I am delighted to be re opening my treatment room doors following the Prime Ministers announcement last night. For those of you that have provisional bookings in the diary I can confirm that these are now secure. If you would like to book an appointment then please do get in touch.
As you all know treatments aren’t taking place right now until it’s safe to open again. However, I’m still very busy formulating.
I adore this time of year looking at the blooming camellias. Their bright cheery colours put an instant smile on your face.
From the 10th to the 16th June aromatherapy awareness week is a campaign that highlights to the general public, the wonderful benefits that aromatherapy has to offer.
Also known as French marjoram and in botanical terms as Origanum majorana. I don’t know of anyone who has disliked this aroma. It gives out a warm, spicy, herby fragrance that immediately calms and soothes.
Human touch can reduce our cortisol levels leading to lower stress levels. It can help reduce our heart rate and lower blood pressure. In fact a lack of human touch can cause a physical stress on our bodies.
As Christmas is nearly upon us I thought I’d feature Myrrh this time round. A major skin oil with powerful healing properties
A nutrient packed oil containing more vitamins and natural retinol than any other carrier oil. An essential anti ageing treatment with visible results
This beautiful oil comes from the bitter orange tree. This incredible tree produces three essential oils, one being Petitgrain.