It doesn't take a lot of time or money to keep your skin looking good - just daily attention to nurturing and protecting your skin. Nature's repair process is slow and steady with cells being constantly replaced. Aromatherapy skincare should be an essential part of your health routine.
As we get older this repair process slows down, but with regular application of Essential Oils this slowing down will not begin so soon. In conjunction with a good diet, the use of Essential Oils on the skin brings a gradual improvement in the texture and appearance of the complexion.
Skin care should not be confined to only the face - Aromatherapy treatments with massage oil or aromatic baths, can be applied with much benefit to the whole body surface.
The skin is very much more than just an outer covering; it is also one of the body's largest organs. Skin is a vitally important part of aromatherapy, because it is one of the two routes through which Essential Oils can enter the bloodstream and thus travel round the body; the other being via the lungs.
The skin is a giant organ of elimination, getting rid of the waste products of many body processes through the pores, carried in sweat. If the skin can allow certain substances to pass out of the body, while safely containing others, it is also true that it can absorb some substances into the body while excluding others that could harm the muscles and organs beneath it. Because of this the skin is described as semi-permeable.
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