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The Benefit of an "Aroma"

Essential oils that are inhaled into the lungs are believed to offer both psychological and physical benefits; not only does the aroma of the natural essential oil stimulate the brain to trigger a reaction, but the natural constituents (naturally occurring chemicals) of the essential oil are drawn into the lungs and can also supply physical benefit.

Essential Oil

Essential Oils are naturally-occurring substances with an endless variety of uses. These aromatic concentrates are generally steam-distilled from a wide range of flowers, roots, leaves, barks, and resins, or cold-pressed from the rinds of citrus fruits. Essential oils contain hormones not unlike those of a human. For these reasons, natural essential oils form a synergistic bond with the human body.

Aroma Therapy

Has the scent of lavender ever made you sleepy? Does the aroma of warm apple pie bring back sweet memories of autumn afternoons in your grandmother's kitchen? If so, then you instinctively understand the basic principle of aromatherapy.

Does the aroma of baking bread or hot apple pie make you hungry? Perhaps on a subconscious level it takes you back to a time when your mother was baking for a holiday and at the same time a warm, secure feeling creeps its way into your being.

This is what aromatherapy is all about using an aroma to bring about a physiological, psychological, and emotional change. In its purest sense, aromatherapy is using natural essential oils to soothe, comfort, and calm.

What is Jelly-Pedi?

Jelly-Pedi is truly a unique spa experience.

Jelly-Pedi turns water into a luxurious encasing comfort, which provides the ultimate relief for stress and aching muscles.

Add Jelly-Pedi to warm water and it becomes a translucent, fluffy jelly, which will retain its heat up to four times longer than regular water.

What is in it?

Jelly-Pedi consists of two components.

The first component comprises a unique combination of natural powder ingredients which when added to hot water produces a gelatinous mixture. The second component, often found in the cupboards of the most kitchen, is made up of baking soda and mineral sea salts which dissolves the mixture and allows the contents of the tub to easily drain.

Who uses it?

Developed in Japan Jelly-Pedi is now available in America. Spas and nail salons all over the country are currently offering Jelly-Pedi to their customers. Jelly-Pedi is utilized as a pre-soak for pedicure, Manicure and bath.

Information coming soon...


Pearl Powder is a beauty and health secret used for 1000's of years in Asia. Authentic Pearl Powder contains 31% Calcium and 56% Protein as well as an assortment of amino acids. This is believed by some to be good for bone development, and to promote healthy, lustrous skin.

  1. Pearl Powder absorbs oils & Impurities.
  2. Pearl powder keeps skin clear & smooth, leaving it with a sheer radiant glow.
  3. Pearl powder filters the sun's rays.
  4. Pearl powder contains 20 amino acids.
  5. Pearl powder contains a natural moisturizer.
  6. Pearl powder contains proteins which can help renew skin cells.
  7. Ingredients
  8. Pearl Powder, Coconut Acyl Amino Acid Sylvite, Avocado Oil, White Sugar, White Mineral Oil, Isopropyl Palmitate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Fragrance, Cetyl Alcohol, Vitamin E oil

Chamomile has been used as popular herbal remedy for thousands of years to have deep calming effects emotionally and mentally. Its essential oils are perfect for a relaxing aroma therapy massage to soothe sensitive dry irritated skin. Antifungal agents in chamomile can help treat infected skin and reduce bacterial infection. Valuable oils are a more potent alternative than drinking tea as a relaxant to reduce muscular/joint pain, headaches and arthritis.