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Aroma Therapy for Skin Care

Skin not only covers and protects the body organs, it also excretes various toxins from the body through sweat and perspiration and, for the later activity, and skin pores serve as outlets for exit of toxins. If skin is sex and health, good looking, soft, glazed, it is a boon for every one, whereas a rough skin denotes lack of sebaceous oils that feed and nutrient the skin. Essential oils have excellent penetrative properties, apart from making useful moisturizers. But all essential oils and their preparations do not suit all types of skin. These oils can stimulate circulation of blood and the lymphatic system, cleanse the tissues which cause sluggishness to skin, treat various skin problems and general skin care.

Healthy skin is dependent on many factors, such as balanced diet, consisting of grain cereals, pulses, green vegetables, and fresh seasonal fruits – rich in vitamins, minerals, dairy, poultry and sea products. In is pointed out that skin condition is also governed by various basics of physical contact, emotional and sentimental factors. Environmental factors, pollution's in air & water, local weather conditions also play an important role in this regard.

Types of skin
             
Certain weather conditions impact the skin greatly. For instance, skin can be dry in cold snowy and winter conditions, complexion usually darkens in summer, more oily during the period, in most conditions skin is stickier and gives out unpleasant smell. It usually changes from puberty to menopause. So, one oil cannot be used for all the aroma therapy for skin care, rather it has to be changed in consonance with weather conditions and the type of skin one has. Even oily skin can turn rough, cracked and dry and vice versa. Hence, choose an oil that suits best.
             Following classifications will give an idea about the properties that a particular oil possesses.

          Oils for Dry Skin: Chamomile, Geranium, Hyssop, Lavender, Patchouli, Rose, Sandalwood, Ylang-Ylang.
             Oils for Normal Skin: Chamomile (For Dry and Sensitive skin), Fennel (For Oily Skin), Geranium (For all types of skin), lemon (For Oily Skin), Patchouli (For Oily skin), Rose (For Dry and Sensitive Skin).
             Oils for Oily Skin: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon and Sage.
             Oils for Sensitive Skin: Chamomile, Lavender, Neroli, Rose and Sandalwood.


In a few cases oils may be required to be blended, particularly when there is combination skin – in some cases skin may be normal from forehead to nose and chin, but dry in other body language parts or it could be vice versa also. In this case use oils for the oily skin on greasy areas and use suitable oils for normal skin on the rest of the area of face.

Cleansers and Oils
skin type. Blend suitable oils with unperfumed blend of some cleanser, tissue, off cream or lotion or liquid soap – these blended oils will dis
charge nature’s duty in rebalancing your skin.

Toners
             
The gentlest way to rejuvenate and tone up the skin is to use rose oil for dry, sensitive or normal skin and which hazel for oily skins – all these can be applied with cotton wool or sprayed on to the face for a more refreshing tone. For oral use, you can use herbal tea in fusions of neetle, rosehip, chamomile and marigold teas. If fresh herbs cannot be had, herbal tea bags may be used instead, dropping 2 drops of lavender or orange oil and let the same cool. For dry skins sandalwood or roe oils would suit better but for skins lemon grass and Juniper are preferred.

Facial oils

Soft, supple, well-moisturized skin is reflective of healthy glow and also does not age so quickly. Hence use the most suitable facial oil. Most moisturizers sooth and sit on skin surface while essential oils act from surface to dermis due to their five molecular structure. If the essential oil in requisite proportion to a basics of physical contact oil , they do not block skin pores on lubrication as they are so light that the skin can immediately absorb them. Add 6 drops of an essential oil to 6 tsp, of base oil, keeping in mind an individual’s requirements and sensitivity factor but not more than 3 variable oils should be blended with the base oil.

Caution: Sensitivity factor may undergo some change. Hence if an oil is suitable once it should not be taken for granted that the same will suit a person always -such a situation is more common in highly sensitive skins.


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