Collection Feature: Rosemary Sage
A Joyous Botanical Experience
The joy of an herb garden is the fresh green fragrance that wafts in with every breeze.
Every to-and-fro through the kitchen door offers an opportunity to rub the leaves between your hands, suede to the touch, while fragrant oils scent your fingertips. The aroma is bold, deep from the soil, yet with the tart, clean scent of pure sunshine.
Garden Alchemy, our newest collection, captures this joyous botanical experience in Rosemary Sage.
A wonderful way to incorporate fresh herbs into your life, Rosemary Sage is a straightforward fragrance, fresh and botanical—a perfect expression of the 30-plus-year heritage of Thymes. Freshly snipped hawthorn leaves are muddled with purple clary sage petals and sprigs of cool rosemary on a tonic bed of birchwood, cedar and crystal amber, their resin warmed by the noonday sun.
The benefits of rosemary, long associated with the Greek goddess of love Aphrodite, are well documented. In aromatherapy, the essential oils of this robust herbal shrub with camphorous spikes are credited with helping to focus the mind, enhance circulation, relieve muscular aches and pains, and strengthen and tone. Clary sage, a staple in perfumery for centuries, is renowned for inspiring a relaxed euphoria and quelling tension in both mind and body.
A wonderful way to incorporate fresh herbs into your life, Rosemary Sage is a straightforward fragrance, fresh and botanical.
What’s more, drying and storing fresh herbs like rosemary and clary sage keeps them at the ready for your own alchemical explorations.
In Garden Alchemy, Rosemary Sage skincare products are further enriched with moisturizing glycerin, shea butter, vitamin E and healing extracts of willow herb and calendula. As a result, your skin is nourished while your senses get a natural lift.
Choosing a gift among all three Garden Alchemy fragrances, or from the entire Thymes fragrance spectrum? Need a little insight on people’s aromatic preferences? Take a look at the Art of Giving Fragrance blog post or visit our Thymes Fragrance Studio. It’s almost as good as time spent in the kitchen herb garden.
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