Essential oils you will want to incorporate into your beauty routine
Essential oils sometimes get a lot of bad press, but they shouldn't when used as an ingredient in all natural and nearly natural skin care products. According to Grindtv.com the following essential oils are a great way to get started using and seeing the benefits of essential oils.
Thyme has an extensive laundry list of benefits to the body, including killing infections and bacteria and relieving stress and anxiety. Try one of our vegan, natural bath and body products at mountainlaurelboutique.com=thyme
Eye opening eucalyptus will energize your day while hemp, shea butter and a wonderful base cleanse your skin. Eucalyptus and tea tree essential oils are known for their medicinal properties in anti-fungal and anti-staph capabilities. Peppermint leaves are added for additional exfoliation. An intense experience to remember. Try one of our vegan, natural bath and body products at mountainlaurelboutique.com=eucalyptus
Lavender essential oil is known to be analgesic, antidepressant, antiseptic, and antiviral as well as a bactericide, decongestant, deodorant, and fungicide. Lavender is also known to soothe minor burns and sunburn. Try any of our vegan, natural bath and body products at mountainlaurelboutique.com=lavender
Jojoba oil is primarily lauded for its skin benefits, and although it is great for moisturizing, the oil also accelerates the healing of wounds. Try one of our vegan, natural bath and body products at mountainlaurelboutique.com=jojoba
Peppermint essential oil is known for its cooling, analgesic, anesthetic, decongestant, emmenagogue, insecticide and stimulating properties. *Can irritate skin and mucous membranes, so avoid contact with eyes, inside of nose and sensitive areas. Try one of our vegan, natural bath and body products at mountainlaurelboutique.com=peppermint
- Laura Zannis