Warm Circulation Compress

A warm compress is a great way to give your circulation a boost.

I use this compress often on my legs after a long day sitting at my desk. I also love using this recipe after a long flight. All you need is a few essential oils, a towel and a bowl, making it an easy recipe to create when staying in a hotel, or in the comfort of your own home.


3 drops cedarwood essential oil View Details

Cedarwood Essential Oil

SGD $16.00 SGD $8.00

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Take flight while you stay rooted. Warm and woodsy cedarwood is known for providing emotional strength, or for when you need an anchor. Diffuse and say goodbye to mental strain, symptoms of depression, and stress-related insomnia.

4 drops lavender essential oil View Details

Lavender Essential Oil

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You want this oil on your side. Everybody does. That’s probably why lavender is one of the most popular and versatile oils in aromatherapy. Its soft, floral, and fresh aroma calms the mind and body, eases tension, and is great to support sleep.

2 drops grapefruit essential oilView Details

Grapefruit Essential Oil

SGD $20.00 SGD $10.00

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That feeling you get when you tick off everything on your to-do list and it’s not even lunchtime – that’s grapefruit oil. It has a citrusy, fresh, and exotic aroma which is very uplifting and instantly sparks joy. It has stimulating and cleansing properties, and has been known to diminish signs of cellulite by stimulating the lymphatic system.


A medium sized bowl


Step 1 Add the essential oils to a bowl of warm/hot water.

Step 2 Soak a small towel in the water, wring it out, and wrap it around the targeted area.

Step 3 Leave the compress on for 5-10 minutes. Soak the towel again in the warm water whenever it cools down.

Step 4 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.


Marra Hensby

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Fun Fact! Did you know…

1.) Inhaling essential oils stimulates the olfactory system, and therefore the central nervous system. (What a great way to calm down!)