Monday, 18 November 2013

Quinnessence Aromatherapy Oil Review

Recently i was approached by the lovely people of Quinessence Aromatherapy and was asked if i would participate in a review for them. As i am doing a massage course at college i thought this would be really appropriate for me to do. The package arrived in a box filled with polystyrene chipping so it was really well packed and i opened it with such excitement.

They kindly sent me some Relaxing body oil, This is an oil with an almond base (not suitable for people suffering from nut allergies) and has the aromatherapy blends of Ylang Ylang, Chamomile Roman and Neroli These essential oils are certified organic and the mixture of the blends ensures you have a completely relaxing body oil.

When i first put this on my hands i was hit instantly with the lovely aroma of all the blends, and this aroma actually stayed on my hands and soaked in so i enjoyed the aroma for a while after application. I applied it as a massage oil to my client and i only used a small amount of oil as it seemed to go a long way. So the body oil is very much a good value for money. The oil left my hands feeling very soft and nourished

The website offers free delivery on purchases over £15 and they deliver within 3 -4 days in the UK, which is quite a fast delivery of packages.  The website offers a massive choice of essential oils and products like candles, you can even buy a starter kit and instructional DVD to get yourself started in Aromatherapy

Quinessence Aromatherapy started as a cottage industry in 1985 when Sue charles and Geoff lyth found it difficult to find good quality essential oils. Since then it has gone from strength to strength. They now deliver to over 65 countries worldwide and  has won many major awards.
 They also have a facebook page where you can keep up to date with the products, this can be found here

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