Among the methods of aromatherapy, aromamassage stands apart.

Aromatic massage is not only a pleasant procedure, it has a very strong effect on the entire body.

Under the influence of oils, not only has a positive effect on internal organs. Under the influence of fragrances, even brain activity, you even start to think clearly and clearly.

Aroma massage combines the methods of mechanical action in the form of friction, pressure, vibration and the influence of aromatic substances on the human body through the skin, odor and inhalation.

The combination of these physiotherapy methods has a physicochemical effect on the tissues of the body. It also contributes to its resistance to unfavorable external and internal influences and to the enhancement of the protective-adaptive mechanisms of the body.

The main advantage of aroma massage is that oils are stronger than other substances in their strength and effectiveness. Because oil has a special property.

Its molecules are very small in size, so they penetrate well through the skin. Also penetrate easily and deeply into the tissues of the body. Get into the blood and quickly spread to all organs.


Let’s start the massage.

Before you start the aromatic massage, you need to prepare directly the massage oil. For him, in addition to essential oil, the main or transport oil is required. It is called so because it transfers to aromatic cells and skin tissues the aromatic oils added to it.

Before the massage you need to take a shower. Then lie in a comfortable pose. Relax and apply a mixture of oil on the body.

You can first give the oil a little soak. Then start a massage.
Keep in mind that useful substances of different oils are absorbed by the body at different rates.

Eucalyptus penetrates the skin after 20-40 minutes, anise, bergamot, lemon — after 40-60 minutes, lavender and geranium — after 1-1,5 hours, coriander and mint — after 1,5-2 hours.

So tune in for a long procedure! But after that you will feel how your health, your mood and even the very perception of life for the better have changed.

Cooking massage oil.

For general massage, it is good to use avocado oil, apricot and peach seed, sesame, mustard or olive oil.

The usual concentration is 3-5%, that is 30-50 drops of essential oil per 50 ml basic, — for body massage and 1-2%, this is 10-20 drops of essential oil per 50 ml base, — for facial massage.

Essential oils are selected in accordance with the tasks to be solved in the process
massage course.


• Preheat and stimulate blood circulation:
Leaves of cinnamon, clove, black pepper, red pepper, ginger, birch, oregano.

• Stimulate the cleavage of adipose tissue:
Grapefruit, lemon, orange.

• Pain medication:
Bergamot, birch, clove, ginger, lavender, marjoram, nutmeg, peppermint, rosemary, chamomile, eucalyptus.

• Lymphatic drainage action:
Fennel, pine, cedar, fir, fir, juniper, common.

• Lifting action:
Sandalwood, incense, myrrh, carrot seeds, palmarosa, rosewood, rose, mimosa, jasmine, lotus, geranium.

• Antiseptic properties:
Tea tree, manuka, kaeput, lemon, incense, myrrh, myrtle, chamomile, pine, eucalyptus, thyme, immortelle, lavender, naioli.

• Relaxing oils:
Lavender, ylang-ylang, incense, chamomile blue, marjoram, lotus, benzoin.

• Tonic oils:
Peppermint, rosemary, orange, bergamot, lemon, black pepper, vetiver, muscatia sage, thyme.

• Erotic oils:
Patchouli, ylang-ylang, geranium, grapefruit, myrrh, sandalwood, bergamot, ginger,
Nutmeg, rose, jasmine, vetiver, mimosa.

Helpful Tips.

• Do not use deodorant or perfume before the massage:
This will block the action of the oil.

• Do not eat just before the aromatherapy massage, because during the digestive process the body can not properly relax.

• Do not drink alcohol before the procedure.

• At the end of the session, drink a glass of clean water.

• After the massage, lie down for at least 5 minutes.

• Do not take a bath or shower for 12 hours after the procedure so that the oils are well absorbed into the skin.

• Drink as much water as possible for the rest of the day, as the kidneys take an active part in the removal of toxins from the body.






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