A Brief Overview

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils derived from plants for therapeutic effects, applied through inhalation or topical application. I can’t stress enough how beneficial the use of aromatherapy can be.  Every essential oil has benefits that are far reaching; assisting the health of many areas of the body.  The use of aromatherapy is always a non-digested application.  This removes many contraindications, side effects and concerns. Aromatherapy is therapeutic. By definition, it has beneficial effects on disease or disorders. That calls for an educated, certified individual .....

3 Ways I offer Aromatherapy

Consultations include Individualized assessment resulting in a treatment plan and personalized product made specific to your goals....

Off the Shelf  products available to purchase while in office to address things such as ....

Add-On treatments Are aromatherapy applications that can be added on to step up another scheduled service...

Infinite Evolution Aromatherapy

Infinite Evolution
Holistic Therapies

Florissant, MO

(636) 228-3343


Effects of oils, ailments that bring clients to Aromatherapy


The eczema cream seems to be even better than the hydration cream. 100% effective at clearing the rash and stopping the itching, I only have to apply every 3-4 days as opposed to everyday."                 

                                           -Darryl Cheatham   

Common Applications

Aromatherapy is absorbed into the body in several ways. The olfactory system is always one of the ways the microscopic oils enter your body, if you are breathing around them you are absorbing them. Absorption through the skin is the other application. You can create more effective results by choosing the applications specific to the ailment that is presenting. Inhalation gets the quickest results and would be great for sinuses, mental stimulating or calming results. However direct spot application would gain better results for something like treating a bruise, inflammation, or soreness on a specific area. Descriptions of Spritzers, Topical applications, and hydrotherapy