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Aromtherapy for your dogAromatherapy

 

Available as an upgrade to any service with a hydro-oxy bath. A range of aroma therapy shampoos to relax and sooth your pooch. An invigorating hydro-oxy bath in natural occurring plant extracts with combinations of Lavender, Rosemary, Chamomile, Henna etc. For the pampered pooch. Perfect for relaxing with or arthritis, strained muscles and sensitive skin types

 

 

Aroma Upgrade Choices

 

  Lavender and Rosemary - Relaxing and Soothing Traditionally been used for centuries for their calming, relaxing and soothing properties. Their pleasant natural aromatic properties have also been used to repel insects.

Chamomile and Henna - Soothes Sensitive Skin Enriches Coat Probably the best, certainly in terms of conditioning ingredients, made for pets. Chamomile can be used for dry or sensitive skin and to relieve itching and Henna an ancient and traditional herbal treatment to enrich the animals coat and to highlight natural hair colours. So mild it can be used on cats, kittens and puppies.

Oatmeal - Dry, Itchy and Sensitive Skin Contains a natural oat grain derivative in a mild and gentle pH balanced coconut oil base. After each use microscopic oatmeal particles remain on the skin to discourage the flow of moisture out of the skin and encourage the flow of moisture into dehydrated skin helping restore natural skin oils. Contains Colloidal Oatmeal.

Old Friend - For Old Dogs with Arthritis, Muscular Aches and Rheumatism Contains: Lavender - a relaxing and uplifting oil is used for arthritis, anxiety, depression and rheumatism. Eucalyptus has been used by Australian Aboriginals for centuries for its natural antiseptic and healing properties. The unique fragrance also acts as a repellent to biting insects. Black Pepper. Pine used for centuries for rheumatism and stiff joints.

Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Neem Oil - Natural Repellent Tea Tree and Eucalyptus have been used by Australian Aboriginals for centuries for their natural antiseptic and healing properties. Their unique fragrance also acts as a repellent to biting insects. Neem Seed Oil is well known for its skin conditioning and repellent properties

Valerian and Neroli - Calms and Reduces Aggression Valerian has been used for centuries for a variety of complaints, especially where there is a need to reduce nervous tension, restlessness or aggression. Neroli or Orange Blossom has been traditionally used in stress related conditions to calm nervous apprehension and anxiety.

 

Aromatherapy - How does it work?

 

Aromatherapy is an ancient science, which has been used throughout history in the medical practices of the world's great civilisations. It evolved out of the herbalism of the middle ages, but in fact aromatic plants have been used in religious ceremonies and for medical purposes since the time of the Egyptians. Essential oils are the aromatherapist's tools of trade. They are pure essences extracted from the roots, flowers and leaves of plants and have their own unique properties based on complex chemical structures. Massage is the most effective medium of application for essential oils. They are diluted in a vegetable carrier oil before being used. The skin, the body's largest organ, absorbs them and then distributes them via the circulatory and lymphatic systems. Specific massage techniques for the face and body will be taught which combine shiatsu pressure points and lymphatic drainage. Other methods of application will also be discussed. This treatment is recognised by orthodox and complimentary health professionals to be one of the most beneficial natural therapies. Aromatherapy makes use of two of the senses, smell and touch; at its lowest level it is simply a pleasant experience, but the essential oils have medicinal uses, being anti microbial and anti viral, some rivaling antibiotic drugs in their effectiveness. Some essential oils are better for relieving stress related disorders, others stimulate or uplift, while other soothe and calm. The deep sense of relaxation which commonly results from aromatherapy treatments encourages a balancing effect on an emotional level, enabling the body to heal.

 

 

 

 

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