The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - BODY & SOUL -


Aro­ma­chol­ogy is the sci­ence of how scents in­flu­ence well­be­ing and har­mony. For almost 40 years, Provence-based L’Oc­c­i­tane have been in­dus­try lead­ers in the use of es­sen­tial oils and plant ex­tracts in their face and body ranges. This sea­son they present two new aro­ma­chol­ogy body care lines, one to help you sleep, the other to wake you up feel­ing great. The re­lax­ing line in­cludes pil­low mist, mas­sage oil and body cream with a blend of five sooth­ing es­sen­tial oils to aid a peace­ful slum­ber. The in­vig­o­rat­ing rit­ual line has a scrub, shower gel and pulse point re­vi­tal­is­ing roll-on oil to perk up your morn­ings. In stores now, prices €10-€32.50.


Car­ing for chil­dren or ba­bies with su­per sen­si­tive or atopic skin is dif­fi­cult and choos­ing the right prod­ucts for cleans­ing and mois­tur­is­ing is a daunt­ing task. The UK’s Na­tional Eczema As­so­ci­a­tion gives its seal of ap­proval to prod­ucts they deem suit­able for use on sen­si­tive skin – their web­site fea­tures a list. One range, Weleda’s White Mal­low, is avail­able na­tion­wide in Ire­land. Their face cream, body lo­tion and nappy cream are suit­able for use on new­borns and older, in­clud­ing

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