Tuesday, 18 April 2017

The Aromatherapy Beauty Guide ~ #Review #Giveaway

I have always found Aromatherapy fascinating.  Different essential oils can help your health issues and the scent can even influence your emotions.   The Aromatherapy Beauty Guide describes that "using essential oils in personal care products allows you to establish a connection between inner well-being and external beauty."  This is a "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."




The Aromatheraapy Beauty Guide


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.


This book is jam packed with information.  I have learned so much from this book like it recommends certain oils for dry skin, oily skin and aging skin.  It describes chemicals you can live without like Methylisothiaxolinone, BHA & BHT, and Parabens.  It also provides in great details of different oils, type of fatty acids it contains and the benefits it has for your skin/health.

It contain recipes if you want to make your own lip balms, cleansers, facial toners, and facial moisturizing creams, etc...  The instructions look simple and you know what is in the products you are using.  It is ideal if you suffer from sensitive skin or you want more natural products to avoid certain chemicals found in many beauty products.  There is even a few recipes for the guys like shaving cream and beard oil.


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.

352 pages • 7" x 10" • Index
Full color throughout
More than 32 color photographs
ISBN 978-0-7788-0560-1
$24.95
Publication date: March 2017


GIVEAWAY!

Robert Rose Inc. would like to offer one of my readers to win their own a copy of The Aromatherapy Beauty Guide.

This giveaway will run from April 18th to May 15th, 2017 (midnight EST). Winner, You have 72 hours to reply. You must be 18+ Open to Canadians and U.S. only Good Luck!  
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*Disclosure - The product in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

23 comments:

  1. I live in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia. I would love to learn how to make my own natural products.

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  2. i'm in SK and my DIL and her family make a ton of bath products (Bath bombs etc)

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  3. Hi,i am in Newfoundland and i would love to know would like to know how to make my own natural products.

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  4. Ontario! I want to learn how to make bath bombs and other natural bath products.. I am not aware of anybody close to me that does it and it will save me alot of money.

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  5. Manitoba. I do a couple of basic natural products, but would like to expand on this.

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  6. I am in BC. I have made some natural things. My mom used to make alot!

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  7. I am in ON and my friend Lindsay would like tthis. slhaydon@hotmail.com

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  8. I am from QC and i made my own products and use essentials oils too.

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  9. I'm from Saskatchewan and I don't know anyone who likes to make their own natural products.

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  10. I am from BC. I don't make my own products but would sure love to try.

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  11. I live in ontario, I don't make my own products , but want to learn how.!

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  12. I've heard a lot about essential oils now and think that I might try them out, or a couple at least. I've only ever used tea tree oil so far.

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  13. I'm in Ontario. I haven't yet, but I'd like to

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  14. I'm from Ontario and my cousin makes her own mixes.

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  15. I am in Ontario and I have always been kind of interested in aromatherapy. Maybe its time to look into it more.

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  16. Ontario I would love too. I just started using essential oils.

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  17. Im from Alberta-- i dont make my own products but i use coconut oil fir alot of things.

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  18. I'm in Ontario. I have been interested in learning about making my own natural products.

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  19. I am from NB. I tried to make my own products before.

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  20. from ontario and I have a friend that makes her own products

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  21. I'm in Ontario, I have in the past but not for a year or two now.

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  22. I'm from Ontario and my sister in law is into making her own natural products It's also something I've noticed my hubby reading a lot about lately. Every time we visit her they get talking about it.

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  23. I live in Ontario. I would absolutely love to make my own products.

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