Adding on: the Essential Oil Add-on
There are plenty of things to add-on. An extra cherry on top, a gossip magazine in the checkout line, an upgrade on your flight across the country.
But if you’re going to add-on anything these days, add on essential oils.
Not only will adding essential oils enable your IO Certified Massage Therapist to more readily address pressure points and muscles, but you will also receive the all-encompassing healing remedies of aromatherapy. The detoxification and healing benefits of your massage will linger for longer than sans-essential oils. Your mind, boy and soul will thank you.
Which essential oil to choose?
Take a peek at the menu below. Each In Fiore body balm is hand-blended and crafted with powerful essential oils and antioxidants to hydrate dull skin, bodies and minds.
DALAYA euphoric blend
Jasmine and Lemongrass. This relaxing and euphoric blend promotes well-being, helps in pain reduction and improves circulation.
JOLIE balancing blend
Rose, Bergamot and Chamomile. This nourishing blend is ideal for treating dry and sensitive skin (including eczema and rosacea).
KASHMIR grounding blend
Patchouli, Neroli and Sandalwood. A rich, woodsy aroma with a floral hint, the essentials in this blend combat tension and anxiety.
SHEVANTI sensual blend
Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, Frankincense and Rose. Earthy and sweet, Shevanti is ultra-decadent and completely revitalizing.
TANGIERS uplifting blend
Lemongrass, Ginger and Tangerine. This balm is soothing to muscular aches and pains and can improve skin scars, blemishes and stretch marks. Not to be used during pregnancy.
TIAGI tranquil blend
Lavender, Neroli and Lemon. Put insomnia and anxiety to bed with this nervous system sedative. This blend is also ideal during pregnancy as it helps prevent and heal stretch marks.
My favorite? Tiagi.
The extra benefit? You’ll walk out of the treatment room with supple, dewy skin, and a beautiful relaxed glow.