Bravery In A Bottle: Monster Vapor Review & Giveaway 1/31 Daily US

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I have been a stay-at-home Mom for the past 11 years. It is the hardest, but most rewarding job I have had in my life.

I developed 4 products to help children with common childhood fears and issues – monsters, the dark, storms, lack of courage when needed most (such as doctor/dentist appointments), and homesickness.

They have worked like a charm on my daughter and son. They have saved me from sleepless nights and squelched many tears. I want to share the bliss with all parents and help all children suffering from common childhood fears.

Fears are very common in children between the ages of three and eight. They can be triggered by anything from hearing a scary story, seeing scary images, or the fact that children are becoming aware of death and their vulnerability.

Children tend to feel small and often powerless. The world can seem big, frightening, and confusing. Vivid imaginations contribute to their fears. The symbol for the things children find scary and feel might harm them, manifests itself in the form of “monsters.”

The best way to solve childhood fears is to give children the feeling of control and power over what is frightening to them. An excellent way to overcome these fears is to tell the child a story about a protective monster that watches over them. In addition, a picture of a friendly monster – like our awesome logo Winston – is superb in helping them frighten away the “bad” monsters.

Aromatherapy sprays with essential oils create an actual soothing effect. Give them “bravery in a bottle”. Empowering children is key to overcoming their fears.

With creativity, love, and support children can conquer their fears.

Aside from being able to vaporize monsters, squash storms, infuse courage, and stave off homesickness – our sprays have a multitude of functionality.



Aside from being able to vaporize monsters, squash storms, infuse courage, and stave off homesickness – our sprays have a multitude of functionality.

Antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory

Soothe and heal insect bites

Insect repellent

When applied to temples – can soothe headaches

Aid in sleep and relaxation

Dust mites & bed bugs are repelled by essential oils. Our sprays are an excellent pillow/bed spray.

They can be used:
To heal minor skin burns and sunburns
As an anti-bacterial and antifungal.

The essential oil blends enable our sprays to:

Treat bruises, insect bites, sores, swelling

Fight acne – it is an anti-oxidant and astringent

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Lavender – Treats migraines, headaches, anxiety, depression, nervous tensions, and emotional stress.  Induces sleep.  Excellent pain reliever.  Boosts immunity.  Bug repellent.

Lemon – Relieves stress.  Combats insomnia.  Boosts the immune system.

Mandarin – Antiseptic, nervous relaxant, sedative, boosts the immune system.

Rosewood – Antidepressant, antiseptic, analgesic, insecticide.

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I really like the whole idea behind Bravery in a Bottle. I got the Monster Vapor and I can say the bottle works. My niece who is going to be 5 was very scared to sleep in her room alone even though her parents were feet away in the front room watching TV. Well I brought over the Monster Vapor and told her all about it. That night when it was bed time we sprayed her room with the Monster Vapor and the smell was really nice and  after awhile I myself found to be more relaxed. Well my niece went to sleep clutching the bottle. I can say she fell asleep in her own bed and she even slept through the night. Now a few weeks later she is sleeping in her room without any fits being thrown. The Monster Vapor sits on her dresser by her bed and every once in awhile she will re spray where she thinks the monsters hide. I never thought a product like this was around nor did I think it would work like it did. I wish this was around when my son was little. I had him climbing in bed with me till he was 7.

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Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win Bravery in a Bottle in their choice from: Monster Vapor, Storm Squasher, Feeling Campy, or Courage Concoction. This is open to US and ends 1/31/13 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter. It only takes one entry to win!

Good Luck, SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways readers! Thanks for entering!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Disclaimer: I got the Monster Vapor free to do this product review and was not paid for my response. Please note that SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize.

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41 thoughts on “Bravery In A Bottle: Monster Vapor Review & Giveaway 1/31 Daily US

  1. I love that the smells are soothing, and will help calm the child's fears!    =)    My daughter has a thing with monsters right now!

  2. I love the fact that they are actual aromatherapy sprays.  So they will naturally calm your child down while your child's imgination can run wild thinking they've just slayed the big bad monster!

  3. I would choose the Monster Vapor.  I have three girls who are afraid of monsters/"the dark".  This would come in handy!!!

  4. I would like which ever one helps with acne. I'm reading all of them but I don't see which one it is. But your review says it helps with that!

  5. I would get the feelin campy one because my daughter is highly allergic to mosquito bites and I like natural alternatives rather than chemicals

  6. Storm Squasher sounds awesome because we get wicked storms here, but my little ones are practical, and would wonder why it wasn't making a storm go away…LOL…  so the Monster Vapor would def be the way to go ­čÖé

  7. I love that these are all basically just combinations of essential oils…something we use around here anyway ­čÖé

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