So, what is this stuff and how do you use it? Well, it's a little slice of heaven here on earth and that's why you need it in your life.
Benefits: helps to relieve aches, pains, sore muscles, headaches, cramps, burns, plantar fasciitis, you name it, if you're in discomfort, try this. This powerful blend of essential oils offers a beautiful aroma and feels likes a warm hug.
Helichrysum is known for its strong anti-inflammatory and skin-rejuvenating properties, has remarkable effects on sensitive and inflamed skin, and is antibacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal. It is one of the most ancient and valuable healing substances, known to aid in tissue regeneration and wound healing.
Frankincense is considered the holy anointing oil in the Middle East. (As my friend likes to say, if it's good enough for the baby Jesus, it's good enough for me.) It is often used as a valuable ingredient in skincare products, beginning with ancient Egyptians, who used it in rejuvenating face masks. It is also known to aid in infection fighting.
Lavender has a host of benefits and great value in helping the skin heal itself, stimulating cell growth, reducing inflammation, preventing scarring and balancing the production of oil while at the same time cutting down on localized pain - all perfect when fighting acne and problem skin.
If you're a DIY-er or enjoy diffusing essential oils in your home, take a look at our collection, which includes frankincense and lavender.
How to use comfort oil: try it alone and massage it in where you need it, add it to your bath, or add a few drops to your favorite moisturizer or body lotion.
Comfort oil is on sale now at 30% off when you sign-up for free shipping for life as a preferred customer! You're probably already doing it with Amazon Prime, this is just the toxin-free version. What are you waiting for? Start here.
Did you know you can enjoy a free product each month? This foot therapy cream is just the thing to get pedi-ready for spring. I don't know about you, but here in New England I am happy to think warmer thoughts right about now. Here is my in-home pedi to get sandal ready!
1. Soak your feet and relax with my foot therapy soak. The soak includes dead sea salt, which is a gentle, natural exfoliate that removes dead skin. Its minerals rich formula will soften skin and restore hydration. It will absorb dirt, grime and toxins to cleanse your skin's pores. While you're relaxing, you may want to try my weekly go-to, a charcoal detox face mask.
2. File your toenails and exfoliate your feet with a pumice stone or one of our sugar scrubs. You can try lemon, pink grapefruit, or for a limited time, lavender.
3. Pat your feet dry and moisturize. Try massaging our foot therapy cream into your heels. Push back your cuticles then apply your favorite nail polish. The beneficial organic blend of essential oils in the cream include tea tree and cedarwood. Tea tree oil has healing qualities, known for thousands of years. It has so many anti-viral and anti-fungal benefits. Fun fact: the Australian army puts it in soldiers' first aid kits. Tea tree oil can also treat minor wounds, encourage healing, and prevent infection.
Cedarwood oil reduces inflammation, skin peeling and acts as an antiseptic on wounds. I love the woodsy scent. I made a rollerball of jojoba and cedarwood for my husband to replace his toxic cologne. You could add sweet orange to that to kick it up a notch.
Looking for some less toxic nail polish options? Check-in to the Liz Lounge for some of my favorites.
Wife, boymom, and lifestyle consultant. I empower families to live their ideal lifestyle. I leaped from executive assistant to stay at home mom to running my own business. I love what I do and want to lead you to health and wealth.