Recent Examples of aromatherapy from the Web
Milèo recommends cupping your hands over your face after evenly applying the oil and taking five deep breaths to multitask its skin-rejuvenating benefits with a shot of aromatherapy.
Specialty volunteers who can assist with pet therapy, aromatherapy, music support and Reiki are in high demand.
How my perfect day would begin: With a hot bath and aromatherapy oils, plus a bit of meditation. 35.
Local artisans offer handmade soaps, teas, aromatherapy, jams and fresh bakery.
And while plenty of the latest blends are multipurpose, qualifying as both skin care and scent, some are meant to be used only as fragrance or for the purpose of aromatherapy.
Examples of programs will include: blue light education and technology’s effect on sleep; learning to live consciously; benefits of introducing spices into recipes; aromatherapy; and body and beauty treatments.
Cutting edge technology combines light, ventilation, aromatherapy, ergonomics, facial recognition, color psychology, to make the latest and greatest NBA locker room.
This in turn calms and hydrates the skin and relaxes the nerves via aromatherapy.
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Origin and Etymology of aromatherapy
First Known Use: 1949See Words from the same year
AROMATHERAPY Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of aromatherapy
- Aromatherapy relies on very concentrated “essential” oils from the flowers, leaves, bark, branches, rind or roots of plants with purported healing properties.
- —Jane E. Brody, The New York Times, 26 Dec. 2000
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