Natural Thai Ingredients
Our massage oil is made up of coconut oil, peachy oil, extracts of Thai herbs, essential oil and Vitamin E.
Oil body massage aids in rejuvenating the body, works to minimize cellulite and helps to soften the skin.
The foot cream that we use in our foot spa is made up of coconut oil, glycerin, olive oil, extracts of Thai herbs, essential oils and Vitamin E.
Foot massages aid in softening the skin, releasing tension and act as a wonderful stress reliever.
Our balm is made is made up of Thai herbs and Coconut oil.
We use balm for various massages depending on where you are experiencing tension and pains.
The balm acts as an anesthetic and will soothe and relax muscles.
Other Natural Ingredients that we use include:
Tamarind is a shrubby tree with a wide range around the world. Used in Ayurvedic medicine for gastric problems and for bacterial skin infections, it is also a culinary herb. Tamarind leaves are commonly used in herbal balls.
Lemongrass and Kaffir Lime
Lemongrass is a citrus-scented herb used in Asian cooking and in herbal balls. The leaves are chopped and combined with the other ingredients. Kaffir lime leaves and rind are very fragrant and are used in cooking and in herbal poultices.
Acacia concinna or shikakai is a tree native to Asia. The fruit pods, leaves and bark are dried, powdered and made into a paste and used in shampoo and skin care preparations, as well as in Thai herbal balls.
Cassia siamea is an evergreen tree that grows in Southeast Asia. It is used as a folk remedy for cancer, although there is no scientific evidence to support this use, though an article published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in January 2010 reports that the herb has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
According to an article published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in October 2005, mangosteen extract has an antimicrobial effect against staphylococcus when tested on acne, supporting its use in alternative medicine for skin infections.