Rosemary is traditionally associated with remembrance, love, loyalty, & fidelity. It’s one of the most widely used and oldest known essential oils, used by both the ancient Romans and Egyptians for the the treatment of both hair and skin, with extensive references to its aromatherapeutic benefits.
Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender has held a long association with love and protection. It has been used for over 2,500 years; Ancient Persians, Greeks, and Romans added the flowers to their bathwater to help wash, purify, soothe and soften their skin. Lavender is one of the most well-known essential oils in aromatherapy, known for its anti- inflammatory, antifungal, antidepressant, antiseptic, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties
Poppies belong to the eldest plants on earth and in the Victorian Language of Flowers they symbolised eternal sleep and imagination. Poppyseed oil has a rich profile of essential fatty acids which provide moisturisation and reduce transepidermal water loss. Due to it’s high level of linoleic acid, poppyseed oil is good for mature, dry and sensitive skin.
Brassica Campestris Oil
Also known as rapeseed or canola, brassica bampestris has been cultivated since ancient times and it’s oil is ten times higher in Omega 3 than olive oil. It is rich in Vitamin E, with superb anti-oxidant properties and is excellent for dry skin.
Blackcurrant Seed Oil
A rich source of gamma linolenic acid or GLA, blackcurrant seed oil has an anti-inflammatory agent which helps to keep the skin hydrated and firm. It is an effective moisturiser and helps to maintain the elasticity of the skin.
Often called ‘Gold of Pleasure’, camelina oil is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which act as a moisturiser and are essential for good skin health. Camelia oil’s Vitamin E help to improve skin tone and prevent free radical damage.