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Adding Essential Oils To Your Daily Life: A Beginner’s Guide

Essential oils are aromatic compounds derived from plants with myriad therapeutic attributes. Their range of applications goes from simple diffusions to topical, inhalation, destressers, and much more. Whether you are looking to rejuvenate your exhausted senses after a long day of work or aiming to keep your skin immune from ageing effects, essential oils can answer all such worries without any toxic side effects.

Here is a beginner’s guide to incorporating natural essential oils in a normal self-care regime:


  • Diffusing: Use an essential oil diffuser to disperse the aroma throughout a room. Add a few drops of your chosen oil to water in the diffuser and let it fill the air. The fragrances are known to be natural stressbusters and can easily uplift the mood after those heavy hectic days.
  • Topical application: Dilute essential oils with a carrier oil, such as coconut oil or jojoba oil, before applying them to your skin. This helps to prevent skin irritation. Massage the diluted oil onto your wrists, temples, neck, or other desired areas. 

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  • Bathing: Add a few drops of essential oil to your bathwater for a soothing and aromatic experience. Mix the oil with a carrier oil or an unscented bath gel before adding it to the water. The most recommended choices include peppermint, bergamot, and lavender

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  • Inhalation: You can inhale essential oils directly from the bottle or by placing a few drops on a tissue or cloth and holding it near your nose. Take slow, deep breaths to enjoy the aroma and experience the benefits. Eucalyptus, peppermint, lemon, and lavender oil are highly recommended for seasonal allergies, cough, and cold. 
  •   Aromatherapy sprays: Make your own room or linen sprays by mixing essential oils with water in a spray bottle. Shake well before using and spritz the mixture into the air or onto your sheets and pillows.
  • DIY cleaning products: Essential oils like tea tree, lemon, or lavender can be added to homemade cleaning solutions to enhance their cleaning power and provide a fresh scent. Mix them with water, vinegar, and other natural ingredients to create your own cleaning products. For example, tea tree oil bears some miraculous anti-microbial and healing properties which makes it a perfect choice for small skin irritations, face washes, hair washes, and as a digestive aide. 
  • Personal care products: Incorporate essential oils into your skincare routine by adding a few drops to unscented lotions, creams, or oils. They can also be added to shampoo, conditioner, or body wash to enjoy their benefits during your daily hygiene routine. 

Note: Remember, essential oils are potent and should be used with care. It’s essential to follow proper dilution guidelines and consult reputable sources for information about each oil’s safety, usage, and potential contraindications. To know more, feel free to get in touch with us at.

Ishita Saxena 
Licensed Aromatherapist

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