Essential oils can be any products from herbal plants & tree who find via Hydro distill plant, CO2 Plant (Supercritical Carbon Dioxide), Solvent Extraction, Cold-Pressed etc. Its can be any Oil, Concretes, Natural Aroma Compounds, Perfumes from the Leaves, Flowers, Bark, Roots, Wood, Seeds or Peel of Herbal Plans & Tree.
Essential oils enter the body primarily in three ways—applied to the skin, inhaled, or ingested. Within each of these, there are many different kinds of application methods. For example, you can apply essential oils topically using compresses, sprays, baths, or massaging them into the skin.
The application method chosen depends on the desired effect and the essential oil selected. For example, some essential oils are irritating to the skin because of their chemistry. These would need more dilution or might better be used by inhalation.
As with all essential oils, never use them undiluted. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner.
Essential Oils can be uses in following .......
- Facial Steam
- Medical treatment
To avoid deterioration and protect the aromatic and therapeutic properties of your essential oils, store them safe...
Store your oils in ideal storage bottles or cans.
Keep the cap tightly closed on the bottle.
Keep stored oils out of direct sunlight.
Avoid heat sources.
Avoid storing oils on easily-damaged surfaces.
While some people have sensitive skin, everyone has sensitive eyes. So, what do you do if you get essential oils in your eyes? Since essential oils and water do not mix, you need a substance that is safe to use in your eyes and that will quickly emulsify the essential oil, allowing water to quickly flush it all away. The answer is milk or cream. If you get essential oils in your eyes, quickly flush the eye with milk or cream until it stop burning. This should happen almost immediately. At that point, you can flush the eyes with fresh water to remove the milk. Contact to your doctor, If irritation continue.