When I received these lovely products, I didn’t know what to try first! I was so excited to try natural and healthy things to help me feel better. All of these smell so great, too! My first choice was something to loosen up those sore muscles. So, I asked Hubby to apply the Muscle Soak Bath & Body Massage Oil on my upper back and shoulders. He rubbed it in and massaged the area. The aroma was heavenly and the muscles began to feel terrific! After a few minutes I could tell that the muscles were relaxed and felt “alive” from the essential oils. This Massage Oil includes Eucalyptus, Peppermint, and Lemongrass essential oils. The smell is moderate and wonderful. Because I have Mast Cell Disorder and can’t take strong smells, I can honestly say this smell is great and I haven’t had any rashes from it. The strongest smell of the three coming through is the Peppermint and I think this is my favorite. My morning migraine seems a little better from smelling this, too.
I have so many allergies, and hate taking all the medicines for them. I take many pills and nasal sprays, but still have a stuffy nose. Year-round allergies are hard to deal with. I’m even allergic to my-self. I was very curious to try the Inhalation Beads, and had never even known there was such a thing. Most of my nasal sprays give me a headache (while they clear my nose), and also contain steroids.
I followed the directions on the Sinus Help Inhalation Beads: filling the Reusable Pouch with the Inhalation Beads and held it to my nose. I sniffed and inhaled 3-4 times and the essential oils were strong. After a few seconds my nose was clearing. Then, my nose cleared completely! I was really amazed. As I’m writing now, my nose is still clear with no sniffing. Hubby is excited about the Sleep Ease Inhalation Beads. He has a hard time falling asleep, but doesn’t want to take drugs. This is the perfect solution. Both of these solutions use nothing but natural essential oils to help the body.
We all know that exfoliating our skin will bring out skin’s rosy glow, but did you know that Muscle Soak has a Sugar Salt Glow Body Scrub? They have combined the power of therapeutic Ocean minerals and organic sugar to reveal healthier looking skin. The essential oils used are:
Eucalyptus – inflammatory, decongestant, deodorant, antiseptic, antibacterial
Peppermint- soothes sore muscles, eases aches and pains
Lemongrass – energizes and tones the skin
This product is also:
Vegan – No animal testing – Biodegradable – Sulfate free – parabens free – phthalate free
What do you want to do when all your muscles and joints hurt? Soak in a warm tub? How about a bubble bath? With the Muscle Soak Foaming Bubble Bath you’re not just using a perfumed bath. Just like the Body Scrub, you’re experiencing the Eucalyptus, Peppermint, and Lemongrass to soothe sore muscles and restore flexibility. This formula is PH balanced, paraben free, Amide free, SLES, and SLS free. I love the scent of the combined essential oils and how relaxed I feel soaking in this bubble bath!
Natural mineral salts helps the nervous system, relieve stress, and can relieve water retention. Those are great reasons to try this wonderful Muscle Soak Ocean Mineral Bath Salts. When I poured some into the bath water, there was an instant aroma of Eucalyptus. It was wonderful to smell! I soaked in the tub and the water was very soothing and the aromatherapy was definitely relaxing. It is supposed to detoxify the skin and restore mineral balance via the skin. These are super benefits all from a relaxing tub bath.
I’ve really enjoyed using these fine bath and skin products, and have felt better after using them. Even though I suffer from severe skin allergies, I have had no skin reactions. It’s always so nice to find something new that I can use. I love that the products are natural and helpful for soothing aching muscles. My favorite was the Massage Oil. You can learn more about Aromafloria HERE. I think you would enjoy trying these for yourself!
@2016, copyright Lisa Ehrman
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I am not a medical expert. All opinions are 100% my own. If you need medical advice, please consult you personal physician.