A special Easter essential oil blend for your aromatherapy diffuser. Click here for this Easter essential oil blend.
Now, the Cosmetics Jar Matters, Too March 25, 2010– Interesting article about eco-friendly packaging and the various issues companies are facing in choosing how best to store their products.
Aromatherapy and Sleep Issues: Using *Essential Oils* to Have a Good *…* March 24, 2010– An excellent article to read if you’re one of the unfortunate people who suffer from sleep problems.
Guaiacwood originally comes from South America and is also found in The Bahamas and Florida. Being a resin, the consistency of Guaiacwood is solid at room temperature and will need to be heated before use. Guaiacwood is a useful fixative often used in perfume making and is also a popular ingredient for soaps. Click here for more information.
My good friend Diane has been asking me for months for a reed diffuser refill recipe. You may been in the same situation as Diane and have bought a reed diffuser from the shop some time ago which has now dried up and needs refilling. Rather than purchasing the synthetic ingredients, try this recipe to make your own reed diffuser refill using pure essential oils. Click here for more information.
The Aromatherapy Essential Oil Recipes Blog is a great way of keeping you up-to-date with what’s happening on this website and in the world of aromatherapy. It… lets you know when new aromatherapy essential oil recipes and profiles are added keeps you up-to-date with other news about aromatherapy and essential oil recipes features special announcements such as book and product reviews, new recommended suppliers, and much more
This Natural Shaving Cream is great for both men and women. It is excellent for a man’s bristly beard as well as for the softer feminine hair on legs, underarms, bikini and Brazilian. Click here for the recipe.
Nutmeg was used for embalming in Egyptian times. It has been used in dental products, for flavoring foods and in many perfumes and hair products. Click here for more information.
Celebrate the New Year with this delightful blend, helping you to create more clarity for the year ahead. Click here for this new recipe.
Caraway is is a very old spice which dates back to Roman times where they used the seeds in their bread making. It was also used in Egyptian times and most recently is very popular in the Western European countries of Germany and Austria where the herb is added to sausages, sauerkraut and bread. Caraway is also used in making the liqueur Kümmel. Click here for more information.