Essential Oils

Despite the fact that essential oils are all-natural, they can be dangerous if not used correctly. This oil is a very concentrated extract of plants: leaves, flowers, seeds, barking, roots, and skin. Too much use can cause bad effects. This is because essential oil affects the body at the cell level.

For safe use, essential oils must be diluted with water or carrier oil. Choose water when using a diffuser or carrier oil when applying directly to the skin. You can use any soft oil as an operator such as coconut or almond oil.

Essential oils are beneficial for babies. But not everything is safe for your little ones.

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Here are some essential oils that are safe and useful for babies:

  • Lavender – Reduces colic symptoms, increases sleep patterns, soothes insect bites, and relieves pain including pain associated with teething.
  • Chamomile – like lavender, this oil also has a soothing effect that is useful for difficulty sleeping and relieving pain.
  • Melaleuca – has antimicrobial properties that help calm diaper rashes. Note: This extract may not be used for babies under six months. It is also important to do a patch test first before using it completely.
  • Ylang Ylang – soft oil that helps nourish baby skin.
    A mixture of lavender, lemon, and peppermint in the same part helped to relieve allergies.
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The essential oil can be used for infants through baby massage, warm baths, and diffusers. They should not be given verbally because this oil can be toxic when digested. Remember that they are very concentrated and very strong for babies behind the body’s system.

It is important to remember that all essential oils should not be applied to babies under 3 months. Regardless of the route or method. Even when diluted. Babies at this age are very sensitive. Their immune system has not been fully developed and their skin can be irritated easily.

Always make sure to use true essential oils for your baby. There are many products that look like essential oils but actually don’t. Some are just a synthetic aroma that is not natural and has no benefit. There are also some impure essential oils. True essential oils are planted indigenously, harvested at the top of the time, displed properly, and really not polluted.

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