Featured Product: Tangerine Whipped Shea Butter

Our Triple Goddess Tangerine Whipped Shea Butter is scented with pure Tangerine Essential Oil. It is handcrafted, 100% Natural, with No Chemicals Added. We use only the finest pure refined Shea Butter in our Whipped Shea Butters.

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Our process for making our Tangerine Whipped Shea Butter includes whipping it to the consistency of a light whipped frosting.

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You’ll love how it melts into your skin adding extra moisture and nutrients to your body care regime.

Our Whipped Shea Butters are also available wholesale to retail shops, spas, salons and massage therapists.

All orders over $25 get a Free Gift with Purchase!

Aromatherapy Body Lotions

All orders over $25 get a Free Gift with Purchase! Our current Free Gift with Purchase is a 4 Oz. bottle of Aromatherapy Body Lotion of our choice to compliment your order.

Our natural aromatherapy, bath and body, and spa at home products have been created to relieve anxiety, stress, tension and pain; promote natural healing, provide relaxation and enhance intent by utilizing the benefits of aromatherapy to open up the pathways of consciousness, allowing abundance and well being to flow into the body, mind and soul. All of our natural aromatherapy products are paraben free, environmentally friendly and cruelty free! Relax, renew, enjoy!

With Salt Scrubs, Natural Is Better

Natural Aromatherapy Salt Scrubs

Via Salaria Salt Scrubs

With Salt Scrubs, natural is always better. The more chemicals you add to your skin, the less benefit you receive from the product.

While there are many products that need preservatives to prolong their shelf life, at Of The Goddess Ltd., we believe in using a few chemicals are possible and at least 70% of our products are 100% natural.

Our Aromatherapy, Via Salaria Salt Scrubs are 100% Natural, made with Safflower Oil, Mediteranean & Pacific Ocean Sea Salts and scented with pure therapeutic grade Essential Oils.

Our Via Salaria Spa line is a Roman/Latin inspired line that utilizes the Latin name for the ancient road used to carry salt to Rome – Via Salaria, which means The Salt Way.

Via Salaria Salt Scrubs are 100% Natural Salt Scrubs. Other companies use lower grade carrier oils (vegetable oils), such as Castor and Soy, and preservatives. This line inspired by the Romans uses the ancient Alchemical Symbol for Salt in it’s logo.

Shea Butter Facts

Shea Butter comes from the large brown seed of the fruit of the Shea tree, also known as the Karite tree. Karite or Shea trees are grown throughout West Africa. Shea butter is rich in Vitamins A, E & F and used primarily in skin care, lotions and creams, cosmetics and soaps.

Shea Butter provides an effective barrier against damage caused to skin by sun, wind and cold weather. The moisture provided by Shea Butter allows dry skin to heal and retain it’s elasticity.

You’ll notice the difference in your skin immediately and subsequent use will show daily improvement in your skin’s health and tone. Shea Butter will also help to prevent stretch marks and improve the condition of present stretch marks.

We recommend using Shea Butter products for: Dry skin; dark spots, blemishes & skin discoloration, scars, wrinkles & stretch marks; sun protection, arthritis symptoms, muscle aches & pains, relaxation & stiffness.

May also be used for massage.

Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood – Atlas Essential Oil Description:

Latin name: Cedrus atlantica. Family name: Pinaceae. There are several varieties of cedar; the Atlas Cedar is perhaps the most beneficial for aromatherapy. The oil is distilled from the wood and imported primarily from Morocco & Algeria, North Africa.

Characteristics: Cedarwood has a woody aroma. It blends well with: bergamot, clary sage, cypress, frankincense, jasmine, juniper, mimosa, neroli, oakmoss, rose, rosemary, vetiver and ylang ylang.

Extraction Method: Steam distillation of of wood and shavings.

Cedarwood – Atlas Essential Oil Cautions:
Safety Data: non toxic, non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy.

Cedarwood – Atlas Essential Oil Use and Applications:
Circulation, muscles, and joints: May be used in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatism.
Genito/urinary tract: May be used in the treatment of cystitis and thrush. Stimulates the production urine and menstrual blood.
Emotions/mind and nervous system: nervous tension and stress.
Respiratory and immune system: May be used for flu, bronchitis, catarrh, respiratory disorders.
Skin/Hair Care: May be used for acne, dermatitis, eczema, cellulite, fungal infections. Cedarwood normalizes both dry and oily skin and hair; in hair care it is used to treat dandruff and hair loss. Use for skin eruptions and ulcers. Cedarwood is an insect repellent.
Recommended Use for: arthritis, muscle aches and pains, poor circulation, poor muscle tone, sprains, stiffness; colic, constipation, heartburn, nausea; colds, flus and viruses.
Actions: Antiseptic, antiputrescent, antiseborrheic, aphrodisiac, astringent, diuretic, expectorant, fungicidal, mucolytic, sedative (nervous), stimulant (circulatory), tonic.
Folk Tradition: Popularly used in perfumes, particularly men’s fragrances. Cedarwood oil has been used in the East for bronchial and urinary infections. It is traditionally used as temple incense by the Tibetans.

Sources for above information:

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, 1995
The Art of Aromatherpy by Robert Tisserand, 1977
375 Essential Oils and Hydrosols by Jeanne Rose, 1999

Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black Pepper Essential Oil Description:

Latin name: Latin name: Piper nigrum. Family: Piperaceae. It is distilled from the black peppercorns and imported from Madagascar and Sri Lanka. Pepper, one of the most ancient spices, was mentioned in Chinese and Sanskrit texts thousands of years ago.

Characteristics: Black Pepper has a warm, peppery aroma. It is a middle note in perfumery. Blends well with other spices, citrus oils, frankincense, geranium, jasmine, lavender, marjoram, rose, rosemary, sandalwood and ylang-ylang.

Extraction Method: Steam distillation of dried, crushed peppercorns.

Black Pepper Essential Oil Cautions:
Safety Data: Black Pepper may irritate the skin. Use ½ recommended dilution or less.

Black Pepper Essential Oil Use and Applications:
Circulation, muscles, and joints: improves circulation, relieves muscular aches and pains. Use for arthritis, anemia, rheumatism, sprains, stiffness, neuralgia, and poor muscle tone.

Digestive System: May be used to aid digestion, improves appetite, relieves constipation. Used for colic, diarrhea, flatulence, heartburn, indigestion, loss of appetite and nausea.

Emotions/mind and nervous system: Black Pepper clears the head, improves memory, raises spirits, helps to clear emotional blockages, for apathy, and mental exhaustion. Helps with endurance and with combating compulsions.

Respiratory and immune system: antispasmodic. May be used for colds, coughs, catarrh, flu, infections and viruses.

Recommended Use for: arthritis, muscle aches and pains, poor circulation, poor muscle tone, sprains, stiffness; colic, constipation, heartburn, nausea; colds, flus and viruses.

Actions: Analgesic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, aperitif, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, stimulant (nervous, circulatory, digestive), stomachic and tonic.

Folk Tradition: Popularly used in perfumes. The ancient Greeks used Black Pepper to treat fevers. It has been widely used for medicinal purposes in the East for over 4000 years.

Sources for above information:

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, 1995
The Art of Aromatherpy by Robert Tisserand, 1977
375 Essential Oils and Hydrosols by Jeanne Rose, 1999

Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot Essential Oil Description:

Latin name: Citrus bergamia. Family name: Rutaceae. Bergamot essential oil is cold pressed from the fruit peel and is imported from Italy.

Characteristics: Bergamot has a sweet & fruity scent. It is a middle and top not in perfumery. It blends well with: citrus oils, angelica, basil, cedarwood, chamomile, clary sage, coriander, cypress, elemi, frankincense, geranium, ginger, jasmine, juniper, lavender, neroli, oakmoss, rose, sandalwood, and vetivert. Substitutions: Mandarin, Orange and Tangerine.

Extraction Method: Cold expression of the fruit peel.

Bergamot Essential Oil Cautions:
Safety Data: Bergamot can be Phototoxic. In the presence of ultraviolet light, it can cause severe skin reactions. The maximum percentage for safe use is 0.4% (4 drops to 50 ml carrier oil). Higher concentrations can be used, if the skin is not exposed to sunlight for at least 12 hours after use. Bergaptene is the constituent which increases the skin’s sensitivity to sunlight. A bergaptene free oil is available and known as Bergamot FCF. Only Bergamot FCF should be used for skin care.

Basil Essential Oil Use and Applications:

Digestive: improves appetite, flatulence. Emotions and nervous system: anti-depressant. Use for balancing the nervous system, relieving anxiety and stress-related conditions; for restful sleep, uplifting, refreshing and encouraging. Bergamot can help ease grief and sadness, increase mental alertness and correct emotional imbalances. Use to relieve helplessness, hopelessness, emptiness and grief.
Genito/urinary: May be used for cystitis, candida, leucorrhea, pruritis and thrush.
Respiratory and immune system: May be used for halitosis, mouth infections, colds, fever, flu, laryngitis, sore throat, tonsillitis and infectious diseases.
Skin/Hair Care: May be used for cold sores, psoriasis, scabies, itching, eczema, acne, spots, boils, varicose ulcers, and wounds. Helps in healing wounds and scars. Bergamot repels insects and soothes insects bites. It is an Antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and astringent. Good for oily skin.
Actions: Analgesic, anthelmintic, antidepressant, antiseptic (pulmonary, genito-urinary), antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative, digestive, diuretic, deodorant, febrifuge, laxative, parasiticide, rubefacient, stimulant, stomachic, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary.

Sources for above information:
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, 1995
The Art of Aromatherpy by Robert Tisserand, 1977
375 Essential Oils and Hydrosols by Jeanne Rose, 1999

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Our Bath & Body Basics are on sale through June 27. Shop now and save on our exclusive natural aromatherapy, bath & body and spa at home products all scented with pure therapeutic grade essential oils.

Featured product:

Aromatherapy Mineral Bath Salts

Our Aromatherapy Bath Soaks are 100% Natural Mineral Bath (sea salts & epsom salt) soaks scented with pure therapeutic grade essential oils. There are no chemical preservatives or fragrance oils used in any of our Soaks.

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Aromatherapy Of The Goddes

Our natural aromatherapy, bath and body, massage and spa at home products have been created to relieve stress, tension and pain, promote natural healing, provide relaxation and enhance intent. Our aromatherapy products are paraben free, environmentally friendly and cruelty free!

Our affordable, upscale natural aromatherapy and bath and body products were created to bring pleasure and beauty to your life, by utilizing the benefits of aromatherapy to open up the pathways of consciousness, allowing abundance and well being to flow into the body, mind and soul.

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils, absolute oils and hydrosols. For some uses aromatherapy may include the use fragrance oils. Aromatherapy is an off-shoot of herbology.

The word Aromatherapy was coined in the 1920’s by French perfumer Rene Gattefosse.

Aromatherapy has been used for over 6000 years. The Chinese were perhaps the first culture to use aromatic plants for well-being. They burned incense to create harmony and balance.

Aromatherapy is among the fastest growing fields in alternative and holistic medicine. Aromatherapy is widely used in clinics and hospitals for treatment of pain relief, for labor pain, for relieving pain caused by the side effects of the chemotherapy, and for the rehabilitation of cardiac patients.

Essential oils stimulate and nourish your skin, they enhance your immune system and stimulate the senses. The use of Aromatherapy and or Essential Oils extends to Skin Care, Hair Care and other Personal Care Products. Visit our online store to shop for our exclusive aromatherapy products.