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Aromatherapy is the art of healing with essential oils-distilled essences that have been extracted from plants. These can be used in massage & inhalation techniques, added to bathroom products such as soap, skin creams, bath gel & shampoo, & also used to create room fragrances. Aromatherapy also involves the use of incense, potpourri, steam inhalations, scented candles & fresh flowers.

How it works:
Through the nose: °When we smell a fragrance, we take its healing molecules into our bodies. Heating essential oils & burning joss sticks vaporizes the oil so that we can breathe in its molecules more easily.
Through the skin: °Essential oils applied to the skin are absorbed into the bloodstream to take immediate effect.

°Essential & Blended Oils°
The most commonly used aromatherapy equipment is essential oils. You can buy small bottles of oil from many stores & many stores & shopping malls. Some stores sell ready-blended massage oils. These don't need to be diluted, but are not suitable for use in vaporizers.
°Undiluted oils can seem expensive, but you need to use only a few drops in most applications. Undiluted oils can be used in vaporizers, steam inhalations & baths, & can be diluted in a carrier base, such as avacado oil or unscented shampoo, for use in massage, shampoo, toning, & moisturizing.
°Dilute up to 10 drops of oil in 30ml of carrier base before using it on your skin. Rub your massage oil into tired muscles to feel an instant benefit.

°Scented Candles°
Candles scented with essential oils are a great way to get relaxing, stimulating & sensual aromas into your atmosphere. They fill your surroundings with gentle, relaxing aromas.
°Scented candles work better on your mood & emotions than on your body. Their effects are subtle & work well over a long period of time, such as a quiet evening at home, rather than providing quick results.
°Fragrances such as citronella & lavender are excellent insect repellents. Use candles scented with these...

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