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What exactly is aromatherapy and why should these aromatherapy bath oil recipes be of any interest to you?

Aromatherapy Bath Oil Recipes

Believe it or not, it is considered a form of alternative medicine. It uses volatile plant materials and other aromatic stimulants to alter a person's mind, mood, cognitive function or health. We think of it as "natural chilling" - no disrespect intended.

Whatever you decide to use aromatherapy for, we hope it will always be for positive reasons. Used in a positive environment, aromatherapy will rekindle tired spirits, relax tired body's and clear the clutter of a busy mind.

We hope you enjoy using and experimenting with these lovely aromatherapy bath oil recipes.

Please don't forget to read our essential oil guide - they are very strong ingredients and should always be used with caution.


Recipe 1 – Relaxed Mind

Ingredients :

  • 120 ml. almond oil or olive oil or sesame oil or apricot kernel (carrier oil)
  • 5 drops essential oil of jasmine
  • 5 drops essential oil of chamomile
  • 5 drops essential oil of sandalwood

Pour the carrier oil into a container and add the essential oils one drop at a time. 

Shake to blend. 

Store in cool, dark, dry place.

Click here for measurement conversion tables


Recipe 2 – Rekindled Spirits

Ingredients :

  • 120 ml. almond oil or olive oil or sesame oil or apricot kernel (carrier oil)
  • 5 drops essential oil of lemon
  • 5 drops essential oil of lavender
  • 5 drops essential oil of peppermint

Pour the carrier oil into a container and add the essential oils one drop at a time. 

Shake to blend. 

Store in cool, dark, dry place.

Click here for measurement conversion tables


Recipe 3 – Awakened Creativity

Ingredients :

  • 120 ml. almond oil or olive oil or sesame oil or apricot kernel (carrier oil)
  • 5 drops essential oil of basil
  • 5 drops essential oil of rosemary
  • 3 drops essential oil of lavender
  • 2 drops oil of frankincense

Pour the carrier oil into a container and add the essential oils one drop at a time. 

Shake to blend. 

Store in cool, dark, dry place.

Click here for measurement conversion tables


What is frankincense

Frankincense in Aromatherapy

It is an aromatic gum resin obtained from trees called Boswellia located in Asia and Africa. The English word is derived from old French "franc encens", Franc meaning free or pure and encens meaning incense.

Traditional medicine has used it for hundreds of years for treating arthritis, healing wounds, strengthening the female hormone system and purifying the air.

Simplicity makes it easy to make and share

These aromatherapy bath oil recipes are simple to make and easy to use. Most ingredients are available from local health shops. Occasionally, you may have to buy some ingredients on the internet.

If the ingredients are not available in your country, always check your local laws to make sure that you can import cosmetics into your country - some countries restrict the import of cosmetic ingredients.

These aromatherapy recipes are probably just the tip of the iceberg. There are probably many more favourites out there.

If you have one that you love and would like to share, we would all be very grateful and so would our community.

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