October 04, 2021 74 Comments
Aromatherapy offers numerous great benefits for your mind and body. These benefits are best experienced through aromatherapy, however, you can also harness these benefits through a more portable version (even more portable than the Mini whatever it is). You can now take aromatherapy with you anywhere with our roll-on essential oils. There are fourteen roll-on essential oils and blends to choose from, but here are the most popular roll-on essential oils.
Lavender is popular not just for its beautiful purple flowers but also for its mild floral essence. As an essential oil, lavender is a versatile one that can be paired with many other essential oils. But what makes it popular in aromatherapy is its multitude of benefits. Lavender essential oil is believed to have relaxing, sedative, pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-septic, and anti-bacterial effects. It is often used to help people with anxiety relax, people with insomnia sleep better, as well as to treat menstrual cramps, migraines, and nausea. So, you can use lavender essential oil for numerous purposes. In a roll-on bottle, lavender essential oil is a portable multipurpose savior.
In recent years, tea tree oil has become a household name in the skincare industry. It is heralded as an effective treatment for pimples and acne. It has also been used as a treatment for dandruff, head lice, and athlete’s foot. These common uses are attributable to tea tree oil’s strong anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-viral effects. Many prefer the tea tree roll-on essential oil because it is already diluted to 5% dilution, so it is perfect for topical application, whether it’s for pimples or athlete’s foot.
The eucalyptus roll-on essential oil is probably one you would want in your purse or pocket at all times because of its amazing benefits. Eucalyptus essential oil has anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and pain-relieving properties. It’s a convenient roll-on to have nearby in case you have a headache, when you have congested nose, joint or muscle pain, nausea, or an upset stomach. You can also use eucalyptus essential oil as a first-aid for bruises, minor cuts, and wounds.
Our Signature blend is always a top favorite. It has a unique blend of elemi, cajeput, clary sage, Morrocan chamomile, and bergamot, which produces a calming uplifting scent. This awesome blend is also a potent anti-septic, clears up a congested nose or sinus, and helps relieve migraine. You get all the wonderful benefits of five essential oils in one roll-on bottle. But it’s also just as useful if you simply want a waft of freshness while you wait for the bus or train, for example.
The Burglars blend is a combination of clove, lemon, cinnamon, eucalyptus, and rosemary essential oils. This blend is popular for its ability to improve mental alertness, relieve pain, soothe cold or flu symptoms, improve blood circulation, and protect against insects. This is also great for times when you need to perk up—apply this on your temples or neck and you will instantly feel energized. Moreover, the Burglars blend has a strong but pleasant scent that deodorize unpleasant scents in your surroundings.
Roll-on essential oils are wonderful products that lets you bring aromatherapy anywhere. However, it’s important to remember that essential oils are extremely potent liquids that could cause allergic reactions when used incorrectly. These roll-on essential oils and blends have been diluted to 5%, which is the recommended dilution for adults’ daily use. Nevertheless, you need to exercise safety precaution before using these roll-on essential oils. Here are some things you should remember:
1. Do a skin patch test for 48 hours. If you develop a reaction, immediately wash off the oil from your skin. But don’t worry, you can still apply essential oil on your clothes that will let you inhale their aroma.
2. Topical application of essential oils is not advisable for kids younger than 5.
3. The best areas for topical aromatherapy are temples, base of the skull, neck, chest, wrists, abdomen, and feet. Never apply essential oils to your eyes, nose, mouth, and sensitive areas.
4. You may use roll-on essential oil blends to substitute or complement massage oils.
5. Always practice proper hygiene. If you are using a roll-on for your face, avoid using it on other parts of your body like your feet. Germs and other microbes may stick to the roll-on. This will transfer to your face and cause an infection.
Try out these roll-on essential oils as addition to your skincare, as ointment, or as portable aromatherapy. Were your favorite essential oils and blends mentioned above? Which of these oils will you try?
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