Ancient cultures knew of and benefited from the fact that there are aromas that relax and others that stimulate or awaken the senses and benefit a person’s health and state of mind. Ever since René-Maurice Gattefossé coined the term aromatherapy a century ago, studies have shown that essential oils and their use in general health and well-being help us to benefit from the positive effects of different aromas, based on science.
“Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.” Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Well known as a nasal decongestant and for fighting respiratory infections, eucalyptus is also effective in muscle and joint pain.
The aroma of mint refreshes the respiratory tract, stimulates and invigorates, and also helps increase a person’s appetite.
Stimulating and invigorating, rosemary helps alleviate depression, bringing energy to the body and soul.
The smell of lavender alleviates headaches and migraines. It is also very relaxing and perfect for fighting anxiety, depression and insomnia.
The gentle aroma of vanilla, calms and relaxes, whilst revitalising the body and stimulating the senses. It is considered an antidepressant and traditionally an aphrodisiac.
It is an antidepressant, fights fatigue and protects against colds, coughs and the flu.
The sensual aroma of roses lifts the mood, relaxes and relieves stress and anxiety.
Stimulating and purifying, it cleans the air, invigorates the body and helps fight nasal congestion.
As a relaxant for the nervous system, it benefits digestion, detoxifies and refreshes. It also protects cardiovascular health, stimulating the immune system and balancing the body.
The body milk gives a sensation of harmony and serenity and alleviates sadness. At the same time, it creates a refreshing and clean atmosphere.
A combination of essential oils from the Mediterranean that create well-being, relieve anxiety, raise spirits and alleviate feelings of confusion.
The invigorating aroma of coconut is also a physical and mental relaxant.
It stimulates the mind, improves memory and concentration and helps relax the nervous system. It is also known as an expectorant.
It transmits a sensation of peace and helps overcome emotional crises, restoring vitality.
Invigorating guarana helps increase energy levels.