Looking after the skin you’re in…

So part of my job (the really fun part) is getting to make some yummy products for use in skin care routines. Today I spent some time blending some Carrier Oils and creams for my Aromatherapy Class this weekend. We will be doing Aromatherapy Facial.

So how does an Aromatherapy facial differ from other facials?  ….. Well we will perform a Cleanse, Exfoliate, Mask and Moisturising treatment as many facials do, but here’s the really cool part … each product will be formulated on the day to suit the needs of the client. Products so unique, they can only be only used by you. We will blend for your skin type, your mood, any other physical symptoms or problem areas and since you choose the Aromas you like, you are bound to love them.

As Aromatherapists, we have lots of oils to choose from, not just essential oils but fixed oils from nuts and seeds, aromatic waters and occasionally we use clays, oats, herbal teas and fresh herbs.

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  • We cleanse the skin with soap free Cleanser
  • We exfoliate with Natural exfoliants
  • Our Mask is packed with hydrating nutritious ingredients
  • Our Moisturising treatment will leave your skin feeling smooth and silky soft

Throughout the facial, your uniquely chosen essential oils will enliven your senses and leave you feeling calm and relaxed.

By studying a Diploma course in Aromatherapy, we have covered many many hours learning what happens in the body. Anatomy & Physiology has become part of our psyche, not just in humans but in the plant kingdom. We have learned how to respect and honour Mother Natures gifts to us. We know about the safety issues around Essential oils, how they act in the body and we blend according to safety standards set out in our qualification.

Do you love Aromatherapy? 

Maybe you would like to try an Aromatherapy Facial sometime soon? 

Booking is by appointment only. You can use the contact page here to request a call back from me or simply phone me on 086 8185609.


2 Comments on “Looking after the skin you’re in…

  1. What a lovely article Michelle well written and your love of the subject threaded through it. Beautiful.


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