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Four Best Places To Apply Roll-On Essential Oils

Essential oil roll-ons are a special blend of essential oils packaged neatly in a rollerball bottle, and they allow for easy storage and application with no wastage. When essential oils are applied onto the body, their healing components are absorbed through the pores and into the bloodstream, before dispersing to specific organs and systems which they work on.

Essential oils bring numerous benefits to your mind and body. To achieve the best effects, roll-on essential oils should be applied to areas of the body where the blood vessels are closest to the skin. These areas, also known as pulse points, allow for quicker absorption of the oils. While you can apply essential oil roll-ons onto any part of your body, these four main spots work best.

1. Back of neck

According to research, the suboccipital triangle (space bordered by muscles and ligaments deep in the posterior neck) is one of the best places to apply essential oil roll-ons for headaches and migraines [1]. 

This region of the neck is close to the arterial flow of the brain and key neurological tissue, which allows for essential oils to be thoroughly absorbed by the blood vessels and brain. It also enables you to experience the effects of the essential oils much faster as well.

2. Behind the ears

Our skin has different thicknesses across our body. In particular, the spot behind our ears has some of the most permeable layers that makes it easier for essential oils to be absorbed into the skin. 

Additionally, your mastoid pressure point is also conveniently located behind the ear. When roll-on essential oils are applied onto this pressure point, it can help you to experience greater pain relief from inflammation and swelling [2].

3. On the wrists

The inner wrist is a pulse point that has your radial artery running through it, making it easy for your body to absorb the essential oils into your bloodstream. As a large volume of blood moves through this area, it also makes the wrist slightly warmer than other parts of the arm. 

When roll-on essential oils are applied to warmer areas, it can help heighten the aroma of the oils, providing better inhalation sensations.

4. On the temples

The temples are also another pulse point that is located on the side of our heads, between the forehead and the ears. Typically, most people would rub their temples to relieve headaches and migraines. As our temples contain blood vessels that are close to the skin, any essential oils applied here will be easily absorbed into our system.

Try Roll-On Essential Oils Today

Essential oil roll-ons are safe for topical application. When trying roll-ons, apply the essential oils in a circular motion generously before inhaling its aroma for effective results.

Our Fresh On Aromatherapy Roll-Ons is an essential oil roll-on popular with busy professionals and students. They help relieve stress, fatigue, nausea and dizziness, motion sickness, and itchiness from insect bites. Packaged in convenient stainless steel rollerball bottles, Fresh On Aromatherapy Roll-Ons can be carried in your bags for easy transportation and application along your skin.

Our essential oil roll-ons are also suitable for all individuals with different tastes and preferences. They come in three different blends of specially formulated scents that you can choose: Barley Mint, Original Citrus, and Lavender. 

Visit your nearest supermarket or pharmacy to purchase your aromatherapy roll-on today. You can also purchase our products online at our Eagle Brand official store on Lazada and Shopee.


References

[1] H. Göbel, G. Schmidt, M. Dworschak, H. Stolze, D. Heuss, Essential plant oils and headache mechanisms, Phytomedicine, Volume 2, Issue 2, 1995, Pages 93-102, ISSN 0944-7113, https://doi.org/10.1016/S0944-7113(11)80053-X.

[2] Babar Ali, Naser Ali Al-Wabel, Saiba Shams, Aftab Ahamad, Shah Alam Khan, Firoz Anwar, Essential oils used in aromatherapy: A systemic review, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, Volume 5, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 601-611, ISSN 2221-1691, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apjtb.2015.05.007.