What qualifications and experience should an aromatherapist have?

  What qualifications and experience should an aromatherapist have? At present, there are no legal requirements to stipulate the levels of training an aromatherapist must have to practice. The industry seeks to comply with the standards of practice and speaking generally, aromatherapists should have a high standard of training in anatomy and physiology, as well Read more about What qualifications and experience should an aromatherapist have?[…]

Different ways to use aromatherapy

Aromatherapy essential oils have many uses. This includes aromatherapy massage, through personal inhalers, room diffusers and bathing oils. Added into bath water – Many people like to add essential oils to a warm bath to promote a more relaxing soak. If you want to add oils to your bath, please consult a professional aromatherapist first. Read more about Different ways to use aromatherapy[…]

How does aromatherapy work?

Aromatherapy works in two different ways: through sense of smell and through skin absorption. Many essential oils contain anti-inflammatory properties. These are often applied to the skin to fight infection or relieve pain. However, if you are in pain or suspect an infection, it is important to consult your GP before turning to aromatherapy. Another Read more about How does aromatherapy work?[…]


Aromatherapy is a complementary therapy that uses essential oils from plants and flowers. Aromatherapy and essential oils have a positive effect on the body. They aim to improve well-being and reduce stress. Aromatherapy is designed to treat the whole body, rather than targeting the symptom or disease. It assists the body’s natural abilities, helping to Read more about Aromatherapy[…]