History of blue lotus oil
Production of precious Lotus attars in Ancient Indian Civilisation started before the common Era. However, later stopped in the middle ages due to the high costs and renewed only recently. At the end of the XX century when the modern absolutes were started to be produced again, Lotus Oil became a very popular substance in modern perfumery. Lotus flower is considered to be sacred for Hindus and it is strongly believed it relaxes the mind while the heart opens up with and flourishes with unconditional love.
Those who have never smelled authentic Blue Lotus Absolute expected sweet and pleasant smell. However, some efforts and time are required to fully perceive this absolute. The scent has a bit of animalic notes so it is hard to compare it with something.
Lotus oil can be used for all skin types helping to:
- Moisturize: regenerating and improving skin’s elasticity, reducing wrinkles and dryness.
- Stimulate: providing freshness and vitality as well as cleansing the skin and shrinking the pores.
- Restore: helping to restore structural skin proteins, strengthening and giving elasticity.
- Soothe: reducing redness and acne.
- Regenerate: containing natural alpha-hydroxy acids, it helps to exfoliate the outer layer of the skin and heal skin damages effectively.
The Blue Lotus absolute activates metabolism in cells and tissues, stimulates gradual renewal of the skin, protects the upper epidermis from free radicals, helps in fighting cellulite, refreshes, and tones up the skin. Strengthens nails, moisturizes, nourishes and restores dry and damaged hair, helps to solve the problem of split hair ends, hair loss, and increases its volume.
The blue lotus – aphrodisiac
From ancient times blue lotus was considered a symbol of sexuality and was used to stimulate sexual attraction for women and men. It helps to overcome sexual coldness, effectively stimulates libido, causes euphoric and ecstatic feelings. From the ancient times, it is known as a strong aphrodisiac and considered the best remedy for sexual disorders.
Lotus oil in aromatherapy.
In the East, it is believed that this product strengthens and gives energy to our consciousness, awakens the enlightenment. Also, gives a sense of wholeness as it is often used in holy places when praying or asking for blessings, as well during meditations.