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  1. Phototoxic Essential Oils

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    Citrus Oil TipAromatherapy can be used in various ways to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. However, it's important to be aware of the potential risks associated with their use, particularly in relation to phototoxicity. Phototoxicity refers to the skin's increased sensitivity to sunlight or ultraviolet (UV) radiation when certain substances, such as specific essential oils, are applied topically. When phototoxic essential oils are used and the skin is exposed to sunlight or UV rays, it can lead to adverse reactions, ranging from mild irritation to severe burns which take a long time to heal. 

  2. Chamomile Essential Oil

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    Chamomile OilChamomile is often used in Massage Oils because it is a traditional favourite for promoting relaxation, reducing muscular tension and helping stress-related conditions, such as nervous tension and insomnia. 

  3. What are Essential Oils?

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    benefits of aromaEssential oils are a precious gift from Nature. They are very concentrated and powerful and are greatly diluted before use in aromatherapy.

    Essential oils are rarely used in their original, concentrated form but are always taken into the body via a carrier substance. This can be anything which takes the oils into the body, air, water, vegetable oils, lotions and creams are all carriers.

  4. Neroli Essential Oil

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    Neroli OilDid you know that Neroli is derived from the flowers of the Bitter Orange and takes its name from that of an Italian princess who used it as her favourite perfume!

    Neroli is the best choice to treat anxiety and other problems of an emotional or psychological nature.  It calms and soothes nerves before major events.  It is excellent for any kind of stress or tension, over-excitement, anxiety, shock or fears.