SOL disperses essential oils with ultrasonic diffusion, a heat-less process that preserves the properties of your blends and oils. It also has an in-built ioniser that releases negative ions to purify the air.
It seems fitting to announce new products and specials in our first post of the new year! If one of your New Year’s Resolutions was switching to sulfate free hair care or helping your skin regain its balance, then you’re in luck.
If you didn’t make any resolutions (or not these 2), read on anyway!
At Echolife HQ we’re on a perpetual mission to expand our catalogue and bring you products you ask for. One such product was an aroma diffuser with a light that can be completely switched off – and we’re happy to say we found just the thing.
We now stock three new ultrasonic aroma diffusers from SafeFlame – they answer to the names Genie, Pyramid and Prim and not only do they preserve your essential oils’ and blends’ aromatherapeutic properties, they also ionise the air around you (how nice!).
If you’ve got a problem, these clever roller balls can help. They’re blended by the capable folks at Tisserand from organic and ethically harvested essential oils, to help you through everyday situations ranging from foggy brain (Head Clear), lack of concentration (Focus), trouble settling in for the night (Sweet Dreams) to that inevitable afternoon slump (Energise).
Because today, we’re in for a real treat: Miss Wellness WA devised a 3-part plan to tackle the stressful times ahead and is sharing it below. Let the tension-melting begin!
Lavender oil is best known for its calming and relaxing effect. Although it does a brilliant job at helping us relax and unwind (and even reduce anxiety if we are inclined to fidget), it’s somewhat short-changing this amazing oil not to mention its other powers.
The benefits of lavender are many and include analgesic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic and decongestant properties (amongst others) – it is truly an all-purpose oil that should be a staple in every home. It can be used for pain relief, to treat small burns and insect bites, it works a charm as a mosquito repellent, it’s especially wonderful as a treatment for dry, sensitive or oily skin, it can soothe bronchial cough and improve sleep quality. Not bad!
Sandalwood is one of the world’s most widely used essential oils. From fragrance in perfumes or body products to religious ceremonies, to incense and in traditional Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine, sandalwood’s deep earthy scent is an old favourite of ours, with many skin and health benefits.
Sandalwood has been a part of religious and traditional medicine for thousands of years. Sandalwood essential oil is rare and precious due to its lengthy and difficult production. It takes at least 30 years for a sandalwood tree to reach maturity. Through steam distillation, the mature roots produce a thick light yellow or brownish liquid with the familiar sweet woody and rich smell.