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After a very long day of work, your body deserves to be pampered in a warm, soothing and very relaxing bath or massage. Supermarkets today offer a wide range of bath and massage oils that promise optimum satisfaction to the users. The great thing is, we have here a wonderful bath or massage oil recipe that would help you rejuvenate your mind and relax your body.
Here is a rundown of natural ingredients that will help you get a wonderful, refreshing and rejuvenating bath or massage:
According to research, when jojoba oil is used for massage or in baths, it helps in easing away stress and tension. This type of oil is also believed to be effective in relaxing sore and aching muscles. When applied onto the skin, jojoba oil quickly drenches nutrients into the skin that restore the skin’s natural suppleness and moisture.
Sweet Almond Oil
An excellent source of dietary fiber, protein, Vitamins E and B, as well as healthy fats, sweet almond oil is effective in moisturizing the skin and keeping its suppleness. When applied topically, sweet almond oil plays in important role in restoring the skin’s natural youthfulness. It also contains emollient properties that rejuvenates the skin, and makes it softer, smoother and even out.
Lavender Essential Oil
According to the University Of Maryland Medical Center, when lavender is frequently used in baths, it helps in purifying one’s spirit and body. When the scent of lavender is inhaled, it creates soothing, sedative and calming effects which make it a very effective herb for the treatment of insomnia, fatigue, depression and anxiety. Known for its antiviral and antibacterial properties, lavender is widely used in many forms of alternative medicine like acupuncture, chiropractic manipulation, massage and aromatherapy.
Rose Geranium Essential Oil
Best recognized for its wild “apple-lemon” smell, rose germanium helps in stimulating the proper functioning of the adrenal cortex as well as balancing the central nervous system. In the long run, this results to alleviation of anxiety and depression. When rose germanium oil is diluted into bath or blended with other essential oils, it works best in dealing with stress, PMS, bruises, cellulite, fluid retention, menstrual irregularities, shingles, hemorrhoids, eczema, edema and tension.
Lime Essential Oil
Considered as one of the most popular essential oils today, lime oil is best recognized for its aromatic citrus scent that offers invigorating effects to the body. In aromatherapy, lime oil is beneficial in alleviating the symptoms of depression, and in eliminating lethargy.
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Normally yellow in color, Ylang ylang is a lovely flower that produces erotic and sweet fragrance. Research shows that ylang ylang essential oil creates calming effects to the mind and the body. It also helps in stimulating and balancing the functions of the skin. Furthermore, ylang ylang is known for its sedative and euphoric effects to the nervous system – which are beneficial in dealing with panic, fear, shock, tension and anxiety.
Bergamot Essential Oil
Known for its distinct citrus smell, bergamot essential oil is another popular oil in aromatherapy. When diluted into bath, bergamot is thought to be capable of treating various skin ailments. In aromatherapy, research shows that bergamot has profound relaxing effects. Furthermore, it is beneficial in relieving depression, sleeplessness and fatigue. Bergapten-free Bergamot is advised for skin use as bergapten has been found to be photosensitizing.
Indulge yourself to the soothing effects of a unique bath and massage oils. Here is the link to the full tutorial: http://www.designsponge.com/2013/02/small-measures-creating-bath-massage-oils.html
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