Our mission is to develop people’s senses, develop a culture of scents in Lithuania and around the world, and implement a lifestyle with aromatherapy. We focus on professionalism; holistic aromatherapy; environmentally friendly 100% natural original cosmetics; high quality aromatherapy and cosmetics; we combine old traditions with new technologies. WE BELIEVE IN QUALITY, NATURALITY, COHERENCE OF INNOVATION AND TRADITION, EDUCATION OF SENSES, ETHICAL RELATIONS, HUMANITY. HARE is our logo and symbol. About the Hare: In Japanese and Chinese mythology, the Hare looking at the Moon is a symbol of fertility, a new beginning, success and fullness. He is a loyal companion to the Chinese moon goddess Chang, who produces an elixir of immortality in her mortar. In many ancient cultures of the world, the Moon was associated with the Hare, and in some of them the spots of this celestial luminance were equally visible to the long-eared with the vessel of medicinal substance in the paws. From antiquity came the Latin saying somnus leporinus, the hare’s sleep, reminiscent of the times when it was believed that the Moon, which watched the sky, slept with its eyes open just like a hare. Images of hares rattling grapes and figs were carved on Greek and Roman tombstones to symbolize the cycle of change of life, death, and rebirth. In ancient India, the Moon was also considered the reservoir of the soma, the divine gravity of immortality, and among its many synonyms in Sanskrit there are such as Shashadhara, Hare-bearer, Shashanka, Hare-marked, or Shashin, Hare. The spots on the Moon themselves were simply called scab, a Hare. In the Yataka, the tales of the Buddha’s incarnations, it is said that the Lord of the gods, Shakra, wanted to try the piety of a Hare who had chosen the path of a recluse, and pretending to be a Brahman came to ask him for alms. The Hare, saddened that only herbs could beg to his Lord, immediately agreed to the offer to be baked and eaten. Excited, the Shakra regained its true form and, exalting the humble generosity of the Hare, marked the Moon in his image so that all living beings could see it.