Essential Oils, Healthy Lifestyle, Sun protection

Sun Safety

There is a lot of controversy about whether we should expose skin to sun and UV rays. I believe there should be balance in this, as with all areas of life. Too much sun can definitely damage the skin, but we do need a certain amount to help boost our levels of vitamin D3.

The trick is knowing when to cover up. This weekend I was working in the garden. At one point, I realized it was time to protect my northern Minnesota skin from over-exposure. The result was a nice tan and no burn!

There is another problem and that is the toxic chemicals found in most sun screens and sunblock products. I prefer to make my own and have safely used it for several years now. I apply this prior to going out in the sun. Here is my recipe:

  • 10 drops Lavender essential oil
  • 5 drops Helechrysum essential oil
  • 3 drops Roman Chamomile essential oil
  • 1 ounce Avacado Oil

I saw this recipe in the Young Living Essential Edge Newsletter recently. It also looks like a wonderful option.

Sunblock from Stacey Vonn

Now if you over-do it and get a sunburn, you might find some fabulous relief from applying LavaDerm Cooling Mist or Lavender Essential Oil. I only suggest Young Living’s Lavender, as most other brands are cut with Lavindin, which actually can make a burn or sunburn worse. You really need to know and trust your source.



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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Information, products and/or techniques mentioned is provided for educational purposes and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with the health authorities of your choice. The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. Don’t expect the same results unless you are using Young Living Therapeutic grade essential oils and supplements. The author assumes no responsibility to or liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use or misuse of any information provided here.


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