Thursday, June 16, 2016

Sleep Indulgence: essential for your body’s balance and good health

When was the last time you genuinely had a good night’s sleep?

The truth is that with our busy lifestyles and the stresses of day to day life, we often encroach on our precious sleep time to ‘get things done’. Most of us average 5-6 hours of sleep per night, thinking we will catch up on sleep during the weekend, but then the weekend brings its own kind of madness because of the social whirl one inevitably gets caught up in…and our sleep banks deplete gradually until we start running on empty.

Lack of sleep is a common thing and unfortunately the repercussions show up in our health, and rather unfairly, around our waistlines. The truth is that not getting enough sleep can adversely affect hormones that will make you hungry and actually prompts your body to store fat. Did you know that sleep is super important for a joyful, energetic and healthy life?

With 7-8 hours of sleep per night, you will actually be more alert, healthy and focused.

Sleep is considered one of the main pillars of Ayurveda. It is considered essential to maintaining the body’s balance and good health. Sleep is the time when the body is able to repair and heal itself. Most importantly, the mind and emotions also become balanced through sleep.

In Ayurveda, there are three major types of sleep imbalance, they are known as the imbalances in Vata, Pitta or Kapha dosha.

Vata sleep imbalance occurs when the coordination between learning, retention and recall becomes weak. Either you won't be able to fall asleep, or your sleep will be so light and restless that you'll wake up tired because your mind is unable to detach and rest properly in sleep.

Pitta sleep disorder occurs when you have no problem falling asleep, but you wake up in the wee hours of the morning and cannot go back to sleep for several hours.

Kapha related sleep disorder occurs when a person sleeps long and deeply, but feels exhausted when he or she wakes up. Worse, a lethargic, dull feeling continues throughout the day.

At Spa Ceylon we would always recommend the most natural, sensible and holistic ways of obtaining a superior night’s sleep, that may result in complete indulgence of your senses, and leave you actually looking forward to bedtime.

Our new Sleep Intense range has all of the natural ingredients your sleep deprived body is longing for, a Dream Essence Mist – sprayed around your bed and bedchamber, a Sleep Intense – Relaxing Body Cleanser that is massaged gently into your limbs and enhances your daily sleep hygiene ritual, is especially good if you struggle with Vata type sleeplessness.

Sleep Intense – Dream Balm is also a great addition to the product range along with Sleep Intense – Soothing Body Elixir both of which are perfect for Kapha-type symptoms.

We have also sourced some other pointers to help you achieve a blissful night’s sleep :

Practice the regular rhythms of sleep – go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, after a few days your body will fall into this rhythm and sleep will come easier to you.

Use your bed for sleep and romance only – Even though temptation may knock to read a few chapters of a book or watch the latest GoT tv series, avoid doing both in your bedroom. Both activities stimulate the brain and can cause erratic sleep. Indulge instead in a bottle of Spa Ceylon Sleep Therapy : Body and Pillow Mist, it will create a beautiful cocoon of quick drying non-oily natural mist infused with pure lavender and fragrant ylang ylang to promote deep restful sleep.

Do create an aesthetic environment that encourages sleep – use serene and restful colors and eliminate clutter and distraction in your bedroom. The calmer and more serene it is, the better you will sleep.

Avoid caffeine and alcohol – Caffeine may seem to help you stay awake but actually makes your sleep worse. Alcohol on the other hand helps you to sleep, but will cause you to sleep erratically and also produces poor-quality sleep. Spa Ceylon has some delightful Ayurveda herbal teas that are perfect for the warm drink you crave before bed time. They will not only soothe your senses, they are also a warm blend of goodness that will help improve your skin tone and detox your body at the same time.

Importantly, get regular exposure to daylight for at least 20 minutes a day – the light from the sun enters your eyes and triggers your brain to release specific chemicals and hormones (like melatonin) that are vital to healthy sleep and mood.

Eat no later than three hours before bed – eating a heavy meal prior to bed will lead to a bad night’s sleep, and will aid a thickening waistline!

Don’t exercise vigorously after dinner – it excites the body and makes it more difficult to get to sleep. However, it IS a great idea to get a massage or stretch before bed time. This helps relax the body making it easier to fall asleep

Take an aromatherapy Spa Ceylon indulgence bath – raising your body temperature before bed helps to induce sleep. A hot, indulgent bath using Spa Ceylon Sleep Therapy: Massage and Bath Oil will relax your muscles and reduces tension physically and psychically.

Warm your middle – this raises your core temperature and helps trigger the proper chemistry for sleep. Either a hot water bottle, heating pad, or warm body can do the trick

Avoid medications that interfere with sleep – these include sedatives (these are used to treat insomnia, but ultimately lead to dependence and disruption of normal sleep rhythms and architecture), antihistamines, stimulants, cold medication, steroids, and headache medication that contains caffeine (such as Fioricet)

After using some or all of these techniques to help you achieve a better nights rest, you will soon see a marked improvement in your skin tone, your minds alertness and clarity as well as your weight loss journey. Having your sleep banks full also leads to a calmer and more positive outlook in life. Make the entire experience a journey of utter luxury as you enjoy all of the ancient ayurvedic sleep inducing indulgences we have in-store for you.

If you employ these strategies and still struggle with sleeping, please see a Functional Medicine practitioner who can determine whether things like food sensitivities, thyroid problems, menopause, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, heavy metal toxicity, stress and depression are interfering with your sleep. Consider getting tested for sleep disorders, if you suspect deeper issues like sleep apnea.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Understanding Stress, its Harmful Effects, and the Best Ways to Cope and de-stress

Have you ever wondered about stress and what it really is? Stress is defined as a reaction that disturbs our physical or mental balance. It is an ever-present part of life brought on by frustrations, deadlines and demands.

For many of us, stress is so ‘normal’ that it has become a way of life. Stress can damage your health, mood, relationships, and quality of life.

What does stress do to your body? 

Stress is your body’s response to any kind of demand or threat. So when you feel threatened, your nervous system responds by doing any or all of the following:

  • Releases a flood of stress hormones which rouse the body for emergency action. 
  • Your heart pounds faster, 
  • muscles tighten, 
  • blood pressure rises, 
  • breath quickens, 

Effects of ‘Stress Overload’

If you’re stressed over an argument, a traffic jam, or a mountain of bills, your body can misjudge the level of stress and react as if you’re facing a life-or-death situation and have the following effects:

  • raise blood pressure,
  • suppress the immune system,
  • increase the risk of serious illness, 
  • speed up the aging process etc. 

Here is a very quick list of signs and symptoms of stress overload. How many can you count that are familiar to you?
  • Unable to remember simple things
  • Constant worrying 
  • Moodiness 
  • Feeling overwhelmed 
  • Frequent colds
  • Aches and pains in the body
  • Sleeping too much or too little
  • Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)

We usually think of stressors or stress triggers as being negative, such as an exhausting work schedule or a rocky relationship. The truth is that anything that puts high demands on you or forces you to adjust can be stressful. This includes events such as getting married, buying a house, going to college, or even receiving a promotion.

How to positively manage stress 

  • Engage socially - The simple act of putting your phone away and simply talking face to face with another human being can reduce stress
  • Get moving - Physical activity plays a key role in managing stress. Walking, running, swimming, dancing, and aerobic classes are good choices to de-stress!
  • Holidays - time away from work and chores 
  • Switch off your phone - Yes, really! Your body needs a recharge too!  

Lifestyle changes also help deal with the symptoms of stress
You can also better cope with stress by strengthening your physical health.

  • Relaxation time. Yoga, meditation, and deep breathing activate the body’s relaxation response, a state of restfulness. 
  • Eat a healthy diet. Well-nourished bodies are better prepared to cope with stress. 
  • Get plenty of sleep. Feeling tired can increase. Keep your cool in stressful situations by getting a good night’s sleep.
  • Have ‘Me Time’ – Time spent in a spa with friends or even pampering yourself alone is never wasted. 

If you are super stressed, make time for a few hours per week at the spa, so you can have a foot rub, massage or even a head rub. This really helps in quickly relaxing and rejuvenating your system.

Spa Ceylon has produced an unique array of de-stressing and calming products infused with frankincense, kaffir lime, sandalwood, tangerines and aloe-vera for you to indulge in at home and office.

The Spa Ceylon Harmonizing Essence Mist is one of the authors’ personal favourites.  After a bath or shower, spray on lightly, all over your body, pillows and bed linen. The age old remedy of using frankincense to calm and destress goes back many millennia and is still used today to help the body find harmony and balance. The components of these precious ingredients are blended with the idea of bringing about complete wellness and a state of restfulness in body and mind.

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Soothing Pain Relievers - by Spa Ceylon

Soothing herbal compresses are a time-honoured healing therapy recommended in Ayurveda for effective relief from body pains, skin problems & dosha imbalances. Packed with goodness, warmed pouches containing Ayurveda herbs, plants, roots, and more, have been applied to sore, sprained or tired bodies for centuries. Classified as a Swedanam (Sanskrit for sweat therapy) in the Vedic texts, the herbal compress is both detoxifying & healing.

Specially selected therapeutic ingredients are tied tightly in natural cloth, steamed for a few minutes, then dipped in medicated herbal oils or massage balms & applied to the body. On application, the heat induces sweating, thereby helping to bring toxins to the surface of the skin. It follows then, that once the pores are open; skin absorbs the properties of the herbs for healing.

Herbal compresses have proven so popular over the centuries that the fame of this fast acting therapy has spread to other cultures too. Today, many South East Asian herbal health care practices rely on the herbal compress to relieve sore muscles and joint pains.  

Traditional Herbal Compress
Spa Ceylon offers a range of traditional herbal compresses in several sizes, designed to suit the individual dosha types and also offers a unique black sesame compress to soothe severe body aches. While smaller compresses are designed to be used for facial & forehead massage, medium sizes are recommended for scalp and foot massage, with the larger compresses designed for use in full body treatments, especially back & shoulder areas.

Heat Activate!
For best results place the Herbal Compress in a steamer for 15 minutes to heat activate ingredients. If time is an issue, spray on some water to moisten compress and pop it into your microwave for 30 seconds for fast-action heat therapy. Then apply a suitable treatment balm on areas to be treated & massage with Herbal Compress for 15 minutes. While compresses can be re-used upto 10 times, refrigerated storage is recommended after use.

Black Sesame Pain Reliever
This is great for soothing natural pain relief for muscular tension, stiffness, joint aches & pains.  The blend of Black Sesame, Lemongrass, Black Seed & Black Pepper contained in the compress helps treat inflammations & minor skin irritations while effectively calming & de-stressing body & mind.

Back Pain Reliever
Inspired by traditional herbal compress therapies, the therapeutic properties of this herb-filled back cushion help improve circulation to soothe severe lower back pain, joint swelling & tense muscles. It is packed with Wild Turmeric, Crepe Ginger, Calumba Wood, Nutmeg, Bitter Lime, Wild Rice & Camphor to calm your overall body system, promote your internal body balances & provide soothing comfort for back pains.    

Body Compress – Body Wrap
Another great pain reliever, the body compress can be wrapped on to treat different painful areas of the body. The heat activated herbal action helps improve circulation to soothe severe lower back pain, joint swelling & tense muscles, while also helping to comfort menstrual pains, relieve sports injuries & overcome general fatigue.

Sleep Therapy - Calming Eye Mask
A mild-heat activated eye compress filled with soothing Ayurveda herbs to create the perfect natural calming treatment to help reduce eye strain & soothe tired eyes, while just a drop of the calming blend of essential oils promotes deep restful sleep.  Pure Lavender helps take away daily stress & relax senses, while luxuriously fragrant Ylang Ylang calms & clarifies mind & body. Patchouli helps soothe & promote tranquility, while Orange & lemon work to balance the senses – all of these helping you to drift off to a deep, healthy snooze.

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Sensually Soothing Sandalwood

Renowned over the centuries for its’ fine oriental aroma & powerful therapeutic properties, precious Sandalwood was always a most sought after Ayurveda herb – from the great moghul empires of India to the Royal kingdoms of ancient Ceylon.

Throughout Asian history, Sandalwood has been widely used in perfumery, beauty care & powerful Ayurveda formulae.  Its’ rarity as well as its exotic sensual fragrance made Sandalwood mostly the preserve of aristocracy & royalty, with Sandalwood milks, baths, oils & potions being a mainstay of most Royal well-being rituals. Enjoyed both by women & men alike, palaces too were adorned with naturally fragrant sandalwood furniture & fragrant sandalwood fans.

Sandalwood in Ayurveda

A small evergreen tree with pinky-purple flowers, the heartwood & roots of the tree are the source of the heady, heavy & aromatic sandalwood essential oil – with the longest-lasting aroma of all essential oils.

It is the first choice for chronic bronchitis, soothing & hydrating the skin, with a possible rejuvenating effect. Overall, sandalwood is sensual, relaxing and uplifting. When used in massages and baths, sandalwood is cooling and calming, helping to prevent tense headaches and relieving insomnia.

Tonics made with potent Sandalwood powder are prescribed to be particularly beneficial for feminine health issues, as well as to correct Dosha imbalances.  Pastes of Sandalwood were also prescribed to soothe skin infections as well as purify the skin.

Sandalwood in Meditation

Sandalwood facilitates spiritual practice & has been used in incense as a meditation aid for centuries. It calms irritation born of frustration, stills the mind & opens you up to your spiritual potential. Sandalwood is associated with both the crown and base chakras, helping to balance & harmonize the chakras, thereby restoring equilibrium.

Mysore Sandalwood

Mysore Sandalwood grown in the semi-dry Mysore region of Karnataka, India, has been renowned over the centuries to be the world’s finest, with its’ rich characteristic aroma & potent therapeutic properties. Today, sustainably harvested Mysore Sandalwood is the world’s finest & most expensive – with sandalwood dust & essential oil retailing at over US$ 3,000 per kg.

Spa Ceylon Sandun - Sandalwood Range

Originally formulated to cater to their fastidious clientele in Saudi Arabia, Spa Ceylon’s new Sensual Sandalwood range is enriched with pure Sandalwood oil & fine Sandalwood powder sustainably harvested in the Mysore region of India.
Designed to suit all Dosha & skin types, this new range is also enriched with essential oil of earthy Ceylon Vetiver to deeply relax & promote tranquility, precious Patchouli to help de-stress & calm and pure Gingergrass to help comfort & uplift the senses,

Sandalwood  Soothing Body Mist

Capture the magic of sensual Sandalwood with richly fragrant Body Mist blended with herbs & essential oils to soothe & de-stress the body & mind, while soothing Witch Hazel cools, refreshes & protects the skin. For soothing refreshment, spray on all over hands & body, after bath or as required. This works as a great linen & pillow mist, as well as a natural room fragrance mist too!

Sandalwood Hand & Body Lotion

This light moisturizer with a blend of herbs & essential oils helps to soothe & de-stress the body & mind, capturing the magic of sensual Sandalwood & refreshing the skin. Virgin Coconut, Avocado, Honey & Sweet Almond Milk improve overall skin health & help nourish, hydrate, soften & protect. Works great as an overnight hand treatment too – making sure you wake up to soft & fragrant hands! 

Sandalwood Bath & Shower Gel

This mild soap-free non-drying body cleanser soothes & de-stresses the body & mind while cooling, calming & refreshing the senses.  Organic fresh Aloe Vera hydrates, while Virgin Coconut & Green Olive cleanse & nourish, improving overall health & well being. With a lingering fragrance that remains on your skin overnight, this is perfect for that soothing bath at the end of a long day.

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Ceylon Lemongrass – A Relaxing Aromatic Healer

Native to old Ceylon, Lemongrass is a powerful herb renowned in Ayurveda & traditional eastern medicines for myriad of naturally healing properties and has been used in many different forms.  Ayurveda sages believed Lemongrass possessed anti-fungal, insecticidal and antiseptic properties and was extensively used in Ayurveda to help revitalize and refresh the body.
The cooling effect of Lemongrass oil is beneficial for the body during hot weather and promotes the revival of both the mind and soul. Lemongrass oil possesses natural astringent and toning qualities which help in stimulating blood circulation and tones up the dermal tissues. It also helps in tightening, uplifting and firming the skin.
Since ancient times, Lemongrass is also believed to have been used in the grand palaces of ancient Ceylon as calming tonic, a protective balm and also as a refreshing aromatic elixir.

Relax the senses with Lemongrass
Lemongrass has been proven to be an excellent tonic for the nervous system. It stimulates the mind and helps in combating convulsions, nervousness, vertigo and various neuronal disorders.  Lemongrass is used in therapeutic baths, which assist in calming the nerves and help in alleviating the symptoms of anxiety and fatigue caused by stress.
Lemongrass aids in calming the muscles and nerves which helps in inducing deep sleep. Research has shown that lemongrass tea has sedative and hypnotic properties which help in increasing the duration and quality of sleep.
Respiratory Disorders: Lemongrass Balms 
Lemongrass is also widely used in Ayurveda medicine for its healing effects in treating coughs and colds. Along with other beneficial components, the vitamin C content present in lemongrass helps in providing relief from nasal blockages, flu and other respiratory disorders such as bronchial asthma.
Lemongrass Origins
Lemongrass also known as Cymbopogon citrates  is a herb which belongs to the grass family of Poaceae. It is well known and utilized for its distinct lemon flavor and citrusy aroma. Lemongrass is a tall, perennial grass which is native to Ceylon, South India and tropical Asia. In addition to its culinary usage, Lemongrass offers a wide array of medicinal benefits and is in extensive demand due to its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties across Asia.

Comfort Body Pains: Lemongrass Balms 
Lemongrass helps in alleviating the pain and discomfort caused by headaches and migraines due to its analgesic properties. The phyto-nutrients present in lemongrass improve the blood circulation and help in relieving spasms, muscle cramps, sprains, and back aches. Lemongrass is valuable in treating sports wounds, including dislocations, internal injuries and bruises.
Lemongrass for care of oily Skin 
Lemongrass has been treasured as a skin tonic and makes an effective cleanser for oily or acne-prone skin, due to its astringent and antiseptic qualities. It helps in strengthening the skin tissues and toning up the pores while also sterilizing them. Care should be taken while using lemongrass products, as the undiluted application might lead to dermal irritation in some cases.
Effective Insect Repellent
Lemongrass is used as a natural insect repellent and helps in preventing the occurrence of insect-borne diseases such as malaria, dengue and Lyme disease. Studies have provided supporting evidence regarding the anti-malarial and anti-protozoan properties of lemongrass, which makes lemongrass oil an effective ingredient in mosquito repellents.
Lemongrass to minimise body odor
Lemongrass is an effective natural deodorant due to its cleansing and anti-bacterial properties which help to combat unpleasant body & foot odor and prevent fungal and bacterial infections. It can also be added to foot baths to for sanitizing sore and odorous feet.
Natural Detoxification
Lemongrass helps in cleansing and flushing harmful toxic wastes out of the body, as a result of its diuretic properties. Detoxification helps in better regulation of various organs of the body and assisting in maintaining a clean system.

Lemongrass:  A Word of Caution
  • Undiluted or concentrated lemongrass oil should not be applied directly on the body as it may result in harmful reactions. It is always advisable to keep pure lemongrass oil out of the reach of children.
  •  It is strongly recommended to consult a health professional before considering lemongrass oil for therapeutic usage during pregnancy.

Friday, June 19, 2015

SAVE THE MAJESTIC CEYLON ELEPHANT - A Conservation Initiative By Spa Ceylon

The Majestic Ceylon Elephant is under threat of extinction over the long term, due to loss of its natural habitat – from smaller unplanned Chena cultivations as well as major agricultural & development projects. The resultant human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka is unfortunately taking a toll on the Elephant population while also affecting the livelihoods of families living adjacent to the traditional forest habitats of the Majestic Ceylon Elephant.

Therefore, as a special initiative, Spa Ceylon Luxury Ayurveda - Sri Lanka’s premiere Spa Lifestyle brand - has launched the Save the Majestic Ceylon Elephant campaign – to help raise awareness about the plight of the Ceylon Elephant & also to help fund conservation projects to safeguard the Majestic Ceylon Elephant.

To kick-off the campaign, Spa Ceylon has created an exclusive range of Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant themed Bath, Body & Home Aroma products with the Forest Trail aroma - a fresh & invigorating blend of fragrant essential oils inspired by the natural forest habitat of the Majestic Ceylon Elephant.  The aromatic Forest Trail blend is enriched with essential oils of Organic Lemongrass, Eucalyptus & Patchouli to help take away stress, pure Peppermint to cool & Spearmint to promote a sense of joy, while Cedarwood, Vetiver & Cardamom help uplift, refresh & invigorate. The formulae also include powerful ayurveda actives working in harmony to soothe, calm & relax your body, mind & soul.

The Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant range consists of nearly 50 items including Bath & Shower Gel, Hand & Body Lotion, Hand Wash, Bath Soak, Body Scrub, Hair Cleanser, Hair Conditioner, Home Fragrance Oil Blends, Elephant Shaped Cleansing Bars, Luxury Candles, Home Aroma Diffusers, Elephant shaped Aroma Incense, Safari Sets, Home Spa Sets, Aroma Greeting Cards, Aroma Stationary, Aroma Car Fresheners, Room Aroma Sachets & a collection of luxury gift sets with these formulae.

As a socially conscientious brand, Spa Ceylon proudly donates 10% of their turnover from the sale of the Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant range towards specific Elephant conservation projects. Projects currently supported include support of the Elephant Transit Home at Udawalawe National Park, exemplyfing Spa Ceylon’s belief that Elephants belong in the Wild. Support includes purchases of equipment for use by the Wildlife rangers such as tractors for carrying of food, and through ongoing “adoption” through financial support of Baby Elephants until they are old enough to be returned to the wild. Learn more about this support and the work of the Elephant Transit Home at 

Spa Ceylon invites socially conscious persons & wildlife activists to join their campaign to help Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant invites by purchasing these products & helping support the cause by becoming a fan at

The Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant products are now available at all Spa Ceylon locations island wide, at Duty Free in Colombo International Airport, as well as in international Spa Ceylon outlets in 9 countries. Find your nearest Spa Ceylon outlet at

Come join this unique campaign to help Save The Majestic Ceylon Elephant by purchasing this range of products. It’s wellness with a cause!  

Thursday, June 11, 2015

A Balm for every Season - by Spa Ceylon

Since time immemorial Asian well-being rituals have included the anointing of aromatic & medicinal balms for a myriad of purposes - from body pains to colds to coughs & even for relief from travel fatigue, poor health or just cold weather.

In the Indian subcontinent, balms infused with the goodness of powerful Ayurveda herbs & natural essential oils were a mainstay of day to day life in ancient times. In the Chinese regions the influence of traditional Chinese medicine gave way to powerful red coloured balms infused with pungent herbs native to that region.

Luckily for us, ancient Ayurveda pharmacopeia such as the “Charaka Samhitha” have carefully documented our traditional formulae to preserve them for the health & well-being of future generations.

Spa Ceylon Ayur Balms
The balm tradition lives on and even today, the use of Ayurveda balms is widespread in our regions. Inspired by the ancient manuscripts, Spa Ceylon’s Ayurveda balms are finely formulated only with 100% natural vegetal oils, purified bees wax, & certified organic essential oils – mostly extracted from herbs grown in Sri Lanka.

Peace - Soothing Balm
This powerful formula offers instant calming relief from migraine, headache, cold, chest congestion & sinus discomfort. Combines Cinnamon, Blackseed, Garden Mint, Clove & Citronella to soothe & calm the senses taking away daily stress, helping you find peace & tranquility.

Relax - Foot Relief Balm
Enriched with Peppermint, Lemongrass, Basil, Citronella & Camphor, this is a must have - for those with foot fatigue. Instantly cools, soothes & relieves tired, over-worked & swollen feet. Great for those long haul flights as it also helps soothe knee, calf & ankle stiffness.

Comfort - Relieving Balm
With the comforting aroma of fresh-cut lemongrass, this balm delivers fast action relief from muscular body pains, joint aches & sprains. Also enriched with Bergamot, Peppermint, Black Pepper & Eucalyptus, it also soothes soreness & muscle strain – great for the sporty types!  

Sleep - Calming Balm
This unique blend of Ylang Ylang, Lavender, Lemon & Patchouli works in synergy to help promote deep restful sleep. Best used at bed-time or when extremely tired or stressed, it instantly soothes, calms & relaxes your mind & body.  Gently inhale the aroma & apply finely on temples, behind ears & back of neck, then lie back & drift off!

Happy - Uplifting Balm
This unique feel-good balm is enriched with Orange, Lime, Spearmint, Rosemary & Patchouli to help refresh & invigorate the senses. Applied lightly on the temples, behind the ears & also lightly inhaled, it helps reduce anxiety, stress & discomfort, uplifting your mood & promoting positive energies.

Breathe – Traditional Inhaling Herbs
Taking you back to the era of snuff boxes & smelling salts, this traditional inhaler contains a special blend of dried therapeutic herbs infused with essential oils - to give your senses an instant wake-up! Deep inhale the herbal aromas directly from the jar, for quick relief from stress, headache, sinus & chest congestion.

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