Healing Oils: 500 Formulas for Aromatherapy, by Carol Schiller and David Schiller (2nd Edition)
Create your own personal aromatic oils for healing, pleasure, and beauty. Using essential oils and these great recipes, you can make 500 different mixes, including massage oils, air fresheners, bath oils, mouthwash, furniture polish, and many more!
Create your own personal aromatic oils for every use?healing, pleasure and beauty. Using essential oils drawn from nature's flowers, trees, seeds, and roots, you can follow these recipes for making 500 different mixes for aromatherapy.
Use them for a variety of applications:
- For enhanced pleasure: as massage oils and air fresheners; as body powders and breath fresheners; for use in aroma lamps and scented candles; as fresheners for carpets, closets and drawers?even furniture polish?and much more.
- As beauty aids: skin care, bath oils, hair care, mouthwash, pre-shave oils.
With just this handbook, you can perfectly mix specific oils for your individual needs.
Size: 188 pages; 7" wide x 9" tall x ½" deep.
Published in 2016.
Carol Schiller and David Schiller have been working with formulating aromatherapy blends since 1986. Their aromatherapy articles have appeared in the following magazines: Mothering, Massage, Health World, Herb Quarterly, and Your Health. They also instruct classes for colleges and hold training courses for companies.
A Gift from Nature
Chapter 1: Aromatics—Past to Present
Chapter 2: Combining Scent and Touch
Chapter 3: Selecting and Using Pure Oils
Chapter 4: Aromatherapy Formulas
- Air Fresheners
- Aroma Lamps
- Baby Products
- Body Powder
- Breath Fresheners
- Carpet Fresheners
- Chapped Lips
- Closet and Drawer Scents
- Foot Baths
- Foot Powder
- Furniture Polish
- Hair Care
- Hand Baths
- Insect Bites
- Insect Repellents
- Hot Tub Oils
- Laundry Scents
- Lice Removers
- Light Bulb Rings
- Massage Oils
- Mist Sprays
- Skin Care
- Steam Inhalation
- Sunburn Relief
- Suntan Oil
Chapter 5: Carrier Oils
Chapter 6: Essential Oils A to Z
Chapter 7: Quick Guide to Properties