Updated September 2019
Busy Working Mum?
Don't you just love those days working on your projects,especially with the Essential Oils in the diffuser?
Whether you are working on your own projects or for others.
As a certified Aromatherapist and keen advocate of Essential Oil based products, I am especially fond of using my Diffuser in my home office as well as the rest of the house too. (Disclosure - There are Affiliate links in this post which means if you decide to purchase I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Please see full disclosure in disclaimer in footer)
Here are five essential oil choices and their reported qualities.
Frankincense (Affiliate Link)
Frankincense is such a gorgeous oil (in my opinion) I use a Frankincense skincare range which is divine. (I aim to write a separate post about the delights of using the skincare I choose to use) but for now, Frankincense is uplifting, soothing and warming (so comforting to use when you are working alone..). Can be used in a diffuser, with massage, and in the bath - always ask an aromatherapist who is qualified to mix oils and advise if you need help.
Lavender Essential Oil, (Affiliate Link) as you may know, has reported relaxation properties, is balancing and soothing too. Lovely to use in the diffuser when you are ready to wind down when you are factoring in some 'you' time. Lavender is also a purifying oil and is reported to have antiseptic and anti-fungal properties.
Clary Sage (Affiliate Link)
Is known to be beneficial for tension and has uplifting and balancing properties, ideal when you've been on that laptop too long! Caution - Do not Use in pregnancy and with alcohol
Bergamot (Affiliate Link)
This oil is known for its uplifting and refreshing nature and can be used in a diffuser, bath, and massage.
Caution - Sensitivity to sunlight so be aware if using in the bath or massage before venturing outdoors.
Tea Tree (Affiliate Link)
I especially love Tea Tree Essential Oil because of its clean aroma, I use a few drops in a carrier oil, then add to water to keep areas of the house smelling fresh, especially the kitchen. The oil is ideal for wiping the keyboard too.
Treat with caution as the oil can irritate sensitive skin.
Important ***Always contact a qualified Aromatherapist before purchasing a diffuser as they can inform you about safety or if you are thinking of purchasing Essential Oils check with the provider.
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Disclaimer - Please note I do not provide prescriptive advice with regard to Essential Oils.
Thank-you for reading
© Jacqueline McMullin 2017