Hamsa by Celine Leora Expands Beauty Product Line
May 23, 2014 02:46PM
Two dynamic new beauty and skin care options are being offered by Hamsa by Celine Leora, a Florida-based designer. The expanded natural product line made in the USA now includes a paraben-free body lotion and body wash that embodies the serenity and richness of three key ingredients, and a new fragrance founded on essential oils from around the world renowned for their healthful properties.
The body lotion and wash is used to refresh and revitalize the spirit with the scents of green tea, cucumber and Shea butter. It awakens the senses while calming the mind with Hamsa’s signature exotic fragrance. Layering these new Hamsa by Celine Leora products with the original perfume creates a longer lasting scent.
The concentrated fragrance product includes the essences of white lotus flowers, which Aromatherapy Times cites as a spiritual and healing elixir to enhance meditation and serenity, calm the mind, improve concentration and hasten recovery from illness; frankincense, capable of improving spiritual awareness and meditation abilities, plus boost mood, according to About.com’s medical review board; black currant, which studies published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology and The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and others show can heighten sensuality and has been used to treat autoimmune and circulation disorders, hair and nail problems, premenstrual syndrome and inflammatory disorders; and coffee, with its calming and brain-activating properties that can reduce depression, respiratory issues and nausea, per Mayo Clinic and Harvard School of Public Health studies. The fragrance bottle carries the powerful ancient symbol of the Hamsa, which promotes peace and prosperity.
These components symbolize Eastern Middle Eastern and Western cultures and spiritualism. Hamsa is the name for a type of amulet intended to be used for protection and good luck. Its symbol is meant to foster love, peace and harmony among people of different faiths and cultures.