The Difference Between Aromatherapy and Perfumery
“I have studied aromatherapy, but I have not formally trained in perfumery. It is still a bold move to call oneself a perfumer; however, I make the distinction by stating I make botanical perfumes to indicate that I do not use fractions or isolates, only whole extracts.” - Suzanne Banks
Suzanne Banks is a very special aromatherapist from Australia. In her practice for the past 25 years Suzanne has had the honour to treat a long list of clients including Kylie Minogue, Louise L. Hay, Wayne Dyer and many other consciousness authors. She is also the author of Revelation! Reveal Your Destiny with Essential Oils. Suzanne produced aromatic experiences for major Sydney events, corporate events and retreats including an intensive week meditation retreat with Deepak Chopra ("Seduction of Spirit"). She believes we need to simplify our life and reduce the amount of artificial chemicals in our environment. And what a better way to start than to use all natural botanical perfumes?
"What's the difference between Aromatherapy and Perfumery? Good question. It's a question I found the answer to before I even thought about it. Perfume and aromatherapy are connected and yet stand alone in their art."
Read this investigative article written by Suzanne Banks as she introduces us into the differences between making an aromatherapy blend and making perfumes!
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