Essential Oils from Aromatherapy and Natural Products in UK
You will find that essential oils are very beneficial for everyone, in many ways. The most common are lavender, lemon, myrrh and peppermint. Use in diffusers for their aromatic advantages, or use in massage oils where the body’s natural warmth and human touch are combined to make a superior “stress-beating” remedy. Pure essential oils offer the most benefits, so choose a natural and refined, 100% pure oil, to get all the best remedies. It’s easy to get your favorite essential oils in the UK, by just visiting our website, naturalaromatherapy.co.uk. Read More
Ways to Use Essential Oils
To reap the benefits of inhaling the essential oils, you can put 1-3 drops in the palms of your hands, rub and inhale. It is recommended to use only 1 drop the first time you do this, to avoid any sensitivities. Use your special UK essential oils in a diffuser, or in a steam inhalation method. Do this by boiling 2-3 cups of water. When done, remove from heat and add 2-5 drops of your oil and bending over about 30cm above the bowl, after draping a towel over your head. Combine oil with Epsom salts to your bath for equal distribution of the scent. Use to massage onto skin, by combining about 20 drops of oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil. You can add essential oil to your lotion or moisturizer and use it on your skin. There are also other ways to use the desired scents in your home, car or office, so you can get more benefits everywhere you go.
Popular uses for Pure Essential Oils
Lavender – This is known as one of the most versatile of all the essential oils and has many healing properties. The most common are its soothing, calming and relaxing effects. Lavender oil is used as a sleep aid by way of diffuser, spraying it on your pillow, or soaking in a warm bath with the oil before bedtime.
Lemon – The strong, clean scent of lemon oil is a powerful antioxidant. Going beyond the benefits of using it in household cleaners, it is good for freshening your laundry, and using as a facial cleanser or teeth whitener.
Myrrh – This essential oil used in the UK, actually comes from the region of Egypt, and is regarded as very therapeutic. Among the many benefits, are it’s antifungal, expectorant, astringent, stimulant and antiseptic properties. This anti-inflammatory essential oil is also used to aid digestion and boosts the immune system .
Peppermint – Has long been known for freshening bad breath and comforting digestive issues. The cooling sensation of peppermint oil applied to the skin can soothe sore muscles and can be used to relax or energize. It is an antimicrobial substance that is also surprisingly added to insect repellants.
Naturalaromatherapy.co.uk has the solution to all your essential oil needs, with a large variety of oils. You are sure to discover new ones to try, as well as your old favorites. Come and see our wide selection for personal, indoor and outdoor uses and feel free ask us questions about essential oils.Read Less
£5.99Apricot Kernel Base OIL is extracted from the soft fleshy centre of the Apricot stone. This natural oil is an excellent moisturiser and carrier base. The high content of Oleic acid gives Apricot Kernel Base OIL greater affinity with the skin compared to some other natural oils which means that it is more easily absorbed.
£3.99Aniseed essential oil has a sweet crisp liquorice type of fragrance.
£6.99This blend of pure, natural essential oils Neem, Lemongrass & Vetiver can help keep those bugs away.
£26.99Extracted from the flowers grown in India, Jasmine is a deep, rich and exotic oil with a voluptuous floral aroma. Ideal in luxury massage preparations to rejuvenate the skin and stimulate the senses.
£9.99Ravensara essential oil is a relatively rare essential oil that comes from a tree in Madagascar. Its name is Ravensara aromatica, but it is also known as Ravintsara.
£6.49Flower water is the condensate water that remains after the extraction of an essential oil by water or steam distillation.