Petal Pushers

Flowers of any kind have an uncanny ability to lift my spirits. I can't help but smile when I get a whiff of fragrant blooms. These sweet petals hold much greater beauty power within and when incorporated in spa treatments. While there is no denying that aromatherapy offers its own form of stress relief, many spas and brands are digging deeper to put these flowers' less publicized attributes to work. Here's a few more products that rely on fragrant flowers for beauty benefits that are worthy noting:

  • Amarte Aqua Veil Pure Hydration Serum: Infused with early purple orchid, English ivy, lily, and mallow, this lightweight serum optimizes the skin's ability to absorb and retain moisture. www.amarteskincare.com
  • HollyBeth Organics Skincare Geranium Jasmine Lavender Body Lotion: Formulated with jasmine and lavender oils, this body lotion helps improve skin texture. www.hollybethorganics.com
  • John Masters Organics Lavender, Rose Geranium & Ylang Ylang Soap: Enriched with lavender, rose geranium, and ylang ylang oils, this soap cleanses the skin, leaving it soft and luminous. www.johnmasters.com
  • SpaRitual Infinitely Loving Fragrant Mist: This Chinese jasmine mist distributed by Universal Companies hydrates and protects the skin while organic lavender oil helps relieve mental and physical exhaustion. www.universalcompanies.com

For more on the bouquet of benefits these blooms hold, check out Flower Power from our August issue.

 

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