Aromafloria began in 1985 by Sharon Christie, founded on a heritage of aromatherapy as a means of achieving wellness. Following in the footsteps of ancient cultures that have used aromatic oils as a healing agent, Aromafloria continues to embrace and evolve their use of natural ingredients.

The Good:

You don’t get much greener than Aromafloria. The company is eco-friendly and wind powered. Ingredients are natural and their commitments include:

  • sourcing environmentally sound packaging.

  • using spray mists instead of aerosols

  • not testing on animals

  • developing natural preservative systems utilizing essential oils and minerals that replace the standard synthetic preservatives.

The Bad:

It might not appeal to some that want products with ingredients that can make changes to their appearance with anti-aging ingredients. The lack of complex actives make this a brand that's mostly about moisturizing. Also, some people might not be interested in their offerings like bath salts and aromatic oils.

The Truth:
This is a great product for families on a budget that want a healthy skin care line. A 10oz bottle of cream only costs $10 and foot butter is $12. But then they have things like “Memory Boost Inhalation Beads” which doesn’t really appeal to us. Overall they have some nice, cost effective products, but mainly its oils and scented products. Check out the line, there might be a few hidden gems in there like a hand cream or shower gel.