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essential oils for massages:
Lavender,
Cedar,
Ylang ylang,
Tangerine,
Essential oils for circulatory massage:
Cypress,
Lemon,
Mint,
Eucalyptus.
2- Applications of essential oils on the skin Benefits -of-the-essential-oils-over-the-skin
This form is more related to cosmetic dermatology and massage practices; however we can
our mixtures prepared at home either by the aromatic taste or necessity to support our health and cosmetic products:
cream for dry skin:
Patchouli,
Cedar,
Lavender,
Rosewood,
Geranium,
Benzoin,
Incense.
Shampoo for dandruff:
Lemon,
Bergamot,
Cedar,
Sage,
Mint,
Eucalyptus.
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