Flight represents the next stage of our collective journey. An optimistic relief. A renewal. A sense of a new freedom.
Over the past two years we’ve been grounded. We responded to this in a positive way; a positive grounding. We found a way to find comfort from the inside. Because we didn’t have a choice. We learnt how to adjust; how to live. We wrapped ourselves up and bunkered down. This was difficult and took strength and courage.
But now we're ready for the next phase. To let ourselves feel happy, light, and optimistic. To allow ourselves to dream. And to take flight.
The FLIGHT essential oil blend is made of uniquely Australian essential oils – Lemon, Lemon Scented Tea Tree, Rosalina, Kunzea, and Blue Mallee Eucalyptus. This blend is simple and straight-forward. It's easy to understand. It is made of top and middle notes - no base notes. The blend enters the room with a fresh, citrus-positivity, imparts its joy, then leaves.
An Australian blend of optimism.
Lemon Citrus limon
Bright, delicate, refreshing lemon; uplifting and joyful.
From the Rutaceae family, beautiful Australian grown lemon oil fresh from the tree.
Kunzea Kunzea ambigua
Fresh, crisp, woody.
Soothing, clearing and settling.
Lemon Scented Tea Tree Leptospermum petersonii
Fresh, lemony, refreshing and clearing.
From the Myrtaceae family and found in South East Queensland to near Port Macquarie in New South Wales.
Rosalina Melaleuca ericifolia
Fresh and earthy, floral and lemony.
Gentle, relaxing and calming.
From the Myrtaceae family from the North East coast of Australia
Eucalyptus Blue Mallee Eucalyptus polybractea
Refreshing, cleaning, stimulating.
From the Myrtaceae family and found in South West New South Wales and upper western Victoria.
"But now we're ready for the next phase. To let ourselves feel happy, light, and optimistic. To allow ourselves to dream.
And to take flight."
Katie - founder of The Second Salon
This new blend has been inspired by the
Sydney Opera House's Uncovered program.
The Second Salon acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, waters and community.
Respects are paid to the people, the cultures and the elders past, present and emerging.