Thyme bath oil

By: VenBella, Wellness and Spa  20/11/2010
Keywords: Beauty, skin care, Cosmetic Products


can through fragrant baths offer all the wonderful qualities of thyme. In aromatherapy we use the most common thyme. Essential oil is extracted from the leaves and flowering parts of plants. It is distilled twice to remove the irritants contained in the plant. Thyme has a strong fresh aroma of the herbs. Slowing the spread of bacteria excels anti-fungal effects, helps with respiratory infections and sore throat, stimulates production of white blood cells, aids digestion and relieves stomach cramps. Overall, encourages blood circulation, is antiseptic, relieves rheumatic pain, and strengthens the lungs and heart energy.

Use: for bath

Recommendation: suitable for use when you have a cold (as prevention from already developed illness), fungal diseases and tense or aching muscles.

Effects: invigorates and strengthens, it also has deodorizing and antiseptic effects.

Skin type: particularly oily and inflamed. Unsuitable for sensitive skin.

Aroma: distinctive, bitterly spicy.

Ingredients: plant oils - almond, soya bean and jojoba, essential oils – thyme and wild-thyme, emulsifier, chlorophyll, vitamins A, E.

Warning: do not use during pregnancy, when breastfeeding, on young children, if you suffer from epilepsy or heart diseases

TIP: Baths can be extended up to one hour if you have a cold. Increase the temperature of the bath essentially to encourage excretion of harmful substances. Wrap yourself up in a bed sheet after the bath and relax for another hour.

Shelf time: 12 months

Keywords: Aromatherapy Oils, Aromatherapy Products, Beauty, Cosmetic Products, essential oil, skin care

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