Benefits of Aromatherapy:

A holistic practice which aims to bring balance and well-being to the mind body and soul. It uses essential oils from plants which have natural therapeutic properties and applies these oils in a variety of ways to influence a positive mindset and promote healing. Aromatherapy is not intended to replace medical care under the direct supervision of a qualified physician. Exfoliating Exfoliating is necessary to help skin properly absorb moisture. Without exfoliation skin looks dry and dehydrated regardless of the amount of lotion used. Exfoliating removes dead skin cells the clog pores making for healthy vibrant skin Moisturizing Cleansing and moisturizing helps ensure beautiful and healthy skin. Our skin is our largest organ. It keeps toxins and pollution out . Moisturizing helps restore diseased skin to its healthy state. Moisturized skin is softer more supple and resilient to damage from the sun. Pedicure Pedicure improve the health, appearance and comfort of the feet. During a pedicure the dead skin and calluses of the feet are removed with either pumice or other implements. Calluses on the feet can cause uneven pressure when walking or standing for long periods which can lead to pain and discomfort. Pampering your feet can help to reduce foot pain.

List of Ingredients

Essential Oils are natural essences extracted from different plant material through a variety of distillation processes.  They are highly concentrated and are generally utilized for their strong healing, comforting and relaxing properties as well as their appealing, alluring and uplifting qualities

  • Bergamot:

    Bergamot can prove beneficial to oily skin conditions, especially if they are stress-related. It may help to relieve anxiety, stress, and tension. Bergamot can cause irritation in sensitive skin when exposed to the sun, use in moderation and avoid strong sunlight.

  • Carrot Seed:

    Also known as Queen Ann’s Lace, it is highly nutritional – Vitamins A, B, C and B2. In skin care, Carrot Seed oil is used for its ability to tone the skin and impart suppleness.

  • Cedarwood:

    Recognized for its calming, purifying properties and is used to benefit the skin and underlying tissues.

  • Chamomile:

    Chamomile is a carminative with a wealth of relaxing properties; it is therefore excellent for anxiety and insomnia. Externally it will assist in healing wounds, eczema and is gentle enough for sensitive skin

  • Chocolate:

    Chocolate is an excellent moisturizer and leaves skin baby soft.

  • Cinnamon:

    Cinnamon is a powerful purifier, it is an attribute: it is a powerful oxygenator, and it enhances the action and the activity of other oils.

  • Cocoa Butter:

    Cocoa butter is an emollient that has been used for centuries in Africa as a skin care product. It has been used to heal and moisturize skin that has been exposed to the elements. It also helps reduce the formation of stretch marks during pregnancy by keeping the skin supple. It makes a wonderful ingredient in lotion bars, lip balms, body butters, soaps and belly balms for expectant mothers. Cocoa butter is also a great binder for bath bombs!

  • Cypress:

    Cypress is still used as purification incense by Tibetans and the Chinese considered the nuts purification nutritious and beneficial for the liver and respiratory system and to check profuse. It also promotes blood circulation and lymph flow. Can be beneficial for a mature skin because it can balance fluid loss.

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil:

    Known for centuries as a prime ingredient for skin care, Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a superb moisturizer with numerous protective qualities.

  • Geranium:

    Geranium has been used for centuries for skin care. It can prove useful for all types of skin as it balances sebum, the fatty substance that keeps skin supple. A good overall skin cleanser and can invigorate pale skin by improving its circulation.

  • Grapefruit:

    Grapefruit can help clear acne and congested or oily skin, it is also known to tone skin and tissues.

  • Green Tea:

    Besides its merits as a flavored, tasty social drink, tea has numerous positive effects on health. A Chinese proverb says: “It is better to drink green tea than to take medicine.” In Japan also green tea is known as the source of “Everlasting Youth and Longevity.” These benefits have been specified in various books, journals, newspapers, and TV reports. In Japan, Eisai’s ( a famous monk ) book “Maintaining Health by Drinking Tea” is among the first works on the topic. The healing properties of tea derive from its richness in vitamins and similar elements.

  • Honey:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin. Honey can be used in the improvement of cellular regeneration, and help skin recover from exposure to the environment.

  • Juniper Berry:

    Juniper acts as a tonic for oily and congested skin, it is also believed to help clear cellulite.

  • Lavender:

    This is an effective herb for headaches, especially when they are related to stress. Lavender can be quite effective in the clearing of depression, especially if used in conjunction with other remedies. It can be used to soothe and promote natural sleep. For skin care, lavender can be used to combat conditions like abscesses, acne, allergies, athlete’s foot, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema and sunburn. It promotes cell growth and balances sebum production, especially in combination with bergamot. Lavender is also a tonic to hair growth and is helpful in cases of alopecia. Lavender is an evergreen shrub with pale green leaves and violet flowers. The oil is extracted from steam distillation from fresh flowing tops. An absolute and concrete are also produced by solvent extraction. Many people carried the dried flowers heads during the plague years to ward off the disease. Lavender sachets are still commonly used to scent clothes’ drawers and stored bed linen. The plant’s insect repellent qualities will help keep away moths. With its sweet balsamic fragrance, lavender is said to be helpful to those who suffer from mood swings and feelings of instability, it possesses a balancing effect on the central nervous system to soothe the spirit and relieves anger and exhaustion.

  • Melissa (Lemon Balm):

    Because of its anti-depressive properties, Melissa is primarily indicated where there is dyspepsia associated with anxiety or depression, as the gently sedative oils relieve tension and stress reactions, thus acting to lighten depression.

  • Shea Butter:

    African healers have used Shea Butter for thousands of years as the ideal treatment for dry or aging skin. Protects the skin against damaging effects of the sun while repairing cellular degeneration.

  • Vanilla:

    Vanilla’s sweet scent has a soothing and calming effect on anger, fear and sadness. No one can stay upset for too long when the scent of vanilla oil is in the air. A few drops of vanilla in body lotion or bath products can relieve dry itchy skin. Vanilla is one of the most effective basic components of aphrodisiac massage oils and bath oils.

  • Ylang Ylang:

    The name Ylang ylang means flower of flowers. It regulates sebum production and is good for both oily and dry skin conditions.

  • Oatmeal:

    Oats provide one of the best remedies for ‘feeding’ the nervous system, especially when under stress. The oat remedy is considered a specific in cases of nervous debility and exhaustion when associated with depression. It may be used with most of the other nerviness, both relaxant and stimulatory, to strengthen the whole of the nervous system. It is also used in general debility. The high levels of silicic acid in the straw will explain its use as a remedy for skin conditions, especially in external applications.

  • Raw Cane Sugar:

    Scientific clinical studies for Glycolic Acid have actually proven results that have been very difficult to prove for other skin-care products. Glycolic Acid from sugar cane (said to be the most effective of the various alpha hydroxyacids), does stimulate and smooth skin, induce exfoliation and increase the rate at which new, younger cells reach the skin surface. Dermatologists, scientists and skin-care clinics have reported that these features can improve skin texture and clarity; reduce the look of fine lines or wrinkles; help fade age spots or skin discoloration (particularly when used under a skin-lightening cream); help clear, brighten the complexion and improve skin tone.

  • Jojoba:

    Jojoba Oil is excellent for moisturizing and nourishing your hair and skin. Just a few drops is all you need for healthy hair and skin. Collagen-like properties of jojoba oil improve skin health. Applied directly to the skin, Jojoba Oil reduces fine lines and wrinkles, soothes sunburns and treats psoriasis and acne.

  • Yogurt Powder:

    Yogurt Powder is thought to soothe and rejuvenate the skin. It’s known for its beneficial properties for healthy skin and strong hair. Yogurt contains high levels of lactic acid which is beneficial to skin and hair care. Using yogurt for skin and hair dates back to ancient India, when it was used as an effective remedy to get rid of acne and pimples.

  • Guinness:

    Contains natural polyphenols as antioxidants and anti-inflammatories for skin. Hops used in beer production are a source of polyphenols such as xanthohumol (XN), and its metabolites isoxanthohumol (IXN) and phytoestrogen 8-prenylnaringenin (8PN).

  • Hemp:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Kelp:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Spirulina:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Activated Charcoal

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Avocado:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Coffee:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.

  • Wine:

    Unprocessed honey found in ancient tombs was determined to be edible and was even used to preserve body moisture longer and is believed to be one of nature’s oldest healing agents. It has natural antiseptic, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; it soothes, softens, and moisturizes skin.