First Aid is an essential part of any home's first aid kit.
Waterloo, ON (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Aromatic Health is offering 20% off their First Aid essential oil blend, for the month of August. First Aid is a combination of the organic essential oils of tea tree (melaleuca alternifolia) and lavender (lavandula angustifolia).
First Aid can be used for a number of conditions, including cuts, burns, scrapes and insect bites. This combination of essential oils can also be used for many types of skin infections such as chicken pox and athlete’s foot, skin irritations and rashes, and where ever an infection is present.
In addition to skin conditions, First Aid can be used for cold sores, yeast infections, wounds and lice. First Aid is an essential part of any home's first aid kit, due to its versatility.
Tea tree is antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic and will prevent infection.
Lavender is antiseptic, analgesic and soothing. It can be applied neat (undiluted) to burns and they will heal without scarring or blistering.
To ensure the quality of an essential oil, compare prices, choose organic when possible and be sure that the species of the plant is noted. Fragrance oils are synthetic and do not contain the therapeutic properties from the plant, as essential oils do.
Michelle Reynolds founded Aromatic Health in 2003, after seeking alternatives to help heal common ailments and natural skin care products. Aromatic Health focuses on the benefits of clinical aromatherapy, or essential oil therapy.
At Aromatic Health, all products are hand made, using only pure and organic essential oils and raw ingredients. All products are cruelty free and do not contain synthetic fragrances, parabens, petrochemicals or preservatives. Their product lines include Aromatherapeutic, Mother & Child, Skin Care and Gift Sets.
To learn more about Aromatic Health and their products, visit http://www.aromatichealthshop.ca, call 519-498-9851, or email info(at)aromatichealth(dot)ca.
Michelle Reynolds, Aromatic Health's sole proprietor, is a resident of Waterloo, ON.