Viva Naturals Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser – Vibrant Changeable LED Lights, Soothing Mist & Oxygen, Automatic Shut Off
- Ultrasonic diffuser uses less oil than other diffusers and vaporizes without the use of heat. As the oils break down, they release a soothing mist and fragrant aroma that surrounds any room.
- Improve air quality, allergies, sleep patterns, skin health and more! Diffusers spread the benefits of aromatherapy oils to fight stubborn bacteria and fungus while humidifying dry air.
- Vibrant 7 LED Lights – Our diffuser offers a color for every mood. Moonlight white, firefly green, aquamarine teal, galaxy purple, sunset red, mellow yellow and mystic blue. Suitable as a nightlight for children too!
- Cool, Soothing Mist – Our mist feature projects continuous or intermittent cool vapor, projecting fragrant oil particles. Peaceful, quiet and temperature safe-you’ll feel the benefits without noticing it’s on!
- Three Working Modes – Choose from continuous mist, intermittent mist or our lights-only feature. Safe for overnight use or while you’re on-the-go, our automatic shut-off prevents the diffuser from burning out.
Burning aromatherapy candles scented with pure essential oils is a wonderful way to add fragrance to a room. Not only does an aromatherapy candle smell nice, it can have therapeutic effects on the body and mind.
Essential oils are extracted from certain aromatic plants and are used by aroma-therapists to promote emotional and physical well being. When a few drops of a particular plant essence are added to a candle, its powerful aroma molecules are diffused into the surrounding air as the wax melts. When inhaled, the fragrance can help soothe and revitalize.
For maximum aromatherapy benefits, candles should be made from natural based ingredients that don’t release toxins as they burn. Aromatherapy soy candles made from soybean wax are a popular option, as these are considered better for the environment than petroleum based candles
Aromatherapy massage oils
After a hectic day at work, your husband complains of every part of his body aching with pain. Will a good night’s sleep refresh him for the next hectic day? Not necessarily. With a similar schedule each day, he is adding to his pain, which within time will transform into a fatal disease. You being a caring wife, will you want this chain of events to continue? If no, then aromatherapy massage oils are for you.
Aromatherapy massage oils will go a long way in giving the much-needed relief to a person after a long day at work. Massage is both physically and emotionally stimulating for the body and when the massage is supplemented with essential oils the person gains from the synergistic influences of a calm mind and a radiant skin.
For the purpose of massage, people often mix more than one essential oil to give the desired effect. The most common of these is the lavender, clary sage and lemon blend. It is known as the stress blend. The essential oils in concentrated form can be dangerous for use. Therefore, aromatherapy massage oils are mixed with carrier oils before applying it on the body. Similarly, one can prepare an aphrodisiac blend with essential oils of sandalwood and jasmine. Just have an idea of what purpose the aromatherapy massage oils will be used for and go on with the blending.
Aromatherapy massage oils work wonders with your skin and provide mental calmness. It is also used as a cure from several diseases.
Sandalwood essential oil
Sandalwood is one of the world’s most widely used essential oils, prized for its scent in perfumery, for its therapeutic effects in Chinese, Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine systems, and for its ability to centre the mind in meditative yogic traditions.
Modern aromatherapy considers the oil an effective skin care agent for dry skin, general irritation and acne; it can help in cases of bronchitis, catarrh, dry persistent coughs, laryngitis and sore throat; it may relieve diarrhoea and nausea, and can be supportive in cases of cystitis.
Beyond the physical body, Sandalwood essential oil is a great tonic for the hyper-active mind. In practical terms, the oil is considered an anti-depressant through its ability to relieve hot, agitated emotional states, and to assist in release from over-thinking and worry.
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