Skin

Irritation From An Essential Oil?

Essential-oils-irritations-thenaturalhealthdictionary.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Essential-oils-irritations--scaled.jpeg

We’ve all done it. Ended up spilling or applying undiluted essential oils onto our skin. Perhaps, with all the good caution in the world, you spilled an oil while measuring. (One of our staff once spilled an 8 ounce “pour bottle” of Pink Grapefruit onto her blue jeaned lap…this possibility is why not only do we have an emergency eyebath fountain on the production floor, but a walk in shower in our restroom.) Perhaps you were told that oils could be applied undiluted, or you were given a roller bottle with not enough fixed oil for a safe dilution.

Aromatic Skincare

Skincare -https://thenaturalhealthdictionary.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Skincare-1-1.jpg

Please do your research on the specific safe usage guidelines for any essential oils used on delicate facial skin. We recommend at most a 1 to a 1.5% dilution for “leave-on” skincare products, and do not feel that any of the harsher irritating essential oils have any place in a skincare routine.

Collagen For Joints And Skin

collagen for joints and skin - the natural health dictionary.com - Happy-Flex-pot-500x500

Cartilage and bone health are important for long-term mobility and vitality.
Happy-Flex Combination has been formulated to provide a tailored combination of glucosamine HCL, methylsulphonylmethane (MSM), vitamin C and other herbal and food-based ingredients, including: turmeric extract (95% curcumin), nettle leaf, Montmorency cherry, Panax ginseng, apple cider vinegar powder, bromelain, horsetail herb, kelp, papain, rosehip and ginger root – all in one formula!