Growing up in a kampong, Adeline has fond memories of being surrounded by nature since she was young. As a mother, Adeline fell in love with the unique scents and natural healing properties of essential oils while sourcing for homeopathic remedies for her daughters who suffers from sinus problems and menstrual pains. The idea to start Nila formed when she realised the difficulty faced in purchasing high quality and natural essential oils in Singapore.
Today, Nila represents Adeline’s commitment to enhancing the quality of life by weaving elements of nature back into the hectic commitments of modern life. Nila provides each individual with a bespoke blend of pure and natural essential oils that caters to their specific needs.
To ensure that her customers are provided with the best for their personal well-being, Adeline completed her diplomas in Aromatherapy and Holistic Skincare Products at The School of Natural Health Science in the United Kingdom. All courses by the School of Natural Health Science are accredited by The International College of Holistic Medicine (ICHM). She also completed an advanced certificate seminar on Essential Oil Chemistry and Pharmacology with renowned Robert Tisserand.
Prior to founding Nila, Adeline worked in the chemical industry for 15 years before becoming a full time home maker and supporting her family. Along the way, she pursued personal interests such as Chinese calligraphy, painting, craft-making, and yoga. Her particular interest in Chinese calligraphy culminated in a personal exhibition, with proceeds used for raising funds for Tampines Central Citizens’ Consultative Committee Community Development and Welfare Fund. One of her works has also been presented to then-President S.R. Nathan.