Carrier Oils for Skincare and Massage
What you'll learn
- Understand how using the right carrier oil can enhance your treatments
- Profiles for individual carrier oils
- Fatty acids: what they offer and how they work
- Decide what carrier oils to have on hand for your clients- and why
- Sample client intake form (massage therapists)
- Examples of how to give your clients aded value using aromatherapy options
- Desire to add organic, natural treatments to service menu for customers and clients
- Interest in making the shift between chemical products to natural ones
- No prerequsite but some knowledge of essential oils will be helpful
- Recommended: Aromatherapy Foundational Concepts course
This informative course will help massage therapists and beauty professionals determine which carrier oils to have available for use in their work.
Informed clients are looking to their wellness providers for alternatives to products and treatments using harsh chemicals.
More and more people are asking specifically for natural products.
Your and your business can benefit from this healthy trend!
This course is especially for:
skin care professionals (estheticians, holistic facialists, etc.)
Those who want to incorporate carrier oils and natural options into their treatments
This course includes recipes and examples of practical formulas.
Yes: There is a 40 page workbook included with this class
No: tests or quizzes in this course
Yes: practical activities provided throughout to guide and focus your learning experience
"My workplace has a "no scent policy". No problem!
This course addresses situations where using scent and/or aroma is not always possible. Professionals can still use natural ingredients to provide their clients with additional treatment benefits using carrier oils alone.
To start off, we will cover: The nerdy bits
what are carrier oils and how we get them
the differences between essential oils and carrier oils
what affects the cost of a carrier oil
fatty acids in carrier oils
Next we focus on 14 specific individual carrier oil profiles
almond oil, sweet
apricot kernel oil
borage seed oil
evening primrose oil
oat kernel oil
pumpkin seed oil
rice bran oil
sesame seed oil
Herbal infused oils: these are mainly used in a massage application, but can also apply directly to a facial application
You will also learn where and how to strategically use essential oils in your practice- so you can offer added value using aromatherapy to your clients. Includes instructions and tutorial on how to make your own herbal infused oils.
Practical Application to your workplace
Expand your service menu
If you want to offer the addition of essential oils and aromatherapy to your service menu, that is also covered. Learn how:
ways to add essential oils into your workspace
ways to provide your client excellent customer service
incorporate essential oils into various spa treatments
Practical takeaway tips for both the massage therapist and beauty professional
client intake form
how to get organized
What people are saying about Carrier Oils for Professionals:
"Most informative and interesting course I have ever taken !!!!!" 5 stars
"I truly enjoyed your course."
"All my massage students should be taking this class."
"Being new to the world of aromatherapy, I found this course to be extremely helpful for choosing the carrier oils to use in various situations. I am also very interested in making my own infuses, so that part was helpful as well. I would recommend this course to anyone who wants a better understanding of the wonderful world of carrier oils and their uses. Thank you"
Who this course is for:
- Massage therapists who want to use carrier oils
- Estheticians, and beauty professionals who want to add natural oil treatments to their service menu
- Those who want to learn more about benefits of carrier oils
Deanna Russell is a clinical aromatherapist, registered aromatherapist (RA®), and essential oil therapist (EOT®) located in Calgary, AB Canada. She is also the owner and founder of Nature Notes Aromatherapy.
Deanna loves gardening, and has been an avid gardener for several years.
Other interests include tea blending, design and typography. She has been experimenting with creating stuff since early childhood, and now as an adult enjoys teaching others her passion for aromatherapy and essential oils.
Deanna is a professional member of the CAOA (Canadian Alliance Of Aromatherapy) in Canada.
Deanna has a private consulting practice in Calgary, AB Canada.