This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds . Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Does this make me smell younger? (Photo: Getty) Looking for a new way to stay refreshed and energized? Turn your whole day into an aromatherapy session by using essential oils in your skincare routine, whether on their own or in specialized products. There’s a big difference between oils and creams infused with essential oils—such as lavender, lemon, peppermint and rosemary—and those made with synthetic scents. Some essential oils can be applied directly to the skin to tackle challenges like dryness, breakouts and rashes. Others should be mixed with carrier oils, such as grapeseed oil, to create DIY products, such as massage cream. (Read the labels carefully for guidance, so you don’t burn your skin). If you don’t have the time or patience to mix oils, many essential oil companies do it for you in simple, ready-to-use bath and skincare products. Here are the five best essential oils for the body—and mind. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE Aura Cacia’s “Rose Absolute” essential oil Whether you’re looking for single essential oils or premium blends like German chamomile in jojoba oil, Aura Cacia offers a wide selection of high-quality options at affordable prices. Feeling crafty? Aura Cacia has a section of its website that gives recipes for creating your own DIY products. If you’re short on time, Aura Cacia also sells its own essential-oil infused products, such as body butter and hydrosols—sprays that you can use to mist your face and body. Essential Oil Labs’ helichrysum oil If sustainability is important to you, Essential Oils may soon become your favorite place to shop. All oils are sourced from sustainable sources, according to the company. This family-run business says its mission is to “make essential oil living an affordable and realistic option for everyone.” This brand is a good source of popular oils such as bergamot, frankincense and peppermint at prices that trend toward the mid-range. Each scent has its own healing purposes. For example, Lavender is for treating insomnia and stress while Sweet Orange Oil eases anxiety and helps relieve any joint pain. Nature’s Alchemy’s lavender oil Nature’s Alchemy offers a full line of organic essential oils, as well as all-natural options. Many of the organic oils are available at affordable prices. Its 5 ml. bottle of clove oil goes for about $6 and lemon oil is $4 for the same size. This company is known for using only steam distillation or cold pressing and does not use chemical solvents or added alcohol. If you love soaking in a hot tub, check out this brand’s mineral baths, which come in scents such as Breath Deep, Calm Seas and Energy. At less than $2, this is an affordable splurge. Plant Therapy’s fennel oil Tired of the same old scents? With oils such as basil linalool, blue tansy and Buddha wood, Plant Therapy’s selection will bring fresh energy to your skincare routine. Many are available in certified organic versions. The roll-ons available from Plant Therapy make it easy to tuck an essential oil in your pocket or purse, so you can enjoy the benefits throughout the day. Young Living’s “Panaway” blend Elaine Young Living offers one of the most robust selections of essential-oil infused products that’s out there. Its essential oils also includes a men’s line with scents like cedarwood, ylang ylang and Idaho blue spruce. The body care line includes deodorant, after-sun spray, pain relief cream and more including a Young Living Essential Ultrasonic Diffuser . This aroma diffuser also acts as a humidifier. Turn this on each night before bed as part of your wind-down routine. If you like buying your oils straight, Young Living offers a full line of both singles and blends. One new offering is Davana, a plant used by Ayurvedic healers to balance energy throughout the body.