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Eden Breeze

Eden Breeze
Floral scents have a long history often associated with romance. Its captivating aroma has been used for many purposes. Cleopatra famously seduced Marc Anthony with a feminine floral scent. Eden Breeze is our interpretation of an alluring, light floral blend made for a wonderful pampering moment. 

Rose

rose
Roses are known to be one of the more expensive flowers. Not just for its beauty, the scent captivates the mind like no other flower. It has been the symbol of love for many centuries. It takes up to 5000 kg of rose to make 1 kilogram of rose essential oil by distillation process. To no surprise, pure rose essential oil is one of the most expensive natural ingredient in the world today.  
In aromatherapy uses, Rose Essential Oil reportedly stimulate the brain to release endorphins or “feel good” hormones thus reducing anxiety and depression. It is also known to alleviate menopausal symptoms and menstrual cramps.
On skin, Rose Essential Oil has been used for hydrating dry skin, soothing inflammation, clearing acne, reducing signs of aging, minimizing the appearance of scars, and help with conditions such as eczema and rosacea.

Jasmine

jasmine
Cultivated for thousands of years, Jasmine comes from the Arabic word "Yasmin" which means fragrant flower. From tea to traditional medicine for eye and skin diseases, it has many uses today.  In Thailand, it is also known as a symbol of mother’s love. Thus, it is often gifted to mothers on August 12th which is the country's Mother's Day. Also known as “Queen of the Night”, Jasmine flowers bloom only at night, adding to its mystique and allure.

In aromatherapy uses, Jasmine is known to be an antidepressant, antiseptic and aphrodisiac. Its ability to improve moods can be attributed to the fact that it triggers the release of hormones such as serotonin. Used extensively in Indian weddings not only for its beauty, the scent is believed to stimulate the human brain and making individuals more attune to sexual cues.

Used on skin, Jasmine essential oil is known to get rid of dark spots and unevenness. It also helps lighten acne scars over time, revealing healthy, radiant skin. Due to its hormone-balancing attributes, it can also be used to balance either dryness or oiliness both on the face and scalp. In fact, it is often used in hair care to improve dryness that causes dandruff while antiseptic properties eliminate any bad bacteria from the scalp.