Showing posts with label eucalyptus essential oil. Show all posts
Showing posts with label eucalyptus essential oil. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Combat Stuffy Sinus Season!

We are closing in on the season our clients dread the most. Cold temps, dry heat, congested sinuses. Help combat this, and be sure to stock up on some soothing Eucalyptus products!

One of my favorites would be a soothing paraffin foot or hand treatment. Therabath Paraffin Beads / Eucalyptus Rosemary Mint is a healing blend of oils to help calm any stuffy situation. This FDA Food-Grade paraffin is triple filtered, high quality, and crystal clear. It’s great for any paraffin spa, and it is soft and supple, so it will not crack. Made in the USA!

Don't forget to add the Eucalyptus oils to your diffusers! Now brand oils are 100% pure, natural and paraben free!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Achieve the Impossible: Mix Oil and Water with Water-Soluble Essential Oils!


A really great way to take hot towel treatments to the next level would be to add a few drops of essential oil to each towel. Whenever people inquire about towels, or even hot towel cabis, we always recommend that they consider purchasing a bottle of Lavender or Eucalyptus essential oil to help add a stimulating or relaxing effect to the towels.

However, a client of ours recently brought up that her towels were not maintaining the fragrance she wanted for her clients. Instead of absorbing into the towels, essential oils actually sit on top of the water and roll off. The solution? Water-soluble Essential Oil!

Oil and water naturally repel each other and are next to impossible to mix, but water-soluble essential oil is different. It has been specially formulated to mix with water and, therefore, absorbs into your hot (or cold) towels, resulting in an easy yet luxurious treatment for every client! These essential oils are also not just for your towels, either! You can use them with:
  • Facial Steamers
  • Pedicure Baths
  • Hydrocollators
  • Steam Rooms
  • Hydrotherapy Treatments
What scents would you like to use with these treatments?