Make Your Own Recipes
Aromatherapy is great for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Antiseptic essential oils help keep your mouth, gums and toothbrush clean and fresh and carriers oils can be used for the ancient Ayurvedic practice of oil pulling!
It's World Reflexology Week this week (22-28 September 2013) so we thought we'd give you a few tips on how you can use this wonderful therapy at home - along with some lovely recipes to treat your feet!
A million children in the UK have headlice at any one time, and we spend millions of pounds on cures from combs and chemicals to oils and professional help. Here is our advice on how you can treat nits effectively with aromatherapy essential oils!
Jasmine essential oil is an absolute joy to use for both its wonderful sensual scent and its powerful therapeutic qualities! Some people find its fragrance overwhelming, but when it is diluted it becomes more subtle with sweet, floral, exotic top notes and heady, warm, honeyed undertones.
Research shows that nearly half of women would change the size of their pores if they could. Unfortunately it’s impossible to change their size, however we can take steps to mimimise their appearance!
Dry, cracked skin on the hands and the feet and can be extremely painful. Try this rich Moisturising Cream with natural plant oils and therapeutic essential oils to heal, soothe and nourish the skin.
Looking for Christmas gift ideas? What could be more welcome than a gift that is not only exquisitely scented but can boost health and wellbeing at the same time. Try our DIY aromatherapy gift ideas that can easily be made at home!