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Aromatherapy For Skin Care

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Aromatherapy For Skin Care

Favorite Aromatherapy Books:

There is no need to be intimidated by essential oils or understanding how they work in your skin care. If you are already using a botanical skin care line, reading these books will help you to better select and understand the products that you are using so you may combine them more effectively.

Essential Oil Reference Book: This book is a must. Whatever you want to know about an essential oil and its use is in this book. It also has a health issue and essential oil recommendation area.

Aromatherapy for the Beauty Therapist (Hairdressing & Beauty Industry Authority): This book is geared more specifically to the use of Aromatherapy in beauty spa treatments.

Facelift at Your Fingertips: An Aromatherapy Massage Program for Healthy Skin and a Younger Face: Perfect book to address the use of essential oils in anti aging.

Absolute Beauty: This book while it is not directly overt on aromatherapy, it is one of the best books on beauty secrets, natural beauty and making your own beauty care products.

An experienced consumers can learn to tell the difference between genuine essential oils and lower-quality, synthetic versions. If you can’t, tell the difference then purchased reputable aromatherapy essential oil brands only. They may cost more, but they will be a higher quality and all natural if not organic.

The pure essential oils used in aromatherapy can be incorporated into skincare to directly fight bacterial invasions. When combined with massage, the immune system is revitalized, on a physical level and on an emotional plane by nurturing love, positive outlook and self-image. Using massage, reflexology and essential oils to strengthen the immune system, the skin improves while negativity is released, and toxins carried and stored in the lymph glands are stimulated, eliminated and replaced with fresh blood and nourishment. Relaxation and nutritious food are essential in the elimination of toxins, supplying healthy `skin food’, and the maintenance of good, healthy skin.