When life gets hard, it affects us in so many ways. With the recent circumstances in my life, I’ve experienced stress to the point of having panic attacks… a lack of sleep… and a bout of depression. It’s in extreme times like these that we search for things to help. And that’s when I found Tisserand, and their aromatherapy products.
I didn’t know anything about aromatherapy or essential oils. That was until my work friend, Kristie, was using her ‘Happy Vibes‘ pulse point roller ball essential oil. You use these unique blend of smells that are in the oils on your skin, and they are used to trigger your brain into releasing the same chemicals that make you feel happy.
And whether its all psychological or not – I used it, and found it worked.
So after researching the product that Kristie used, I went out to buy them myself. I purchased their collection of ‘Energy High‘. It’s a pack of three aromatherapy oils featuring “Happy Vibes“, “Find Focus“, and “Energy High” – advertised as ‘simple steps to help feel your best.’
These are the ingredients in each oil:
Find Focus – Rosemary, Grapefruit and Orange Leaf which are used to help you see clearly and reach your goals.
Happy Vibes – Lemon Tea Tree, Bergamot and Nutmeg so you can keep you smiling all day.
Energy High – Lime, Coriander and Orange Leaf to help keep your spirits lifted.
These beautiful 10ml bottles smell gorgeous and are the perfect size for keeping in your bag and taking on the go. But can smells really make you feel more energised, happy or focused?
THE SCIENCE OF ESSENTIAL OILS
I’m no scientist, but apparently by rolling these oils onto your temples, behind your ears and on your wrists, it absorbs into your blood stream – sending signals to your brain to release the hormones that make you feel a certain way.
These cute little Tisserand products are so cute, and I’ve used them everyday to help me get back to my normal self. And if energy isn’t something you need, they have oils for sleep, motivation, fighting the flu, and more! Discover the entire range at www.tisserand.com.
Have you used essential oils? Do you like aromatherapy? If so, let me know in the comments!