The precious oil extracted from exquisite Bulgarian roses commands a labor-intensive production process, since harvesting of roses is done by hand before dawn, and extracting the oil is completed the same day. Known for its soothing yet stirring scent as well as its power to attract and retain moisture, Bulgarian rose oil rejuvenates the skin, melts away stress, and intensifies inner passion.
Rich in antioxidants, carrot seed oil helps detoxify and promote healing for a range of skin problems, while reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. High levels of natural sun protection factor provide external protection against environmental damage, while the sweet, earthy aroma inspires a sense of well-being.
Described as the “golden sun,” the Helichrysum flower produces an oil that has been used since Greek and Roman times as a wound healing miracle to help calm inflammation and regenerate skin. This soothing oil deeply moisturizes and nourishes dull, dry, and aging skin, while promoting the regeneration of skin cells. Its honey-like scent soothes mental unrest and enhances well-being.
Used as a cure-all healing herb since ancient Egyptian times, licorice root was included among the treasures in King Tut’s tomb. Licorice root provides a powerful source of brightening properties by helping inhibit melanin production.
Two thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Pliny wrote that mallow plants could cure all diseases. This calming plant possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to soothe rough, dry skin.
Two thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Pliny wrote that mint should be woven into a crown around the head in order to stimulate the mind and the soul. Energizing
peppermint extract helps improve tone and elasticity while providing antioxidant benefits.
The common name of this herb derives from 16th century England, when ashes of the plant were used for making glass. Known as “Precious National Treasure” in Japan, glasswort extract helps improve skin moisture, firmness, and elasticity.
The healing powers of this plant were noticed by monks during the Middle Ages, who planted chamomile next to an ailing plant to help it thrive. Rich in flavonoids, the soothing oil from the chamomile flower treats skin inflammation and itching while easing depression, stress, insomnia, and migraines.