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In today’s era, keeping up with the fast pace of life has created a lot of repercussions. Most of us will agree that we all long for good old days when life was comparatively easy and in that search, we somehow tend to look back to what our ancestors did for a happy and healthy life. One thing that we have learnt from them is the importance of natural extracts for our wellbeing. Whether it is the oil produced from tree barks or concentrated oil collected from beautiful flowers, going natural has always proven to be healthy for our mind, body, and soul. Termed as essential oils by us, it is something which will always remain relevant. Chances are that you are already aware of the healing properties of essential oils, but if you aren’t, trust it is nothing less than miraculous. Use it in the oil diffuser, or use it as a body oil or bath oil, these natural 100% pure extracts from various trees and flowers will help you to enhance your beauty inside out.
To suggest a few, we have come up with the five best essential oils which you should consider using almost daily.
The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil
If you haven’t introduced tea tree oil in your daily skincare regime yet, you are missing out on something significant. Not just it is beneficial for skin but it also has soothing and healing qualities. Tea Tree oil can be used in many forms, to cure dry skin, remove impurities, curing inflammation, etc. Dab it over your face or in the affected area during your bedtime beauty regime and feel the difference. Not just for your face, Tea Tree Oil also turns out to be remedial for nails and cracked heels. It’s time to buy one for your vanity kit.
Forest Essentials Tranquil Sleep
We seldom notice, but our fast pace lifestyle and day to day stress has become a sweet poison. No wonder our mind and soul yearn for relaxation and calmness at the end of the day. Gifting yourself a restful sleep thus becomes a great option. Tranquil Sleep from Forest Essentials is meant to release you free from all the stress and anxiety you have had throughout the day and give you a good night's sleep. Infused with the goodness of Sandalwood, Geranium, Nutmeg, and Lavender it becomes highly therapeutic. Simply spray it below your ears or add a few drops over your pillow and you are done for the night.
Kama Ayurveda Lavender Essential Oil
Coming straight from the goodness of lavender flowers grown on the valley of Kashmir, this essential oil from Kama Ayurveda is perfect to bring calmness. Lavender known for its calming and relaxing properties, soothes the mind and relieves muscle spasms if used regularly. Use it for aromatherapy or apply a few dabs on your face before you sleep, either way, it is beneficial.
Kama Ayurveda Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Eucalyptus has always been famed for its goodness when it comes to beauty treatment. From ages, Eucalyptus has been used in making cosmetic products and scent items. This Eucalyptus essential oil is cold-pressed from the trees grown in Nilgiris Hills. As fresh as it sounds, a single drop of it can help you to lower down the stress level. Its woody and sweet aroma relaxes the muscle and strengthens immunity. Use it for aromatherapy or blend it with massage or bath oil, either way, it will show its magic. Especially for winters, you can mix it with your moisturiser for that long-lasting soft and supple look.
Rosemary Pure Essential Oil
Apart from being a star ingredient of many Italian dishes, Rosemary is also a miracle for skin, mind and body. Its wood-like aroma has the power to cure headaches, boost immunity, help hair growth and eliminate scar from the skin. You can blend it with your beauty products or hair oil for the best use. While its healing capacity will make you feel healthy its therapeutic fragrance will enhance the clarity of mind.
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