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Essential Oils and Aromatherapy for Scented Soaps, Lotions and Candles

Familiar to mankind for centuries, aromatherapy is the practice of using the essential oils for the benefits they can convey through scent. They are often included in soaps, lotions, and candles. Eucalyptus. Frankincense. Lavender. Jasmine. Chamomile. Anise. Vanilla. Sage. The names alone evoke the experience of sensation: revitalization, relaxation, clarity, calming.

Interested in learning more? Included here are a few links with additional reading about aromatherapy and essential oils, and their uses in home and personal care products. These titles and many more have also been added to the Traditional Arts Collection near the Soap Making and Candle Making section at The Repository Project.

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