December’s Health and Wellness Product Roundup 2018

I get products sent to me daily to try out. I unfortunately don’t have time to do a post for each item that I get to review. So I want to make sure these items get seen and learned about. The only other solution I could see to do is to do a December’s Health and Wellness Product Roundup 2018 on the products I like and want my readers to know about. I hope you enjoy these as much as I and my other reviewers did.

Ylang Ylang essential oil serves as a natural health booster against severe stress and tension issues. An effective solution for both oily scalp and dry skin. Apply a few drops to shampoo, bath, massage oil and diffuser.

Key Benefits:

  • Induce relaxation
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Balance sebum on both scalp and skin

Blending:

Lavender, Bergamot, Geranium, Vetiver, Chamomile, Clary sage, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Neroli and Jasmine essential oil.

The ERGOfoot Gel massage insoles quickly adapt to fit any foot shape and shoe. They are designed to improve fit, stability, shock absorption and support of any athletic shoe, so you can train and play longer and harder without pain. High quality gel insoles, designed specifically for all day pain relief and comfort. Our design allows the gel to act like a spring that absorbs impact and relieves stress on high pressure areas. Makes for a higher quality of life. Especially useful for active individuals.

Myrrh essential oil is popular for meditation, to encourage relaxation and create a sense of wellbeing. Assist in maintaining healthy skin while clearing dry scalp and dandruff problems. Apply few drops to mouthwash, skin care, massage oil and diffuser.

Key Benefits:

  • Boost blood circulation and immune system
  • Promotes calmness and relieves stress
  • Natural expectorant for respiratory system
  • Improve digestion system
  • Restore clear skin and healthy scalp

Blending:

Frankincense, Lavender, Sandalwood, Clove, Lemon and Thyme essential oil.

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