Palazzo Beverly Hills organic essential oils are distilled and hand made from beautiful eucalyptus trees, romantic rose hip and lavender harvested on the multiple acres of sprawling grounds at the mansion. Aromatherapy has been used for centuries with each scent having a unique mind and body benefit. The use of essential oils such as Lavender, Hibiscus and Rose elevates the senses into a deep state of centered bliss and absolute calm. In the spirit of this earthly treasure, we have simplified some of our nature-inspired therapies for the ultimate luxury spa experience by brining wellness and the nourishing benefits of organics including hand made essential oils to create a tranquil, calming and transcendent experience.
Lavender: Lavender is calming, relaxing and often used to improve quality of sleep.
Peppermint: Peppermint may clear breathing and lungs, aid digestion and relives tension and headaches.
Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus is commonly known to assist clearing the lungs, eucalyptus is a refreshing oil that may detoxify, reduce anxiety and improve sleep quality.
Rose: Rosehip is soft, calming and relaxing, rose oil is a romantic scent that is often incorporated into perfume.
Lemon: Lemon is a natural antioxidant and has antiseptic and antibiotic properties.
Jasmine: Jasmine features an exotic, uplifting, floral and calming fragrance.
"Palazzo Beverly Hills essential oils sourced from organic flowers harvested onsite"
"Palazzo Beverly Hills aromatic steam therapy originates from ancient use of rose oil."
Palazzo Beverly Hills sensory aromatic rose bath experience originates from the ancient use of rose oil to create an aromatic bath experience. There are subtle differences between rose oil and rosehip oil, the latter involves a steam distillation process and can be used as a relaxant in bath and spa treatments, or to beautifully scent the room or inhale using an essential oil diffuser, or used as an incense to infuse a soft floral romantic rose aroma."
Palazzo Beverly Hills aromatherapy steam treatments originate from 3,000 BC, the images of roses first appeared in artistic motifs, and during the golden age of ancient Egypt, Queen Cleopatra, was said to have filled an entire room more than one foot deep with rose petals with rose water bubbled through fountains and adorned banquet tables with thousands of rose petals and rosewater between courses.