Therapists use a variety of aromatherapy recipes to treat their patients, matching the ingredients with the problem the patient presents with.
Aromatherapy recipes allow therapists to combine various essential oils in complementary combinations in order to maximise the benefits of the treatment.
For the user, aromatherapy recipes can be bought from recommended suppliers, allowing you to experience at home the benefits of this gentle, effective therapy.
Buying them in this way ensures that you get a combination that will maximise your home experience.
Combinations are typically sold based on what they treat, allowing you to focus on what type of treatment you want, rather than worrying about what the individual ingredients are. Of course you can still choose between different combinations, based on your own preferences.
They come in various forms, including:
- Air fresheners
- Bath oils
- Bath salts
- Massage oils
- Balms (for minor injuries)
- Insect repellents
- Body poweder
- Hand lotion
- Facial toner
- Hair conditioner
- Shower gel
- Men's cologne
- Shoe deodorizer
What all these have in common is that they contain a combination of natural, effective essential oils, specially blended to sooth, calm and heal.