How can we save the bees and why is it important?
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by Libby
2M ago
At Lib's Aromatherapy, we have joined in the race to help save the bees! All bee species are essential for our ecosystem to stay healthy. After all, they are one of the main pollen collectors, spreading it far and wide to pollinate our trees and wildflowers which in turn supports other insects. These insects then support birds, bats, mammals, and so on. Take bees out of that equation and all would most certainly be lost. But bees are losing their habitat and food sources because of many factors: New Housing However needed, new housing destroys large areas of natural habitat, taking away wildf ..read more
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"Discover the Ultimate Guide to Using Pulse Point Oils for Health and Wellness"
Libs Aromatheraphy Blog
by Libby
2M ago
What are pulse point oils? Your pulse is the movement of blood being pumped around the body by the heart, and a 'pulse point' is an area of the body where you can feel this motion each time the heart beats. These areas are where the artery is closest to the skin's surface and usually where the skin is at its thinnest. There are 9 pulse points located on the body, but for the sake of aromatherapy, 4 of these are the best places to apply your essential oil rollerball blend. The reasons why these are the ideal areas to apply your rollerball blend are: They are absorbed into the skin quicker than ..read more
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How to use pulse point oils?
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by Libby
7M ago
What are pulse points? Pulse points are areas of the body where your pulse is most noticeable to touch. These are the areas where the skin is at its thinnest and the blood flows closest to the surface of the skin. where are pulse points located on the body? There are pulse points all over the body, but the 2 most well-known pulse points are located on the inner wrists and neck. These are the most common places to check the pulse, and where you would usually spray your perfumes or aftershave before going out. Why do we apply perfumes on pulse points? When perfumes are applied to pulse points, t ..read more
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What is aromatherapy?
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by Libby
7M ago
In essence, aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses essential oils to promote health and well-being. ​ "The therapeutic use of essential oils from plants for the improvement of physical, emotional and spiritual well-being" - NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) ​ ​ Where did aromatherapy originate? ​ The word 'Aromatherapy' has been around since the late 1930s, a term invented by French chemist Rene-Maurice Gattefosse to describe the healing benefits of essential oils, but essential oils have been used therapeutically for thousands of years, and throughout histo ..read more
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Why choose our candles?
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by Libby
8M ago
I've always been a candle lover. There's nothing better than relaxing in the evening with a film, a big glass of your favourite tipple and a candle flickering in the background! I used to spend so much money on scented candles like baby powder, pomegranate, fresh linen, etc. But it got to the point where I began to find them so overpowering and unnatural, so much so they started giving me headaches with such suffocating scents, so I ended up throwing them away! After studying Beauty Therapy and Aromatherapy, learning all about essential oils and discovering their clean and fresh fragrances an ..read more
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How To Use A Reed Diffuser?
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by Libby
8M ago
Reed Diffusers are so underrated, and I think the reason why is because people don't put them in the right place. They are so easy to use, you simply insert the reeds and leave it to do its job. how does a reed diffuser work? Unlike electric diffusers and Oil Burners, Reed Diffusers work on the principle of capillary action and rely on natural airflow to carry the aroma around the room. Electric diffusers use ultrasonic soundwaves to atomize the water and oil, and a fan to blow the atoms out into the air, in the form of water vapour. Oil burners rely on heat from a burning flame or electric ..read more
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The History Of Aromatherapy
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by Libby
8M ago
The history of essential oils span thousands of years, going all the way back to the ancient Egyptians and beyond, confirming just how precious these oils were, and still are. The word and history of "Aromatherapy" came along a lot later, but is still being practiced today, and is becoming ever more popular for many people all over the world. the meaning of Aromatherapy "The therapeutic use of essential oils from plants for the improvement of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being." - ,NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) Essential oils have been used for thousands of ye ..read more
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What is aromatherapy?
Libs Aromatheraphy Blog
by Libby
8M ago
In essence, aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses essential oils to promote health and well-being. The therapeutic use of essential oils from plants for the improvement of physical, emotional and spiritual well-being - NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) Where did aromatherapy originate? The word 'Aromatherapy' has been around since the late 1930s, a term invented by French chemist Rene-Maurice Gattefosse to describe the healing benefits of essential oils, but essential oils have been used therapeutically for thousands of years, and throughout history have be ..read more
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Is "nose blind" really a thing?
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by Libby
8M ago
Have you ever noticed that halfway through the day you can't smell your own perfume anymore, but others can? Or you've spent lots of money on a diffuser that doesn't seem to be filling your room with fragrance anymore. Well, it's not the perfume, or the diffuser ... it's your nose! Working with essential oils means I experience nose blindness all the time when making my products. Luckily my partner's there to confirm that I'm not going mad, there is actually a fragrance there! Nose blindness or Olfactory Fatigue is the common experience of losing sensitivity to odours after prolonged exposure ..read more
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Our aromatherapy blends
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by Libby
8M ago
My pre-blended Essential oils are expertly created and blended by me with your well-being in mind. Whether you need to relax after a long day at work, or you need an uplifting boost to start your day, I have you covered. Made with the purest of essential oils, they can be used in many ways, making them the best aromatherapy blends for any mood. relax Lavender & Geranium - A blend to calm and relax the mind and body for absolute tranquility. Great for diffusing, bathing or massage (must be *diluted). This is the perfect oil to use before bed for peace, calm, and relaxation, especially when ..read more
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