Mixing the blends of Aromatherapy & Essential Oils products requires a lot of practice and one needs to vary that not all oils can be mixed together. Different combinations work better than others depending on what you are treating.
Aromatherapy oils have been used for many years to treat a whole host of ailments.
In addition, most aromatherapy oils need diluting with a base oil such as sweet almond oil, grape seed oil, coconut oil, or macadamia nut oil.
Aromatherapy benefits & types
Just a few of the benefits of using essential oils can include,
Relief from inflammation.
Improved skin and hair health.
Positive effects on mental health.
Treating respiratory problems.
But their use is not limited to health. It all depends on what desired effect you are trying to achieve. Coconut can be cooling and moisturising and good ideal for dry skin conditions.
Sesame Oil, on the other hand, is more of a warming oil and ideal for aches and pains.
Did you know that not all aromatherapy & essential oils products are created equal? Many are diluted down and can come from questionable sources. That’s why we only stock the best aromatherapy oils and recently we have started to stock Amour Natural Organic Essential Oils, which is now known as a good source of aromatherapy oils UK supplier.
Popular aromatherapy oils and curiosities
The most popular aromatherapy oils probably include lavender oil, tea tree oil, and geranium oil. Lavender essential oil is really well known for calming and sleep. It is frequently recommended for stress and anxiety as well as a general calming aroma. It is also good for burns and provides for healing helping to decrease scarring.
Additionally, a lot of aromatherapy oils in the UK and internationally are being used in many cleaning agents and fabric freshers as well as air fresheners. Many people are experimenting with aromatherapy oils for making their own scents and soaps as well creams. Most of the commercial products on the market will have a lot of nasty ingredients which cause excessive dryness and are not good for the skin.
Chamomile Roman Essential Oil is a must for the first aid cabinet. It is well known for its strong soothing effect on mind and body. It is excellent for protecting dry skin and is a good hair tonic - especially for fair hair.
This oil is good to use at night and when feeling low in spirits. Chemically and olfactorily different from German (Matricaria) and Roman Chamomile. Not to be confused with True Chamomile (Roman Or Matricaria).
A winter warming oil which when applied by massage gives a lovely warm sensation. Can be used in steam inhalation to help clear the nasal passages. It's also good to diffuse into the air (try one of our wide range of vaporisers) to kill airborne germs.
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