Aromatherapy 101 - A Lesson on Essential Oils Presented by Beauty Research

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today discussing essential oils.

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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Plants were used both in the first medicines and beauty products. For more than 6,000 years, civilizations around the world have extracted essential oils from plants and then used them in numerous remedies, and that tradition continues today in the practices of aromatherapists and in the research and development labs of many top beauty brands. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Aromatherapy 101 - A Lesson on Essential Oils, discusses the use of essential oils both in clinical settings as a part of aromatherapeutic treatments and in the home setting in beauty treatments.

Essential oils are the scented liquids used in many beauty products and in aromatherapy. What exactly are essential oils? How are parts of plants used to produce essential oils and which parts are used? Why are essential oils used for aromatherapy and in so many skin care and hair care products on the market today? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/04/16/aromatherapy-101-a-lesson-on-essential-oils.aspx.

The modern clinical practice of aromatherapy can be traced back to 1928 and the work of a French chemist named René-Maurice Gattefossé. What is aromatherapy and for what is it used? How are aromatherapy treatments performed at home and in clinical settings? Which essential oils are used in treatments, and is there any proof that aromatherapy works? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/04/16/aromatherapy-101-a-lesson-on-essential-oils.aspx.

The growing interest in natural beauty products has led to many women making their own DIY beauty products, and essential oils are often used in these formulas. What are some simple DIY beauty recipes that contain essential oils? How can these DIY formulas be used? Where should women who want to learn more about making their own beauty products start their research? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/04/16/aromatherapy-101-a-lesson-on-essential-oils.aspx.

Commercially manufactured beauty products frequently include essential oils on their lists of ingredients. Which types of beauty products are most likely to contain essential oils? How are essential oils used in beauty products? Are essential oil-based beauty products only for women? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/04/16/aromatherapy-101-a-lesson-on-essential-oils.aspx.

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About Beauty Research

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women's health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com


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