Faster, safer, cheaper, more effective look no further than certified therapeutic grade essential oils.
Not all essential oils are created equal.
Be sure the company employs different testing methods, by third party, independent laboratories, to ensure the quality, and potency of their essential oils. There should be nothing added, nor diluted, no pesticides, no herbicides, no fillers.
• Lavender: calming and relaxing, behind the ears or in the bath; immune support, soothes minor skin irritations.
• Less oil, more often is better. Consistency and frequency of application is so much more important than amount of oil.
• Melaleuca, (Tea Tree oil) is cleansing and rejuvenating to the skin. A few drops in the shampoo bottle promote a healthy scalp. Soothes minor skin irritations.
• Peppermint promotes respiratory health. Alleviates occasional stomach upset. One drop of Peppermint oil is equivalent to 28 cups of Peppermint tea!
• Use a “carrier”, such as coconut or olive oil. Water and oil do not mix. Water drives the essential oil deeper in the skin. Coconut or olive oil slows the absorption and the way it feels to the skin.
• Never put essential oils directly into the eye or ear. Only behind the ears or on a cotton ball placed inside the ear. Around the eye bone, if needed.