Aromatherapy uses plant components that are volatile (essential oils) and other aromatic compounds to improve a person's mood, health or cognitive function.
Before you start aromatherapy, it is essential to know if you are allergic to certain essential oils. If you are a first-time user, it is advisable to conduct a small patch test, on the inside portion of your wrist, using a small amount of the oil before you use it elsewhere.
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Aromatherapy for Skin Care
Following oils can be used individually or in combination of two or three oils added to your everyday moisturiser. The ideal ratio would be two drops of oil to every 100 ml of cleanser. Normal skin : Sandalwood, lavender, neroli or rose.
Dry skin : Ylang ylang, geranium, rose or chamomile
Cracked skin : Chamomile or benzoin
Sensitive skin : Chamomile, rose or jasmine
Combination skin : Lavender or geranium or
Homemade aromatherapy involves herbs and natural ingredients. They help in providing natural oil and moisture to the skin.