Scented oils that pamper you from head to toe
Meet the new wave of body oils that can affect your mood
By Annie Millar
Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens Beauty and Lifestyle Editor / May 26 2017
By now you’re well aware of the amazing benefits that using oils in your beauty routine has to offer (if not, read our top reasons to use a body oil). But their perks are more than just skin deep: if you opt for one with a scent it can also transport your senses to a faraway place, invigorate and energise, or help you relax and unwind, depending on its fragrance. Try one of these scented skin and body oils for a full-body experience.
Jurlique Lemon Body Oil
You’ll have glowing, supple skin with this refreshing oil that contains fragrant lemon and rosemary; hydrating chamomile and lavender; and soothing calendula, horse chestnut and birch.
Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Body Oil
Transport your senses to the Italian Riviera while revitalising your skin. This silky, lightweight oil smooths on to rapidly condition. Inhale crisp citrus scents with amber undertones.
Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil
Use this uplifting oil, enriched with plant extracts, to help eliminate toxins and firm up skin. It can also minimise the look of stretch marks during periods of weight loss.
Aromatherapy Associates De-Stress Body Oil
Soothe muscle aches before and after exercise with a therapeutic blend of arnica, lavender, rosemary and ginger. This de-stressing body oil revives tired or stiff muscles and aids circulation.
In Essence Relax Body Oil
Create a sense of calm after a busy day and prepare for sleep with lavender, orange and cedarwood essential oils in a blend of sweet almond and jojoba. This is comfort in a bottle.
Want to find a complementing fragrance? We've handpicked the best fragrances to boost your mood.
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Annie Millar is a Beauty Expert with more than 30 years experience in the Beauty Industry. Her qualifications include Life Coaching, Makeup Artistry, Beauty Therapy and Secondary Teaching. She is currently the Beauty and Lifestyle Editor for Better Homes and Gardens magazine.