SPECIAL AROMATHERAPY BLENDS

 
 
 
                    Invigorate your senses and transform your day with
                    specially formulated essential oil blends that
                    are just right for you.
 
 
 

SPECIAL AROMATHERAPY BLENDS Invigorate your senses and transform your day

Relaxation Marjoram, lavender and orange

Allowing ourselves time to relax is key to well-being. Lavender essential oil is well-known for aiding relaxation and blends well with calming marjoram oil. Orange oil adds an extra calming effect and a sweet smell, and it also helps to detox the body.

Marjoram (Origanum majorana)

It has a gently sedative effect that can lower blood pressure and heart rate, ease anxiety, and promote restful sleep.

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

It has a calming fragrance and is particularly renowned for its ability to relax and promote restful sleep.

Orange (Citrus sinensis)

This versatile oil is widely used for its uplifting and detoxifying effects. It is also calming and may help ease tense muscles. Cheering and familiar, its aroma acts as a reviving tonic.

Immune-boosting Niaouli, lavender and rosemary

Immunity is the final line of defense against disease. Poor nutrition, lack of exercise, stress, and other lifestyle issues all put extra pressure on the body’s ability to function well, which can lead to an accumulation of toxins that can cause disease. Niaouli, lavender, and rosemary essential oils help support a compromised immune system and are strongly antimicrobial, helping the body fight off infection.

Niaouli (Melaleuca viridiflora)

Chiefly a disinfectant and astringent, niaouli helps to fight a range of infections. Stimulating the body and mind, it increases concentration, clears the head, and lifts the spirits.

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

The use of lavender oil has been shown to drop and possible inhibit the flow of cortisol (a stress hormone) in our bodies. Cortisol lowers our immunity, which is why many get sick during the busiest week at their job or at the most stressful time in their family life.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Toning and cleansing rosemary oil helps to clear the mind. It contains potent antibacterial and antifungal substances that can fight infection, and has a warming anti-inflammatory action that helps relieve pain. Its stimulating effect on the lymphatic system aids detox and improves circulation.

Stimulating Ginger, black pepper and tea tree

Essential oils can be used to stimulate the appetite, digestive system, circulation, and lungs. This dynamic blend is ideal if you’re feeling generally below par: ginger calms the digestive system and restores appetite; black pepper stimulates circulation; and tea tree helps boost immunity.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale)

It is a useful antiseptic in cases of cold or flu, and it has an analgesic property that can help to ease tension headaches and muscular pain.

Black Pepper (Piper nigrum)

A warming, spicy oil, black pepper has strong antiseptic properties. Its stimulating aroma has a clearing effect on the mind, making this a useful oil for improving focus, while its ability to boost circulation can revive tired muscles and joints and speed the healing of bruises.

Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Best known for its powerful antiseptic properties, it is effective against a range of bacteria and fungi that can lead to infection. It also has a strong deodorizing action that can combat body odor.

Detox Frankincense, lemon and juniper

Enjoy a detox massage or cleanse your environment by using essential oils with key purifying properties. You can also deep cleanse skin by adding the oils to an unscented facial wash or oil blend, or to a steam inhalation to open pores. Juniper has stimulating and astringent properties, frankincense tones skin and helps to close pores, and lemon’s citrusy scent refreshes, eliminating unwelcome odors.

Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)

It is used as both an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, and its distinct aroma helps to soothe and calm frayed nerves, making it useful for treating anxiety.

Lemon (Citrus limonum)

Fresh and invigorating, lemon stimulates the senses and clears the mind. Detoxifying and toning, its citrus aroma and antiseptic properties make it a natural deodorizer.

Juniper (Juniperus communis)

A distinctive, crisp-smelling oil that stimulates and strengthens the nerves and bolsters spirits. It has a mild diuretic effect that helps relieve water retention, a warming action that soothes aching muscles and joints, and a toning and balancing effect on the skin.

Well-being enhancer Tangerine, lavender and chamomile

Essential oils have many components that affect the nervous system, helping to lift mood and enhance well-being. For example, studies show that the compound linalool in lavender reduces anxiety, while limonene, found in tangerine, can ease anxiety and lift depression. Chamomile oil contains the compounds alphaand beta-pinene, which also work as antidepressants, helping lift the spirits and increase feelings of well-being.

Tangerine (Citrus reticulate)

It has antiseptic and antifungal properties, similar to other citrus fruits. It has a tonic effect on the digestive system, nourishes the skin, and its sweet, cheerful aroma is almost instantly uplifting.

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

It has a calming fragrance and is particularly renowned for its ability to relax and promote restful sleep.

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)

It makes an effective skin treatment thanks to its calming and toning properties. It has a strong anti-inflammatory action that penetrates the skin’s layers to soothe and repair, useful for skin conditions such as eczema and for healing.

Soothing Frankincense, wild orange and petitgrain

Calming aromatherapy provides a natural and easy way to deal with the symptoms of stress and feelings of anxiety. Uplifting orange oil blended with mood boosting oils, such as frankincense and petitgrain, creates a wonderfully soothing massage oil blend.

Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)

It is used as both an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, and its distinct aroma helps to soothe and calm frayed nerves, making it useful for treating anxiety.

Orange (Citrus sinensis)

This versatile oil is widely used for its uplifting and detoxifying effects. It is also calming and may help ease tense muscles. Cheering and familiar, its aroma acts as a reviving tonic.

Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium amara)

One of its most valuable properties is its balancing and toning effect on oily skin and hair. The relaxing aroma of petitgrain helps calm body and mind.