RECIPE

Swollen Varicose Vein Relief Massage Blend

This refreshing, soothing blend helps relieve swollen and painful veins.

If you suffer from sore, swollen varicose veins then this massage blend may be the relief you are looking for. This blend will not make the veins disappear, but these oils are known to help reduce the pain and inflammation caused by them.

This blend was created at a 2% dilution. I always recommend a small patch test to ensure there is no skin sensitivity.

 

 

Categories: Health & Wellness, Massage

Ingredients

2oz jojoba oil

20 drops cypress essential oilView Details

Cypress Essential Oil

SGD $20.00

In stock

Forever hold your peace with cypress oil. Its clean, fresh, slightly woodsy, balsamic aroma is known to bring peace during emotional transitions. The oil is used to treat pain and inflammation.

6 drops lemon essential oilView Details

Lemon Essential Oil

SGD $12.80

Out of stock

Lemon oil cuts through the blues like a hot knife through butter (and does the same to grease, FYI). This oil has a zesty and inspiring aroma that clears the mind. Known for improving concentration and supporting decision making,lemon oil is also handy in the home and kitchen. Emotionally, it lets in happiness and positive energy.

Supplies

1 pump bottleView Details

Amber Glass Pump Bottle 118ml (4oz)

SGD $4.00

In stock

Directions

Step 1 Add the essential oils and jojoba oil into your pump bottle.

Step 2 Twist the lid on and shake well to mix the oils.

Step 3 Apply 1-2 pumps (or 1 tsp) of the oil blend to the area of varicosity.

Step 4 Please note that this blend contains phototoxic oils. You should avoid exposing your skin to direct sunlight for 12hrs after applying this blend.

Step 5 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.

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Marra Hensby

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Fun Fact! Did you know…

1.) Inhaling essential oils stimulates the olfactory system, and therefore the central nervous system. (What a great way to calm down!)