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The therapeutic benefits of essential oil are well documented. Ancient civilizations in China and Egypt made use of essential oils for everything from skincare to haircare, to healing illness and muscle pains. In modern times, aromatherapy is an art form and a science. Aromatherapy is finally being used in hospitals, where medical professionals are integrating essential oils as a supplemental treatment. Some companies are studying the use of aromatherapy to facilitate stress reduction in the workplace. Yet, many people are yet unaware of how powerful and profound the therapeutic benefits of essential oils can be. Since these unique oils are a product of the immune center of the plants from which they’re extracted, humans can use oils to support personal health and wellness. Here are some of the amazing benefits reaped with the use of essential oils.

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You’ll enjoy transformative results when you regularly use quality anti-aging products for women. The following collection of products will help you to look and feel younger.

Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Hyaluronic acid serum is effective because it’s packed with botanicals, vitamins and minerals. Frequently prescribed by dermatologists for improving skin texture, it absorbs water, helps plump the skin and fills out deeper lines and wrinkles. The best hyaluronic acid serum formulations contain geranium essential oil for inflammation, vitamin C for brightening and firming, and jojoba oil for deep moisturizing. Place a few drops on your fingertips and massage the skin. Allow the serum to absorb before resuming your skincare ritual.

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No matter where you live, winter conditions take a toll on your skin. Whether you’re battling frosty winds and chapped lips, or coping with low humidity levels, winter is rough on the skin. Head into spring and pamper your skin—a routine that includes cleansing and exfoliation. A natural skincare regimen wouldn’t be complete without a plan for coping with increased humidity levels and sun exposure. Your springtime skincare routine includes more than just your face – make sure your feet and legs are ready for skirts and sandals after months of boots and leggings.

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Seasonal allergies affect millions of people. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that nasal allergies alone affect about 50 million people in the U.S. Allergies are caused by the body’s immune response to environmental elements like pollen. The reactions brought on by environmental allergens run from mild to severe, but are always uncomfortable and inconvenient. Allergic reactions to seasonal allergies may even inhibit us from working and other responsibilities. In 2010, Americans lost six million work and school days due to allergy symptoms.

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We're exposed to a wide variety of chemicals, toxins and other airborne particles as we go about our daily lives. Fortunately, with strong immune systems, our bodies filter out toxins and stay healthy. Our hair, given its anatomy and structure, is more vulnerable to environmental stress. Add in that people love to color, curl, straighten, blow dry and use other grooming techniques--many of which can be harsh on our delicate locks--it’s no wonder our hair can easily become dry, dull and split-ended.

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Plants are some of the most precious commodities found in nature, and the argan tree is no exception. Commonly grown in Morocco, the argan tree's kernels produce argan oil—a popular, healthy way to care for your skin versus using chemically fortified conventional cosmetic products.

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Essential oils have been used for hundreds of years to naturally and holistically enhance health, beauty, and wellness--and that’s no surprise, considering how beneficial they are for your mind and body. People use essential oils to relieve stress and pain, fight off the flu, decrease inflammation, prevent infection, soothe irritated skin, relax the mind, energize the body, normalize hormones, regulate digestion, improve mental clarity…. the list goes on and on.

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One person's odor is another's aroma, and no matter how pungent a smell is, it's almost certainly useful. This is especially true of patchouli oil, one of the most useful essential oils with one of the strongest smells. Humans have used this versatile substance throughout our history, and it continues to play an important role to this day.

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When you think of lemon essential oil, you’re likely to reminisce about its fresh, invigorating scent. Lemon, commonly occurring in supplements as limonene, is a safe, all-natural ingredient used to improve your mental and physical well-being. Essential oils, like limonene, are used in aromatherapy and/or topical applications. Follow all manufacturer's safety instructions to avoid any adverse reactions to the oil.

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Frankincense is one of the most critically acclaimed oils in the world of essential oils. It’s obtained from several Boswellia tree species and serves as a perfume, skin purifier and even a tea component. Frankincense is popular for good reason. It’s been used effectively for over 5,000 years. Its resin, once collected, is one of the world’s most popular topical skincare ingredients. To understand why it’s so popular requires a bit of knowledge.

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