Good Day My Reydiant Beauties!
I hope you all enjoyed Part 1 of getting to know Reydiant Products, if you haven’t read it yet then follow the hyperlink and enjoy!
So in Part 1; we touched on what Carrier Oils are and the Carrier Oils we use in Reydiant Products, as the bulk ingredients in our products are the Carrier Oils which aids in “carrying” the wonderful powerhouses known as essential oils, in order to bring You the wonderful properties and enjoy in the aromas as well as the healing properties that essential oils so wonderfully does and better yet it’s natural!
Truly earth has provided us with many alternatives for healing ourselves.
So what are essential oils?
Essential oils are concentrated plant extracts. They are very powerful and potent plant derived extracts. Since they are derived from plants, they are often rich in antioxidants, as well as having antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Essential oils are widely used in holistic therapies and have been used for thousands of years. Each essential oil has its own aroma, chemical composition and therapeutic properties.
It should be noted that essential oils can be dangerous if used incorrectly and essential oils should never be used in its concentrated form!
Essential Oils can be extracted from various parts of the plant for example:
The Flowers, leaves, wood, bark, seeds, berries, roots, peel, fruit as well as resin.
How do essential oils work?
Essential oils work by being absorbed into the skin. The skin is a permeable barrier that is able to absorb fat-soluble and oil-soluble substances; however, it has trouble absorbing water-soluble substances. Due to the essential oil molecules being small in size they are easily absorbed into the skin once it has been applied, it is then able to pass through the epidermis of the skin (the outer most layer). Essential oils are also able to enter the skin through hair follicles as well as sweat glands. Essential oils are transdermal, this means that they are able to penetrate the various layers of the skin in order to reach the dermis (the bottom layer of the skin), the dermis contains many blood capillaries and therefore the essential oils can easily gain access to the body through the bloodstream. Once the essential oils have entered the bloodstream and “worked its magic” it is then expelled by the body through the kidneys (Via Urination), liver, skin (via sweating) or lungs (via exhaling).
Essential Oils used in Reydiant Products and some of their properties:
Lavender has antimicrobial properties; it is sedative and analgesic (pain-relieving).
Orange has a fruity aroma; it is a gentle detoxifier, has a calming effect on the digestive system, is uplifting and has anti-depressant properties.
Lemon has a refreshing aroma, aids in treating sore, stiff muscles and joints and has disinfectant properties, it is also known for skin lightening, can prevent acne, varicose veins, it increases blood circulation and increases collagen production. *It is phototoxic so should not be used on skin exposed to direct sunlight!
Chamomile is sedative, relaxing, analgesic, antispasmodic, a stimulant of leucocyte production, aids in digestive problems, anti-inflammatory, relieves colic.
Dill is antispasmodic, aids in relieving colic, aids in digestion.
Fennel is anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic and therefore aids in colic relief. Improves elasticity of the skin and aids in relieving pain.
Geranium is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, tones skin, antidepressant, increases circulation, stress reliever.
Rose is antidepressant, sedative, calming, and antispasmodic.
Oregano is analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral.
So there you have it folks! If you have any questions you may leave a comment or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reydiant is also able to supply Essential Oils to Spa’s, Physiotherapists and work from home masseuses and aromatherapy practitioners. Please Like, Comment and Share!
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