Essential Oils have been around for centuries. There are a lot of health benefits that you can get by using Essential Oils, and there are various kinds that you can choose from. Essential Oils are often used for skin care and for good reason. Essential Oils can be used to rejuvenate the skin and promote smoother complexions like no clinically-composed or manufactured skin cream ever could. Essential Oils often help with skin conditions such as psoriasis or eczema.
Oh, I know what you are thinking… “I have my skin care products. Why change after all these years?”
Well, here may be a few reasons. According to the Think Dirty App that rates products on their personal toxicity, they’re all 10/10 on the dirty scale. Consider these facts from ewg.com.
1. Artificial fragrances, found in 90 percent of skin care products, can include any of three biosynthetic chemicals which can cause depression, hyperactivity and irritability.
2. Eighty-one percent of body care products marked “gentle or hypo-allergenic” contain ingredients proven to irritate skin, eyes and allergies.
3. More than 500 products sold in the United States contain ingredients banned in Japan, Canada and Europe.
4. Twenty-two percent of personal care products may be contaminated with the cancer-causing impurity l,4-dioxane.
I don’t want to alarm you, but with Essential Oils, you can achieve some of the same results in a more natural, healthy way. Essential Oils support your skin (your body’s largest organ) without preservatives, chemicals or harsh ingredients.
Essential Oils can help all skin types: dry skin, oily skin, aging skin, wrinkles, sensitive skin and blemish-prone skin.
Join me to learn more about Essential Oils and Skin Care. Classes will be held Saturday, July 7, at 11:00 a.m. and Saturday, July 14, at 11:00 a.m. We will even make a skincare product that you may take home. If you would like to host a class for some of your friends, I have some special hostess gifts for you. One-on-one classes may also be scheduled.
Please contact JoAnne Gaudioso by phone or text at 480-225-5224 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.