For millions of guests who come to Hawaii, one of the first scents to greet them is the Tuberose. It often accompanies ti leaf or varying lei designs. Its fragrant impact is second only to the rush of humid air that hits immediately after stepping off the airplane. The tuberose is a favorite of lei makers. Often it is used in weddings and special occasions.
It's only natural that the essential oils derived from flowers, leaves, and plants from Hawaii and the South Pacific would be unique. Add in the "aloha" of the islands and you have... Alohatherapy.
These Alohatherapy Hawaiian fruit & flower oils are cosmetic-grade fragrances, well suited for body & skin care in a base of pure sweet almond oil and jojoba oil.
From the ancient Egyptians, to the exotic Far East, to locales including Mesopotamia, Greece, Babylon, Rome and Africa, aromatherapy has been in use in one form or another throughout their long histories.
The basic principle of Aromatherapy is to strengthen the self-healing processes by indirect stimulation of the immune system. Essential oils use varies, ranging from deep and penetrating therapeutic uses to the extreme subtlety of a unique fragrance. No two people are affected by the same essential oil in exactly the same way.
1/3 oz. glass bottle
Not recommended for internal use.
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