Perfume and Aromatherapy
Perfume and aromatherapy are most enduring to our senses. They have the power to transform our emotions as well as heal our bodies. Aromatherapy is a healing art, with roots lying in antiquity. It traces back to more than 6000 years, where ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Persians and Romans used to burn scented flowers and herbs and enjoy aromatic bath, massage and skin care for curative and cosmetic purposes.
Aromatherapy produces both psychological and physiological effects. It helps in relieving stress and headache, bring sleep improvement, mood boosting, muscles relaxation, immune system's stimulation etc. Perfumes on the other hand use synthesized chemicals. The perfumes consists of essential oils that are synthesized chemicals and representative of constituents (chemicals) of essential oils and other natural ingredients. Many perfumes are used in aromatherapy, mainly for their fragrance.When using a blend created therapeutic benefit can also occur. The focus of the blend, however, is on the final aroma, not its therapeutic properties.
Essential Oils are widely used in aromatherapy and perfumery industry. Their natural healing, relaxing and uplifting attributes, makes them an integral property of aromatherapy. Aromatherapy Essential Oils are extensively used in massage, bath, candles, inhales, room and body perfume, hair shampoo, facial etc. Aromatherapy is based on essential oils to accomplish gentle, nourishing effects on body and brain. The aromatherapy oils are used on the skin, in the bath and through inhalation to boost emotional well being. Essential Oils also find a place in the perfumes. The natural fragrance of these oils are ideal for enhancing mood and relaxation. The perfumes made from essential oils are completely natural and will make you feel glamorous exotic, confident and utterly feminine.
There are many essential oils that are used in the perfumery and aromatherapy. The modern fragrances constitutes of synthetic molecules which are created in laboratory Natural Attars. There are numerous examples of aromatherapy essential oils being used in these two industries, which are immensely rejuvenating.
Bergamot is refreshing and uplifting. The peppery herb Rosmarinus officinalis uplifts the senses, on the other hand Chamomile is soothing and relaxing. Clary Sage has a warming effect and cypress is relaxing and refreshing. Eucalyptus on the other is used in aromatherapy for its balancing and stimulating properties. Fennela have a clearing effect with an earthy and sweet smell. Frankincense has uplifting and relaxing effects and a sweet, warm scent. Geranium has comforting and healing effects and its floral, sweet and earthy scent is used for uplifting moods. Rosemary is relaxing and refreshing with a warm, deep, floral scent and is widely used in the perfume industry. These aromatherapy oils are refreshing and relaxing, whether used in aromatherapy or in perfumery, these oils will definitely rejuvenate your senses and bring a positive effect on your mind and body.
Sweet Almond Carrier Oil- Almond oil is the mainstay of therapists worldwide. It is widely used in cosmetics, massage and body products for its rich properties.
Avocada Oil- Avacado carrier oil blends are very useful when treating sun, climate or chemical damaged skin that is dehydrated and undernourished.
Cucumber Oil- Cucumber oil is used in various cosmetic applications for its cooling, nutritive, and soothing properties, and plays a function in skin care, hair care and nail creams.
Coconut Oil- Coconut carrier oil is a wonderful oil to be used as a bath oil with natural dispersant properties allowing you to combine essential oils and create luxurious bath oils without chemicals.
Wheatgerm Carrier Oil- Wheatgerm oil is a perfect addition for massage oil or for preparing carrier blends.