5 Minutes to help Blisters with Essential Oils

5 Minutes to heal blisters with essential oils

Blisters are painful sores where fluid collects under the skin. Usually caused by friction, they can heal quickly and with less pain with Essential Oils.

How to use Essential Oils for Blisters                                                               

  • Purification-Dilute 50:50 and apply 2 drops to blister as needed up to four times a day.
  • Lavender-Apply to blister.
  • Tea TreeDilute 50:50 and apply 2 drops to blister as needed up to four times a day.
  • Chamomile-Roman or German. Apply two drops to blister as needed.

Testimonial quote

I had two blisters on my hand from raking the yard without wearing gloves. I put a couple of drops of Purification oil on the blisters two different times that day (don’t know why I chose Purification). The large blister broke open a day later. It is now two days later – both blisters are now only red spots on my hand, they are completely covered with soft skin. I don’t recall having had blisters heal that quickly in the past. I’ve been using Young Living oils for years, I’m still amazed by them!

Source: Oily Testimonials


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