Scents of Success: Essential Oils To Prepare Your Clients For Success

Posted: December 11, 2013 by Cristina Proano-Carrion

Aromatherapy for Success
My latest article in Les Nouvelle Esthetiques is all about “Scents of Success”.
In it, I have described how spa owners and therapists can prepare their clients for success by helping them stay more focused, alert and productive.

It is well documented that essential oils can have a profound effect on our mind, thoughts and moods. They can help enhance concentration and help keep up a positive attitude in challenging situations.

Here are some oils that I personally like to use, and many of my clients have found them very helpful too:

Rosemary Essential Oil boosts enthusiasm and instills confidence in those who are not too sure of themselves. It also encourages you to be open-minded about trying new ideas.

Peppermint Essential Oil has a powerful fragrance that instantly awakens the mind and makes it more alert. Refreshes a tired mind.

Laurel Essential Oil is a natural memory booster and concentration enhancer. Energizes and motivates those who feel listless.

Cardamom Essential Oil   nourishes the brain and nervous system, pulling the mind out of sluggishness. Helps one stay calm and relaxed during crisis situations.

The article further describes how aromatherapy can help clients cope with pressures, competition, stress and demanding jobs, while at the same time staying healthy and stress-free. I have also described how these essential oils can be employed in a spa environment

If you’d like to read the complete article, please click on the link below:

The Scent of Success

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