3 things you can do to protect you from coronavirus…

This is a useful article to read to discover what to do to prevent Coronavirus and what’s a waste of time. Find out which hand washes work and which don’t. The high alcohol content gels and soaps can lead to excessive dryness and skin cracking, which can let virueses in… Read on.

1. Keep yourself healthy

Boosting your immune system by keeping yourself is the best way to avoid catching this virus.

Eating healthily and not using synthetic chemical skin products are two of the best ways to do this. Did you know that the many unhealthy chemicals are in shower gels… shampoos… lotions… creams? Even sunblocks put stress on your immune system. If there’s any sunshine get out in it and top up your vital Vitamin D levels.

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2. Essential oils can and do penetrate the shell of viruses (like alcohol)

For essential oils to work against viruses, they need to on or around the cells they are trying to protect, critically, they need to be a therapeutic unadulterated version and not simply aroma oils.

Our products are full of therapeutic grade essential oils them but we don’t use harsh synthetic chemicals which avoids putting your immune system under pressure, instead, our product actually strengthen the immune system!

To read more about how essential oils affect viruses,  read this article in Science Direct

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3. East more plants! Boost your immune system and benefit your health with extra vitamins. All our body and face oils have been shown by a university testing centre to have a huge amount of concentrated plant vitamins and benefits for health. As an extra boost, get on the cider vinegar shots check out our ‘well-being’ range.

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So what are you wasting your time with?

1. Essential oil burners or vaporisers: any benefits of the essential oil are lost in the air, plus many vaporising oils are merely aroma oils and have no therapeutic benefit at all!

2. Hand sanitisers: Professor John Oxford, a Virologist at Queen Mary’s School of Medicine says he always uses our type of Luxury Handwash after discovering studies on the dangers of using ‘medically prescribed hand sanitisers and gels. Scientists have warned that using high alcohol content gels and soaps can lead to excessive dryness and skin cracking because of the high levels of petrochemicals in them. This cracking can leave the body vulnerable to viruses entering through the cracked skin. Many anti-virus sanitisers are useless they are anti-bacterial compounds and are therefore powerless against viruses such as cornavirus.

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