Scent of the Month – September – Royal Lotus

Royal Lotus is also known as Indian lotus, sacred lotus or pink lotus. This is an aquatic plant with large leaves that grow on the water’s surface and has pink, fragrant flowers with a yellow centre and white sepals. This beautiful plant has been cultivated for thousands of years for its cultural and ornamental values […]

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Scent of the Month – July – Lavender

The whole of a lavender plant is aromatic and has a long tradition in folk medicine. It is regarded as one of the most versatile essences therapeutically. Lavender can be found nearly every one of our products ranges, including our Mummies and Kid’s.  

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Scent of the month – June – Frangipani

Frangipani flowers each have five waxy petals and are most fragrant at night. These flowers are used symbolically, spiritually and as ritual offerings throughout the world. Frangipani absolute has a thick, treacle consistency at room temperature.

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Scent of the month – April – Lemongrass

Lemongrass is at the heart of our company and our bestselling fragrance. We produce its essential oil through steam distillation of the fresh and partially dried leaves. It’s used in traditional Indian medicine, as a food flavouring and in many cosmetic products. We love its fresh, citrus scent!  

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Scent of the month – October – Virgin Coconut

Coconut trees conjure up images of sun, sea and sand. Our virgin coconut essential oil is unrefined to ensure the fresh coconut flesh maintains its incredible fragrance during the extraction process. Our body cream is a customer favourite and transports you right back on holiday when applied.  

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February – Scent of The Month – Blue Chamomile

Scent of the Month – Blue Chamomile We are frequently asked why are our chamomile products blue? Here’s why… Our Blue Chamomile, also known as German chamomile, essential oil is extracted from the flower heads through stream distillation. The inky blue viscous liquid produced is due to the higher amount of azulene present compared to […]

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