All our herbal cosmetics deeply nourish and rejuvenate the skin. They promote a long lasting healthy look of the skin and do not contain parabens, mineral oils, petrolatums, PEGs, PPGs, MEA, DEA, TEA, phthalates, silicones and sulfates. Also, our products do not contain synthetic fragrances and dyes. Despite their pure composition, the effectiveness of their organic ingredients guarantees the aesthetic effect of a beautiful and glowing skin.

“Prevention is better than cure”
Hippocrates (460 BC-360 BC)

Naturopathy is mainly based on a standard for the prevention and promotion of well-being, respecting the body’s natural self-healing processes which are encouraged through the integration of a wide range of complementary methods, such as herbal medicine, nutrition, flower remedies, iridology, etc.

• The healing power of nature
Naturopaths recognize an innate ability of the body to heal itself. The role of the naturopath is to identify and remove barriers to facilitate and enhance this self-healing process.

• Determining the cause
In naturopathy, the removal of the underlying causes of a disorder is sought, despite the elimination or suppression of the symptoms.

• Don’t hurt yourself first
In naturopathy, methods are used to minimize the harmful side effects, using mild methods of well-being with respect to the body’s self-healing process.

• The naturopath as a teacher
The primary role of naturopathy is to educate and encourage individuals to take responsibility for their own health by adopting positive changes in their daily lives.

• Holistic care
It is recognized that overall health includes a person’s physical, mental and emotional state, which is influenced by genetic, environmental, social, spiritual and other factors. The pursuit of personal, spiritual development is encouraged.

• Prevention
Emphasis is placed on disease prevention, which is the assessment of risk factors, heredity, susceptibility to diseases and the implementation of appropriate interventions in cooperation with the purpose of prevention.

1. Baths: Essential oils can be used in the bathroom to relieve muscle pain, improve sleep, psychology, etc. Add 5 – 10 drops of the appropriate essential oil, depending on the result you seek.

2.  Patches – Compresses: Apply cold or hot, depending on the purpose of their use. Warm pads are relaxing and reduce muscle contractions, while cold pads are suitable for infections, headaches, fever and edema.

To apply them, pour 4 – 6 drops in half a liter of water.

Adding to oils and base creams: Depending on the case, we can add a few drops of essential oils to oils and base creams (such as almond oil or beeswax) for therapeutic or cosmetic use.

3.  Massage: Massage is the most common way to apply essential oils. With aromatherapy massage, the properties of essential oils are utilized in the most efficient way.

4.  Dry inhalation method: Pour 6 – 10 drops of essential oil on a handkerchief and inhale deeply, keeping it close to the nose. Essential oil diffusion device: The evaporator is a simple and at the same time very useful device, as the effect of the perfume on the space of a room is discreet, but important. Add 2 to 5 drops to the device for rejuvenation, relaxation or stimulation of the mind and emotional relief.

5.  Foot baths: Foot baths are an easy, quick and very relaxing method at the end of a tiring day. 6-10 drops of essential oil are added to each foot bath.

Just as when we visit the gym and see the results of our efforts after a while, so with the natural methods of treatment, the result is gradually perceived.

Activation of the natural mechanism of the skin becomes gentle and makes the result more lasting.

A proper and personalized program of massage, herbal medicine, nutrition, etc. will offer the best and longest lasting effect on the face and body, while contributing to mental well-being.

Nature’s way is slower, but it builds a lasting effect. With respect to our body and the results it can offer us from the inside out.