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Best Aromatherapy Products for Relaxation

Best Aromatherapy Products for Relaxation

Whether you are working from home or in the office, are a full time homemaker, a student, or anything in between, it is so important to separate work and relaxation. We’re talking about setting aside specific amounts of time to focus on yourself–aka self-care. We also know that sometimes the days go by way too fast and that is not always possible. Luckily, we have incorporated that thought into our aromatherapy products so you can take relaxation with you, wherever you are. Bring SIMPURE aromatherapy products to the gym, your shower, onto your yoga mat, your linens, and anywhere else you may go.


What is Aromatherapy Used For?

Aromatherapy is a natural and holistic treatment method that enhances the body and mind by use of plant-extracted essential oils. This form of healing has been used for centuries and is still used today for many reasons, including:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Relaxation 
  • Calming Effect
  • Soothing 
  • Pain Management
  • Immunity Boosts

Common Essential Oils Used for Relaxation and Stress

As long as essential oils are being used properly, the benefits can be life changing. *We do not recommend or encourage consumption of our products, they are for topical use only.*

Essential oils are plant extracts that are retrieved from pressing or steaming different parts of plants such as the leaves, stems, bark, or fruit, and collecting the oils that are produced. 

Always ensure that your essential oils are pure and not synthetic. 

Here is a list of our favorite oils, commonly used in our products,  and what they can do for you: 

  • Lavender
  • Lavender oil was discovered over 2,500 years ago and  is one of the most commonly used essential oils in the world today. It is used to promote good sleep and is known for its calming properties. It also can help protect against free radicals, support brain function, and relieve pain.

  • Citrus
  • Citrus oil not only smells amazing, but is amazing for you. Citrus oil can include orange, lemon, grapefruit, blood orange, and bergamot among many others. We use citrus oils as mood boosters, irritability soothers, and to support respiratory health.

  • Patchouli
  • Patchouli gives off an aroma that is spicy, woodsy, and sweet. This oil is a great anti-inflammatory, pain reliever, and sleep aid.

  • Jasmine
  • Jasmine has been used in parts of Asia for centuries as a natural anxiety and insomnia reliever. It is still commonly used for that, as well as increasing alertness and acting as a remedy for cramps related to menstruation. 

  • Vanilla
  • Not only is vanilla one of the most widely used scents in the world, it also is used for its beneficial effects. Vanilla is extremely relaxing, tranquilizing, and can reduce anxiety. It can also ease headaches and muscle tension.

  • Eucalyptus
  • Eucalyptus oil is another common scent that you have likely used in your regimen. This popular oil is used to ease cold symptoms, repel bugs, and ease joint pain.

  • Peppermint
  • Peppermint oil has been widely used for thousands of years in areas like Greece, Egypt, and Rome, due to its health purposes. It is still used today for its increasing holistic effects such as headaches, stress relief, sinus infections, and joint pain.


    Ways To Use Aromatherapy In Your Everyday Life

    Aromatherapy is typically used in spas and at holistic healing centers, and has made its way into the daily lives of many people. Aromatherapy does not have to be limited to diffusers, there are many different ways to use and reap the benefits of amazing essential oils. 

    • Applications
      • Aromatherapy Roller
        • Apply to your wrists, behind the ears, temples, and around the neck
        • When using oils for cold relief, apply to the bottoms of your feet in addition to the spots mentioned above
        • Perfect for traveling, keeping in your daily bag, and gifting to friends and family

    • Aromatherapy Spray/Mist
      • Spray 2-3 pumps to the area you are in to bring some relaxation and invigorating scents to your day
      • Spray in the shower before stepping in
      • Use on your yoga mat for maximum zen
      • Refresh your linens and stagnant air


    Essential oils have been used for so long and continue to be a staple in everyday life for many users. Some of our favorite products are:


    For relaxation:

    Relief Aromatherapy Roller

    Our Relief roller is a perfect blend for relaxing aches & pains from overworked muscles and joint pain. Plus, it will zap those headaches like you never knew essential oils could. Great for congestion and coughs as well.

    (Peppermint, Spearmint, Bulgarian Lavender, Camphor, Menthol Crystals in Fractionated Coconut Oil) 


    For anxiety:

    Breathe Aromatherapy Spray

    Our Breathe Aromatherapy spray has a clean, fresh aroma. Lemongrass is definitely the front note, and the lavender runs a close second, to smooth it out. Both oils are commonly used for sleep aid and anxiety relief.

    (Deionized Water, Witch Hazel and 100% pure Lemongrass & Lavender Essential oil)

    For calming effects:

    Peace Aromatherapy Roller 

    This blend not only smells amazing, but also aids in restoring your calm and balance. These essential oils work together to calm your senses and bring balance to your day. We recommend bringing this to your next yoga class or workout session to clear your mind and perform your best.

    (Grapeseed Oil, Frankincense, Bergamot, Bulgarian Lavender, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Clary Sage Essential Oils)

    For energy:

    Motivate Aromatherapy Spray

    This blend is uplifting and bright, yet just sweet enough to make the person craving something a bit more sweet to smile. The peppermint is the second note, but levels the sweetness out by adding a bit of a spice aroma to it. This spray will wake you up and give you your second wind for the day.

    (Deionized Water, Witch Hazel and 100% Pure Sweet Grapefruit & Peppermint Essential oil Blends)

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