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Base oil of the month: Argan



Base oil of the month: Argan

Argan oil is known as ‘Moroccan Gold’. This highly sought-after, precious oil is excellent for both skin and hair. Can help to moisturise, soothe and protect the skin, boost elasticity, encourage skin cell renewal and reduce inflammation.

Aromatherapy for the hair and scalp



Aromatherapy for the hair and scalp

Essential oils and carrier oils are excellent for hair care. From conditioning the scalp to stimulating hair growth and adding softness and shine. Follow our top tips and learn how to make your own aromatherapy hair care treatments.

Aromatherapy for stroke patients



Aromatherapy massage can be of real benefit to people suffering the effects of a stroke and can easily be used alongside orthodox treatments to help ease symptoms and improve wellbeing and quality of life.

Aromatherapy A-Z: Warts and Verrucas



Aromatherapy A-Z: Warts and Verrucas

Warts and verrucas are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Both will disappear of their own accord once the body becomes resistant to the virus, however topical treatment is often preferred if they become painful or unsightly.


Aromatherapy blends for Summer skin



The sun is shining so we thought we'd share some of our favourite products and recipe ideas to ensure your skin looks healthy and refreshed all summer long! 


Caring for your hands and feet



Caring for your hands and feet

Giving our hands and feet that special attention, is a wonderful way of treating ourselves. These hardworking parts of our body are so often neglected which can then result in painful problems such cracked skin, blisters and corns.

Aromatherapy and the Menopause



Aromatherapy and the Menopause

The lead up to the menopause can cause a variety of unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms including mood swings, hot flushes and disturbed sleep! Learn how essential oils can help to ease many of these problems!

Aromatherapy A-Z: Varicose Veins



Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, painful veins that have filled with an abnormal amount of blood. They are quite common, affecting approximately 1 in 3 people (particularly women), and usually appear on the legs and feet.

Make your own face masks



Make your own face masks

An aromatherapy face mask works wonders for the skin and is a lovely way to relax and pamper yourself at the same time. They are also really quick and easy to make at home with a few simple ingredients! 

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