Inspire feelings of happy contentment for pure relaxation. Best Of Nature's Bath Oil & After Bath Skin Moisturizer surround you with a heady aroma of warm, sweet Cedarwood and refreshing mandarin oranges, while natural oils of Coconut, Sesame, Sunflower and Vitamin E hydrate your skin to a silk-like feel.
Cedarwood essential oil presents a warm and woody aroma which promotes grounding, emotional balance, calm and relation - making it perfect at the end of a long day, for stress reduction and nighttime routines. Because it also promotes wellness and vitality, some use it prior to exercise and physical activity. When applied topically, its cleansing and purifying properties help maintain the appearance of youthful skin and healthy-looking hair. It has skin-cleansing and moisturizing properties, is a natural deodorizer, and includes naturally occurring constituents that are high in sesquiterpenes.
There are many types of cedar trees, but all are coniferous, evergreen trees from the cypress family. The use of cedar oil has a long historical past, with the cedar of Lebanon thought to be one of the first essential oils extracted from nature.
With quite a history dating back thousands of years to traditional Chinese medicine, mandarin is known to be the sweetest and the most calming of all citrus essential oils. It is very mild and known for many healing properties. For instance, mandarin essential oil is useful in helping to reduce acne, brighten the skin, alleviate insomnia, reduce oily skin, diminish the appearance of scars and age spots and minimize stress and wrinkles. And that’s not all, as it is known to reduce pain, anxiety and nausea through aromatherapy.
Coconut Oil powerfully nourishes and moisturizes the skin and hair. It absorbs readily, acts as a protective barrier for the skin and will not clog pores. It is popular in massage as it is light and non-greasy; it also washes out of linens like a dream! Use it to minimize fine lines, reduce the appearance of pores, heal damaged skin, remove even stubborn makeup, and soothe skin itchy from psoriasis or eczema.
Though fractionated coconut oil is less well-known, it is widely used in the aromatherapy community because it makes an excellent carrier oil that is odorless and less prone to rancidity.
Sesame oil, called "til" oil in Sanskrit, has reportedly been known since Vedic times. The ancient ayurvedic scholar Charaka, in his well-known treatise on ayurveda, claims that it is the best of all oils due to being rich in linoleic acid. It has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Sunflower Oil, also known as ‘Surajmukhi tel‘ (Hindi) is a non-volatile oil extracted from the seeds of sunflowers. It is commonly used in cosmetic formulations due to its emollient properties. Its nutritious composition makes it one of the healthiest oils for application on the skin and the hair. The main component of sunflower oil is linoleic acid. Its other components include oleic acid and palmitic acid. In addition to these, it contains lecithin, carotenoids, tocopherols and appreciable quantities of vitamins A, D and E.
As an antioxidant, vitamin E is known to help fight free radicals. Studies have shown that when used topically, it can also act as a protectant from skin damage due to sun exposure. It has also been shown to aid in the prevention and repair of skin tissue damage and to counteract and help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots. It can also help reduce scarring and stretch marks.
Vitamin E oil is rich and thick and loved by many for its ability to improve dry, flaky skin. Like coconut oil, you can use vitamin E oil on your cuticles and lips to prevent and soothe chapped skin.
You can also use vitamin E oil for hair, especially when you’re looking to improve dry hair and/or dry scalp.
For a relaxing, muscle-soothing soak, pour under running bath water. Apply after shower for an aromatic infusion of moisture.
Fractionated Coconut (Cocos nucifera) Oil, Sesame (Sesamum indicum) Oil, Sunflower (Helianthus annus) Oil, Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) Oil, Mandarin (Citrus nobilis) Oil, Vitamin E (Tocopherol).
All oil products, regardless of brand, are potentially combustible. Use caution when drying or storing linens exposed to oils.
For external use only. Do not ingest. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.