Mango Passion Fruit
Aphrodisiac: a term derived from the name of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite (Venus, for the Romans), a divinity related to fertility and spring energy.
Pleasure is the feeling of enjoyment or satisfaction that we experience when doing or perceiving things that we like. It is a positive feeling that can be experienced on a physical, mental or spiritual level, and that is associated with happiness, well-being or satisfaction. The response of our body to pleasure is the release of hormones, such as endorphin, serotonin and oxytocin, which produce a pleasant feeling of well-being.
Many aromas have this property, taking into account the impact of smell when it comes to feeling pleasure.
Maracuyá or Fruit of the Passion
Although few or almost no one know it by its scientific name, Passiflora Edulis, the passion fruit, a fruit of Amazonian origin, was discovered in Peru more than four centuries ago, in 1569, by a Spanish doctor named Monardes, who wrote and documented about the use that the natives gave to the fruit and the plant, thus spreading this knowledge to the old world.
The pulp, the juice, the flowers and the infusion of the passion fruit leaves have a relaxing effect. The natural extract of passion fruit has antioxidant effects and its aroma elevates the spirit and the spirits, helping those who perceive it to feel relaxed and available to receive and give pleasure.
Mango Passion Fruit Body Butter
Tangerine Essential Oil: It is an essential oil that increases vitality and enthusiasm Mango Passion Fruit- Body butter also contains natural extracts like Shea Butter Cocoa Butter Jojoba Aloe Vera Oil.
Let´s remember the impact of the caress and the skin at the time of the love encounter.
A beautiful ritual for the couple and for anyone who wants openness to the world of vital sensations that Eros and Aphrodite spill like nectar on body and soul.
Post written by Dra Gabriela Paz