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Aromatherapy Luxuries for the Eco-Friendly Traveler
Date:6/3/2008

Pharmacopia organic skin care for stress-free summer travel, designed for

your carry-on

SAN RAFAEL, Calif., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmacopia's Aromatherapy Luxuries Set has it all; luscious herbal blends to soften nerves during flight delays and long waits in airport lines, rich creams and oils to keep your skin hydrated and glowing on vacation, all pre-packed in a zip-lock tote to pass airport security and cut back on plastic.

No need to dry out your skin with abrasive airline soap when you have Pharmacopia's fresh citrus wash on hand, and relaxing lavender/chamomile shea butter cream will make your flight restful not stressful! Another perk: Pharmacopia products are pure and chemical free, so safe for babies and kids!

"Our skin is our largest organ and it absorbs what we put on it," says Lisa Levin, founder of Pharmacopia. "Research shows that our bodies carry a toxic burden of chemicals absorbed from personal care products and the environment. With Pharmacopia's ALS, you can avoid low quality hotel amenities full of parabens, sulfates, and artificial fragrances."

The Aromatherapy Luxuries Set includes a bottle of ginger body oil for enhancing your summer tan, a bottle of lavender body lotion for skin hydration after a day at the beach, citrus body wash for clean sweet skin, purse size travel packets of lavender hand cream and citrus body lotion, and a sachet of rosemary bath salts to soothe muscles and joints. The organic set retails for $19.99.

Pharmacopia's wholistic approach to personal care promotes health and wellness inside and out. Their products are detoxifying and relaxing, while nourishing, hydrating and protecting the skin and body. Pharmacopia body care is also organic, pure, and vegan and so reduces exposure to toxins and harmful ingredients. Based on authentic aromatherapy and herbalism, the emotional and therapeutic benefits of their herbal blends help restore a healthy balan
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