There’s a simple rule for what should and what shouldn't be applied to the skin. Whatever is applied to the skin, is going to be absorbed into the body and into your bloodstream, and as such, it should be considered a food. If you cannot eat it, then why would you put it onto your skin… your body’s biggest organ of absorption? As for hydration, your body releases moisture throughout the day, so when you choose a moisturiser, make sure you are applying natural skincare products.
From perfumes and aromatherapy to cooking and medicinal purposes, essential oils have been a part of everyday life dating back from 4500BC. Today research shows that when used aromatically and applied topically, essential oils can calm, energise, heal, balance, purify and rejuvenate the mind and body.