Clinical Aromatherapy

Clinical Aromatherapy & Aromatology

Clinical Aromatherapy

Clinical aromatherapy may include a localised massage if appropriate, or a focus on blends produced for home use. The blends will be more diluted than those used in aromatology

Bespoke Blends

The consultation is tailored to you and what you need to focus on. It will focus on aromatherapy blends bend made just for you, which you are likely to use at home. There may be a localised massage of the area, if appropriate


An advanced form of aromatherapy which is also known as aromatic medicine. It can involve using the oils neat, intensive or internal depending on the nature of the problem. This is a bespoke plan and is monitored before moving to clinical aromatherapy management

Additional Costs

If pessaries, capsules, suppositories, hydrolats or additional blends are required for home use there will be an additional charge. These will be discussed during the consultation and agreed before making any bespoke products, so you’re always in control of how much you’re spending

How Much Does Clinical Aromatherapy & Aromatology Cost?

These are completely bespoke sessions, so are charged in half hour increments of £25. The first appointment can take up to an hour and half, but will be £45 maximum. Future sessions are usually half hour or an hour depending on what is happening during the appointment. There may be additional costs if items such as pessaries, suppositories, hydrolats or home blends are needed, but these will be discussed during the consultation and agreed before making or ordering them. The cost for these will vary but should cost no more than £25

Want to Book a Session?

If you’re looking to book a clinical aromatherapy or aromatology session, get in touch and let me know what the problem is that you are looking for help with. I can then ensure I have appropriate stock and all the equipment needed for your initial appointment. Also let me know which days are best for you and if you are looking for a day or evening appointment
None of the therapies available claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe. Only doctors can provide a diagnosis and if you have any health concerns you should visit your GP first. Complementary therapies should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.