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TEA TREE RUNS SUPREME-BUT NOW I’M HEARING A LOT OF JOJOBA CHATTER? WHAT OIL REIGNS IN YOUR BEAUTY ROUTINE?

TEA TREE RUNS SUPREME-BUT NOW I’M HEARING A LOT OF JOJOBA CHATTER? WHAT OIL REIGNS IN YOUR BEAUTY ROUTINE?

aromatherapyMeg here! Stylemama may be responsible for a world surge in the spike of sales of tea tree oil. Her praises on it run from it growing your hair to clearing up a zit in no time flat.

Jojoba oil is another essential that seems to be closing in at a close second. From reading the Magic Of Aloe review, it seems as though quite a few of you use it to remove makeup at night.

I’ve been reading up and really trying to educate myself on the different properties. From Bergamont to Vetivert-there’s a whole holistic world out there!

Before I forget! Here’s the ingredients (you have until Friday if you want to do it with us) to add to your grocery store list!

LAVENDER ESSENTIAL OIL
ALMOND OIL
MARJORAM ESSENTIAL OIL
CLARY SAGE ESSENTIAL OIL
2 OUNCE GLASS BOTTLE

Whole Foods should have everything above. I found some pretty blue empty glass bottles for pretty inexpensive in the essential oil section.

We’ve learned about the benefits of how relaxing and soothing lavender is but what are the benefits of these newbies?

Almond Oil’s benefits: Improves complexion and retains glow, Moisturises better and deeper, Soothes skin irritation and inflammation, Delays ageing process,Lightens dark circles,Relieves dry and itching skin ,Nourishes the skin. Makes it smooth and soft. What it does for the hair is amazing! Nourishes hair and smoothes hair cuticles, Makes hair long, strong and thick,Massaging with almond oil adds shine to the hair Controls hair fall. Almond Oil is chock full of Vitamin E and has a bunch of Vitamin D in it so we’ll be using this ingredient a lot! Hair issues? This works great rubbed nightly into the scalp!

Marjoram Essential Oil
is helpful in curing nearly all types of spasms and resultant problems. It efficiently relieves spasm in respiratory system, intestines and muscular spasms in limbs. It also helps cure convulsions, muscle pulls, cramps and spasmodic cholera which are caused due to spasms. Marjoram Essential Oil can efficiently handle gas trouble. It gives the gases a safe downward passage by relaxing the muscles in the abdominal region as well as also stops further gas formation. This help you get rid of a number of related problems such as indigestion, nausea, vomiting, stomachache, chest pain, hypertension and flatulence. Helps cure headache, sinusitis, cold, bronchitis, asthma, stress and insomnia, pain in muscles and joints and fatigue. So if you have any digestive or cramp issues-maybe handy to keep this around!

Clary Sage-Can be used against addiction (particularly drug addicts) and for inducing a desire for a positive way of life and to treat back aches, joint pain, regulate excess sebum production etc. It also eases labor and reduces labor pain. It is particularly good for treating symptoms associated with Post Menopause Syndrome. It also reduces stress and promotes tranquility and helps alleviate depression. Bad PMS? Awful periods? Grab some clary sage on your next outing!

I’m glad for my own personal knowledge that we’ve added this feature. It is definitely interesting and I’ve always wondered about the value of aromatherapy. Please, all I need to do is rub lavender in my temples and..Oh wait! It does work.

The holidays are such a traumatic time of year. That should be the song “It’s the most traumatic time of the year.” Can’t you hear that being piped through the Bloomingdales after you’ve just fought for a parking spot within 5 miles of the entrance?

After spending all of your money on festivities there may not be much left over for a spa day but look at you! You did it all by yourself! If I can do it then a slow monkey can so no excuse ladies!!Kiss

Let me know your secret holistic weapon? What oil or herb can you just not be without (ok stoner’s we don’t need to know about that favorite herb.) Or do we?

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