amber oil

amber oil

[′am·bər ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A yellowish to brown essential oil made by destructive distillation of amber; has an acrid taste.
A light essential oil prepared by destructive distillation of rosin.
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Guests are given a choice of either a 45- or 75-minute relaxing massage, using a divine mixture of jasmine, cardamom, bergamot, amber and clove oil with cardamom amber oil. To complete the ritual the body is rehydrated using tangerine fig butter cream, which deeply detoxifies the skin.
Spend quality time with each other by booking the 180-minute Valentine's journey at Amara Spa, Park Hyatt Dubai, which includes a soothing 60-minute signature Amara couple's massage - a deep massage of frankincense, sandalwood and amber oil blends - a selection of dishes from the healthy spa menu, fresh juices, aromatic teas and light desserts enjoyed poolside.
Edelman now serves this pungent amber oil with lightly pickled mustard seeds on a frisee and cornichon salad with rich terrine.
translucent as cut glass and dripping amber oil. The blue cabin is
Red Flower Hammam Cardamon Amber Oil, $44, available at www.redflower.com
It has an accord of ylang ylang, iris bud and geranium bourbon, combined with hot amber oil, vetiver from Haiti, exotic woods and skin musks.
Use your left hand to drop on a dribble of amber oil and tie the little bunch around your head before going to sleep on clean sheets and linen.
Similarly, Nivea's huile de douche Ultra Hydratante is an amber oil that transforms into a mousse when applied to damp skin.
Made up of ylang ylang, iris, hot amber oils and geranium the ingredients react to your own body temperature to produce your own distinctive perfume.