The Amazing Barrier Oil Blend!

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I know we shouldn't keep being surprised about all the amazing discoveries we keep making about Essential Oils.  After all, our Awesome God, who created all these wonderful plants in the first place, is The Great Physician!!
SO, since God created these amazing plants, with these amazing healing properties, I am excited to learn as much about them as possible, and I hope that you will learn something also.  We can put these naturally healing plants to work for us.
Bare Market’s Barrier Oil is a blend of five essential oils:  sweet orange, clove bud, cinnamon, rosemary and eucalyptus.  All five of these oils have very strong anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and immune-boosting properties.   Working together in one recipe, they are a powerhouse of immune support.  Barrier Oil can be diffused in your home to boost your immune system and sanitize the air and surfaces of your home.  It can be diluted and massaged directly into your skin to again boost your immune system to help prevent infections and also to fight the symptoms of illnesses if you do get sick.  Every time our bodies fight off illnesses without the intervention of medications and drugs, our immune systems actually grow stronger.  So enabling our own bodies to fight infections instead of covering up symptoms is SO beneficial to our long-term health.


It can be difficult to keep up with all the information out there, and overwhelming to think about implementing all of the things you want to do.  With this in mind, we've developed a line of Barrier Oil products that makes using this powerhouse recipe easy to use.  We hope you’ll try something today!
I've posted a video of my daughters applying the Barrier oil roll-on to their own feet.  If you allow your children to do this themselves, make sure you help them wash their hands well immediately afterwards so they don't smear it into their eyes--IT WILL STING!!  IF this does happen, wash their hands first, then massage any carrier oil (olive, grapeseed, coconut, etc.) into the area that is irritated until the irritation subsides.




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