Friday, September 4, 2009

What's Really In Sunbreeze Oil?

Sunbreeze Oil


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I wrote in a previous post about Sunbreeze Oil about how this essential oil is a great product for people who have a stiff neck and tight achy shoulder muscles, like I used to have. I started thinking, though, and I know what goes on my skin goes in my body. So I wanted to know what's really in Sunbreeze Oil...

What's in Sunbreeze Oil? 5 natural ingredients... menthol, camphor, cassia, mint extract, eucalyptus. You can easily recognize menthol and camphor from their minty smell.

What's out? Sunbreeze does not contain man made ingredients, chemicals, or synthetic aromas.

100% pure and natural ingredients.

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*Sunbreeze Oil Natural Ingredients
Menthol, Camphor, Cassia Oil, Mint Extract, Eucalyptus Oil.



Menthol
Menthol is derived from peppermint oil or other varieties of the mint family.
Cassia Oil
Cassia has been used in China for thousands of years. Also known as Chinese Cinnamon.

Mint Extract
Mint extract is a cooling, relaxing herb.

Eucalyptus Oil
Eucalyptus is an excellent rub for muscular aches and pains and it has been widely used for many years by athletes.
Camphor
Camphor has been used in a variety of ways throughout history.

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