Like A Breath Of Fresh Air: Bring A Bit Of “Ahh…” To Spring With Aroma
Finally, after a long, cold, flu-filled winter, spring is here! It’s exciting to feel the warm breezes, hear the birds and frogs (“peepers” in our neck of the woods), and watch the green shoots and bright flowers taking over the drab brown landscape we’ve grown to know.
Like many of us, you and your clients may be greeting spring from a distance—from inside your fully-booked spa or salon, during your commute, or as you spring clean your home.
Aromatherapy Inhalers from ESS® Aromatherapy are like a breath of fresh air. Offering aromatherapy on the go, these inhalers are available in several spring-friendly blends including Breathe In, Headache Relief, and Immune Boost to help you and your clients stop and enjoy the scents of the season. Try Sweet Dreams to relax at the end of the day and Energize to prepare for the active, summer months ahead.
- Breathe In Aromatherapy Inhaler – This blend of eucalyptus globulus, grapefruit, lemon, Scotch pine, lime, clove bud, cajeput, peppermint, and wintergreen is ideal when clarity is needed.
- Headache Relief Aromatherapy Inhaler – This blend of Roman chamomile, grapefruit, lavender, lime, rose, basil, peppermint, and eucalyptus radiata is comforting on stressful days.
- Immune Boost Aromatherapy Inhaler – This pungent essential oil blend contains eucalyptus globulus, tea tree, niaouli, cajeput, ravensara, and eucalyptus radiate and is great for travel and cold season.
- Sweet Dreams Aromatherapy Inhaler – This calming blend of benzoin, bergamot, French lavender, petitgrain, neroli, germanium Egyptian, ylang ylang, clary sage, and Spanish marjoram encourages relaxation.
- Energize Aromatherapy Inhaler – This refreshing summer blend contains bergamot, frankincense, grapefruit, lime, sweet orange, elemi, peppermint, cardomom, spearmint, and cedarwood Himalayan.
Keep these inhalers in your retail area for on-the-go aromatherapy!
Want to know more? Explore the ESS Aromatherapy line.
Note: Clients should consult an aromatherapist or physician before using any essential oil if they are pregnant or have a medical condition. Certain oils are contraindicated for these conditions.