Get ready for spring

Get ready for spring

The temperatures are rising and the days are getting longer…Spring is just around the corner. The change of season can have certain impacts on our body and our mood. Coming out of winter can be an effort for us and it is very important to help our body get stronger. At this time of year it is usually necessary to take care of yourself to strengthen the body. So it's time for a little wellness treatment. Gotes offers you four essential oils with incredible virtues to accompany this change of season.

Lavandula angustifolia

Lavender augustifolia oil is an essential oil that you should have in your home. If you feel tired of winter and want to optimize your entry into spring, this oil is necessary. Containing mainly the precious aromatic substances linalool and linalyl acetate, our lavender oil is an excellent muscle relaxant and a perfect calming and sedative elixir. This oil regulates the nervous system, calms excitability and promotes sleep. It is ideal to make the most of your night's sleep in spring so as not to be too tired after the time change. It is also indicated for deeper problems of cramps and muscle contractures.

This change of season invites you to go out in the sun, but you have to be careful with sunburn. Of course, it's best to avoid it, but when it's too late, lavender essential oil works miracles to calm burning sensations and help skin heal quickly. It also works very well to hydrate your skin. A drop in your day cream provides flexibility and evens out your skin tone.


Eucalyptus radiata

For some people, the arrival of spring can be an ordeal. Runny nose, sneezing, red eyes, or tingling nose?

Eucalyptus radiata essential oil is an especially effective remedy for nasal infections and spring allergies. Thanks to its richness in cineole, it liquefies the secretions of the ENT and bronchial mucous membranes. This oil helps you expectorate better, so it is ideal for allergy sufferers and also for those who suffer from bronchitis. It is traditionally used for its decongestant and disinfectant action of the respiratory tract. It is reputed to be a precious ally in case of colds, flu or other winter infections.

When diffused, it is perfect for purifying and purifying the air. It will also boost your immune system. A tonic and energizing oil, this oil is also known to give you a boost and cope with the change of season!

Petitgrain Bigarade

Petitgrain Bigarade oil is the king of stress-fighting essential oils. Contains linalyl esters and acetates that promote mental balance. Thanks to its relaxing properties, it is ideal for finding a more serene daily life, without stress and, consequently, a true quality of life. Petitgrain Bigarade is a powerful antidepressant and thus makes it possible to grasp the change of season. For those who did not know, Petitgrain Bigarade essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves of the bitter orange tree.

Ylang Ylang

Spring is the season of flowers and rebirth. It is an invitation to open our senses. For this, Ylang Ylang essential oil is ideal. It is an oil that invites you to travel, to open your senses, both psychologically and physically. Ylang Ylang gives tired bodies a boost. It is a calming, sedative, relaxing and antidepressant oil. In the case of sexual fatigue in particular, it is no longer necessary to demonstrate its aphrodisiac virtues. Its fragrance comforts anxious, depressed or nervous people. Due to its heart rate regulating effects, Ylang-Ylang also helps calm anxiety attacks or excessive stress.

As you can see, essential oils can be a precious ally to accompany the spring transition.

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