Aromatherapy

Price: $200,000 + Stock
A unique opportunity to purchase a diverse well-established business of 19 years

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Business Overview

Full accounting figures are available for a buyer. This business is strictly Private and Confidential, and a C.A. must be signed. Vendors will be prepared to stay on to teach.

Long established business of some 19 years, selling Aromatherapy oils with the help of two staff members. Taxation figures shown should be prior to Covid, and after Covid, for a full explanation of this wonderful retail business. Located in outer SE suburbs, a comfortable factory location with cheap rent and long lease. Freehold is available, should you require it, at Market Value. Priced to sell and full assistance given.


Prior to Covid, this business had a Party Plan style system, teaching in-home workshops to groups of 6-10. They also ran 2 monthly advanced classes in a hall with 120-150 attending, and 2 days of seminars for 40-50 people each year.
Sadly, due to the Director’s health, they cannot restart this method of marketing and are looking at selling to a younger buyer with marketing experience to continue this entrenched business. The number of customers: Websites 2,260; Emails 2,000; Business Face Book 5,400; Facebook Private Group 1.100; and Instagram 858.

Aromatherapy is the science of using essential oils for therapeutic, mood enhancing and cosmetic benefits. It’s an old-time pharmacy. Since the beginning of human civilization, healers have looked to nature to provide remedies. For centuries essential oils have filled dispensaries and provided pharmacists with the raw materials to make medicines. It was not so long ago that you would take your prescription along to the local pharmacist and he or she would make up your cough mixture or cream from scratch, using herbs and essential oils. The modern medicines we see today evolved from these practices, but in our haste, we left the ‘whole’ of the plant behind. By returning to nature in its
entirety, we reduce side effects and work on the body as a whole.

The term ‘Aromatherapy’ can be misleading as it immediately makes us think only of smell. Whilst smell is a part of it, there are many other ways in which the oils work. Inhalation, bathing, and topical application are sometimes much more effective, depending on what the issue is.

A lot of the oils used therapeutically don’t appeal to our senses, some are so pungent they are used to repel insects! In this regard, you will choose oil for what it can do for you and apply it further away from your nose. They absorb quickly into the bloodstream when diluted and when used topically any leftover smell is minimal. A good example of this is the oil of Thyme, some love the smell, and some don’t. When you learn that it assists with phlegm coughs, lung infections, sore throats, bronchitis, and
asthma – you don’t care what it smells like. It also eases gout, arthritis, bloating, and flatulence and is a strong antimicrobial making it effective for gastro and candida. Emotionally Thyme fortifies us increasing stamina and willpower.

While there are hundreds of essential oils, the main 6 are:
Lavender – is one of the few oils we use undiluted safely on the skin. Often referred to as a first aid kit in a bottle it can be applied directly to wounds, cuts, burns, and abrasions. It eases stress and associated headaches and helps with mild insomnia. Lavender is the nurturing oil that helps you
create your own protected space.

Chamomile (German Blue) – is diluted in jojoba as an industry standard due to cost, so it can be applied safely directly on the skin as well. It is used for anything red and inflamed on the skin and features in many blends for pain, arthritis, and most skin conditions. One drop on a mouth ulcer and
it reduces overnight! On an emotional level, we use Chamomile to let go of life’s limitations and break negative patterns and old habits.

Eucalyptus – being Australian, we have a strong association with this plant. It is a potent antibacterial, antiseptic, and analgesic. Most commonly used for treatment and prevention of common colds and flu, it is also used in pain blends for muscular aches and pains, headaches, neuralgia, and shingles. Eucalyptus is the oil of integration, removing restrictions regrets and fears.

Peppermint – is one of the most used oils as it is so versatile. It can be found in blends for headaches through to foot balms. Its digestive properties are amazing – assisting with things like nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea, flatulence, and indigestion, whilst its analgesic properties mean it is an asset in a pain blend. It helps with itchy skin and clears sinus headaches. Peppermint helps you connect with your purpose in life.

Lemon – is a potent antibacterial, abates infection, reduces oily skin issues, clears the mind, stops nose bleeds, and is great for warts and boils. It is the oil of rationality and cools the spirit so that you can
respond rationally.

Tea Tree – is another well-known Australian oil that we grew up with. It has many uses, but it is strong, so we recommend that it be diluted. It is famous for its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and features in many recipes for things like athlete’s foot, thrush, cold sores, coughs, catarrh,
and sinus. It is the oil of understanding as it helps you find patience and
see other people’s points of view.

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