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Carrier Oils and Their Role in Aromatherapy

Category: NAHA Teleseminars & Webinars

By: Rose Chard

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Carrier Oils and Their Role in Aromatherapy

This webinar will explore the benefits of some specific carrier oils, how to choose them for different skin conditions and reveals research regarding their effectiveness.
Do I use a carrier oil? Which one and why? When choosing a transdermal absorption base for use in aromatherapy and skin-care there are several choices. These choices can often be confusing because a base may compromise the integrity of the intended therapeutic purpose.  Carrier oils are a popular base choice.  However, this raises more questions regarding the therapeutic usefulness of carrier oils and which to use for specific purposes. A profile of Sandalwood Seed Oil – a new addition to carrier oils will also be discussed.

About the Presenter:

Rose Chard is the founder and owner operator of Your Body Needs…a studio focusing on massage therapy services, essential oils, aromatherapy products and health and wellness classes. Your Body Needs…uses its own line of essential oils which are personally sourced by Rose herself. She deals with producers, distillers and some distributors. Her attention to quality and detail has led to an excellent inventory of essential oils available for consumers and professionals. Since its inception in 2008, Your Body Needs…has been creating hand-blended oils for massage sessions, in the last year, Rose has grown her business to focus on personalized made to order blends specifically for skin-care.
She is a leader in aromatherapy education in the Maryland area. She teaches the principles of aromatherapy at various locations, and is a staff member at Anne Arundel Community College teaching aromatherapy to other health care professionals. Rose is a State Licensed Massage Therapist and a Registered Aromatherapist. She is the Board Secretary for the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy as well as a Regional Director for the organization.

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Carrier Oils and Their Role in Aromatherapy

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