Saturday, 19 December 2015

Ayumi Naturals Tranquility Massage Oil | Review




Ayumi Naturals are a brand which I have only recently discovered and I can say I'm very glad I have. When I really looked into Ayumi I realised its a brand nothing like I've ever come across before. They combine the ancient holistic benefits of Ayurveda to nourish and protect the body from the harshness of modern living. Ayurveda means the science of life, a holistic system that focuses on health and well-being, in which we can use its beliefs to change all areas of our lives for the better. Everything we eat, apply to our skin and the lifestyle we lead affects the way we look and feel, which I totally agree with. If you want to read more about this you can head over to the Ayumi Naturals website.

All of the products from this brand have been researched thoroughly and ingredients have been chosen for their individual strengths and the experience they create. The product I tried was the Massage Oil in Tranquility, there are four to choose from including Sensual, Detox and Muscle. I chose the Tranquility as I love relaxing products. This oil is enriched with Sandalwood, Myrrh, Lavender and Frankincense which create the most amazing scent, really relaxing and soothing.

This oil has many uses, you don't just have to use it for massages, although it does work great for that! I've used this in the bath as a bath oil which is perfect for an evening bath to relax your mind before bed. It makes the room smell great and gives your skin extra moisture while you soak. You can also use this as a body moisturiser, either apply to dry skin whenever or even wet skin after bathing or showering and your skin will be left looking amazing and feeling super soft, believe me this really works!

Using this product has left me really wanting to try more from Ayumi naturals! I'm eyeing up the hair oils on their website as we speak! Have you tried anything form Ayumi Naturals before? x

 
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