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Uncover The Sensuous Woman In You With Scents


Provocative potions and sultry scent blends are what discovering the sensuous woman in you are all about.

Using essential oils to create fragrant blends will have your honey sniffing your beauty all day long. It's aromatherapy at its best.

Fragrant Water and Sensual Baths

Water, the main ingredient, from which all things grow, including you, is a wonderful way of beginning a sensual journey. It's also a great way of uncovering the Sensuous Woman in You.

Let's get right to the point of sensuality. There's nothing like a bath for lovers. Let's call it a Tub For Two

Tub for Two
In your bath water after it stops running, add:

2 drops of Sandalwood
2 drops of Ylang Ylang
1 drop of Jasmine
1 drop of Black Pepper

This combination is seductive and excites your senses. It will also build stamina and prolong pleasure. Add these oils to a cup of sea salt and enhance the quality of your bath.

Pleasure Palace

If you're looking to ignite the sparks of passionate love and acquire a lingering glow, Pleasure Palace is for you. Add to your bath:

1 drop of Patchouli
3 drops of Rose
2 drops of Bergamot

To feel at ease, to languish in luxury and slowly be awakened this is an erotic and exotic blend that combines the traditional male Patchouli with the feminine Rose and Bergamot.

How To Use Aromatic Oils in Your Bath

Essential oils are derived from what nature provides from leaves, barks, roots and flowers. Their effects can be profound yet subtle. In the case of how to use them, less is often more and a combination of 3-4 oils is pretty
sufficient when added to bath water.

You can actually disperse essential oils directly into a full bath but because they are so volatile, it's better to add them one the water stops running. Otherwise they will evaporate quickly.

Essential oils are not water soluble, therefore, the droplets of oil float on the surface delighting your senses, freeing your mind and emotions and add a perfumed scent to your skin while providing you with an extraordinary bath.

Uplifting Oils

If you're looking for Uplifting Oils for your bath here's a list to choose from:

Bergamot Avoid using Bergamot before going out into direct sunlight 2-3 drops
Geranium 3-4 drops
Grapefruit- - 3-4 drops

Relaxing Oils

If you're looking for Relaxing Oils for your bath here's a list to choose from:

Chamomile 2-3 drops
Lavender - 5-6 drops
Jasmine -3 drops
Sandalwood - 5-6 drops
Ylang Ylang -4 drops

Sensuous and Arousing Oils

Of course if you're looking for more oils that will help you uncover the Sensuous Woman in you, here are a few to consider:

Black Pepper - 2-3 drops
Neroli - 3-4 drops
Vetiver - 1-2 drops

Finally ...

Every goddess ever written about in history has used essential oils as part of her secret arsenal to enchant and seduce.


Life Never Smelled So Sweet!

Juliette's Website
http://www.nyrajuskincare.com


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