If you thought making an aromatic or an aromatherapy bar was not your cup of tea, well you were misinformed. Making a bar is as easy as baking an apple pie, and believe us or not, there are many good resources available online that would teach you how to make a bar in no time. Hence, if you are ready to learn, there are magical and quick ways to make soap, which would holistically cleanse and drive away your physical and mental ailments too. Take a look online and you would find various experts rendering instructions through portals, blogs and forums, and some of them have their own Aromatherapy Education Online sources for you to learn from too.
Before you rush to the essentials store to buy your own ingredients, let us know what are these soaps used for, as well as the substances which would make the bar extra special.
- Aromatic oil, soaps and aromatherapy in short has been around and in use for many centuries. They help patients with well-being, stress issues, relaxation needs, healing and with upliftment of vibration energies. A mix of aromatherapy and with the right use of essential oils, many physical and mental conditions can be satisfactorily treated as well. Depression for example has taken a toll on many; hence the use of orange oil would help. Lavender on the other hand helps relax the body and mind, tensions and anxious pangs too. So you see, every oil has it’s own ways for you to benefit from.
- You could even have these oils added to your bath water for a soothing bathing experience. Some even run the oils on their wrists as well, or maybe dab a few drops on their kerchief and carry it on them for the day.
Please learn from experts about the nature and quality of the oil, and how much of it should be used for better output and effects. For this, the advice of a professional aromatherapist is always recommended and his words would take precedence over what you read here and anywhere online.
Here is a simple glycerine soap recipe which can be made at home, no fuss involved. Ingredients;
- 4oz. bar of unscented clear glycerine soap
- A few drops of aromatic oil
- Two drops of food colouring
- Melt the bar of glycerine and ensure it doesn’t get too hot in the double boiler.
- Add the essential oil, drop by drop along with the food colouring.
- Mix well and then pour it into a mould chosen by you, any shape you please.
- Keep it aside for cooling purposes.
- Remove it after forty minutes or so, mostly after an hour for the best output.
- Place it on an open rack for three to four hours and let it further cool down.
Now that you know making an aromatic or aromatherapy bar isn’t that tough, why don’t you start making simple ones like the recipe given starting today? You can get to know more through Aromatherapy Education Online.