Monday, November 20, 2006

Camellia Oil - special properties

Organic Camellia oil is harvested and cold pressed from the seeds of the Camellia plant, and is a light and non-greasy oil known for centuries in the East for its rejuvenating and skin-nurturing properties.

It is a wonderful oil said to smoothen and brighten skin, prevent wrinkles and dryness, and is highly protective. Reputed to be the Japanese Geishas' best-kept secret for lovely unblemished skin, Camellia oil is highly valued for its anti-ageing and anti-oxidant properties.

The new Organic Camellia oil in the Lemon Myrtle Essentials range is available with a special massage blend of organic Lemon Myrtle essential oil and Fragonia essential oil.

The organic camellia massage blend
1 is a lovely way to enhance your massage, with the lemon myrtle essential oil to calm and uplift, and the fragonia to bring peaceful dreams.
2 can be rubbed onto the skin fresh after a shower or bath, to moisturise and soften your skin.
3 can be added to the Lemon Myrtle Essentials Organic Self Foaming Liquid Soap to enhance the moisturising properties of this luxuriously lathering mild soap
4 can be added to your Lemon Myrtle Luxurious Gel Lotion to make it richer
5 can have a few drops more of your favourite essential oils blended in.

Customer comments on the Organic Camellia Massage Oil with Lemon Myrtle & Fragonia:
Due to an ankle injury years ago, I need to have my calf and leg muscles massaged regularly, so I go through a lot of massage oil. I was recently introduced to the Lemon Myrtle Essentials organic massage oil with Lemon Myrtle & Fragonia. I LOVE it!! It is miraculous! It has a perfect consistency unlike other oils I've used. And I love the scent too! David Witts, Artist & Photographer

It's very balancing and calming because of the Lemon Myrtle and Fragonia essential oils, and has a lovely subtle scent unlike some other massage oils. I like the consistency too, it's not too heavy or too light, so it's great for massage. If a massage oil is too heavy, one has to wipe some off the skin while massaging, and if too light, one has to keep applying a lot of oil. But this Lemon Myrtle & Fragonia Massage oil is just right. Howard Evans, Masseur and Teacher of Massage.