Friday, March 4, 2011

Ultimate Tonic Lotion with Frankincense & Patchouli

Patchouli and frankincense have been used as a tonic for the skin for thousands of years. This herbal synergy, designed to tone the skin and reduce the signs of aging, effectively restores healthy skin tissue. The lotion is beneficial to use for dry, sensitive skin, for preventing wrinkles, stretch marks and reducing the appearance of scars. The potential benefit of this blend is to help stimulate cell turnover and dissolve cellulite by restoring healthy skin, it aids in residual salt and toxin removal from the body. This lotions aromatherapy has positve physiological effects for relaxing the mind of negative thoughts and to calm turbulent emotions. The virtue from this lotion is clarity of thought and concentration. The Ultimate Tonic Lotion is great for men and women. Enjoy, The Skin Care Guardian

4 comments:

  1. Frankincense Oil - Frankincense Pure Essential Oil, popular since ancient times, is a natural comforting and elevating oil. Frankincense Essential Oils anti-septic and astringent properties make it useful for the skin.

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  2. Nice. Is it sold in my country, Indonesia? By the way, I wan to share my articles about essential oils especially from Indonesia: patcouli oils, vetiver oils, lemongrass oils, clove oils, nutmeg oils, ginger oils, cananga oils, cajuput oils, kaffir lime oils, fennel oils, cinnamon oils, jasmine oils, quality of essential oils, essential oils price, essential oils processing, essential oils distillation, essential oils enfluerage, essential oils refining, essential oils deodoritation, raw material of essential oils, essential oils benefits, essential oils suppliers, etc. at:
    http://indonesia-essential-oils.blogspot.com/
    Thanks.

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  3. I really love this oil too.
    I bought mine at this site:

    http://www.essentialoils4life.com/

    They sell really good and cheap oils, you and everyone should try it too :)

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