floral oil

floral oil

Pseudomedicine
An oil distilled or extracted from geraniums, jasmines, roses and other flowers, which is used in aromatherapy; floral oils are believed by aromatherapists to relieve stress.
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On the de GRISOGONO catwalk, elegant feminine silhouettes featured 16 monochrome Gyunel outfits made of silk and lace gowns highlighted with the designer's exclusive floral oil paintings.
There is overlap in floral oil reward plant species used by C.
Many female Centris species are highly specialized collectors of floral oils, which they use to provision their brood and/or in the construction of their nest cells (Simpson et al.
WHAT WE DID We gave this tray - pounds 3 at a car boot sale - a makeover with a floral oil cloth.
The new Spring 2003 catalog features fashions designed by Jane Seymour influenced by her travels and family-oriented lifestyle, as well as inspiration from her floral oil paintings and watercolors.
Dahliana includes Wildflower essences to give one's skin instant radiance with five floral oils including Camellia that deeply heal and hydrate your skin.
Floral oils rejuvenate the skin, eliminate waste matter and facilitate the regeneration of new, healthy cells.
Absorption of floral oils can stimulate the oxygen in the bloodstream, boosting the immune system and soothing respiratory problems and fatigue.