Colour therapy, also known as Chromotherapy, dates back to the sun-worshipers of Ancient Egypt when light was used to cure sickness and disease. The colours used in Chromotherapy reflect the seven spectrum colours of the rainbow, with each one representing its own wavelength that correlates to the seven main Chakras of the body.

Over recent years, Chromotherapy has become increasingly popular, especially during the winter season when it said that 1 in 3 people, or 29% of the British population suffer from S.A.D (Seasonal Affective Disorder), a type of depression caused by a lack of exposure to sunlight.

Colour therapy can be administered in different ways, the most common of which is the light box method. Full of natural daylight bulbs, the colours will help to non-invasively balance hormonal imbalances which affect mood and behaviour.

However, another way to bring more colour into your life is through Dr. Bronner's new label Pure-Castille Liquid colour soaps. Their bright happy colours and gorgeous organic ingredients will make you feel fantastic all winter long!

Try colour therapy this winter

Try colour therapy this winter


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