Young Living KidScents line consists of 5 essential oil blends for our little ones.
GeneYus™ is an excellent blend to apply and diffuse for young minds that are focusing and concentrating on projects. This is a great oil blend to put in your kids’ backpack, so they can use it during class or study sessions. Add a roller fitment to the top of the bottle and have your children apply it to the back of their neck or on their wrists while they are studying at school or working on homework!
This blend includes:
- Coconut Oil
- Sacred Frankincense: Grounding and uplifting
- Blue Cypress: Soothing to the skin
- Cedarwood: Calming and grounding
- Idaho Blue Spruce: Pleasing evergreen aroma that relaxes mind and body
- Palo Santo: Inspiring and uplifting
- Melissa: Grassy, sweet lemon scent that is pleasant, uplifting, and encouraging.
- Northern Lights Black Spruce: Rich, woodsy, and invigorating scent
- Sweet Almond oil
- Bergamot: Uplifting and calming
- Myrrh: Rich, smoky, balsamic aroma that is purifying, restorative, revitalizing, and uplifting
- Vetiver: Earthy and grounding
- Geranium: Calming and peaceful
- Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood: Warm, woodsy, sweet aroma
- Ylang Ylang: Sweet, soft and calming
- Hyssop: A biblical oil that is fresh, woodsy scent that is slightly sweet
- Coriander: Sweet, warm, herbaceous scent that is calming and gently uplifting.
- Rose: Encourages feelings of positive self-reflection
How to use: The recommended application is for children ages 2-12; to be applied only by a trusted adult or under adult supervision.
• Diffuse up to 1 hour, 3 times daily. Try using it in your Diffuser!
• Directly inhale.
• Apply 2-4 drops directly. Dilution is not required, except for the most sensitive skin.
• Massage on the back of neck or along wrists before study sessions.
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