Essential oils are concentrated essences of aromatic plants. Aromatherapy is the art of using essential oils to aid in healing of the mind, body and spirit.
Basic candle scents
Now that the New Year has arrived, we all make resolutions to change certain things in our lives. Sometimes we require something to help us along. In candlemaking we have a great vehicle in that we can add fragrance oils to our candles.
Basic Candle scents 3
This is the final installment on Aromatherapy essential oil.While it is not an all inclusive listing of of oils used for aromatherapy and candlemaking it will be a good launching point. Especially if you intend on making candles for Aromatherapy.
Basics of Scent Blending
The basics of scent blending beginning with the three type of scent notes. Directions on how to create your own scents.
Container Candle with a Colored Core
Make unique container candles with a hidden (or obvious) colored core in the middle. This simple twist adds interest to the ever popular container candles.
Essential Oils vs. Fragrance Oils
The difference between Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils.
Making Your Own Essential Oils
How to make your own essential oils.
Mixing scents for candles
Mixing your own scent blends is something that is fun and easy to do. It just takes a little knowledge, patience and experimentation. This is a great way to control the type of scented candle that you produce for a desired effect.
More basic candlemaking scents
Our continuing series on aromatic scents and essential oils.
There are many recovered accounts of ancient civilizations such as the, Greeks, Romans and Chinese, relied upon the immense power of essential oils to regain, increase or maintain health of the body and mind.
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