Spa at home

> Blend es­sen­tial oils to cre­ate an am­bi­ence un­like any other

The Sun (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY -

cre­ate a unique scent.

“You need to first de­cide what you need (the scent) to do for you and how you’d use it. For ex­am­ple, a com­bi­na­tion of Vanilla and San­dal­wood cre­ates a soft but deeply ground­ing scent suit­able for a re­laxed en­vi­ron­ment, and Berg­amot’s bright cit­rusy notes adds an up­lift­ing mood to any room it is in.

“Some blends may have spe­cific uses for ail­ments, for ex­am­ple Eu­ca­lyp­tus and Rose­mary which is good for men­tal clar­ity and re­lief from headaches. There is no real right or wrong when it comes to cre­at­ing your own scent as it re­ally is very per­sonal,” Gan said.

Mt Sap­ola car­ries a wide as­sort­ment of aro­mather­apy ac­ces­sories such as can­dle hold­ers and elec­tric burn­ers made from ceramic, ter­ra­cotta, sand­stone and bone china. They also have a range of beau­ti­ful dif­fusers and neb­u­lis­ers made from glass, wood and ceramic that add style and class to any room in the home.

Mt Sap­ola’s prod­ucts are cre­ated us­ing the finest botan­i­cal in­gre­di­ents and 100% pure es­sen­tial oils. The task of procur­ing th­ese es­sen­tial oils is taken very se­ri­ously by Gan, who per­son­ally vis­its plan­ta­tions and dis­til­leries, mon­i­tor­ing har­vest qual­ity and hand­pick­ing the best oils.

The Home Scents range is part of Mt Sap­ola’s wide cat­a­logue of aro­mather­apy prod­ucts which in­clude es­sen­tial oils, body, hair and skin care, as well as ac­ces­sories for the home.

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Mt Sap­ola Home Scents.

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