Aromatherapy effect for your emotional well-being
Backgrounds for aromatherapy
Already ancient civilizations, such as in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt have successfully used the aromatic essences.
And the ancient Greeks already knew that the best recipe for well-being is to integrate essential oils in body treatments. Roman culture loved to bathe in fragrant essential oils. Even Emperor Nero had an elaborate system of pipes, which ran through his palace underground and provided a wonderful climate in each room.
In 1928, the French chemist René-Maurice Gattefosse worked for the first time with essences and invented the term aromatherapy. In numerous self-experiments, he researched the healing effects of scent on his own body. He was particularly interested in the antibacterial effects of certain ethereal essence.
In the 1950´s Marguerite Maury, a french cosmetics teacher developed all the work of Gattefosse.
In the late 1970s, the topic aromatherapy gained new meaning and all the earlier work of Gattefosse and Maury were “rediscovered”.
The English alternative therapiest Robert Tisserand justified the today´s Aromatherapy, also known as Osmotherapy (osmé: Greek = scent.).
The in 1985 published best-selling novel “Perfume” by Patrick Süskind popularized the topic fragrances completely.
What are essential oils at all?
Essential oils are quickly evaporating liquids whose molecules we can inhale quickly. The inhalation of these tiny fragrance particles dissolve in our brain emotions, just as they also may have an impact on our physical body. The soothing scents of essential oils have a harmonizing, a stimulating or a calming effect (depending on the type of oil used) on us and they influence our mood directly.
They easily create a positive physical and mental well-being and are able to alleviate various diseases and discomfort in a very gentle way.
Pure Joy with Aroma Gel-Filter
The Gel-Filter for the Aroma SPA Shower Head have been developed through years of research in the field of dermatology and include natural, concerted substances and skin-nourishing ingredients such as
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Distilled Water, Natural oil, Dextrin, Pectin, Arabic Gum. When showering the gel filters emanates a delicate lemon scent that neutralizes all unpleasant odors. Bacteria and other contaminants have no chance.
This makes the shower head also the ideal travel partner in foreign countries, where water quality is not always equivalent to the level of the own country (e.g. Spain, Italy, Africa, India, etc.). The effect of this aromatherapy spa shower in addition gives a sense of well being and relaxation.
Simply gorgeous. The pure Joy of AROMA.