Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set
Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set
Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set
Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set
Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set
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Sleepy Head time for bed oily soapy Gift Set

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Help your sweet sleepy head get ready for bed with this bedtime bath and body gift set.

 This gift set includes-

2 oz Sleepy Bath Oil (Ages 1+)
ingredients-
Lavender
Cedarwood
Vetiver
Sweet Almond Oil


Sleepy Moon Soap (Ages 1+)
ingredients
Goat Milk &
Buttermilk Soap
Lavender
Chamomile

10 ml Sleepy Oil Roller (Ages 1+)
ingredients-
Lavender
Chamomile
Sweet Almond Oil


2 oz Sleepy Balm (Ages 3+)
ingredients-
Beeswax. Coconut
oil, Shea butter,
Lavender, Tangerine,
Bergamot, Cypress
Geranium, Frankincense,
Chamomile, Clary
Sage, and Copaiba 

this balm has a higher concentration of oils and is best used for preschool age and older. 

PLEASE READ-

Essential oils and children-

Just like adults, children can benefit from aromatherapy through a properly diluted topical application. However, caution should be used since children may have unknown allergies that will make use of certain essential oils off-limits for them, even essential oils that may be deemed generally safe for children of their age.
That being said, you should always exercise caution when introducing children to essential oils. When in doubt, get it approved by a licensed practitioner before use. These products have been diluted with sweet almond oil at the properly suggested dilution ratios for children. Dilution ratios for children for both diffusion and topical application are much lower than those for adults, as children are more susceptible to the effects of some essential oils.


Also note that an allergy to tree nuts would make sweet almond oil unacceptable for your child, and in that case substitution can be made with fractionated coconut oil.

Never ever put essential oils directly in the ears, eyes or nose. Along those lines, when you apply essential oils topically on the kids, make sure they can’t touch the oils and then accidentally rub their eyes.

 Legal Disclaimer Statements regarding this item have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.