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Introducing the beautiful Christiana – founder/creator/blender/gatherer at Mimosa Botanicals.

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Christiana and her brand Mimosa Botanicals to Malmaison. 


What a pleasure it has been to get to know Christiana and witness her deep passion and authenticity around her business, nature and life.   It absolutely radiates throughout her beautiful studio and products.  We are thoroughly delighted to be able to share this with our customers.


A certified Aromatherapist and modern-day Apothecary, Christiana’s exploration of scents and creating her range has taken her all over the world, with a strong influence of the traditional French Apothecary … thus the eventual name for her business ‘Mimosa Botanicals’.

French Apothecary Bath Soak Range (Lavender & Rose)


In the Mimosa Botanicals range of products, Christiana likes to utilise the best ingredients nature can offer like certified organic or Australian essential oils & absolutes with organic botanicals and lovely little extras like Australian organic oats, coconut cream powder, organic fairtrade cocoa butter and Australian clays as well as locally grown flowers, berries, citrus, herbs and French Lavender.

Natural Ingredients


When asked about her inspiration and motivation to create Mimosa, Christiana says,

“My love of spending hours day dreaming in a deep aromatic bath

as well as the traditional art of botanical perfumery

were my motivation to create this range and share it with you all.”

Mimosa Botanicals

Conveniently Available in Four Sizes
(125g/250g Sachet & 250g/500g French Apothecary Jars)


Peruse our current range of  Mimosa Botanicals Bath Soaks, more items being added to the range, so be sure to check back regularly.

Mimosa Botanicals proudly works from their aromatic studio on Dja Dja Wurrung country – Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.

Fun Fact

Mimosa (Acacia dealbata) – Mimosa Wattle was first introduced to the South of France from Australia in the 1850s.  It is often referred to as the ‘King of Winter’ and signifies the coming Spring.  If you are in the South of France in February/March you will notice the gorgeous yellow flowers of the Mimosa trees everywhere.   The vivid colours and delicious perfume fill the air.  There is even a Mimosa route – La Route des Mimosas Mediterranean coast which spans 130km along the French Riviera.  There are many events and festivals that signify the beautiful Mimosa blooms – the most famous being laFête du Mimosa’ held in Mandelieu-la-Napoule which runs for 10 days.


Photography:  Ginger House Photography

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