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Soft and Therapeutic Hand Sanitizer

August 04, 2016 4 Comments

Soft and Therapeutic Hand Sanitizer

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This is the easiest, healthiest most luxurious hand sanitizer you'll ever come across! 1 + 1 = clean, soft and therapeutic. Find out why both ingredients are superstars in their own right!   Organic Rosehip Seed Oil is high in linoleic acid, it's special in many ways but as a hand sanitizer and/or as part of your oil cleansing routine you'll appreciate this "dry" oil that goes after the grime without stripping your natural oils which in turn, prevents your skin from overreacting and producing more oil. FYI - I love the simplicity of oil cleansing and how my skin feels afterwards, soft and moisturized rather than dry and in need of a thick moisturizer. "Linoleic acid has become increasingly popular in the beauty products industry because of its beneficial properties on the skin. Research points to linoleic acid's anti-inflammatory, acne reductive, and moisture retentive properties when applied topically on the skin."   Did you catch that Rosehip Seed Oil is a "dry" oil?  A huge plus as the carrier oil in a hand sanitizer because this nourishing, natural nutraceutical absorbs quickly with no greasy residue left behind, only silky smooth hands.

 

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Whether we like it or not, school's starting soon and you know what that means - cold and flu season begins! Everyone, including kids and adults should be extra vigilant with hand washing, learning not to touch their face, especially eyes, nose and mouth unless hands are clean. This is just a good habit to develop for the very young all the way up to our lovely and sometimes fragile elderly. Why not keep your natural oils, sanitize your hands and moisturize your skin, cuticles and nails in one step?

The anti-microbial benefits of CW Lavender Thieves Blend complete the formula. It's an Immunity Protective essential oil blend that has antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral and anti-infectious properties to stimulate the immune system and guard against sore throats, cold and flu and respiratory illness, you want this for your family!  This blend has a spicy yet herbal aroma and is nothing short of wonderful in the diffuser!

In case you didn't know, one of the most valuable benefits of pure essential oils is their ability to kill a virus. Yes, you heard that right KILL a virus and, without side effects mind you!  This reason alone makes essential oils universally beneficial for all mankind because our bodies battle bacterial and viral infections daily. Additionally, more virulent strains of bacterial infection like MRSA are growing increasingly resistant to antibiotics.  But here’s the kicker… Traditional prescription antibiotics cannot kill a virus, did you know that?  However, our ever generous planet offers us a superhero solution to the complex health hazard of antibiotic resistance – essential oils.  It’s so simple it’s almost unbelievable but it’s true, spend some time with Google and learn for yourself.

    FYI – I made sure this blend wouldn’t be a problem for little hands that rub their eyes.  I tried rubbing my eyes after sanitizing my hands and all was well, no burn.

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    ingredients
    Directions
    1. Add Lavender Thieves Blend to bottle of Rosehip Seed Carrier Oil. Tip back and forth to blend.
    2. Two pumps on hands, wring hands together.
    3. This blend will absorb quickly and leave your hands feeling soft while eradicating bacteria.

    Recipe By: CampWander




    4 Responses

    Susan Williams
    Susan Williams

    May 10, 2017

    Is Lavender thieves blend safe for a year old baby?

    Rebecca
    Rebecca

    May 10, 2017

    You can use your own EOs and your own carrier oil – the important thing is to make it and use it :)

    Linda Benson
    Linda Benson

    May 10, 2017

    Is this something I can make at home? I have lavender, theives. No cold pressed rose hips. How expensive is this? How long can I expect it to last?.

    Rebecca
    Rebecca

    May 10, 2017

    Highly diluted and used topically on the bottoms of feet, yes. In the diffuser, yes. I would recommend using Lavender Thieves Salve topically for baby.

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