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Aromatherapy Recipes

When you first start exploring the world of aromatherapy, there are a dizzying number of options available. So many scents, so little time!
But even a beginner can master an aromatherapy recipe, whether you want to make bath salts or massage oil.

You should learn more about the properties of each essential oil. Some are good for healing chapped skin, for instance, while others are better suited for skin toner or simple inhalation.

The most used essential oils:


More information about ESSENTIAL OILS

Relaxation remedy

30 drops of Melissa essential oil
30 drops of Citronella essential oil
20 drops of Cypress essential oil
20 drops of Lavender essential oil
20 drops of Pine essential oil
10 drops of Bassilicum essential oil

Add 30 drops of the blend into 200 - 300 ml of your shower gel or 3-5 drops of it to your bath sponge. Alternatively, you can vaporize 6-10 drops with an essential oil burner. This remedy will help you unwind your mind and body and achieve harmony and wellbeing.

Decide what type of product you want to make. There's literally an aromatherapy recipe out there for anything you can think of.

An aromatherapy recipe can be as simple as adding one drop of essential oil, like eucalyptus, to carrier oil like apricot kernel oil, to make invigorating massage oil. Be careful to use less than 10 drops of the essential oil per ounce of carrier oil. Too much essential oil will cause skin irritation.

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