The Secrets of New Zealand’s Essential Oils
New Zealand is one of the world’s leading producers and exporters of essential oils made in New Zealand itself is well known for its vast array of beautiful natural scenery and unique culture. One of the most popular types of these oils is Mahanarayan oil, which has a unique leathery, woody smell and texture that are found only in New Zealand. It is made using the Oji plumeria extract and it makes a very distinctive fragrance.
The Mahanarayan oil is a member of the Citrus Family of oils and is made by heating the essential oils to 60 degrees Celsius in order to make the oils into liquid and then filtering them through a cold filter paper. This method makes the oils much less volatile than the other essential oils and therefore has a gentler effect on your body and skin. Many companies that produce these types of oils also offer a non-violent version of their products to be used in place of the regular Vitamin A that many sunscreens and perfumes use. This non-violent version of the oil can be used instead of the regular Vitamin A as it does not cause sun sensitivity when used during the day or at night. It is also an excellent alternative for babies who are sensitive to Vitamin A.
If you are looking for an aromatherapy experience that is out of this world you will not want to leave New Zealand to visit one of the many New Zealand spa resorts where you can indulge yourself in the aromatherapy experience with one of the hundreds of different types of aromatherapy oils available. You can soak in a hot Jacuzzi, receive a massage or have a relaxing facial. The essential oils that are used will help to relax you as well as invigorate your senses. You will feel like you are on top of the world and might even get a special gift from your massage therapist or resort!