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Aromatherapy Oil Safety

  1. Safety using essential oils - please read

    If you are using a new or un-tried essential oil, please do a skin patch test before using a product.  It is recomended a 24 hour skin patch test.

    If irritation occurs with a specific essential oil or essential oil blend such as massage oil then discontinue the use of that product as you may have an allergy to one of the constitutes within an essential oil.

    DO NOT get any essential oil into your eyes

    ALWAYS wash your hands after handling undiluted essential oils

    Some essential oils are indicated not to use if pregnant and also take care not to occur skin transference of essential oil that are on your skin to your new born baby's skin.

    Check for any interaction between medication and essential oils as some essential oils can interfere with certain prescribed medication

    NEVER take essential oils internally unless so advised by a professional aroma practitioner and GP

    Keep essential oils out of sun light

    Keep essential oils out of reach of children and pets

    ALWAYS dilute essetial oils with a suitable carrier oil before applying to skin.  You can use olive oil, apricot kernel oil, sweet almond oil, coconut oil

    If you are pregnant, breast feeding or suffer from epilepsy, hypertension, have cancer or liver damage or any other medical condition only use essential oils under guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner and GP.  It is best to use unscented natural skin care products

    Use essential oils with great care for children and check the guidlines to what essential oils are safe with children and DO NOT exceed quantity adviced.

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Aromatherapy Advice

  1. I have sensitive skin am I safe to use aromatherapy products?

    If you have sensitive skin I have listed the essential oils that may tend to cause skin sensitivity.  It is always best to do a skin patch test (24hour).

    Basil, Bay, Benzoin, Birch, Black Pepper, Cassia, Cinnamon, Citronella, Clove, Cumin, Fennel, Fir, Ginger, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lemon Verbena, Melissa, Oak Moss, Orange, Oregano, Parsley Seed, Peppermint, Pimento Berry, Pine, Red and Wild Thyme, Wintergreen

  2. What can I use for mature skin

    Essential oils such as rose, neroli, frankincense, myrrh, patchouli, lavender, palmorosa, geranium and sandalwood are good for mature skin 

  3. I have dry skin

    Essential oils such as geranium, rose, sandalwood, frankincense, myrrh, neroli, ylang ylang, palmarosa and patchouli

  4. I have a skin/fungal infection

    It is advisable to stay away from essential oils if this is the case and see your GP for treatment.  However essential oils such as manuka honey, tea tree and lemon can be helpful

  5. I have oily skin

    Essential oils such as lemon, bergamot, juniper, lime, geranium, cypress, rose geranium, mandarin, sweet orange, sandalwood, lavender, ti-tree, peppermint, cedarwood are good for oily skin

  6. I have eczema

    Essential oils such as bergamot, sandalwood, frankincense, myrrh, geranium, lavender, chamomile can be helpful

  7. I have stretch marks/scars

    Essential oils that can support scars or stretch marks are: frankincense, myrrh, lavender, rose, geranium, neroli, patchouli, sandalwood

  8. I tend to suffer anxiety, depression or stress

    Essential oils that can help with these are: bergamot, chamomile, frankincense, myrrh, lavender, cypress, mandarin, marjoram, neroli, sweet orange, rose geranium, ylang ylang, jasmin

  9. I am very tired after my working day and ache

    Essential oils that can promote relaxation are: cypress, ginger, lavender, rosemary, marjoram, chamomile, rose geranium, sandalwood, myrrh, frankincense, black pepper

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What properties do plant oils (carrier or butter oils) have

  1. Shea Butter

    Shea butter is a rich, creamy and natural fat that is obtained by boiling, drying and roasting the nuts of the fruit of the african karite tree.  It helps to lessen the appearance of skin blemishes, including scars or stretch marks, burns and eczema with its deep moisturizing properties

  2. What properties does sweet almond oil have

    Sweet almond oil is pressed from the kernels of the sweet almond fruit.  It is very high in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E that support the health of skin and so very good for dry skin conditions

  3. What properties does olive oil have

    Olive oil is obtained by the process of grinding sun-ripened olives to a pulp and then again to obtain the oil.  Olive oil is high in natural fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin K and minerals that help skin to stay healthy and give a healthy glow to the skin

  4. What properties does jojoba oil have

    Jojoba oil is a natural wax that is obtained from the seeds of the plant.  It is rich in protiens and minerals and used to help with dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and sensitive skin

  5. What properties does cocoa butter have

    Cocoa butter is the fatty component of chocolate, produced from the cacao bean.  I use only unrefined cocoa butter which means that it has not been tampered with to take away its rich chocolate scent.  It deeply moisturises the skin

  6. What properties does avocado oil have

    Avocado oil is obtained by pressing the flesh of the fruit and is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, D and E that help to keep skin healthy.

  7. What properties does apricot kernel oil have

    Pressed from the kernel of the apricot fruit.  It is high in vitamin A and also is one of the  most easily absorbed oils for the skin so that it does not leave an oily residue on the skin.  This is why its fantastic as a carrier oil for massage oil blends

  8. What properties does Argan Oil have

    Argan oil is produced from the kernels of the argan tree.  It is high in vitamins E and a powerful antioxidant

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