot or add a drop to moisturizer and apply to the entire face.

Workout Routine

Kunzea is also perfect for a workout routine as it soothes fatigued muscles. Add a few drops to melted coconut oil and allow to harden in the refrigerator to create an easy muscle rub. Or even apply directly to the chest before working out.

Make a Friendship Roller Ball

This is one of my favorite roller blends, and it makes a great gift for all of your besties. (Pssst. . .be sure to make one up for yourself too!) Get the recipe here.

Want to learn more about Kunzea?

Check out this post, 10 Ways to Use Kunzea Essential Oil. Or come watch a video about Kunzea.