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  • Wednesday, January 25, 2017 12:13:00 AM America/Los_Angeles 0 Posted in Aromatherapy Face / Body Natural Therapies By Beautyaura Expert

    Spray the Stress Away: Three Great DIY Beauty Mist Recipes

    Expensive hydrating misters are on the rise as a major trendy beauty buy lately, but so many of them can be made with just a few simple ingredients! Natural ingredients can be an easy fix for dull, dehydrated skin and hair and can quickly help brighten up your mood. Check out our round-up of easy DIY recipes below!


    Start with the basics:

    You’ll need a small sterilized glass spray bottle— 2 or 4 oz is a great size to carry around. Some good bases to use include distilled water, witch hazel, rose water, aloe water, and coconut water. Coconut and aloe water-based mists should only last up to two weeks and should be refrigerated to prevent bacteria growth.


    Calming floral facial mist:

    1.5 oz rose water

    5 drops jojoba oil

    2 drops lavender essential oil


    Clarifying facial mist:

    1.5 oz witch hazel

    3 drops lavender essential oil

    2 drop tea tree oil


    Fragrant sea salt texturizing spray:

    1 oz distilled water

    0.5 oz argan oil

    1 tbsp sea salt

    8 drops sweet orange essential oil

    2 drops ylang-ylang essential oil

  • Wednesday, January 4, 2017 12:11:00 AM America/Los_Angeles 0 Posted in Aromatherapy Beauty Face / Body Make Up Natural Therapies Skin By Beautyaura Expert

    The holidays are almost over, and you may very well be suffering from a post-party burnout. It can oftentimes be hard to bounce back from weeks of stress, late nights, and binging on festive food and drinks. As a result of all this fun, your body can really suffer! Hair breaks, skin gets dull, breakouts pop up, and January begins in a fog of tiredness and irritability, or worse— sickness! Treat yourself right and rest up for 2017; you can still celebrate the ball drop, but we have some tips for some dreamy post-party treatments! So hydrate with some calming tea or lemon-infused water, dim the lights, and get ready to relax.


    Stress, heat styling, and products can do some hefty damage to your hair, so now is the time to revive it! Grab our Argan Oil Hair Mask to repair and restore hair with keratin and vitamin E. The mask fills in weak spots on the strands to reduce any further breakage, and leaves hair silky and strong.


    While you’re applying the mask, draw a bath for yourself and slip in some of our pure lavender essential oil. Or, hop in the shower to wash the mask out and indulge in one of our handmade soaps!


    When you’re done in the bath or shower, it’s important to moisturize right away. After drying off, generously apply our luxurious organic cocoa butter. Your dry skin will thank you, and if you really want to really deep-condition, grab some socks and gloves and put them on after applying some foot and hand cream.


    Another area of your skin that you’ll want to treat is your face. If a breakout has occurred from too much makeup or excitement, dab a very small amount of tea tree oil onto each blemish to calm them down and reduce redness. Then, apply some sweet almond oil underneath your eyes to help banish any dark circles (do this every night for two weeks for a noticeable difference).


    Add some Beauty Aura Good Night essential oil blend into your diffuser, before heading to bed. If you want to go all-out, grab a sleep mask for your eyes, and be sure to use satin sheets to protect your skin and hair from wrinkles and damage! The final step, of course: SLEEP!


    For all of your post-holiday decompression needs, shop our wide selection!

  • Tuesday, January 3, 2017 12:08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles 0 Posted in Aromatherapy By Beautyaura Expert

    In just a short time, aromatherapy has gone from being a fringe belief to being covered by the by the Mayo Clinic and offered ay mainline hospitals and medical groups such as the University of Maryland Medical Center. These oils are from plant seeds, roots, bark, and flowers and extracted via distillation, maceration and extraction, and by pressing. There are a few things you need to know to get the best essential oils for aromatherapy.

    How Aromatherapy Works

    Certain scents stimulate parts of your brain and cause reactions linked to emotions and memories. Because essential oils contain volatile organic compounds, the brain receives more information than might be contained in synthetic fragrance oils. Unfortunately, since the popularity of aromatherapy is booming, there are a lot of people out there trying to profit with oils that can be called a variety of names such as “essential aromatherapy oil” or “aromatic perfume oil.” Don’t be fooled, stick with pure essential oils!

    Some of the most popular are not very expensive, and here’s a quick list to get you started.

    • Lavender: Used to calm skin irritations, easing headaches, promote better sleep, calm anxiety.
    • Rosemary: Boosts brain activity, calms and uplifts. Uses to stimulate hair growth. Used to prevent gum diseases and treat dermatological conditions like acne, eczema, and cermatitis.
    • Peppermint: Soothes indigestion and acid reflux. Good for respiratory issues. Cooling to irritations like rashes.
    • Lemon: Uplifting for moods, a potent antimicrobial, and treats dandruff.
    • Chamomile: Not for people with ragweed allergies, but calming and soothing. Helps to ease fevers, too
    • Clove: Warming and stimulating, antimicrobial, and beneficial to acne.
    • Bergamot: Stimulating. Helps digestion, depression, anxiety, stress, fades sunspots.
    • Eucalyptus: Used to treat sinus and respiratory issues, sore muscles.
    • Geranium: Ease inflammation, reduce fatigue, and even balance out hormonal mood swings.

    Whether you use your oils in bath products, massage oils, or in a diffuser, using the best oils will give superior results and the best scents, too. Please, remember to consult with a doctor if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medication before using essential oils. Some oils can cause contractions, or may enter a nursing child, and some oils should not be used with certain medicines such as anticoagulants, antidepressants, calcium channel blockers, and even chemotherapy. These plants have been used as medicines for thousands of years, and learning to use them mean using them safely.

  • Monday, December 19, 2016 6:01:49 AM America/Los_Angeles 0


    Posted in Aromatherapy Natural Therapies By Beautyaura Expert

    This time of the year, a lot of us are up against sickness, stress, and the elements. It' important to take care of yourself by eating well and getting enough rest, but sometimes you need a little extra help! These three DIY recipes are great in a pinch for yourself or for a friend who's feeling a little under the weather.


    Tension-Easing After-Shower Balm

    1/4 cup dried lavender petals

    1/4 cup dried calendula flowers

    1 cup coconut oil

    1 ounce beeswax

    20 drops lavender essential oil



    Combine the flowers and coconut oil, and place in an oven-proof dish (wish enough room for the oil to melt) into a 300-degree oven right after it has been turned off. Leave the mixture to sit for 3 hours, then strain the oil, squeezing out all of the infused oil. Discard the herbs, add the beeswax, and return to a warm oven long enough to melt the wax. Add the essential oil and stir to combine. Pour into jars and cover with an airtight top.


    Tension-Easing After-Shower Balm

    1 cup raw brown sugar

    1/3 cup coconut oil

    1 tbs powdered cinnamon

    5 drops cinnamon essential oil

    sweet orange essential oil



    Combine the essential oils with the coconut oil, blending until thoroughly combined and add the powdered cinnamon and brown sugar.

    *Not intended for pregnant women or children, and should be thoroughly rinsed off after use. Use with caution and test on skin before applying.


    Congestion-Fighting Vapor Rub

    ¼ cup coconut oil

    20 drops eucalyptus essential oil

    5 drops peppermint essential oil



    Microwave coconut oil in a microwaveable container for 10 seconds and stir until completely melted. Add eucalyptus and peppermint oils and stir well. Pour into a container of your choice and leave to cool and solidify.

  • Wednesday, November 30, 2016 5:59:35 AM America/Los_Angeles 0


    Posted in Aromatherapy Natural Therapies By Beautyaura Expert

    The holidays can be a very stressful time of the year; it’s also the time of year that might require you to open your home to a few guests. With so many people coming in and out of your house, the smells coming from your kitchen, and the over excitement of the season, you might want to treat yourself and your guests to some aromatherapy. Each of these is specially suited for this time of year and will help you settle down amid all the holiday stress.


    Beauty Aura features every kind of oil in each recipe, and in varying sizes. Try any one of these blends in your home this holiday!


    Spiced Citrus

    4 drops Sweet Orange

    2 drops Cinnamon

    1 drop Clove


    Mellow Citrus

    4 drops Sweet Orange

    2 drops Ginger

    1 drop Cinnamon


    Calming Dessert Blend

    2 drops Ginger

    1 drop Clove

    1 drop Cinnamon


    Autumn Mood Booster

    2 drops Sweet Orange

    2 drops Pine

    1 drop Cinnamon

    1 drop Clove


    Romantic Dinner

    2 drops Black Pepper

    2 drops Grapefruit

    2 drops Jasmine


    Wind-Down Blend

    2 drops Lavender

    2 drops Eucalyptus

    2 drops Sweet Orange

    1 drop Roman Chamomile


    How many of these blend recipes are you ready to try this season? Make them all or make up your own with our amazing selection today!


    Sweet Orange, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Pine, Black Pepper, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Roman Chamomile

  • Thursday, June 30, 2016 5:44:00 AM America/Los_Angeles 0


    Posted in Aromatherapy By Beautyaura Expert

    The power of scent has great effect on our overall well-being. Mentally, it helps to stimulate the part of the brain that is connected to our emotions. Physically, it can help to cleanse, tone, and even balance our system. Here are 5 of our favorite healing and uplifting scents for you to try!


    Bottles of aromatherpay essence and bath salt with lavender flowers closeup

    1. Lavender

    Lavender oil is known for its soothing and calming properties. If you or someone in your home struggles with anxiety, insomnia, or even mild depression, the sweet, floral aroma of lavender oil helps relieve the feelings associated with those issues!


    Cinnamon sticks and cinnamon powder on wood floor

    2. Cinnamon

    The warm, spicy scent of cinnamon oil can help to increase brain activity within the body! Cinnamon oil creates a relaxing ambience can also help to reduce menstrual pain, tackle mild skin infections, and remove the stiffness you may feel in your joints!


    Citrus essential oil and slice of ripe fruits: orange, lemon and lime fruits

    3. Citrus

    Citrus oil, especially lemon oil, helps to energize anyone who smells it. It also has a reputation for increasing awareness, improving concentration, and even decreasing your appetite. When citrus oil is taken into the system, it tames an upset stomach, detoxifies your liver and kidneys, and also improves immunity!


    Mint essential oil in a glass bottle

    4. Peppermint

    Everyone loves the delicious menthol smell of peppermint oil. This refreshing aroma also gives you an energy boost, increases concentration, lowers hunger cravings and helps to remove any respiratory congestion you may be having. Internally, it improves indigestion and soothes sunburn! Externally, it brings about muscle pain relief, improves the quality of your hair and is great for a baby’s sore gums while they are teething.


    Closeup of bottle with rose essential oil with falling leaves on wooden background.

    5. Rose

    The scent of rose is always romantic. As an oil, it creates a warm, cozy and relaxing ambience and can be diluted with water in order to help to tone the skin. It can be a wonderful moisturizer if your skin is naturally oily, and is also known to soothe skin conditions like rosacea and eczema.

    If you don’t have essential oils or diffusers in your home, now is just a good of a time as any to give them a try. Shop our wide selection of 100% pure, never diluted Beauty Aura essential oils and try our Wooden Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser!

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