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The Aromatherapy Beauty Guide

Discover how to create natural skin-care products by unlocking the therapeutic power of plants.


This comprehensive book provides a wealth of evidence-based information that provides a sensible and sound approach when it comes to creating your own natural product formulas. With clear and easy-to-follow directions, you'll be able to create your own signature products that will complement a natural lifestyle as well as meeting your individual skincare needs. 

The Aromatherapy Beauty Guide is broken down into easy-to-digest sections: 
The Foundation
Includes information on everything from anatomy of the skin, the all important mind-body connection, the nature of skin types from dry and sensitive skin to combination and aging skin as well the art of skin care and creating your personal skin care apothecary -- all without chemicals and preservatives -- just the tried and true chemistry of essential oils. 

The Ingredients for Great Skin Care
Information on all the raw ingredients you'll need to get started (clays, flours and grains) as well as comprehensive information on the important role of carrier oils. Danielle discusses the essential properties of 16 carrier oils like Coconut Oil, Jojoba, and Marula Oil. Plant butters such as Shea butter as well as herbal infusions are also featured for their healing and therapeutic properties. 

Essential Oils
35 essential oils are featured from Bergamot and Carrot Seed to Roman Chamomile. Discover all you need to know about essential oils including the biosynthesis of essential oils, the genus and varieties as well as a directory of the oils best suited to your personal care and needs.
Creating Your Own Personal Care Products
Over one hundred (100) formulations with easy-to-follow instructions on creating products for the face, body, bath, pregnancy and breastfeeding and personal care products for men.

DANIELLE SADE, BSc, CAHP has over thirty years of experience teaching and practicing complementary health practices where she creates educational certification programs in aromatherapy and also leads workshops in making natural product formulations for personal and professional use.
She's passionate about sharing the sound scientific basis upon which aromatherapy is built and making this invaluable information available to everyone. The aromatic molecules of a plant not only have the power to shift the way you feel but the essential oils from plants also have powerful therapeutic properties. It's the dynamics of these therapeutic actions that form the foundation in Danielle's successful approach to skin care.
Danielle was also inspired to write this book because she herself has experienced skin sensitivities that didn't improve even after visits to skin specialists and conventional therapies. When the symptoms didn't subside, she took matters into her own hands and sought out a natural-medicine healing approach through essential oils.
Making your own natural botanical creams and lotions is surprisingly simple and very satisfying – you'll soon be on the road to recovery and living a more natural lifestyle.

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