‘Health is not just about being non-sick but a state of complete mental, physical, spiritual, and social well-being’. This is the modern day axiom all the spas and beauty centers are following these days.
Why essential oils?
Modern society believes deeply in relaxation being an important part of one’s health. Spa aromatherapy might not be the reason that people go to spas but it is definitely the reason people come over and over again. It helps in managing stress and relaxing the mind. The spas and beauty care centers are using essential oils in a composed manner for vitalizing and bolstering psychological and spiritual comfort. Essential oils permeate into the skin and provide a fair unblemished skin. They are very effective in providing shiny and strong hair. Essential oils invigorate the skin and allow it to breathe. Inhaling essential oils is amazingly effective as this sends messages to your brain cells, thus affecting emotions and thoughts and elevating mood.
Important essential oils used in Spa Aromatherapy
Frankincense essential oil: This oil works wonders with acne and wrinkles, improves skin texture and reduces blemishes and signs of ageing, thus finding an important role in face spa.
Lavender essential oil: Lavender oil exhibits calming properties. It helps in getting rid of stress and anxiety and soothes the mind.
Eucalyptus essential oil: Eucalyptus oil has antiseptic properties and finds its application in spas for composed bathing.
Tea tree essential oil: Tea tree oil possesses antifungal properties and used in spas for manicure and pedicure treatments.
Peppermint essential oil: Peppermint essential oil helps in improving circulation and relieving acute pain.
Cubeb oil: Spa centers use cubeb oil for massaging their customers to get rid of stress and muscle pain.
Cypress oil: Cypress oil suppresses stress and relaxes nerves and soothes mind.
Everybody today is living a hectic and stressful life. Therefore, it becomes important to get these sessions from time-to-time and take care of entire body mentally, physically and spiritually.