Aromatherapy in Action Podcast

The Aromatherapy in Action Podcast is where Aromatherapists, Wellness Seekers, Clean Beauty Fans and Aromatherapy Entrepreneurs can come together to seriously uplevel their education about Essential Oils, the Practice of Aromatherapy and how to build an influential Aromatherapy Business. Join host Amy Galper as she discusses all aspects of Aromatherapy Practice, from zeroing in on the therapeutics of a wide variety of botanical ingredients (including essential oils, of course!), to investigating organic skincare formulation, illuminating the fine nuances of Clinical Practice, Teaching Aromatherapy, Clean Beauty Formulating — Plus, sharing the steps and strategies to build a successful Aromatherapy Business.

Amy Galper, Author, sought after Aromatherapy Teacher and successful Aromatherapy Entrepreneur founded the first Aromatherapy School in NYC called, “The New York Institute of Aromatherapy,” and has been a Certified Professional Aromatherapist since 2001. She has co-authored 2 best selling books, “Plant-Powered Beauty” and “The Ultimate Guide to Aromatherapy” and has appeared as a featured speaker at Indie Beauty Expo, Women in Flavor & Fragrance Conference, The Jewish Museum of Florida, EcoSessions, along with dozens of media events and conferences. She is a guest lecturer at NYU, Arbor Vitae School of Traditional Herbalism and has presented at Nova Southeastern University (NSU).

She is regularly featured in the press as an essential oil and clean beauty expert in such media outlets as: FOX NEWS, THRIVE GLOBAL, REUTERS, CUNY TV, countless print articles, TV, podcasts and online posts. You can find her quoted  in Allure, Cosmopolitan, Womens’ Health,, Extraordinary Health, Dr. OZ, Prevention, Well and Good, Better Homes and Gardens, Mind Body Green, People, Refinery29 and many many more.

Episode Blogs

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Nancy Cyr

Glowing Skin with Sandalwood CO2 Extract

Sandalwood essential oil has come under scrutiny due to sustainability issues as it is distilled from the heart wood and even roots of this tree. But Sandalwood Nut CO2 extract comes from the nut of the tree, potentially reducing this issue.

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