Inhale Exhale Aromatherapy Roller Blend
Formulated by a certified aromatherapist, this essential oil blend is made to help support the respiratory system & may help improve breathing. Inhale Exhale is a cooling, fresh blend of Eucalyptus globulus, White Camphor, Peppermint, & Black Spruce at a 3% dilution in sunflower oil.
Directions for Safe Use: Gently shake your roller bottle & remove the cap before use. Before using for the first time, conduct a patch test to ensure that no sensitivities or irritations occur. If your patch test goes well, apply roller blend for aromatherapy benefits to inner wrists, temples, behind the ears, and/or on the bottom of feet. Essential oil blends can also be applied to sore muscles, problem areas, the chest, or ankles. Avoid applying essential oil blends too close to the eyes, nose, mouth, or other sensitive areas. Wash off thoroughly if irritation occurs. This blend is NOT intended for internal use & is NOT safe to ingest.
**Keep essential oil blends away from children & pets. Use caution if you are taking any medications as some essential oils may interact negatively with medications. Seek medical advice from a licensed professional if you have medical issues or are taking medications before using. This blend is NOT child safe! If you are interested in a child safe blend please send us an email & we will see if we can accommodate your request. Please know custom blends are NOT included in this listing & may cost more AND have longer production times than pre-formulated blends already in our store.
If you would like a custom aromatherapy essential oil blend for a specific wellness goal please check out our custom aromatherapy consultation section. Each private aromatherapy consultation includes a FREE 10mL roller bottle.
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