Through The Fog…

Clear Skin All YearI’ve written a lot about how much editing I have had to do on this website because of compliance issues, and today my topic is going to have to be partly covered in a sort of fog. There are still certain words and phrases that I can’t use so please bear with me on this. ~ doTERRA has a lot of essential oils that are wonderful for the skin, including Frankincense, Lavender, Melaleuca, Helichrysum, Myrrh, Arborvitae, Geranium, Lemon, and our skin cleansing blend. A few of these oils come in real handy when we do something to our body, like walking into a table, that has our skin plumping up and forming discoloration. Sometimes these marks can last for a few days, or worse, a few weeks. If you are a person who likes to wear shorts, then you have to deal with the marks on your body until they fade away. Well, what if there were some essential oils that could help to naturally speed up this process, would it be of interest to you? I know it was something I was curious about so learning about this tip was one I wanted to share. By applying certain oils directly on the compromised skin you will start the fading process quickly which is the result we hope for. The oils to use for this issue are: White Fir, Roman Chamomile, Geranium, Helichrysum, and the Deep Blue oil and/or Rub. Apply any of these topically, right on the place of concern. If you have sensitive skin you can dilute any of the oils with a carrier oil like our fractionated coconut oil, or extra virgin olive oil. ~ If you have any specific questions about any issue, email me and I can answer with no ‘fog’ to cut through. 🙂

Have a great day!    Jana

** I just received a text from a woman also in doTERRA, Rita, who shared that she has had great results with this issue by using Lemongrass oil. I love when readers write in to me! Please feel free to follow Rita’s lead! 🙂      ~ my official doTERRA website!

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