It’s Time to Talk About Adding Aromatherapy Bath Salts to Your List of Services
- Do you own, operate, manage or work at a spa, salon, massage clinic or wellness center?
- Do you already offer baths or bath salts in your services or products?
- Are you open to learning about how you can incorporate custom aromatherapy and essential oil treatments into your business model?
If you’re answering yes, this is the article for you!
In our previous articles we discuss How to Add Aromatherapy Oil Massages and Aromatherapy Skin Care to the services your spa, salon or wellness center can offer and today we’ll discuss the benefits of incorporating aromatherapy bath salts and essential oils.
More Than Just ‘Aromatherapy Water’
Similar to Adding Aromatherapy Skin Care, adding aromatherapy bath salts and baths to your product line might require some investment in overhead, such as the aromatherapy bath ingredients: the bath salts and essential oils. But if your spa, salon or wellness center can already offer in-house baths, then that is the end of the required capital investment. As we mentioned in Essential Oil Massages for Your Business, the only other requirement after that is some time learning about the essential oils and aromatherapy bath salts.
When you or your associates have learned more about the essential oils and bath salts, you can make custom baths for clients with DIY essential oil recipes. Once you start adding customized essential oil requests with scented aromatherapy bath salts, your customers are guaranteed to see that these baths are way more than just ‘aromatherapy water’!
If you’ve read our previous pages on Adding Aromatherapy Skin Care and Adding Essential Oil Massages to Your Business, you’ve seen the top 3 reasons to consider adding aromatherapy and essential oils to your business model. If you haven’t read those pages yet, here’s the 3 main reasons:
Top 3 Reasons to Consider Adding Spa Aromatherapy Oils to Your Business Model
- Essential oils and aromatherapy are very versatile and can be used to treat a wide range of conditions.
- Essential oils and aromatherapy can also be used in a variety of ways.
- Essential oils and aromatherapy are natural, proven cost-effective alternatives to chemical-based treatments.
For a quick summary, each essential oil can be used in different ways to receive different benefits and treat numerous conditions. This means that one essential oil can be added to different treatments and custom recipes (i.e. aromatherapy oil massage, skin care or baths) to treat different things. Essential oils are also heavily researched, chemical-free and cost-effective, making them fantastic for spas, salons and wellness centers looking to gain that competitive edge by promoting hair, body and skin treatments with natural ingredients.
As we say at Utama Spice, “If you wouldn’t cook with it, you shouldn’t put it on your body.”
What do you think?
Next up we’ll share our 6 favorite aromatherapy bath salts to use for your business and then we’ll talk about the 11 essential oils you can start your aromatherapy foundation with.
The 6 Best Aromatherapy Bath Salts You Can Use Right Now
- Utama Spice Aphrodisia Bath Salt
- Utama Spice Clearing Bath Salt
- Utama Spice Refreshing Bath Salt
- Utama Spice Relaxing Bath Salt
- Utama Spice Spicy Bath Salt
- Utama Spice Wellbeing Bath Salt
Click on each one for more information about their ingredients! At a price under $6, these All-Natural Bath Salts can easily be added to your custom DIY essential oils recipes to make for a great, cost-effective upsell! Each bath salt is made with different essential oils and natural ingredients that work together to ensure your customers get the exact experience they want.
11 Spa Aromatherapy Oils
If you’ve read our previous two pages on Adding Aromatherapy Skin Care and Essential Oil Massages to Your Business this will be another quick review, but if you haven’t seen them before, here are our favorite 11 essential oils to start your aromatherapy business with:
Top 11 Essential Oils to Add to Your Aromatherapy Collection Immediately
- Peppermint Essential Oil
- Rosemary Essential Oil
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Chamomile Essential Oil
- Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil
- Lemon Essential Oil
- Orange Essential Oil
- Grapefruit Essential Oil
- Cinnamon Essential Oil
- Ginger Essential Oil
On this page we’ll quickly discuss Peppermint Essential Oil Aromatherapy and Cinnamon Aromatherapy. For more information on Rosemary Essential Oil and Eucalyptus Essential Oil, check out our page on Spa Essential Oils for Energizing & Healing. More information on Lavender Essential Oil, Chamomile Essential Oil and Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil can be found on our page about Spa Aromatherapy Oils for Calming & Relaxation. We also have more detailed pages about Using Lavender Essential Oil and Using Rosemary Essential Oil.
Use Peppermint Essential Oil Aromatherapy for Your DIY Recipes
Peppermint Essential Oil Aromatherapy is something we’ve discussed before. It is our favorite essential oil to use for energizing DIY essential oil recipes. Studies have shown that it can also increase physical performance. In the study, participants drank a glass of water with 2-3 drops of peppermint essential oil in it and found increases in things like grip strength, jump height and lung strength.
Peppermint Essential Oil is also great for healing minor respiratory-related conditions. Peppermint oil can be used to treat a variety of things like allergies, headaches, nausea, colds or a stuffed sinus. So if your client is looking for an energy boost or help clearing a stuffy nose, peppermint essential oil aromatherapy is the way to go!
Cinnamon Aromatherapy Baths for Weight Loss
Cinnamon Aromatherapy is another great essential oil for spa use. Do you ever have clients that want to lose weight or curb their appetite? Adding cinnamon essential oil to their next aromatherapy bath or massage can help!
That’s because cinnamon aromatherapy helps to balance your blood sugar levels. And balancing your blood sugar levels will reduce cravings for sweets, effectively curbing the appetite. Anyone who’s ever been on a diet knows that not craving sweets is half the battle!
Cinnamon essential oil also has wonderful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It is great for fighting inflammation and boosting the health of the immune system.
Dog Bath and Body Works: Aromatherapy and Essential Oils
Next page, we’ll be discussing how bath and body works aromatherapy can be used with Essential Oils for Dogs, for those of you that operate luxury dog grooming parlors or just for any of you looking for the ultimate high-end upsell for your clients.
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