Pamper Yourself with Our Lavender Body Butter Cream

Lavender Body Butter Cream

Lavender Body Butter Cream

Our Aromatherapy Of The Goddess Body Butter Creams are a rich, super nourishing, luxurious pampering body cream made with Cocoa Butter & Shea Butter. Body Butter Creams can be used like lotion for a more intense skin pampering experience.

Our Lavender Body Butter is scented with pure therapeutic grade Lavender Essential Oil.

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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.

angerine Whipped Shea Butter

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.

My Secret To Youthful Skin

angerine Whipped Shea ButterI’ve been making and selling my Aromatherapy and Bath Body products for 18 years. People ask me frequently over the years what my secret is to youthful looking skin. It’s simple, I use my own products and the results show.

After every bath or shower I load up with a combination of my Aromatherapy Of The Goddess Body Lotion, mixed in my hands with my Triple Goddess Whipped Shea Butter. The combination of this Spa At Home treatment using the two products gives my skin extra moisture year round.

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.Aromatherapy Body Lotion

You’ll notice the difference in your skin immediately when you use Triple Goddess Whipped Shea Butter and subsequent use will show daily improvement in your skin’s health and tone.

Using Aromatherapy Of The Goddess Body Lotion with the Triple Goddess Whipped Shea, helps to add absortion of both products while also adding other natural nutrients for skin provided in the Body Lotion.

There are no fragrace oils used in Of The Goddess Ltd’s natural products, only pure therapuetic grade essential oils.

Spearmint Essential Oil

Caution: mucous membrane irritant. Not compatible with homeopathic treatment.

Latin name: Mentha spicata. Family: Labiatae. Distilled from the flowering tops from the USA.

Minty, slightly fruity scent. Not as powerful as Peppermint. It is a top note in perfumery. Blends well with: basil, eucalyptus, jasmine, lavender, and rosemary.

Possible uses:
Digestive: used for dyspepsia, hepatobiliary disorders, flatulence, colic, nausea, and vomiting.
Emotions/mind: used for fatigue, nervous and emotional exhaustion, headaches, migraine, neurasthenia, stress, and vertigo.
Respiratory and immune system: used for colds, fever, flu, coughs, asthma, sinusitis, catarrhal conditions, and bronchitis.
Skin/hair: For acne, dermatitis, congested skin.
Actions: Anesthetic (local), antiseptic, antispasmodic,astringent, carminative, cephalic, cholatgogue, decongestant, digestive, diuretic,expectorant, febriguge, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, stomachic, tonic.

Sources:

  • Essential Oil Safety by Robert Tisserand, Churchill Livingstone, 1995.
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, Element Books, 1995.

Mandarin Essential Oil

Latin name: Citrus reticulata, citrus nobilis. Family: Rutaceae. Cold pressed from the tangerine peel and imported from USA and Brazil.

Mandarin has an sweet, citrus scent. It is used as a top note in perfumery. Mandarin blends well with: spice oils, nutmeg, clove, lemon, neroli, bergamot, lime, orange, mandarin, and grapefruit.

Suggested Uses:

Circulation, muscles and joints: for fluid retention and obesity.

Digestive: helps digestion, for dyspepsia, hiccups, and intestinal problems.

Emotions and mind: to heal inner child issues, for relieving anxiety, obsession with the past, emotional trauma. For insomnia, restlessness, and nervous tension.

Skin and hair: used as an astringent for oily or congested skin, for acne, scars, spots, stretch marks, toner.

Actions: Antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative,digestive,diuretic (mild), laxative (mild), sedative, stimulant (digestive and lymphatic), tonic.

Caution: Though rare, may cause photosensitivity.

Source: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, Element Books, 1995.

Lavender Essential Oil

Latin name: Lavandula officinalis. Family name: Labiatae. Lavender Essential Oil is distilled from the flowering tops of the plant and is primarily imported from France, Bulgaria, and England, although in recent years it is also grown and produced in the U.S., Australia and China.

Lavender has a sweet, fresh herbal scent and it has been used for centuries as both a fragrance and for natural healing.

In perfumery, Lavender Essential Oil is both a top and middle note and it blends well with most essential and fragrance oils including: citrus and floral oils, cedarwood, clove, clary sage, coriander, cypress, frankincense, geranium, juniper berry, neroli, oakmoss, patchouli, petitgrain, pine, rosemary, thyme and vetiver.

Circulation, Muscles, and Joints: Lavender reduces muscular tension, relieves pain, used to treat lumbago, rheumatism and sprains.

Digestive: Lavender aids digestion, for cramps, colic, diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence, nausea.

Emotions and Nervous System: Lavender balances the emotions, and it is calming, refreshing, and relaxing. It may be used to treat depression, fears, headache, hypertension, migraine, hysteria, insecurities, insomnia, moodiness, manic depression, nervous exhaustion, obsessive and agitated behaviors, PMS, panic, restlessness, sciatica, shock, trauma, vertigo, worry. Lavender also clears the head, increases mental alertness.

Genito-urinary: Lavender helps to restores hormonal balance, reduces cramps. Used to treat infections and cystitis. It helps in childbirth and may be used for dysmenorrhea and leucorrhea.

Respiratory and Immune System: Lavender may be used for asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, flu, laryngitis, sinus congestion, throat infections, tonsillitis, whooping cough.

Skin/Hair: Lavender can be used for all skin types. It assists in the healing of wounds and aids in the formation of scar tissue and helps to rejuvenate the skin. It can be used to treat abscesses, acne, allergies, athlete’s foot, boils, bruises, burns, cuts, dandruff, dermatitis, earache, eczema, inflammation, insect bites and stings, insect repellent, lice, psoriasis, ringworm, scabies, sores, spots, sunburn, wrinkles. Lavender also regulates the oil secretions of the scalp and helps repair damaged or over-processed hair. May be of benefit for hair loss.

Actions: Analgesic, anticonvulsive, antidepressant, antimicrobial, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative, cholagogue, choleretic, cicatrizant, cordial, cytophylactic, deodorant, diuretic, emmenagogue, hypotensive, insecticide, nervine, parasiticide, rubefacient, sedative, stimulant, sudorific, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary.

Of The Goddess Ltd. only uses pure therapeutic grade essential oils in our products.

Sources for the 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

Grapefruit Essential Oil

Latin name: Citrus paradisi. Family name: Rutacaea.

Grapefruit oil is cold pressed from the peel of the grapefruit and it primarily comes from the U.S. or Israel.

Grapefruit has a fresh, sweet, citrus scent. It is euphoric and refreshing. It is used as a top note in perfumery and it blends well with: Bergamot and other citrus oils, cardamom, coriander, cypress, geranium, juniper berries, lavender, neroli, palmarosa, petitgrain, pine, and rosemary.

Circulatory, Muscles and Joints: Cellulitis, preparation for exercise, fatigued muscles, obesity, stiffness, water retention.

Emotions and Nervous System: For use with self-doubt and criticism, dependency, frustration, depression, lethargy, and grief. Good for jet lag. Grapefruit is refreshing, cheering, slightly euphoric, and energizing. Grapefruit is an emotional “releasing” oil. Aids with drug withdrawal. For headaches, nervous exhaustion, and performance stress.

Respiratory and Immune System: used for chills, colds, flu, and as an airborne disinfectant.

Skin/Hair: for acne, oily skin, promotes hair growth, tones skin.

Actions: Antiseptic, antitoxic, astringent, bactericidal, diuretic, depurative, stimulant (lymphatic, digestive), tonic.

Of The Goddess Ltd. only uses pure therapeutic grade essential oils in our products.

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
Hydrosols by Jeanne Rose, 1999

Cinnamon Essential Oil

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Description:

Latin name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum. Family name: Lauraceae. Cinnamon oil is distilled from the leaves and twigs or the dried inner bark of the plant and is imported from Ceylon.

Characteristics: Cinnamon Leaf has a earthy, slightly-woody, spicy-peppery aroma. It blends well with: Citrus oils, cloves, elemi, frankincense, and ginger.

Extraction Method: Steam distillation of leaves.

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Cautions:
Safety Data: Only Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil should be used in aromatherapy. Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil: Mucous membrane irritant. Bark Oil is a strong skin toxin, irritant and sensitizer, and is one of the most hazardous oils. The oil from the bark is too hazardous for use.

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Use and Applications:
Circulation, muscles, and joints: Improves circulation, for rheumatism.
Digestive System: Anorexia, colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, intestinal infection, improves digestion, spasms.
Emotions/mind and nervous system: Cheering, sense enhancing, mildly euphoric. Aids relaxation and emotional balance. Calming, for insomnia. Debility, nervous exhaustion, and stress-related conditions.
Genito-urinary and immune system: Stimulates child birth (contractions), frigidity, leucorrhea, metrorrhagia, scanty periods.
Respiratory and immune system: Chills, colds, flu, infectious diseases.
Skin/Hair Care: Lice, scabies, tooth and gum care, warts, wasp stings.
Recommended Use for: poor circulation, rhuematism, sluggish digestion, scanty periods, colds, chills, flus, nervous exhaustion and stress.
Actions: Anthelmintic, antidiarrheal, possible antidote to poison, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiputrescent, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative, digestive, emmenagogue, hemostatic, orexigenic, parasiticide, refrigerant, spasmolytic, circulatory, cardiac stimulant, respiratory, stomachic, vermifuge.
Folk Tradition: Cinnamon Essential Oil has been used for thousands of years in the East for medicinal purposes.

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