LEMON Body Potion
CONTAINS these botanical superstars
champa CO2 sea buckthorn lemon bulgarian rose sandalwood amla
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]Perfume the heady and elusive marriage of the essences of herbs and spices, wild grasses, and flowers, bark, and tree...the engine of the Universe. From the earliest of times, people have taken pleasure in rubbing fragrant substances into their skin. Timeless and universal, scent has been a powerful force in ritual, medicine, myth, and conquest. To inspire, after all, is literally” to breath in”
This aroma-based potion is an indulgence for the senses, uplifting to the mind, cultivates expansion and channel clearing. Sandalwood has been used by ancient Vedic seers for thousands of years to enhance mediation and open the channel of the mind.
LEMON | distilled bright effervescent, fresh lemon aroma, softer than, but not as tart as our cold-pressed lemon.
CHAMPA FLOWER Co2 | used in India as an offering to the gods and goddesses. An offering to the incarnation of Laxmi, the goddess wealth, and prosperity opens energetic channels allowing for prosperity to flow. The chemical composition of Champa is incredibly complex containing 240 constituents. It cools and moisturizes the skin, well known to have grounding effects on the mind and body.
NEW CALEDONIA SANDALWOOD | recorded uses dating at least 4000 years ago, a well-known and highly regarded aromatic oil. Considered to be an integral part of eastern religious and spiritual rituals. It is an intoxicating aroma with intense calming effects on the body and mind.
BULGARIAN ROSE | exalted in history, rose is a well-known medicinal flower and is one of the most complex essential oils in the world, containing more than 400 chemical compounds. This means it contains a vast array of diverse skin therapeutic properties.
MORINGA OIL | containing several bioactive compounds which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, when used topically beneficial for acne and inflamed skin conditions. These compounds include tocopherols, catechins, quercetin, ferulic acid, and zeatin.
AMALAKI | highly revered in Ayurvedic medicine also known as Indian gooseberry extremely high in Vit C with 3000 mg per fruit, considered a nutritive tonic and rejuvenating herb, highly anti-inflammatory known as a rasayana rebuilds and maintains tissues.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]SKIN CHALLENGES | dry, dehydrated skin conditions, skin that had been depleted by stress and environmental toxins, sensitive skin conditions.
BOTANICAL ACTIONS | antioxidant, tonic, restorative
SUBTLE AROMATHERAPY | restoring, calming, relaxing, dispersive of stuck energy.
nervous system superstar