Valentine's Day, a day dedicated to love 💗.
With or without "The ONE", it's still that day. IT'S SEXY PAMPERING DAY!
So I immediately think of essential oils for the body, spirit, heart and mind.
Choose your and celebrate with that special someone or on your own.
P.S. you shouldn't have to wait for Valentine's day for a pampering session.
Did you know that there are "cold" and "hot" essential oils? The "cold oils" provide sensations of calm, tranquility and quiet. The "hot" ones, logically are the opposite, they promote fluid and open emotions, feelings of passion and sexual fervor.
Bellow is the information on each essential oil, but it is up to you the difficult task
of choosing. Choose wisely!
My Essential Oils of Choice
Aroma: Feminine, sweet, gentle and seductive.
Promotes: Sensuality, a positive perspective and stress reduction.
Offering a romantic touch, it has been used for centuries in wedding ceremonies. Now, why is that?
Aroma: Floral, sweet, light and green.
Promotes: Tranquility, calm and good vibes
The use of geranium essential oil dates back to ancient Egypt, to beautify the skin and reassure the mind.
Aroma: Intense floral, warm, exotic.
Promotes: self-confidence, good humor, positive outlook and feelings of peace.
Considered an aphrodisiac oil, it was a source of inspiration for Arab poets. Let go of inhibitions and let imagination your fly, the essential oil of Jasmine will help 😉
Aroma: Cozy, woody, sweet.
Promotes: Vitality, well-being, relieves muscle tension, relaxing.
I'm already imagining a relaxing massage to soothe the mind and body!
Aroma: Aromatic, warm and involving
Promotes: Stimulation of the circulatory and glandular system, and warming.
Why not raise the temperature, it's February!
Aroma: Hot, spicy and delicate.
Promotes: Invigorating and stimulating, increases the circulatory system.
This warm oil balances and strengthens the spirit and mind.
You can use the essential oils in several ways: put 5-7 drops in a
diffuser, massage or bath or simply apply a few drops strategically.😇
Remember that you should always dilute essential oils in a carrier oil,
(4 to 6 drops of essential oil for a tablespoon of carrier oil).
In the specific cases of cinnamon and ginger essential oils, for topical use,
the dilution will be 1 to 2 drops for a tablespoon of carrier oil.
Explore these wonderful essential oils.
Thanks Mother Nature!
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