Rescuer has a fresh, yet calming aroma that supports feelings of vitality and comfort. After a busy day of activity, apply Rescuer Soothing Blend for a relaxing sensation and to reduce feelings of tension. Roll Rescuer before bedtime to settle your children’s growing, tired legs. Store a bottle in your bathroom to be applied to their joints or temples for a comforting and soothing sensation after a busy day.
- Copaiba, Lavender, Spearmint, and Zanthoxylum are expertly combined with Fractionated Coconut Oil in a soothing blend
- Promotes comfort while being gentle enough for sensitive skin
- Rescuer is comforting and soothing to the skin
- Rescuer includes oils that can help you reduce feelings of tension
- Roll on to child’s legs after a strenuous activity.
- Apply to the back of neck to help reduce feelings of tension.
- Massage into shoulders, neck, and back for comforting feelings.
Full Ingredients List
Copaiba essential oil comes from a fragrant tropical tree native to South America. Since the 16th century, copaiba essential oil has been utilised in traditional health practices by the natives of north and northeastern Brazil. Copaiba oil is widely used in cosmetic products including soaps, creams, lotions, and perfumes because of its ability to soothe the skin. Apply topically combined with a carrier oil or a facial moisturiser to help support healthy-looking skin.
With its distinct aroma and countless applications, Lavender has become one of the most popular essential oils. Anciently, the Romans and Egyptians would use Lavender for bathing. Since that time, many have discovered the myriad of other benefits it holds. Lavender is widely used in cosmetics and perfumes for its ability to promote healthy, clean skin. Additionally, its calming properties are often used to relax the body and improve mood. Its versatile benefits make Lavender an oil to have on-hand everywhere you go.
Spearmint is a sweet, refreshing herb used as a flavouring around the world. It is widely used in gums, sweets, and dental products for its minty taste, and to promote fresh breath. Spearmint is very different from Peppermint and a milder option to use in food dishes. In cooking, Spearmint is frequently used in salads, drinks, and desserts, but it can also be used in homemade salad dressings and to marinate meats.
Keep out of reach of children under 3. Possible skin sensitivity. If under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Keep out of eyes, inner ears, mouth, and sensitive areas.