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A Beginner’s Guide to Aromatherapy Bracelets

June 29, 2020 2 min read

A Beginner’s Guide to Aromatherapy Bracelets

Although aromatherapy bracelets come in many different shapes and sizes, all of them have a stone, clay, or other material bead that absorbs the essential oil. The Be Blends bracelets Radha Beauty carries are made from lava stone, but aromatherapy bracelets can use other materials like wood, leather, or clay. Lava rocks are known to be stones for grounding and protection. In today’s world, these are attributes everyone can use to calm and ground yourself in the present. The goal is to have a material that soaks up the essential oil, releasing the aroma slowly.

Be Blends aromatherapy bracelets are special because they are created with gemstones like Tiger’s Eye, Amazonite, Moonstone, and more. Each bracelet is created to build a different mood, and each gemstone has a different quality to it. For example, Tiger’s Eye encourages change, while Moonstone calms emotions. 

How do you use an essential oil diffuser bracelet?

To use your essential oil bracelet, simply apply a drop of oil to the absorbent material and rub to allow the material to soak up the oil. Make sure you apply directly to the absorbent bead, as the oil will become slick on gemstones. The scent can last a few hours or even the whole day, depending on the scent you choose. If you need a pick me up, simply bring the bracelet up to your nose and breathe in.

What can I use aromatherapy bracelets for?

Aromatherapy bracelets have been used traditionally to ground and center your spirits, allowing the wearing to boost their mental state at any time during the day. Try a lemon and orange combination for energy or a eucalyptus and rosemary combination for focus. This is a great bracelet for moments when you know that you’ll face a hard situation, whether that’s a big presentation at work or facing social anxiety at school.

Instead of using a yoga mist, you can use an aromatherapy bracelet to elevate your yoga or meditation practice. You can enjoy the aroma as you flow, using different scents to calm, ground, or invigorate your body and mind.

If you react poorly to bug spray, try an essential oil combination in your aromatherapy bracelet to keep those pests away. A great trio to try is Tea Tree, Lemongrass, and Geranium. You can combine the aromatherapy bracelet with our DIY essential bug repellant to make sure you’re covered.