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What is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy can be defined as the ancient art and science of blending naturally extracted essential oils from aromatic plants, to balance, harmonise and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. Aromatherapy aims to enhance well-being, relieve stress and help in the rejuvenation and regeneration of the human body. It has been used throughout history in various forms of traditional medical practices throughoutthe world's greatest civilisations. Nowadays, Aromatherapy is widely accepted by orthodox and complementary practitioners as one of the most comprehensive of the natural therapies.

Extraction method

step 1 - Steam is created from boiling water
Step 2 – Passing through plant biomass, the steam breaks up the plant micro particles.
Step 3 – Separating the volatile from non-volatile organic compounds, both rise with the steam.
Step 4 – A condenser cools the steam, which is transformed back to water.
Step 5 – In a separator, the volatile principles (i.e. “essential oils”) rise to the top and are extracted. The remaining water contains non-volatile principles known as floral waters (i.e. “Hydrolat / Hydrosols”)

Essential Oil are useful for Personal products. Let Essential Oil mixup with product to contain subtle medicinal properties. ( Like Shampoo / Body Wash etc... )

Step 1. The fruit descends down the conveyor
Step 2. The Fruits oil sacs are pierced.
Step 3. The fruit is pressed with a hydraulic platform using high pressure
Step 4. Centrifuged to filter the solids from the liquids.
Step 5. The Emulsion is treated in a centrifuge where essential oil being lighter is separated from water/Juices. In a separator, the volatile principles (i.e. “essential oils”) rise to the top and are extracted. The remaining water contains known as juices waters .

Essential Oil are useful for Personal products. Let Essential Oil mixup with product to contain subtle medicinal properties. ( Like Shampoo / Body Wash etc... )

Essential Oils Used