Have you thought about learning what Aromatherapy is all about? If your answer is yes then here is a good place to start.

When first learning about Aromatherapy you need to start with getting to know the main element of Aromatherapy and that's the Essential Oils. There are so many of them out there to choose from, so a good starting point would be to pick 4 to 6 different scents you like. Some easy ones to start out with would be Lavender, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Tea Tree, and maybe Lemon. There are too many to list, but you will find a lot of them out there. I'm sure if you think of a flower or scent there is an Essential Oil for it.

Getting To Know Essential Oils

Learn about each individual oil and what they can do. There uses, characteristics etc.

You will need to know about each oil before you start to use them. When using some essential oils they recommend wearing gloves. Also some you can use directly on the skin but others need to be diluted with a carrier oil. So make sure you learn all the basics about an essential oil before you start to use it.

A carrier oil is a safe oil such as sunflower oil or jojoba oil. There are many other carrier oils but the most commonly used is Sweet Almond oil.

Maybe keep a journal of some important aspects you want to record about essential oils so you can flip through the journal as you need more information later. Or if you find out something from an experience. Recording your experiences is always great for future use.

What are you using them for?

You will need to know why you are using these oils too. So once you figure out what each essential oil can do and the basic information, find a project to start on. It can be massage oils, aromatherapy pillows, making potpourri or even making health remedies with the oils. One of my favorite is making candles with them. The scents are so earthy and real you can not get enough of them.

Come up with a project and plan it out. Get out a pencil and paper and figure out what you want to make. This will help you get a supplies list together.

Get started on a project!

Now that you have a start on information about aromatherapy, start a project with your essential oils. By doing more projects with essential oils and aromatherapy you will learn more. The more you learn the more complicated you will want to get. Complex projects include mixing oils together, making perfume, making herbal and aromatherapy remedies. You can even make lip balm with essential oils.

Remember the more you do the better you will get at it and the more you will learn as you go. There is so much information about Aromatherapy and more plants are being studied and more information is coming into the world everyday so the learning curve is getting better but will never be over. There is so much to do and learn you will never get bored with it.