After a particularly stressful Monday, I picked up #PhytopiaUSA Tranquility essential oil and placed a few drops on my wrists and rubbed it in. With my feet propped in the window sill, the calm settled in, replacing the anxiety and pressure of deadlines, dropped calls, and deleted emails.
I love the smell of candles in my home, three different body washes are in my shower and my bathroom counter is full of body spray and scented lotions. However, I’ve never used essential oils to address health issues or mental/emotional stress. I was surprised at the strength of the scent in just a few drops. Some may find it overpowering, but for me, it was instantly calming and relaxing. The time to rub it in on my wrists gave me a few minutes to breathe and refocus. I was able to come back to my day with a renewed energy.
The oil uses Olive, Jojoba, Sunflower and Evening Primrose as carriers for Orange Sweet, Geranium, and Rose which creates an equally sweet and revitalizing bouquet. The oil is light and absorbs quickly without leaving a heavy residue. As a new user, I am leaving this bottle on my desk for repeat treatments of a mini stay-at-my-desk escape moments.
However, I can see using a few drops of this oil right before bed to settle a restless body and mind or as part of a home spa therapy session in body lotions, warmers and baths.
Texas Forest Country Living received this product free of charge for an unbiased review. You may purchase it HERE.
- Misty Boggs is the Creative Director at MSGPR. She lives in Angelina County and is pursuing her bachelor's degree in Public Relations and a minor in Creative Writing at Stephen F. Austin State University. Between studying and working, she enjoys teaching her niece and nephew the fine art of never growing old.
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