5 Aromatherapy Oils You Need To Know About

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5 Aromatherapy Oils You Need To Know About

Aromatherapy oils are natural substances that come directly from plants' bark, leaves, or flowers. By using one or several of them, you can achieve relaxation, combat stress, and even alleviate discomfort.

There is a wide variety of essential oils out there, so it can be challenging to determine which ones you should use. But don't worry because we have created a list of essential oils you shouldn't miss out on.

1. Sandalwood

Sandalwood essential oil often has spiritual applications due to its ability to stimulate a sense of awareness and tranquility. It has a calming effect that allows you to ease your worries and gain inner peace. Mental benefits aside, sandalwood is also ideal for issues such as oily skin and stretch marks.

2. Lavender

Lavender essential oil is widely known for its soothing effect and ability to induce sleep. However, that is not all it can do. From relieving stress to reducing tension, lavender has proven to be beneficial to the mind and body. It is also one of the most versatile essential oils and can be found in countless aromatic products, such as our Dry Skin Bath Soak.

3. Rosemary

This essential oil has a refreshing quality and can keep exhaustion at bay. In ancient Greece, scholars and students often wore garlands of rosemary to help with their memory, and it is still used for that same purpose today. It has been found to provide mental clarity when you need it most. Rosemary can also brighten dull skin.

4. Chamomile

Do you need something to calm your nerves? Try chamomile essential oil, which is a wonderful stress buster. It comes in two different kinds: Roman and German. You can find it in our Pedi Foot Soak and Tranquility Bath Soak.

5. Ylang-Ylang

This essential oil has an exotic fragrance. Recent studies in Portugal have found that those who used it had a higher self-esteem than those who did not. Ylang-ylang essential oil can also help alleviate stress, emotional imbalance, and even anger. However, it should be noted that it has a strong scent and may be overwhelming if used excessively.

Essential Oils And Bath

All the essential oils we've mentioned can be combined with Epsom salt to create blends for baths and foot soaks. Those are what we specialize in here at Better Bath Better Body. Drop by our online shop to purchase our bath products today.

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