Ayurvedic Flower Power

Flowers are of great benefit in beauty treatments. That is why we introduced an entire range based on floral extracts, called Flower Power. The range is based on Ayurveda and consists of cleansers, toner, nourishing cream, mask, hair tonic, hair oil, face treatment cream, protective cream and so on. Apart from their specific properties, which help to nourish, protect and maintain natural beauty, flowers have a calming and relaxing effect on the mind. They provide an ideal defense against environmental stresses and mental stress. In modern cosmetic care, these two are the prime requisites for beauty. Thus, they are highly relevant to modern demands. Many beauty problems are triggered off by mental stress, like acne and hair loss. The essential oils of flowers help in such stress-related conditions, as their fragrances have a calming, relaxing and refreshing effect. Flowers have potent healing properties too.

We also offer aromatherapy massage in our clinics, where combinations of essential oils are used. Many of our formulations contain the essential oils of flowers too. Many varieties of flowers are used to extract essential oils. Some of these are rose, jasmine, lavender, camomile, marigold, lotus, orange flower (neroli), hibiscus.

medicineRose: The fragrance of the rose itself was used during the ancient times in the treatment of psychological problems, as it was regarded as an anti-depressant. It helps to calm the mind and induce relaxation. Rose tones the vascular system and has a soothing action. Due to this, it has been widely used for cosmetic purposes. It promotes blood circulation and removes toxins. It is also used in treatments of the skin around the eyes. The essential oil of rose is used for the treatment of many ailments by herbalists and in Ayurveda. Rose water is considered to be one of the best natural skin toners.

Jasmine: Is widely used in Asian countries. The essential oil was used in combination with pressed oils or lotions to massage the body. It was also used for psychological and psychosomatic problems during the ancient times. Jasmine is said to have a sedative effect and at the same time it has an uplifting effect on the mood and emotions. It was used to treat feminine disorders, like relieving uterine spasms or menstrual pain. Oil of jasmine helps to warm and relax the body and is therefore an ingredient in massage oils and creams. Like the rose, it is not at all toxic and is therefore a popular ingredient in cosmetic preparations. Used in the right amounts, it is said to be beneficial to dry and sensitive skin, specially when there is redness and itching.

Lavender: It is one of the most common and most favourite of ingredients in toilet waters and in skin tonics. It can be used in baths too. Lavender also blends well with most other ingredients. It is an extremely versatile ingredient. It is said to have a tonic and sedative action in cases of nervous tension, palpitations and even hysteria. It is said to lower blood pressure. During ancient times, it was used to treat problems like depression, migraine, insomnia and nervous tension. In skin-care preparations, it is used mainly as a skin or scalp toner. It is refreshing and relaxing. It is also suited to all skin types. It has a soothing action in cases of skin inflammation and skin eruptions, like pimples and acne. It is also used to soothe skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, scabies, etc. Lavender has several benefits and is used in many different kinds of ailments.

medicineOrange flower (Neroli): Neroli is extracted from the flowers of citrus vulgaris (bitter orange). It is used in the manufacture of eau de cologne. Like lavender, it also blends well with other essential oils. It has a calming effect on the mind and was used to relieve anxiety and nervous tension. It is an ingredient of toilet waters and skin toners. Like lavender, it is a non-irritant and is used in skin-care preparations. In fact, it is said to soothe and relieve skin irritation and redness. It is beneficial for dry skin and broken capillaries. Its most useful property in skin care formulations is its ability to remove dead epithelial cells and stimulate the cell regeneration process. Thus, it can help to delay the manifestation of ageing signs on the skin.

medicine Hibiscus: Known as 'javakusuma,' it has been widely used in India. It has been an ingredient in hair oils, because of its soothing and cooling action on the scalp. During ancient times, it was used to bring down fevers. It has a beneficial action in dandruff and itchy conditions of the scalp. Hibiscus helps to remove pore clogging and close the pores of the scalp due to its astringent action. It is also said to stimulate blood circulation to the scalp. In fact, it has excellent tonic properties. Hibiscus extracts have been included with extracts of brahmi, bhringaraj, amla, henna, to formulate products for hair care, like shampoos, oils, hair tonics, anti-dandruff preparations, conditioners and rinses.

medicineLotus: It has several medicinal properties, as it is anti-allergic and anti-spasmodic. It also has an astringent action and has been used in skin-care preparations. It helps to soothe sun damage and also protects the skin.

medicineCamomile: It is not a flower of the tropical regions, but its essential oil has been widely used in skin treatments. This is because it has an extremely soothing and curative effect on the skin. It has been used as a remedy for burns since the ancient times. It also has a healing action on inflammation, skin ulcers, boils and acne. It helps to soothe the skin in cases of dehydrated skin-sensitivity.


Marigold and Calendula: The essential oils of these have been used due to their therapeutic and tonic properties, as well as an astringent action. They are particularly useful in treating oily skin conditions and dandruff. They help to reduce oiliness from the skin surface and reduce enlarged pores.

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