Five Uses for Frankinsence


 It promotes feelings of relaxation

Frankincense users love the emotional balance that the oil provides as it promotes feelings of relaxation, peace, and overall wellness. You’ll find yourself reaching for Frankincense oil whenever you want to balance your mood or promote a peaceful environment. Try diffusing Frankincense after a long day, or add it to your favorite diffuser blend for added relaxation.

It supports healthy cellular function

Frankincense has long been used for its extensive health benefits. The complex chemistry of Frankincense oil is designed to support different types of cells within the body, which means you can use it to promote healthy cellular function.

It supports healthy immune function

In addition to promoting good cellular health, you can also use Frankincense to support healthy immune function within the body—particularly when seasonal or environmental threats are high. From the first use, you will love the benefits that the purifying properties of Frankincense provide. Try adding Frankincense to your immune supporting oil blend, or try the Frankincense roller bottle from the touch kit to easily apply the oil when and where your body needs extra support.

It supports healthy skin

You’ll love the benefits that Frankincense oil holds for the skin. Frankincense can purify and rejuvenate the skin while helping to reduce the appearance of skin imperfections. Once you experience these skin-perfecting benefits, Frankincense will soon become a regular part of your skincare routine. Try adding Frankincense to your daily moisturizer, or make your own moisturizer or lotion with Frankincense. 

It is perfect when paired with other oils and can support your yoga or meditation routine

Do you enjoy yoga, meditation, or other relaxing activities? If so, you’ll love the relaxing and calming properties of Frankincense that can help to soothe the body and mind during quiet activities. You’ll love how the unique scent of Frankincense blends with oils like Lemon, Lime, Lavender, Cypress, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Wild Orange, and more.

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