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Aromatherapy Gifts: Perfect Ideas for the Holidays

Updated on December 23, 2015

Aromatherapy Gifts

One of the most well known and long lasting tradition for the holidays is gift giving. In fact, the concept of Santa Claus revolves around this tradition. But you don't need a Santa Claus to show your loved ones and friends your appreciation for them this holiday season. You can send out aromatherapy gifts as one of the best gift ideas you can give.

Gift Guide for the Holidays

Although the tradition of holiday gift giving has persisted for several centuries now, one is still faced with a painstaking task of trying to pick out the best gift idea for your friends or loved ones. Sometimes, the challenge lies in trying to pick out unique gift ideas to surprise and delight the recipient.

To eliminate the hassle involved with the experience of shopping for gifts, you can take note of the following tips to choosing the best gift possible:

  • Before you head on out to the nearest store or shop to purchase your gifts, create a plan on what items you should buy your intended recipient. If you know the person well enough, you should be able to identify their interests, hobbies, and other essential information about them that could give you hint on the best gift idea. This will help you save time in choosing and ensure that the recipient will be pleased with your gift.
  • Once you have identified the person's hobby or interest, create a shortlist of possible items to pick out as gifts. This will avoid overspending, which is very common when holiday shopping, due to impulse buying. When planning, you must also identify a budget limit so you can further narrow down your options.
  • The best gifts are the ones that deliver functionality and necessity. However, this bit of tip applies only if you personally know the recipient. If they intend to buy something that they can make use of, then you can consider buying it for them as gift instead.

Aromatherapy Gifts and Aromatherapy Products

Essential Oils and Other Aromatherapy Gift Ideas

Aromatherapy gifts are one of the best choices for the current times. With the number of health problems on the rise and with medical costs skyrocketing, your ability to take care of your health using natural means and improving overall wellness to avoid acquiring diseases or ailments. Thus, giving essential oils and aromatherapy products as gifts during the holiday makes it a great gift option.

Using essential oils offer physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits, which is why it is considered an ancient practice. In fact, you can use essential oils to diffuse and create room mist, thus releasing its aroma throughout the entire room to set a relaxing and fun atmosphere.

Aromatic Oils

Although giving out essential oils as gifts is a year-round gift idea, it makes a lot of sense to choose them for your holiday gift giving tradition. If you can remember, one of the three kings sent out resins of myrrh and frankincense oil as present for the baby Jesus. In addition, inhaling the wonderful essences of these aromatic oils can also reinforce the festive and jolly atmosphere of the season.

To use this oil, simply add a few drops of the oil into a diffuser device and then the introduction of heat will slowly disperse its aroma throughout the entire room. As you inhale the aroma, it uplifts your mood and relieve all forms of stress. To take it a step further, you can choose both frankincense and myrrh oil as holiday gift present.

Pampering Aromatherapy Gifts

If your recipient is a female, opting for pampering aromatherapy gifts makes a lot of sense. Women love to engage in pampering from time to time, especially the ones who lead a hectic day-to-day schedule. The properties and aroma of the essential oil helps to produce a relaxing and soothing effect on the body. For more ideas on pampering aromatherapy gifts, you can check out the list below:

*aromatherapy bath salts
*aromatherapy body gel
*aromatherapy foot soak
*aromatherapy foot lotion
*aromatherapy massage oil
*aromatherapy body lotion
*aromatherapy scented candles

Aromatherapy Gifts For Mum and Baby

Aside from busy women, both mother and their babies can also enjoy the wonderful properties of essential oils. It is ideal for use as natural skin care and as remedies for common diseases or conditions affecting babies and toddlers. Thus, moms can ensure that they are giving out the best care for their child without causing harm on them.

You can use aromatherapy bath products on your babies such as shampoo, bath gel, and soap to nourish their skin with essential vitamins and nutrients. Once you are done bathing your baby, you can use aromatherapy moisturizing lotion on your baby for a smooth and glowing skin. You need to be extra careful when purchasing oils that you will be using on your baby or giving as gifts for mothers and babies to avoid harming their skin and other serious complications.

Buying Tips For Holiday Aromatherapy Gifts

Buying essential oils and aromatherapy products must be carefully done to ensure the quality of the product. The increased demand for essential oils and aromatherapy has led several manufacturers to create adulterated versions of essential oils sold in cheaper price. You need to avoid buying any of these oils since they could potentially cause harm on the person when they use the oil. If you really care about your loved ones whom you are giving gifts to and to avoid a return trip to the shop to have your purchases replaced, follow the tips below:

  • Purchase only essential oils and aromatherapy products from well reputed and certified shops or stores for quality assurance.
  • Read the labels carefully and take note of the bottles used for storing the oil to ensure maximum quality.
  • If you can't decide on the specific scent to buy for your intended recipient, settle for base and mild scents. Avoid strong smelling ones since most people do not react well to them, especially for highly sensitive individuals.
  • Some people might still develop allergic reactions or side effects to essential oils despite containing pure and natural chemicals. Hence, choose only therapeutic grade oils to avoid developing such reactions.

Thinking out holiday gifts should not prove to be a tough challenge. If you care about your loved ones and friends, you can keep in mind the above mentioned aromatherapy gift ideas to promote a healthy physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.


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