aromatherapy-and-skin

Aromatherapy is one of the oldest ways to keep the human body in a beautiful form and bring it into complete harmony.

The aroma falls into the skin by inhalation or by contact with the skin, it successfully affects the work of individual organs and some life processes.
As the age grows or when you lose more pounds, the skin of the body and face relaxes and does not look good. The natural approach combining natural oils with massage can improve the flow of blood and restore the elasticity of the skin.

Here are some massage oils that are suitable for use in loose and not good-looking skin:

Rosemary oil – Provides firming action, strengthens the flow of blood into the skin cells. It is suitable for mixing with sweet almond oil and jojoba oil.
Frankincense oil – It has a firming effect, slows down the aging process and relaxes the skin. Incense oil is added to geranium, jojoba and sweet almond oils.
Rosehip oil – It has a moisturizing and softening effect on the skin. Contains vitamin C, which promotes collagen formation and strengthens tissue regeneration. It is desirable for a few hours after a rosehip massage to avoid excessive exposure to direct sunlight.
Carrot seed oil – The oil is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A. It helps detoxify skin cells and stimulate collagen formation. It is suitable for mixing with sweet almond oil. After use, the skin is smooth and beautiful, and infrequent use it is tight and elastic.

As long as the procedure for embellishing your skin lasts, you will also feel the pleasant aroma of oils, which successfully removes fatigue and relaxes the senses.

Different types of oils have different recommendations for use, so always read the dosing method and application on the packaging.
Combine aromatic massages with regular exercise and be sure to consume at least 1.5 liters of water per day.