Essential oils are a powerful way to enhance your health, beauty and wellness. These natural aromatic compounds are extracted from plants and flowers, which allows us to reap the benefits of their healing properties. In this blog post we will discuss how you can use essential oils in your daily life by applying them topically or aromatically. We'll also explain why they work so well for boosting immune function and improving mood!
Palo santo is a South American tree that has been used by indigenous people for centuries. It is sacred and considered to be protective, cleansing and uplifting.
It is used in rituals, incense blends and essential oils. Palo santo essential oil has been used in soap making, perfumes & body care products since before the colonization of Latin America by Europeans.
Palo Santo wood contains high levels of monoterpenes (including myrcene) which create its pleasant scent when burned as incense or added to other blends.
Sage is a powerful herb that has been used for centuries to treat various health conditions. It is also rich in antioxidants, which help to protect the body’s cells from damage and promote overall well-being.
The fragrance of sage is strong and earthy, but the scent itself can be calming and relaxing when inhaled deeply.
Using sage oil in your beauty routine can help you achieve glowing skin by improving circulation and moisturizing dry skin without being greasy or heavy on the face. Sage has antiseptic properties that aid in healing acne scars, rashes and other blemishes caused by irritation due to improper hygiene or harsh weather conditions such as windburns from sun exposure.
Lavender essential oil is a calming oil that can help reduce anxiety, stress and tension. It helps to promote sleep, which makes it great for those who have trouble sleeping.
Use lavender to treat skin irritation such as sunburns or insect bites. It's also a natural antibacterial so it can be used as an alternative to Neosporin if you don't have any handy.
If you cut yourself or burn yourself while cooking (or otherwise), apply lavender oil directly on the site of injury and it will help heal the wound faster!
Lavender works well with acne by balancing out the overproduction (or lack thereof) of sebum in your body—it’s especially effective at treating cystic acne because its antibacterial properties dry up excess oil production without drying out all your other important skin oils too much.*
Essential oils are natural products that are extracted from plants and trees. They can be used for a variety of purposes, including health, beauty, and wellness.
There are many ways you can use essential oils. The most popular way is to apply them topically by using a carrier oil like coconut or jojoba oil—this allows the essential oil to absorb into your skin rather than just being absorbed by the carrier oil itself. You can also inhale them in aromatherapy diffusers if you want to reap their benefits without applying them directly to your skin. Essential oils also make great additions to DIY beauty products like lotions and soaps!
The best way to store essential oils is in glass containers with tight-fitting lids so there's no risk of spilling or exposing them too much light (which can degrade their effectiveness). Be sure not put any food products next on the shelf where you're storing your bottles because they might get contaminated with some additives used during production process which aren't recommended for human consumption—and definitely don't use plastic bottles at all!
If you’re looking to improve your health and well-being, the use of essential oils can help you relax and sleep better, focus and concentrate better, feel less stressed or anxious, feel less depressed.
Essential oils are great for skin care. They can be used to help treat acne or oily skin, as well as to improve the texture of your complexion.
Essential oils are also helpful for dandruff and other scalp conditions. Some essential oils provide anti-inflammatory benefits which can make hair healthier and shinier, while others improve circulation in the scalp to promote hair growth.
If you’re looking for natural alternatives to body lotions, try mixing several drops of an essential oil with some carrier oil (such as grapeseed or almond) before applying it all over your body after a shower (or even post-bath). It's quick, it's easy and best of all—it smells amazing!
Essential oils can be used for health, beauty and wellness
You may be familiar with the term “aromatherapy”—the practice of using essential oils for health, beauty and wellness. Originating in France, aromatherapy has been used since the 6th century by ancient Egyptians and Greeks to treat a variety of ailments. Today, aromatherapy is widely available in the form of massages and bath products as well as household cleaning supplies.
Hopefully, you have found this article entertaining and informative. If you have not tried essential oils before, we hope that it has encouraged you to consider trying them as a way to stay healthy in your daily life. You may be surprised at how much they can do for your overall well-being and happiness!