Thursday, 30 June 2011

Some pictures from Sp

What the picture cant convey is the aroma of 150 essential oils greeting you at the door

 Shirley Price cap labels, a great idea from Ascent Therapies


The health benefits of drinking aloe vera juice

More natural product research



Tuesday, 28 June 2011

New to Sp?

The Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma can be obtained by two pathways
4 weeklong taught modules in the UK or
by 4 modules of distance learning followed by a one week practical course and one week theory course. Each week ends with an independent external examination.
Call the college secretary Rosie Brandrick on the training hotline 01455 615436
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Upcoming courses registration form and dates Prospectus Find out moreShirley Price Aromatherapy Ltd is a truely global network of over 6000 aroma professionals many of who received their aromatherapy training at the company's Hinckley UK training centre or at correspondent colleges worldwide. SP's factory provides 10,000 aroma items a month, essential oils, vegetable oils, hydrolats, moisturisers and skincare of the finest quality to Shirley Price professionals and leading retailers of health and wellness products. Items are boxed and barcoded.
The Company is famous for its international training department the Shirley Price International College of Aromatherapy ('SPICA') which remains active teaching the Complementary therapies of aromatherapy, reflexology and beauty therapies. Teaching at Hinckley UK is delivered by highly qualified and experienced Principal Tutors each of whom have their own training centres in their countries. Meet theTutors Sara Gelzer MIFPA (Distance learning), Jan Benham MIFPA (aromatherapy diploma, IFPA upgrade, Cosmetic making and use workshops), Sue Jenkins MIFPA (academic lead), Christine Courtney MIFPA (CPD), Elaine Zimmermann MIFPA (Chemistry, Botany) Madelaine Knapp Hayes MIFPA (Aromatherapy for Health Professionals). More tutors are to be found at the worldwide correspondent colleges. See for individual countries. The Company Directors are P. I Brealey BSc FCA, Chairman and Dr M Jaspal MB BS, Director Training.
Visiting us. The Factory is open to the public from 9am to 5pm. Larger groups of over 5 please call.
Tuscany Lavender, Cosmetic Making Workshops 10-17 July 2011 Hinckley UK, Clear Aloe Gel in bulk sizes and acrylic 15ml, Marinoel Cosmetics provide Label, Box and Packaging innovation to Shirley Price Aromatherapy, Aromatime education innovation Find out more news in the Shirley Price Magazine
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Monday, 27 June 2011

Revise - Oil safety, when is a haptens an allergens?

Haptens in Rose Otto oil

In Europe suppliers of essential oils like Shirley Price Aromatherapy are required to disclose the presence of 26 Haptens in essential oils.  This is also a useful way of revising the chemistry of the oils which can contain upto 200 components.  




Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Revising safety - Research in essential oil use and synergy

I'll be at Robert Tisserands seminar in Miami 15/16th October, see you there!

Aromatherapy Research & the Synergy of Constituents

Essential oils are both complex and multi-functional, simultaneously acting as, for example, antibiotics and antidepressants. They contain many important bioactive constituents, and this complexity allows for both synergistic and antagonistic effects. Synergy is a manifestation of the efficiency of nature, combining substances for an enhanced outcome. Clinical aspects covered include radiation damage (whether from therapeutic or accidental exposure) skin safety, bedsores & wound healing, antibiotic-resistant infections, preventive measures for sun damage and skin cancer, and pain of different origins. Many clinical studies are referred to in detail. The seminar is for those with some previous knowledge of essential oils and aromatherapy, and who want to take their understanding to a deeper level. Most of the seminar is lecture format with slides.

Minneapolis May 2010 600x807
October 15th & 16th 2011
9.00 am – 4.30 pm each day

Brand Manufactory
630 NW 5th Street
Miami, FL 33128


SATURDAYIntroduction: synergy as a theme in plant medicine
Essential oils
How and why do plants create them?
How extraction methods affect therapeutic properties
Constituent chemistry and natural variation
Oxidation and essential oil integrity

Why do plants make essential oilsBREAK
Dose & dilution: how much is enough?
Measurements: calculating drops, mL, g, oz
Dose, route of administration & efficacy: oral, dermal, inhalation
Transcutaneous penetration – how much gets through the skin
Skin safety: allergic reactions, phototoxicity

How essential oils work
Therapeutic synergy: whole oils, constituents, mixtures
Physical, psychological, energetic effects
Research: in vitro, in vivo, clinical
The limitations of functional group theory

Holistic medicine: supportive and preventive care
Stimulating immune function
Soothing inflammation and pain
Prevention of bone loss

Introduction: the evolution of aromatherapy: aromatic fatty oils and essential oils
Oxidative stress & disease
Radical scavenging
The protective role of detoxifying enzymes
Radiation damage, sun damage, skin cancer
Diabetes, vascular disease

Aromatherapy helps brain damaged childBREAK
Bacterial infection and resistant strains
Features of virulence
Antimicrobial synergy
Tea tree, MRSA, wound healing, bedsores

Inhalation and the brain
Transient receptor potential channels
Neurological disease and inhalation therapy

Fragrant synergy
Differences between natural fragrance and aromatherapy blend
Simple and complex blends
Blending guidelines

Closing discussion


Shirley Price Essential oil abbreviations and haptens data

 Cap labels Colour coded top, middle, base notes



 96012000 ORGANIC BERGAMOT Citrus bergamia Citral, Geraniol. Limonene, Linalool  Italy 96012093 ORGANIC CEDARWOOD ATLAS  Cedrus atlantica Morocco 96012130 ORGANIC EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS  Eucalyptus globulus Geraniol, Limonene  Spain 96012192 ORGANIC EUCALYPTUS RADIATA  Eucalyptus radiata Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Australia 96012284 ORGANIC GERANIUM  Pelargonium graveolens Citral, Citronellol,  Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Egypt 96012291 ORGANIC GRAPEFRUIT Citrus paradisi Citral,Limonene 97%, Linalool 0.5% Argentina 96012383 ORGANIC JUNIPER BERRY Juniperus communis Limonene, Linalool France 96012420 ORGANIC LAVENDER  Lavandula angustifolia Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool France 96012529 ORGANIC LAVENDER FINE (high altitude) Lavandula angustifolia Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  France 96012550 ORGANIC LEMON Citrus limon Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Italy 96012635 ORGANIC LEMONGRASS  Cymbopogon citratus Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool India 96012659 ORGANIC MANDARIN  Citrus reticulata Citral, Limonene, Linalool  Italy 96012680 ORGANIC ORANGE SWEET  Citrus aurantium varsinensis Citral, Farnesol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Costa Rica 96012727 ORGANIC PATCHOULI Pogostemon cablin Sri Lanka 96012864 ORGANIC PEPPERMINT  Mentha x piperita Limonene, Linalool France 96012901 ORGANIC ROSEMARY verbenone  Rosemary officianalis Verbenone Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool South Africa 96012925 ORGANIC TEA TREE  Melaleuca alternifolia Limonene, Linalool Australia 96013052 ORGANIC YLANG YLANG COMPLETE  Cananga odorata Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Linalool Madagascor 96011959 BASIL a Linalool  Ocimum basilicum  Eugenol, Geraniol, Limonene and Linalool. Egypt 96011973 BAY  Pimenta racemosa Citral, Eugenol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Jamiaca 96011980 BENZOIN RESINOID  Styrax benzoin Benzyl Benzoate 5% Laos 96012000 BERGAMOT  Citrus bergamia Citral, Geraniol. Limonene, Linalool Italy 96012017 BERGAMOT (FCF)  Citrus bergamia Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Italy 96012031 CAJEPUT  Melaleuca leucadendron Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Vietnam 96012048 CAMPHOR  Cinnamomum camphora Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  China 96012062 CARDOMON  Eletaria Cardamomon Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Guatamala 96012086 CARROTSEED  Daucus carota Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  France 96012093 CEDARWOOD ATLAS  Cedrus atlantica   Morocco 96012147 CHAMOMILE ROMAN  Chamaemelum nobile Limonene UK 96012161 CINNAMON LEAF  Cinnamomum zeylanicum Cinnamal alcohol, Eugenol, Cinnamal, Coumarin, Linalool, Benzyl benzoate Madagascor 96012185 CITRONELLA SRI LANKA  Cymbopogon winterianus Citral, Cirtonellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Java 96012208 CLARY SAGE  Salvia sclarea Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Hungary 96012215 CLOVE BUD Syzgium aromaticum   Madagascor 96012239 CYPRESS  Cupressus sempervirens Limonene, Linalool Morocco 96012253 ELEMI  Canarium luzonicum Limonene  Phillipines 96012284 EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS Eucalyptus globulus Geraniol, Limonene  Spain 96012260 EUCALYPTUS CITRIODORA  Eucalyptus citriodora Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Madagascor 96012291 EUCALYPTUS RADIATA Eucalyptus Radiata Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Australia 96012321 FENNEL Foeniculum vulgare Limonene, Linalool  Italy 96012338 FIR BALSAM  Abies alba   France 96012345 FIR SIBERIAN  Abies siberica   Russia 96012352 FRANKINCENSE  Boswellia carteri Limonene  Somalia 96012369 GALBANUM  Ferula galbaniflua   Iran 96012390 GERANIUM BOURBON  Pelargonium graveolens Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Madagascor 96012383 GERANIUM EGYPTIAN Pelargonium graveolens Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Egypt 96012413 GINGER Zingiber officinalis Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  China 96012437 GRAPEFRUIT  Citrus paradisi Citral,Limonene, Linalool  South Africa 96012451 HELICHRYSUM  Helichrysum italicum Limonene, Linalool  France 96012468 HO LEAF  Cinnamomum camphora   Madagascor 96012529 JUNIPER BERRY  Juniperus communis Limonene, Linalool France 96012543 LAVANDIN SUPER  Lavendula Burnati Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  France 96012550 LAVENDER FRANCE  Lavandula angustifolia Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  France 96012635 LAVENDER FINE (high altitude)  Lavandula angustifolia Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  France 96012659 LEMON  Citrus limon Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Italy 96012680 LEMONGRASS  Cymbopogon citratus Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  India 96012697 LIME  Citrus aurantifolia Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Mexico 96012727 MANDARIN  Citrus reticulata Citral, Limonene, Linalool Italy 96012734 MANUKA  Leptospermum scoparium   Egypt 96012758 MARJORAM SWEET  Origanum majorana Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Egypt 96012765 MARJORAM SPANISH Thymus mastichina Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Spain 96012710 MAY CHANG  Litsea Cubeba citrata Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool Vietnam 96012802 MYRRH  Commiphora myrrha Limonene, Linalool France 96012819 MYRTLE RED  Myrtus communis Limonene, Linalool Morocco 96012833 NIAOULI  Melaleuca viridiflora Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Madagascor 96012840 NUTMEG  Myristica fragrans Limonene, Linalool  India 96012864 ORANGE SWEET  Citrus aurantium var sinensis Citral, Farnesol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Costa Rica 96012888 PALMAROSA  Cymbopogon martinii Citral, Farnesol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Nepal 96012901 PATCHOULI  Pogostemon cablin   Sri Lanka 96012918 PEPPER BLACK  Piper nigrum Limonene, Linalool  India 96012932 PEPPERMINT  Mentha x piperita Limonene, Linalool  UK 96012949 PETITGRAIN Citrus aurantium var amara  Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Paraguay 96012963 PINE, SCOTCH Pinus sylvestris Limonene France 96012987 RAVENSARA  Ravensara aromatica Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Madagascor 96013038 ROSEMARY Cineole  Rosmarinus officinalis Cineole Morocco 96013090 SANDALWOOD  Santalum austrocaledonicum vieill Limonene, Linalool  New Caledonia 96013120 SPEARMINT  Mentha spicata Limonene, Linalool  South Africa 5025412007558 SPRUCE, BLACK  Picea mariana   5025412007565 TANGERINE  Citrus reticulata Linalool, Limonene  Italy 96013182 TEA TREE Melaleuca alternifolia Limonene, Linalool  Australia 96013205 THYME SWEET  Thymus vulgaris ctlinalool Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool  Spain 96013236 VETIVER  Vetiveria zizanoides Madagascor 96013267 YLANG YLANG EXTRA  Cananga odorata Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Linalool  Comores 96013281 YLANG YLANG 1  Cananga odorata Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Linalool  Madagascor


Sunday, 19 June 2011

Reducing inflammation from Osteoarthritis with Ginger

In China the first recorded use of Ginger was by Confucius (circa 500BC) who claimed never to be without ginger when he ate.  In Traditional Chinese Medicine ginger is used for colds and chills to promote sweating, expel mucous and stimulate the appetite.  The dried ginger has been used to treat stomach ache, dihorrea, nausea, cholera and bleeding (Leung A, Foster S Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients used in foods, drugs and cosmetics).

As regards the essential oil it is steam distilled from the dried rhizomes.  The scientific approach is that if you understand the main components of the oil then you will know the general effects.  However particular uses of essential oils depend on components which may be present in very tiny quantities.  The main components of the essential oil are sesquiterpene hydrocarbons (50-66%), oxygenated sesquiterpenes. If three isoprene units join they make a longer and heavier chain molecule known as a sesquiterpene (15 carbon atoms).  Sesquiterpenes are slightly antiseptic, bactericicidal, calming and anti-inflammatory.  (Price, Aromatherapy Workbook).  

The essential oil does not contain the pungent and warming components found in the dried herb. The oil is used in Aromatherapy as a circulatory stimulant, for cold hands and feet and cardiac fatigue.  Blended with roman chamomile and sweet orange it has relieved morning sickness.  Sufferers of arthritis have found a compress of ginger oil helpful.  Inhaling ginger oil has been found useful for coughs and sore throats.  (Mojay, Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit). Ginger with peppermint and caraway is recommended as a blend for upset stomaches and travel sickness either mixed with a vegetable oil 2% essential oil 98% carrier oil and rubbed on the stomach or placed on a tissue and inhaled.  (Shirley Price, Aromatherapy Workbook) 

Essential oil should always be used in tiny quantities and never be taken internally but applied externally in diluted form or inhaled.


essential oils and animals

Evidence suggests that the ancient Egyptians were the first to use essential oils. They developed distillation techniques and pioneered the discovery of medical and other uses of essential oils. At about the same time, the Indians and Chinese were also developing the use of plant materials in healing. Knowledge of oil use was passed on to the Greeks.. The Romans continued this process. A Persian physician named Avicenna (approximately 1,000 A.D.) is credited with perfecting the distillation process.

Oils have been shown to have many possible desirable effects such as reducing anxiety and inflammation, fighting oxidative processes, battling toxins and fighting infections by inhibiting bacteria, fungi and viruses. Oil odors can also be used to affect mental states and memory. Modern doctors are looking for agents that will assist in management of resistant infections and cancer, and these natural products may well hold the key to several major advancements.


Classroom vs distance learning

Spa teaching often starts with ayurveda because those are the oldest known writings, but things were discovered and remembered long before writing was invented, Socrates complained about the new invention of writing because of its ambiguity whereas when someone speaks meaning is clear and what is said is clearly remembered.  That is the argument for the classroom rather than distance learning.


Saturday, 18 June 2011

Shirley Price China - with the team in Beijing and Tianjin


Shirley Price Korea

With Shirley Price Aromatherapy Ltd's distributor in Korea.  Mr Park of Marinoel Cosmetics has for 10 years devoted himself to every aspect of natural cosmetic supplies.

He and his dedicated staff have very good product knowledge and a commitment to the supply of plant oils for aromatherapy and cosmetic use of the highest quality.

He has also shown us how to run a very successful business though hard and effective work.

This month the 60th Annual Cidesco Congress comes to Korea from 28th June to 2nd July.  Cidesco is an organisation very close to our hearts.  Marguerite Maury met Marceline Arcier at the 1959 Cidesco congress and what a fruitful meeting that was!

Much of the Cidesco membership work in professional Spa Therapy and skincare using natural plant oils and extracts.  The Spa book is the official guide to Spa Therapy.


Friday, 17 June 2011

Upcoming workshops 2011 at Essentia House, Hinckley

Creamy craft of cosmetic making
Tired of using commercial cosmetics that bathe your body in chemicals and wreck havoc on your skin? In this fun but practical workshop, learn how to make your own creams, lotions, lip balms, ointments. Each practitioner will have the opportunity to make something different, and at the end of the class we will share the results. Find out how to mix the essential oils to discover the cream that reflects you. Includes the book ‘the creamy craft of cosmetic making’.
With Jan Benham Cost £90 +VAT (1 Day Course) Start 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dates:  Monday 25th July & Sunday 11th September & Monday 7th November

Reflexology & Aromatherapy for the elderly
Reflexology and Aromatherapy for the elderly
Over the years, Jan has done extensive work on patients with multiple sclerosis, cancer and many other conditions using a specialised massage and reflexology technique, and aromatherapy. This workshop focuses on the use of aromatherapy and reflexology for the elderly using essential oils, reflexology and polarity (energy work). Specialised massage techniques on the knees, feet and lower legs are also covered. Designed for both carers and professional therapists; this program will teach you how to deal with the following conditions: Varicose veins, Insomnia, Knee problems, Oedema, Aches and pains, Poor Circulation and how to Balance the body. If there is any other conditions that you would like to have covered. Please tell us at the time of booking and Jan will be happy to cover that topic during the workshop.
With Jan Benham Cost £90.00 +VAT (1 Day Course) Start 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Tuesday 26th July

The Art of Soap Making
Join Jan, for a class in making herbal and vegetable based soaps. Together we shall make an excellent basic herbal soap recipe and a batch of surprise exotic soap. We shall explore different ingredients, methods and sources that you might use to make a variety of exciting soaps. Learn some troubleshooting tips, a few historical tidbits and some ways of decorating/icing your soaps. Please bring your most outrageous apron and cool eye protection (sunglasses will do).
With Jan Benham Cost: £90 +VAT (1 Day Course) Start 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Sunday 31st July 2011 & Sunday 13th November

Aromatherapy seminar
Discover the essential world of aromatic oils. What are essential oils? How are they are obtained? How can you tell if they are 100% pure? What is the difference between therapeutic grade and the rest? Blend and mix to your hearts delight, create your own recipes. Learn about the various effects of these essences, both physically and psychologically, the application of essential oils and safety considerations, plus information on the most useful essential oils and carrier oils.
With Jan Benham Cost: £90 +VAT (1 Day Course) Start 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Thursday 1st September

AROMA COSMETOLOGY - Holistic Skin Care
Designed for the student who is just starting out to the professional Aesthetician who wants to expand her practice and add new dimensions to her work. This course allows for treatment control without having to rely upon specific brands, with the making up of your own preparations and products. Learn how to rely less on machines and take a holistic approach, with the use of special massage techniques and essential oils.
In level I - Practical: you will be taught a full cleanse, the use of compresses and steam, how to set up a treatment room, filling out client record sheets, a full 20 minute face and shoulder massage using both eastern and western techniques, and treatment with masks.
Theory:  the basic principles of skin care, analysis of skin types, anatomy and physiology in relation to the skin, muscles, and skeleton of the head and chest, carrier oils, and the most common essential oils used in treatment. Level 11 works on problematic aroma solutions for skin care, with  emphasis on anti ageing treatments, clinical and home care treatments for teenage acne, eczema, acne rosacea, and sensitive skin, our famous  neck and skin firming treatments. Plus the blending and mixing of essential oils in creams, lotions, oils, masks and compresses.Other topics covered: - the use of fruits and vegetables on the skin and eyebrow shaping. Plus a look at simple dietary advice that can help along with the treatments.
With Jan Benham Cost £450 +VAT (5 Day Course) Start 10:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Monday 11th July and Tuesday 6th September 2011

QI Drop Therapy
Qi drop therapy is a method of applying neat essential oils to the spine, legs and feet using acupressure, massage and compress techniques to bring balance to the whole system. It works on energy alignment, the movement of Qi throughout the body, straightens the spine and fights viruses. Qi drop therapy incorporates the use of 13 essential oils/blends of therapeutic strength.
With Jan Benham Cost: £120 +VAT Start 10:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Saturday 8th October
Learn How To Make Natural Mineral Makeup
Come and learn how to make your own mineral makeup, using all natural ingredients.
Let Jan show you healthy alternatives to the toxic chemicals that are present in most mainstream cosmetics. Why risk long term health problems or allow these chemicals to dry and damage your skin? In comparison, mineral makeup nourishes your skin whilst   enhancing your looks. There are two workshops; Natural Makeup and Mineral Makeup. In the mineral makeup workshop you'll learn how to make your own natural foundation, blushers and eye shadows. In the natural makeup workshop you’ll learn how to make your own mascara, lipsticks, and lip gloss, eye and lip pencils. Imagine the pleasure of wearing makeup crafted specifically to enhance your features. Imagine the satisfaction of making cosmetics. Imagine the security of knowing you’re applying healthy substances onto your skin. Turn these skills into an enjoyable hobby, as you create   cosmetics for family and business, giving them unique and treasured gifts. This could even be the start of a business Opportunity if you want to turn craft into cash.
With Jan Benham Start 11:00 – 4:00pm
Cost of each workshop £120 +VAT or both for £210 +VAT
Dates: Mineral Makeup Saturday 16th July and Sunday 9th October,            Natural Makeup Sunday 17th July and  Monday 10th October

Shampoo and bath bomb making

With my own practical experience, explore your own creativity in designing your own hair shampoos and conditioners. Enjoy the craft of bath bomb making using only pure and natural ingredients. Includes the book ‘the baby boomers beauty bible’. A Perfect course for both adults and children.
With Jan Benham Cost Adults £90 +VAT Children £30.00 +VAT (1 Day Course) Start 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dates: Sunday 10th July and Sunday 6th November

HSE Emergency First Aid at Work 1 Day Course
This course is designed for someone taking on the role of an Emergency First Aider at work - for low risk environments, or those with few employees. However, this course gives a great introduction to first aid, and is therefore both suitable for both professional and personal users. It's lively, fun and run in an interactive workshop style.  Our 1 day course includes an overview of baby and child first aid. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
On successful completion delegates will be awarded a certificate in HSE Emergency First Aid at Work valid for 3 years.
Cost: £90.00 +VAT Refreshments and lunch provided
Date: Friday 8th July 2011

Shirley Price Aromatherapy
8 Hawley Road, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 0PR
Tel: 01455 615466