What is Harmonized Water?

If you take a look at the label on your Osmosis products, you will see that all contain the mysterious “Harmonised Water”, and you can even purchase it by the bottle — but what is it?

According to Dr Ben Johnson, founder and creator of Osmosis, every cell in your body has its own frequency much like a fingerprint. Harmonized Water works by communicating therapeutic frequency imprinted on the water molecule. Harmonized Water resets cell frequencies, restoring the body to an optimal state. Then, as organ systems improve, so does the skin. 

Harmonized Water is designed to function in 3 ways:

  • Recalibrating imbalanced cells throughout the body

  • Cancelling harmful frequencies

  • Replacing and enhancing the body's natural frequencies

Vibrational Frequencies

All cells vibrate in very specific ways. Within our cells, each component (electrons, protons, quarks, muons, etc) vibrates. In each cell, there are thousands (if not millions) of tiny cellular components that radiate energy and light as a team. From a broader point of view, every organ is also a compilation and has a unique vibration when it is healthy and differing vibrations when it is sick (unbalanced). It is the compilation of "musical notes" of every cell's vibration that make cells, organs, humans, and everything else look and feel solid. Quantum physics has proven this. Growth factors and hormones also have distinctive vibrations. Even thoughts are made of measurable vibrational frequency that impacts our cells positively or negatively. When disease states set in, vibrational rates change as does the physical appearance of the tissue involved. For example, red blood cells maintain different frequencies and appearance when they are in a lower pH and/or when there is less oxygen present. 

Disease and Imbalance

Disease develops in the human body from pathogens, the ingestion and inhalation of toxins, negative thoughts or a combination of any and all of them. Everything is energy and so all of these influences change healthy vibrations into unhealthy or unbalanced ones. The body often works to restore the tissues to their normal vibratory rate but that obviously does not always occur. Drugs offer vibrational energy solutions but sometimes they contain energies that are toxic resulting in energetic imbalances and causing side effects. Human physiology is an amazing, interconnected maze of energetic checks and balances. Medicine, in many instances, has suggested that altered physiology is the effect of a system gone haywire as opposed to a system that is operating to the best of its ability in light of the changes forced upon it by outside influences. The future of medicine will use more targeted treatments that do not interfere with normal cellular functions. Harmonized Water empowers the body to recalibrate without interfering with normal physiology. 

Our cellular vibrations come from the universal energy that creates us. They are pulses of energy that are "refreshed" in nanoseconds on an individual basis. However, our life choices including outside influences like alcohol, sugar, and negative thinking leave "toxic energy clouds" that interfere with the healthy vibrations leaving energetic and physiologic imbalances. The more toxins that are in our system, the more imbalanced the affected tissue energy becomes. One of the goals of Harmonized Water is to negate the damaging aspects of these toxins.

The Technology

Harmonized Water contains several revolutionary breakthroughs to achieve its success. It helps to balance tissue disharmonies by delivering beneficial radio frequencies (in the form of scalar waves) to the cells using water as a carrier. The frequencies we use have been determined by a proprietary math formula that allows us to reverse engineer most substances and determine their actual vibrational rate. We then imprint these frequencies on water molecules by forming scalar waves (waves that pulse from rest). Harmonized Waters can communicate to the cell with a language that is better recognized and more specific than the frequencies of commonly used remedies.


Drinking Harmonized Water (available as an oral spritz) results in a modification of the "toxic filter" which allows healthy cellular activity to return. It provides harmony to a disorganized section of anatomy but it does not affect cells operating in harmony already. It can maximize healthy activity and reduce disharmonic vibrations in a variety of physiologic abnormalities in the body. For this reason, there are not any side effects.

We have had remarkable success since the inception of Harmonized Water. All of the results are guaranteed. Harmonized Water is not a medicine or a drug, it is a water that balances cellular disharmonies, and as a result, the body may heal itself.

Today & Tomorrow

Harmonized Water is not just about neutralizing imbalanced frequencies. The possibilities are endless.

Visit MISS FOX to discuss the Osmosis range, or shop online at our MISS FOX Boutique. Article courtesy of Osmosis Skincare.


With the holiday period fast approaching, it is easy to get caught up in the frantic nature of this time of year.  As our diaries fill with engagements, as we over indulge and push the limits it comes as no surprise that stress, anxiety and exhaustion levels are heightened.  

Whilst the holiday period can be a very exciting time, it is important to take a moment to check in with yourself and consider a few of the following tasks to maximise your wellbeing into the new year. 

Routine & Daily Rituals

Often the first thing that goes when we experience heightened periods of stress  is our routine.  It's important not to forget the daily activities and tasks that might occur automatically, but bring purpose and meaning to your day. I like to refer to these tasks as ‘daily rituals’ — they may be small but they are functions that sustain you, make you feel good from the inside-out and help kick start your brain to build positive habits (and start to change the ones that don’t serve you). 

Aside from the usual routine of eating well, and getting plenty of rest and exercise, daily rituals could include: walking a little further for your morning coffee to clear your mind, starting each morning with an affirmation you’ve written, attending a different gym or yoga class to challenge yourself, meditating for 10 minutes each morning or reading a new book, considering a new hobby or creative pursuit to engage your brain in a different way, cleaning your home or office with intent and seeing it as an opportunity to cleanse your environment.

Make Yourself a Priority

 Recognising and honouring yourself during this time is vitally important. There are a number of cultural and societal beliefs that allude to self care as being a selfish act. This is untrue.  Rather I like to see self care as a courageous act that sees you showing up in your world and embodies self-responsibility.

Honouring yourself isn’t always easy.  Often coming to a place of comfort with your self care routine takes time as it is a learning process - to unlearn negative ways of caring for ourselves and embrace positive ones.  A good place to start is by reflecting on your boundaries; what feels right and what doesn’t? What is it that you want and value in your life and what don’t you?  This generates a list of positive and negatives that can guide you and bring to attention areas within your life that can be adopted or changed. 

When we have a clearer idea of what we want and value, we tend to be more comfortable with setting boundaries and using the big “NO” word.  One of the most common behaviours we continue to do is say ‘Yes’ to something we don’t want to do and then give ourselves a hard time for doing so.   This can be a difficult skill to learn for most people, particularly if you are a people pleaser, but its not impossible!  So let’s try to interrupt this pattern and think about each action or request we are about to enter into over the holiday period, pause and create some space to think about it, ensure it feels right prior to responding.  If it doesn’t it may be a great time to practice NO.

It is also important to regularly check in with how you feel in a particular situation or given moment. Do a quick ‘emotion check’ – how am I feeling right now and start to honour that emotion.  If you are sad, acknowledge this, if you are uncomfortable acknowledge this, if you are nervous acknowledge this.  Being mindful of your emotions rather than trying to supress or ignore them is powerful & allowing you to be present in the moment.  

Self care is listening to your body and caring for it physically, emotionally and mentally, eating, drinking and socialising in moderation and being really clear on your limits. Often we push ourselves to fit everything into our calendar and get to the end of the year exhausted. Lets attempt to slow down just a little.

Be a Mindful Consumer

With increasing societal pressures to give Christmas gifts and spend copious amounts of money on the newest gift crazes, we are unknowingly creating extraordinary financial stresses, debts and burdens that follow us into the New Year. 

If you haven’t already completed your shopping, rethink your gift giving strategy to include more mindful consumption practices.  Being mindful means you embody an awareness that allows you to make clear decisions, remaining in touch with your priorities & underlying motives for spending and helps you to become conscious of the value placed on certain material items.  Being mindful also means you are shopping within your means.  

 Create a ‘mindful budget’ for each family member or friend you wish to buy for and stick to it.   Consider purchasing from stores that support your local community or that give back to charity.  Consider giving mindful gifts that provide an experience or require the receiver to do something:  a set of paints to create an artwork, a book to aid self-development or a ticket to a local gallery or show.

Create Intentions & Small Goals

Creating new intentions and setting small goals can give you a real meaningful boost and provides you some quiet moments to ponder and reflect on your achievements and set backs over the year. Realistic goals and small intentions that affirm what’s important to you don’t need to wait until New Years Eve! In fact often we feel so pressured to have a New Years Resolution that we create these huge endeavours that are difficult to achieve and leaves us feeling disillusioned and discouraged with our efforts.  So start now.  Nothing too hectic or extreme, just small and repeatable functions you can carry out to honour your self and your needs.


Be Realistic About Family:

Family dynamics are often amplified during the holiday period as we come together with people we have not seen for some time, don’t wish to see, or are expected to maintain a jovial relationship with.  Even the most tolerant and happy of family members may find themselves feeling burdened by expectations, unable to meet the demands placed upon them or feeling  triggered by unexpected emotions or unresolved tensions.  

Conflict within families is common.  It’s important to remember this and allow yourself space if and when you need it.  Remember that you may not have control over your family members; what they say or how they act, but you do have control over yourself and your actions.

 Putting healthy boundaries in place around what you will do with family, what you can and cannot contribute over this period and clarifying expectations can be immensely helpful. Setting time limits for family functions and communicating this on your arrival allows everyone to be clear about your commitments or limitations on the day.  This helps you maintain a sense of control in an environment that might otherwise feel out of control and will hopefully assist you in making good use of the time you have allocated to your family. 

Reach out

The message we are told is that the holiday period is a time for “happiness, family unity and holiday cheer” but for many people the reality is anything but. As Christmas approaches it can be an incredibly tense and tough period.  Loneliness, hardship, grief and loss can significantly increase stress levels and one’s ability to cope resulting in disruption and mental health issues. 

Sadly, many of us remain silent about how difficult Christmas actually is, how burdened you may feel by all the expectations or how lonely or isolated you are.  Speaking up is ‘just not in the spirit of Christmas’.  This means many of our difficult experiences or hardships go unheard and unnoticed.

In acting mindfully, I encourage you to check in with how you are coping (or not coping) and reach out for help if you are struggling. No man is an island, you’re not expected to go it all alone.  Reaching out can feel odd at first but it is often the first step required to getting the help you deserve.  Speak to a friend, a neighbour, a counsellor or a colleague. For those that are isolated or need someone more formal to speak to a number of telephone support services are available over this period and will be listed at the end.  

If you feel capable giving of your self can be a great antidote to feelings of depression, loneliness and isolation.  For those who have no family to celebrate with volunteering at a shelter or food truck that prepares meals - Ruff Sleepers is a popular and much needed option. Get creative, contact your local council or charity and check what they have happening within the local community that you can get involved in or help with.


Lifeline on 13 11 14

Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800

MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978

Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467

Beyond Blue on 1300 2246 36

About Brooke Cefai

Brooke Cefai is a Melbourne based Counsellor & Wellbeing Facilitator who has spent two decades working in a number of diverse counselling and wellness settings in Sydney & Melbourne. This includes the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Victims Services NSW, PWD Abuse & Neglect Hotline, Mission Australia Counselling Services, and Essential Energies Wellbeing Centre. Brooke’s qualifications include a Graduate Diploma of Counselling and Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Wellness qualifications include a Certificate of Metaphysics and Advanced Certificate of Spiritual Healing. She is professionally registered with the Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).

Brooke uses a holistic approach to counselling that draws on a number of counselling models and techniques chosen specifically to meet a person’s current needs. This approach considers physiological and psychological disorder as part of a greater whole and will focus on the relationship between body, mind and spirit to empower individuals to unlock their innate wisdom and potential. Brooke is further guided by a psychodynamic framework meaning within sessions the aim is to bring unconscious elements within one's life into consciousness and often requires an exploration of your past to understand the current impact on the present. Brooke is available for private counselling sessions at MISS FOX, online, and at her South Melbourne clinic. Contact Brooke here or at www.brookecefai.com



The new year is the perfect time to get in alignment and set some solid goals for yourself. But grinding, hustling and pushing yourself so hard that you neglect your self care doesn't get you far either. The journey has to feel the way you want the destination to feel. 

We asked our resident Life Coach, Amanda Walker, co-founder of Lord of the Fries and Melbourne’s hottest new bakery “Weirdoughs”, for some quick goal setting tips to empower you for sweet, sustainable success in the new year.

 Amanda says: 

1.     Take the time to plan your future— remember  although you cannot control everything, you can make the best use of your time. 

2.     What you focus on is what you get — having a clear idea of what you really want is the first step in getting it. 

3.     Making sure the goals are aligned with your highest values makes the whole process flow much easier than going against the grain.

4.     Check for authenticity — are they your goals or someone else's ”shoulds” that you are taking on.

5.     When the fear of failure creeps in, do your inner work. Get coaching, counselling, healing and dig up all the limiting beliefs so you can move forward faster and with more bliss.

6.     Set big goals and take small steps every day to move toward them.  Ticking off tasks which move you in the diredtion of your dreams is very enlivening and empowering.

7.     Make the goals as SMART as possible (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely).

8.     Write them goals down! Read them every day; create a vision board and ramp up your dreams. The more focus, the more things that support your focus come toward you. 

9.     Set yourself up with strong daily habits to support you such as exercise, high vibe eating and mediation. Even a little bit of all of the above creates a great framework to thrive within. 

10. Let go and let it flow. Sometimes goals change or the universe shows us another way we need to go. That’s alright, don’t hang on if the goals become no longer relevant for you. If your intention is genuine, for the greater good and your own growth, the universe will show you the way. 

11. Bonus hot tip – practise imagining you’ve accomplished what you set out to achieve or acquire – feel the feels and that will magnify the Law of Attraction supporting you on your mission. 


Born in Toronto, Canada, Amanda’s journey to co-founding Lord of the Fries with her husband has combined her love of french fries with her commitment to thinking big, leading with love and living kindly. She is known for her passion for the brand and its mission, a determination to succeed and a desire to bring sustainable business practices into the front lines of fast food. She now coaches women on their inward journey and mentors businesses through their outward reality with the aim to lead with love, evolve oneself and strive for actualization.

Amanda is available for private coaching at MISS FOX by appointment, or online. To book with Amanda contact us or call MISS FOX on 90280350 to get connected.


Ladies: Wanting to step into living your best life but don’t quite know how… or haven’t made the time since you are so busy with the grind? Join Amanda Walker; co-founder of Lord of the Fries, accredited coach and business mentor, alongside Victoria Fox; founder of MISS FOX Melbourne, for an afternoon of shaping your vision, creating your reality and vibrating higher.


From our Director


What is self care?

You will hear us talk a lot about self care at MISS FOX, but what exactly does this mean? To me:

Self care is a commitment to yourself — to nurture your mind, body and spirit.

It involves intentionally engaging in behaviours and practices that promote your own well being. Self care means putting yourself on the list of beings that you take care of, and putting yourself at the top of that list — not at the exclusion of care for others but ensuring that you get as much as the other people do in your world. Taking your own wellbeing into account as you evaluate choices is critical for many of us that tend to always put others first. Your wellbeing isn’t your only priority, but by practicing self care it is your top priority — and that’s important.

Self care is about taking full responsibility for your own care, and not expecting others to care for you. As adult human beings we have a responsibility to society that we will care for ourselves. Self care requires that we pay attention to ourselves, sensing our inner state and taking action where required to be healthy and happy.

It is important to note that self care has to do with the intention behind your activities — self care comes from a place of love: it’s about feeling good, healthy, and self-confident and honouring yourself. It’s for pleasing you, not anyone else.

Why is self care important

The golden reason for self care can be summed up with this mantra:

“I am my best me when I am taking care of myself”

Self care sets you up to succeed in life. People who engage in good self care are more productive, satisfied and happier. It helps reduce stress and anxiety and is key to a balanced and fulfilled existence, emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. It helps cultivate a real, positive relationship with yourself, and because the relationship you have with yourself sets the tone for all other relationships —including people, career, money and the environment — your self care becomes a foundation for a deeper, authentic connection with the world.

Self care is your responsibility — not someone else’s. We all have an individual responsibility to grow and be responsible for ourselves. When you effectively take care of yourself it allows acting authentically with other people, and removes any need to manipulate others to take care of you. Putting your needs and priorities first also allows us to put forth our best efforts in life. By having strong boundaries and saying no, you can show up in in the world from a place of inner alignment and truth — and when you feel good, you do good.

It is important not to label self care as selfish. Self care has far reaching benefits for you and everyone in your life. When we are nourished, then we are better able to help others from a stronger foundation. It allows you to make a contribution to others from a place of health, wellbeing and abundance. We have a responsibility to help others grow in their lives too, and helping others starts with helping yourself.


What if I don’t take care of myself?

If you don’t practice taking care of yourself, you can fall into victim behaviour: someone unwilling to take responsibility for your self and actions, and bringing down those around you with a “poor-me” attitude.

This disempowered state sees one blames others as the reason for their unhappiness, and position themselves as someone who needs “rescuing”. Whilst this may be attractive to some, the pity-party is generally a drain on colleagues, friends and family and the world as a whole.

Not taking care of yourself can lead to feelings of resentment, as constantly placing others before you slowly starts to build anger and bitterness. It is important to remember that putting yourself second (or last) on an ongoing basis is your choice, so meditate carefully on who you should really be angry at, and consider learning from it and letting it go — both the resentment and the behaviours that led to it.

Getting unwell on a regular basis or being constantly run down is a sure sign that your self care commitment needs to be improved. If you are unhealthy and unstable, you are not only robbing yourself of the best life has to offer, you are also unable to take care of others. Self care is an investment in the wellbeing of all.

What self care isn’t:

Self care is not the same as selfishness. Selfishness or self-serving behaviour is lacking any consideration about others and profiting by this. Self care is about making sure that we are well and healthy so that we are actually more available to help others — replenishing your resources without depleting someone else’s. A selfish action is motivated by “me-first, me-only”, whereas self care has the message “me-first, me-too”.

Self care isn’t about self indulgence or to be seen as a luxury. Whilst it can include pampering, it is about surviving and thriving. Sustainable, small and frequent self care functions are also certainly more valuable than occasional decadence. Like any relationship, someone showing kindness every day means more than one grand gesture a year, so apply that same principle to your self.

Self care isn’t about activities that are a chore. They should fill you up, not be a burden. It is important that you find the type of self care that works for you — yoga, drawing, running or bubble baths might be lovely, but if it doesn’t feel good to you, it isn’t your truth. Self care isn’t guilty pleasures either… cakes, holidays, shoes or reckless behaviour can be enjoyable and bring some temporary relief, but real self care activities contribute to your long term health and wellbeing.

Self care doesn’t come from practices or activities to impress or please others — it’s about meeting your own needs, not society’s. But it also isn’t an excuse to break commitments or be lazy or irresponsible. Self care is about honouring your authentic needs, not your ego.

Self care isn’t about caring for everyone else and leaving yourself out, and neither is it making yourself your only priority. Self care essentially means that there are two truths sharing the same place — be kind to yourself and be kind to others.

—Victoria Lucille Fox @victorialucillefox

Beauty Tips



With all eyes on Meghan the Duchess of Sussex while she and Harry tour Australia it’s hard not to notice how incredibly polished she always looks; not just in what she wears, but most importantly (for us beauty enthusiasts) her radiant skin!

Three words that best describe Meghan’s makeup style: Fresh. Effortless. Chic.

If you are currently obsessing over Meghan’s makeup look like we are then you will love these products that will help you recreate Meghan’s gorgeous, natural glow:

Meghan loves wearing a foundation that glows and allows her skin and freckles to shine through. Jane Iredale Liquid Minerals Foundation has a beautiful sheer consistency that when applied with a Foundation Brush evens out the skin tone and creates that healthy lit from within sheen.

Achieving flawless, glowing skin with cream textured products is one thing, but you will also want it to last. Even Meghan herself and her makeup artists most likely use a little powder to set the skin, which in turn helps with the longevity. PurePressed Base Mineral Foundation is the perfect setting agent. Lightly load a Handi Brush with some mineral powder and then gently press it onto the skin in a downward motion.

For that perfect combination of light coverage and highlight for under and around the eye area Active Light Under-Eye Concealer is a one-stop shop. It looks like a pen and with a twist or two the product appears, ready to apply and blend; it can double as a creamy highlight for the face as well.

Peaches & Cream Bronzer Refill
The beauty of this product is that it’s made up of three different shimmers and one matte shade that each work as individual colours but also look gorgeous mixed together AND Peaches & Cream has in fact been used on Meghan Markle by her makeup artist!

To create your own naturally sun-kissed look apply the Peaches & Cream Bronzer using the White Fan Brush. Swipe the brush across all four shades and lightly apply to the apples of your cheeks, gently sweeping upwards and out towards the top of your ears. This will create a healthy sheen that will also allow the cheek to stand out when photographed (very important when you are the Duchess of Sussex!)

A great little tip is to then run the brush, without adding any extra product, over the tip of the nose and hairline, this makes the colour on the cheek seem so much more natural and seamless.


Meghan keeps it quite simple on the eyes, usually opting for a swipe of a natural brown eye shadow. Try the Taupe PurePressed Eye Shadow applied with a Crease Brush for that really elegant, blended look.

Finish off the eyes with a couple of layers of mascara – if you want your lashes to stand out you can’t go past Longest Lash Thickening and Lengthening Mascara in Black Ice. Don’t forget to prime your lashes with our PureLash Lash Extender & Conditioner before applying your mascara to strengthen and help lengthen the lashes.
The final step to bring the whole look together is, of course, adding a lip colour! Meghan’s lips are always layered with the perfect shade of natural pink, be it in the form of gloss or a lipstick. We suggest our PureGloss Lip Gloss in Rose Crush if you are gloss kind of girl, or for a more matte finish try the Susan Triple Luxe Naturally Moist Long Lasting Lipstick which is a perfect soft cool pink.

There you have it, in a few simple steps you too can create your own version of the ‘Markle Sparkle’. It only takes a few products to create an effortless beauty look that will have you glowing in all the right places and in under five minutes.

*The jane iredale Peaches & Cream Bronzer Refill was used on Meghan Markle by her makeup artist Min Min Ma – learn more here: bit.ly/AsSeenOnMeghanMarkle 

Beauty Tips, From our Director


Throughout history, herbal medicine in the form of herbs, plant aromas and essential oils have been revered as sacred — both for treating ailments and disease, as well as providing life-enhancing benefits. In most ancient cultures, people believed plants to be magical, and for thousands of years herbs were used as much for ritual as they were for medicine and food.

Essential oils have an effect that is more than just a pleasant scent. Essential oils have the ability to trigger emotions and memories, and are therefore very powerful when it comes to wellbeing, on a physical, mental, emotional and even spiritual level. Every time that you hold a bottle of essential oil, you are holding the pure “essence” of botanicals (hence the term “essential” oils). It can be said that essential oils are the “soul” of a plant.

Pure essential oils are powerful. They are about 70 times more concentrated than the whole plant, and work more deeply than dry herbs, delivering potentially very fast and effective results for holistic health and wellbeing. From scientific studies, we know that essential oils comprise a powerful blend of antibiotic, antifungal, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties, just to name a few. But they also vibrate at particular frequencies that may effect energy and activate certain altered states of wellbeing and consciousness.

How Essential Oils work

Whilst an aromatherapy massage or bath can be a beautiful once-off treatment, essential oil “aromatherapy” can be integrated into your daily lifestyle in a holistic way, for ongoing wellbeing of mind, body and soul. 

Oils enter the body via three delivery systems:

1. Through aroma, following the olfactory nerve pathways from the sinuses into the central glands of the brain (the Amygdala and Hippocampus), which control emotional, neurological, hormonal and and immunological functions. Bypassing the reasoning brain altogether, the smell is processed according to emotion, memory and learning.

2. By massaging them into the skin, which allow the oils to become absorbed into the bloodstream dermally via the hair follicles, and to have a systemic effect.

3. Through the respiratory system as you inhale the aroma, which has a direct effect on the sinuses, throat, and lungs. 

Passing the Blood / Brain Barrier

The blood brain barrier — the barrier membrane between the circulating blood and the brain — is very selective as to which substances it allows to pass through it. Essential oil compounds are extraordinarily small, making them uniquely suited to cross the blood brain barrier, and postively impact the brain and overall health. Once crossed, essential oils can rapidly absorb and interact with receptors in the central nervous system to help support healing and normalisation of stressed or dysfunctional cells.

Aromatherapy as Vibrational Medicine

Each essential oil has its own frequency — and since our bodies vibrate at certain frequencies — if our bodies are out of balance, then essential oils are a modality that can help us to regain homeostasis. Some research claims that, of any natural material, essential oils have the highest measurable frequencies —which are measured in Hertz, a measure of cycles per second — creating an environment where disease, bacterial, virus, and fungus cannot live. The average frequency of a human body that is healthy will measure a frequency of 62 to 68 MHz whilst essential oils have been measured at the following high frequencies:

Rose (Rosa damascene).....................320 MHz

Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia)........118 MHz
Blue Chamomile (Matricaria recutita).....105 MHz
Juniper (Juniperus osteosperma)............98 MHz
Peppermint (Mentha peperita)..............78 MHz

The higher ranges are said to affect spirit and emotions while the lower frequencies have more effect on all areas of the physical body. It is theorised that a stronger frequency will entrain a weaker frequency, and this is how essential oils work as vibrational medicine: their harmonious high-frequencies overcome or neutralize imbalances and dis-ease in our beings – physical and otherwise.

Quality & Organics

The quality of your essential oils is important. Oils need to be chosen for being extracted through careful steam distillation and cold pressing, which preserves the integrity and power of the extracts.

Essential oils are highly concentrated and enter the body quickly, therefore look for a trusted producer that makes quality, pure oils without anything added. You’re more likely to have an allergic reaction to oils that are of lower quality or have synthetic enhancement added.

If pesticides have been used in plant production there may be concentrated residue in your product, which will enter the body at the same time. Essential oils — as with other products applied to the skin — are ingested by the body like a food. And like foods, 100% organic certified products or ingredients are worth the higher price if you care about truly safe, natural products.


How to use Essential Oils safely

For daily use, oils can be diffused, inhaled, applied topically (chakra points, behind the ears, the neck, wrists or directly on to an area of concern) and incorporated into massage. Or you might simply carry them with you as you would a crystal.

Essential oils are usually lipophilic ("oil-loving") compounds that are not miscible with water. The most common way to safely dilute essential oils for topical use is in a carrier oil. This can be a quality vegetable oil such as jojoba, coconut, wheat germ, or olive.

Its important to note that just because it is derived from a plant, it doesn’t mean it’s safe to rub on your skin, or breathe, or drink, even if pure or organic. Natural substances can still be irritating, toxic, or cause allergic reactions. Like anything else you put on your skin, it’s best to test a little bit on a small area and see how your skin responds.

Always use oils on the skin in a dilution of 1-3%, versus applying the neat oil to the skin or hands. That means if you have one teaspoon of carrier, you would add 1 drop of pure essential oil to make a 1% solution. Young children and the elderly may be more sensitive to essential oils, so you may need to dilute them more. Alternatively, find an aromatherapy roll on or body oil that has been pre-blended in the right quantity. In baths, add a little milk to help disperse the oils through the water, otherwise they can end up sticking to your skin.

Taken by mouth, many essential oils can be dangerous so be sure to seek the medical advice of a qualified aromatherapist or integrated medical professional before ingesting oils. Pregnant women should seek specific medical advice before using any oils, topically or internally. Avoid direct sun exposure or use on a non-exposed area with all essential oil concentrates and dilutions as some oils may be photosensitising.


Aromatherapy is holistic and enjoyable, with benefits for body, mind and soul. It is the art and science of using botanical extracts and their physical, energetic and vibrational properties to create and maintain emotional, physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. When used correctly, essential oils are a beautiful addition to daily life and mood.

MISS FOX has created a collection of 7 high vibration, skin-safe oils based on the Chakras that makes working these wellness wonders into our daily routines impossibly easy. Available from November 1 at MISS FOX Melbourne. To pre-order email us at enquiries@missfox.com.au


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