The suggested Essential Oils for June
In June some clients hayfever and allergies can start or escalate, I would highly recommend Tri-Ease softgels. These can be taken in the morning and the evening too for the 1st week and then go down to just 1 per day. They are capsules that contain Lemon, Peppermint and Lavender Essential Oils.
Here is some further information that I hope you will find interesting www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-triease-softgels. You can also use the oils in a diffuser by adding 1 drop of each Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint.
As the days get warmer and longer plus all the school sporting activities Deep Blue is a 1st Aid Kit essential to have. My top selling product is the Deep Blue rub as this is so easy to apply and rub onto the area of concern. We also have the oil that can be massaged into the area or a drop added to the bath.
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School trips are also very common at this time of the year and many usually involve being outside camping, trekking, fishing so would highly recommend Terrashield. This comes in a spray and in a 250 drop 15ml bottle. You can add a drop to any suncream or evening moisture cream or with the spray you just spray on.
Here is some further information
Lavender is always a good choice all year around to support many issues such as burns, bites, skin irritations, sleep, calming and also Eczema.
Correct-X is a great all around ointment to help with cuts, scratches and really supports the healing process. It contains great oils such as Frankincense, lavender and Melaleuca. It sooths, calms and nourishes the skin. www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-correct-x.
On Guard is always a favourite in our house all year around and we have a new item to the collection too – it is the On Guard mist spray. Perfect for having in your handbag when you are out and about to ensure your hands stay clean. www.doterra.com/US/en/blog/product-spotlight-onguard-sanitizing-mist.