Many of the oils they talk about our carrier oils like jojoba oil and coconut oil. But a couple are what most people think of when hearing "essential oils," and we carry both. Not only do we carry them, but of course we carry the only line of essential oils we're aware of that have undergone clinical testing to verify their health benefits. This is with an alternate health technology, but one we love for its progressive understanding of how the heart works. (Read more about this on our essential oils page.)
The two that fall into the traditional category of essential oils are lavender oil, which is possibly the most flexible and the most widely of all essential oils. They point out that it promotes hair growth and improves the "overall quality of the strands."
They also point to peppermint essential oil, which can stimulate the hair and scalp. They recommend massaging it into the scalp at least once a week. We like the idea (and personally find that a couple drops of peppermint oil rubbed directly onto the belly is tremendous in addressing stomach aches), but caution you to use a carrier oil, as peppermint oil is very powerful and may provide a burning sensation. Always patch test any oil you want to use on your skin.
We're big fans of essential oils, as we are any natural products that carry so many benefits. And with essential oils, you get the benefit of amazing smells. In fact, these smells are a big part of the power, and as with all our essential oils inhalers, these oils can be used strictly on a scent basis to provide a positive impact as shown by the science of olfaction (smell) and how smells trigger different responses in the brain.