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Roll-On Botanical Therapy (10ml) - Be Genki

Roll-On Botanical Therapy (10ml)


A gentle, soothing blend of organic essential oils with a roll-on dispenser to calm the chaos whilst on-the-go. It’s as calming as listening to ocean sounds whilst someone gives you a foot rub.

Emotional Benefits

Soothe stress and nervous tension
Quieten anxiety
Deter adrenal fatigue

Your Ritual

Find yourself a quiet moment, and gently roll the oil onto your wrist. Gently bring your wrists together, and inhale the calming scent. Breathe deeply. Or find a place on your neck so you can enjoy the aroma during the day. Reapply as and when desired so that you can get on with your day.

The Scent

A luxurious and uplifting, yet opulently-earthy aroma. Sweet, ethereal, floral notes. Joyful, light and lemony-fresh rosy scents. To delight the senses.


Cold-pressed virgin Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) oil*, Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martini) oil*, Rose Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) oil*, Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) oil*, Neroli (Citrus aurantium) oil*, Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) oil*.

* certified organic ingredients.  

Certified by Choose Cruelty Free. Certified by Safe Cosmetics Australia. 

Ingredient Properties

Blended with 100% pure and organic essential oils of Neroli, Rose Geranium, Palmarosa, Rose Otto and Patchouli, renowned for their relaxing, calming and uplifting effects on the body and mind.


Smells Like: An afternoon watching a sweet and spicy sunset in Italy.
Whilst this essential oil is rumoured to be one of the key ingredients in Coca-Cola’s secret recipe, it is most popular in creating perfumes. We like it for its sedative and antidepressant properties, which can help with states of anxiety and depression. It’s also used for treating dry, sensitive skin, improving the appearance of broken capillaries and stimulating the growth of healthy new cells.

Rose Geranium

Smells Like: A cup of tea on a pretty pink saucer covered in flowers.
More than just a crowd favourite at flower shows, this Egyptian native is renowned for its uplifting and calming effects on the nervous system, making it a go-to essential oil for remedying stress, anxiety, and even time-of-the-month or menopausal tension. It also helps to balance oil production in your skin, no matter your skin type, and target cellulite and fluid retention.


Smells Like: A sweet stroll through tall grass in India with fingers outstretched.
Derived from India and Nepal, this essential oil ticks a lot of boxes in the helpful department. It’s used for hydrating and treating undernourished skin, stimulating healthy cell regeneration, and balancing oil production. It’s also commonly used to remedy stress and anxiety, thanks to its calming, soothing properties.

Rose Otto

Smells Like: A rich, warm hug and half a dozen red roses. 
Rumoured to have featured in Cleopatra’s cosmetics case, this Bulgarian beauty has long been used to treat all skin types, especially dry or ageing skin, as well as remedying broken capillaries, redness or inflammation. Offering a romantic aroma, it’s also used as a gentle but strong relief for stress and depression, creating feelings of warmth and openness.


Smells Like: A walk through a green, mossy English woods after the rain. 
Loved by perfume creators everywhere, this essential oil is a delicious component to any fragrance. We love it because it works to remedy tense or nervous emotions, as it’s considered to help manage fatigue, stress, anxiety and depression. And your skin loves it, too, thanks to its renowned regenerative properties, which works to protect ageing skin.

All ingredients are sourced from reputable and ethical suppliers, each independently certified by the ACO (Australian Certified Organic). All Be genki oils comply with high standards of appearance, colour, odour, and undergo in-depth testing to produce chromatographic profiles for the various components within each essential oil that ensures therapeutic quality assurance, purity of natural elements and the assurance that no toxicity or contaminants are present. We wouldn’t have it any other way.