Essential Oils by Susan Curtis and Fran Johnson

Genre: Non-Fiction/Health and Beauty
Publisher: DK/Random House
Release Date: October 11, 2016

Essential Oils: All-Natural Recipes for Your Mind, Body, and Home is a must-have book for your cookbook/self-help shelf. I have already found this book so helpful in dozens of situations that I am buying myself a permanent copy.

The book starts by discussing the benefits of essential oils and how they're made. It goes on to explain the different uses, such as aromatherapy or a topical serum. From there, you learn about the different essential oils that you'll find in stores and the benefits to each. You'll learn about lavender oil's healing properties and lemon oil's mood-lifting ability.

Recipes come next. Learn how to make a soothing massage oil to help you relax and unwind after a stressful day. Make your own batch of homemade bath bombs or a hair conditioner that uses lavender, lemon, cypress, and coconut oil.

As I've mentioned in another blog, I have a skin condition called rosacea. The recipe for the calming facial spritz is on my list to make as soon as I have all the ingredients. All it takes is mineral water, aloe vera juice, rose water, glycerine, and rose essential oil.

Buy a copy of Essential Oils: All-Natural Recipes for Your Mind, Body, and Home today and enjoy the benefits for yourself and your home. From room fresheners to facial masks, this book has a great mix of recipes and many pages of useful information.


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