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The Therapeutic Benefits of Aromatherapy


Aromatherapy is a powerhouse in the wellness space and can be found in a variety of products, ranging from candles, shower steamers, body creams, face oils and more.

What is aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is a holistic healing approach that uses essential oils extracted from various plants to promote physical, spiritual and emotional health. Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts that are derived from various parts of plants, including flowers, leaves, bark, and roots. In a nutshell, aromatherapy is a quick and convenient way to have a mood boosting, therapeutic experience.

What are the benefits of aromatherapy?

  1. Stress relief: Certain essential oils such as lavender, chamomile and bergamot can help calm the mind, reduce stress and anxiety and promote relaxation. Our Sleepy Me Shower Steamer, which contains lavender and vanilla, is our customer’s go to for that perfect wind down effect.
  2. Improved mood: Essential oils, such as lime and lily, have uplifting properties that can help improve mood, reduce depression, and promote feelings of happiness. Our Uplift Me Shower Steamer is infused with crisp apple and lime essential oils that can help restore energy.
  3. Respiratory health: Essential oils such as peppermint, menthol and eucalyptus can help clear the nasal passages and relieve congestion. All of our shower steamers contain menthol crystals to help promote healthy, clear breathing.
  4. Better sleep: Essential oils, such as lavender and chamomile, can help promote restful sleep, reduce insomnia, and improve overall sleep quality

It’s important to note that while aromatherapy can be beneficial, it should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment. So go on, breathe deeply and dive into the mood boosting benefits of aromatherapy.


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