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Aroma Queen is a registered Australian business based in Sydney, specialising in online sales of natural aromatic and health products.

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    24 Apr, 2014
  • excellent seller, highly recommended ..A+
    24 Apr, 2014
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    23 Apr, 2014
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    23 Apr, 2014
  • Top trader, recommended, thank you :)
    23 Apr, 2014
| Member since: 22 May, 2001 | Australia

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CLAY MASKS - Australian Active Clay
AUSTRALIAN ACTIVE CLAYS     Australian active clays are the result of age-old volcanic activity, rich in valuable minerals. One of the best skin cleansers available, used in a mask they draw out toxins like a magnet - chemicals that have been absorbed into the top layers of your skin through exposure to everyday pollution. Face or body masks stimulate circulation, remove dead skin cells, absorb excess oil and other impurities, and generally improve skin colour and tone, depen...
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INCENSE - A Beginner's Guide
A BRIEF HISTORY OF INCENSE The word 'incense' is derived from the Latin 'incensum' - to set on fire. Incense, whether stick, resin, cone or herb, is smouldered to release its fragrance through aromatic smoke. Our passion for Incense is as old as written history. The use of cedar as incense was recorded in the "Epic of Gilgamesh", a Sumerian flood story that predates Noah. At sunrise, noon and sunset each day the ancient Egyptians burned resins and 'Kyphi', a blend of aromatic herbs, wine an...
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SOY CANDLES - Soy Wax vs Paraffin Wax
SOY WAX  vs PARAFFIN WAX Most commercially available 'fragrant' candles are made with paraffin wax and synthetic 'fragrant oils'. Paraffin wax is a by-product of the petrol industry, and is widely believed to give off toxic fumes and soot when burned. Tests completed in the US in 2001 revealed that paraffin wax contained 11 compounds which are classified as dangerous, some even classed as carcinogenic. One compound, carbon tetrachloride, can lead to liver, kidney, and central nervous ...