A massage always has a calming and restful effect, an effect that you can heighten ever more with this relaxing massage oil based on essential oils. It combines the nourishing and soothing qualities of sweet almond oil with all the many benefits of essential oils.
The aromas of the essential oils transport both your body and your mind to a state of calm and serenity. This can work wonders to relieve tension and mental blocks. The essential oils of true lavender and German camomile are famed for their relaxing properties. In addition, lavender, camomile and niaouli are all great for your skin, thanks to the many nourishing and health-giving benefits they offer.
Treat yourself to a relaxing massage with this recipe for a restful massage oil
- 50 ml of Physalis sweet almond oil
- 6 drops of Physalis essential oil of true lavender
- 4 drops of Physalis essential oil of German camomile
- 4 drops of Physalis essential oil of niaouli
How to make the oil:
Pour the almond oil into a small bottle and add the drops of the essential oils. Close the bottle tightly and shake well, so that all the oils are mixed thoroughly.
You prefer a spray?
You can also diffuse this synergy of essential oils in your living room or work space for a delightful relaxing effect. The diffuser creates a mixture of water and essential oils in the form of millions of micro-particles that can then be sprayed as a fine and aromatic mist, the benefits of which are obtained when we breathe it in. This has a calming effect and improves our general well-being.
Real camomile brings you peace. It calms you down, soothes the stomach and reduces the bloated feeling after eating. It protects, regenerates and purifies the skin and eases insect bites.
True lavender oil is one of the most widely used of all essential oils, not in the least because of its pleasing scent. True lavender oil has relaxing qualities. It soothes and calms the skin after insect bites.
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