During the current period of uncertainty, looking after your mental and physical
health is more important than ever. Keeping on top of your wellbeing is one of
the best ways to boost your immune system naturally, and can help you get
through challenging periods such as this one with ease. There are plenty of ways
to build an effective daily self care routine , including regularly using essential
Read on to discover 4 ways to use essential oils today!
1. Set the perfect atmosphere
When it comes to easy ways to set a calming, uplifting atmosphere, it doesn’t get much better than an essential oil diffuser . Simply pop your favourite essential oil blend or single essential oil into your diffuser, sit back, and enjoy the many benefits of aromatherapy . This is a great way to centre yourself and enhance productivity while working from home or to wind down at the end of the day.
2. Make a natural perfume
Forget about shelling out for an expensive natural perfume and simply make your own! Blending your favourite essential oil with a carrier oil and decanting it into a rollerball bottle can give you a custom natural scent that you can reapply throughout the day.
3. An aromatic massage
Treat yourself or a loved one to a soothing, relaxing massage with essential oils. In addition to nourishing your skin and calming your mind, adding essential oils to your massage can help encourage lymphatic drainage and release muscle tension.
4. Indulge in a luxurious bath
Turn your nightly bath or shower into a luxurious spa experience at home by adding a few drops of your favourite essential oils. Add them directly to your bath water for an immersive experience, or add a few drops to the corner of
your shower cubicle to create warm, aromatic steam.
Liz is the Marketing Coordinator at ECO. Modern Essentials and oversees the company’s brand and communication strategy. Liz has extensive experience in brand management, strategy development and digital marketing across a range of direct-to-consumer businesses in the health and wellness industry. She is a qualified Yoga instructor and has been practicing for nearly a decade. Liz is passionate about everything wellness and has a strong interest in holistic health.