In an age where the cosmetics industry is ruling the markets, going all natural might have its benefits for the sensitive skinned souls.
First of all, the smell itself will do wonders in soothing your nerves and calming you down. Furthermore, the properties of lavender oil reduce scarring; stretch marks, and wrinkles too. Lavender oil also has healing properties and can be used on insect bites and rashes. Most therapists in Sri Lanka use essential oils as a part of their treatments, and a typical spa hotel in Galle would have lavender in their treatments, for example.
The smell of this berry is sickly sweet and relaxes a person instantly. Cranberry essence is said to relieve joint pains and is, therefore, great oil for therapeutic massages.
For the people with oily skin, geranium is your lifesaver! Spas and skin therapists swear by its wonders and most spas in tourist beach towns also use it now, like Tamarind Hill for instance. Geranium has antiseptic properties and helps prevent the build-up of sebum, the oils that help bacteria eat up your skin. Dermatitis, eczema, acne, and psoriasis are treated with this magical cure. As for therapy, geranium lightens up your mood, improves blood circulation and is a great cure for depression.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+