A food-grade salt-free from environmental pollutants with no additives! Our Himalayan salt is deep pink in colour and excavated from a deep inner chamber jam-packed with minerals and trace elements essential for healthy wellbeing.
Naturally rich in nourishing and skin-replenishing minerals for mind and body.
Himalayan salt helps stimulate circulation, relax the body, detoxify and soothe sore muscles.
Use to exfoliate skin before waxing treatments.
Peppermint essential oil is one of the most stimulating of all the oils, it really gives you a lift, and many people carry a bottle around to sniff when feeling tired. Its unique fragrance is unmistakable and uplifting. It is also a cooling oil, great to apply a drop or two neats on the forehead for a tension headache, but be very careful to keep it well away from the eyes and other mucous membrane areas, as it stings these areas severely. Peppermint essential oil also has very strong antispasmodic and analgesic properties and is one of the main oils for relieving muscle spasms and pain, and (like most of the herb oils) it also has a strong action on the digestive system, where it is often used for relieving stomach upset or nausea. Alongside its cooling effect, it also has vasoconstrictive properties, ie. it constricts the blood vessels, which... Read More
Cedarwood essential oil is extremely gentle on the skin, with somewhat similar properties to the much more expensive sandalwood, and both have a property that is described as mucous membrane tonic, which makes cedarwood oil very good for treating sore throats (eg. in a gargle, with lemon, tea tree, or manuka).
It is also very good in steam inhalations for inflamed lungs, and it has general anti-inflammatory properties. It has a woody type of fragrance that appeals to many men.
Cedarwood blends well with herbal oils like Clary sage, Cypress, and spicy essential oils like Frankincense. Cedarwood also blends well with Bergamot, lemon, Patchouli, Sandalwood, and Thyme.
Himalayan salt infused with lavender flowers and essential oil. Soothes and pampers tired achy feet helping them to stay soft. Soaking feet helps improve blood flow, circulation and promotes deep relaxation.
Clove Bud essential oil is one of the hot oils from hot tropical countries. Cloves are high in antioxidants, including eugenol and vitamin C, both of which can help reduce oxidative stress. It is very strongly anti-infectious and antimicrobial, and also is a strong booster of the immune system. It can be used in low dilution on the skin, and in footbaths and inhalations for the treatment of colds, flu, etc.
Blends well with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Chamomile. Ginger Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Mandarin, Rose, Sandalwood and Ylang Ylang.
Grape seed oil has a long-standing use in skincare, with evidence dating back to 14th century. Primarily, grape seed oil has an excellent texture for massage: it has a light texture that doesn’t feel heavy on the skin, whilst providing long-lasting lubrication that is very effective at reducing friction during a massage. For this reason, it has a long-standing history as a favourite oil of aromatherapy massage therapists. Its scent is very neutral, meaning there is no risk of it “fighting” with the essential oils that we combine it with It is suitable for all skin types, including those with sensitive skins The oil has excellent skincare properties such as: Would healing: Grape seed oil’s ability to improve the healing of wounds has been demonstrated in several studies. This is thought to be due to a flavonoid compound it contains called proanthocyanidins which is a strong antioxidant (20 and 50 times more potent than the better-known... Read More
Geranium essential oil is known by many aromatherapists to be the number one essential oil for balance. Balance on all levels, physical, mental, and emotional. It balances the hormonal system of the body, reputedly by acting on the adrenal cortex. It is often used for treating pms and menopause symptoms.
Geranium oil is also often used in skin care, as it balances the production of sebum, the skin's natural oil, and can be useful in treating either oily or dry skin. It also has wound-healing properties and is a stimulant to the lymphatic system. Geranium also regulates the nervous system and is often used in treating conditions like depression, nervous tension, stress, headaches, and anxiety.
Blends well with Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lime, Orange, and Rosemary.