Back-To-School: Create the Best Study Environment for Kids at Home with Essential Oils
With school back in full swing, kids will begin bringing home projects, assignments and study guides in no time. Help them focus and get in a productive groove by creating a peaceful, harmonious atmosphere when they get off the bus at the end of the school day.
Mannatech’s Essential Oils offer a natural approach by ushering in pleasing aromas made from the purest of nature’s ingredients. Whether in kindergarten or high school, students are sure to benefit from these sweet fragrances that can enhance their study areas without using harsh chemicals.
Here’s how to use Essential Oils to welcome the kids home from school:
- Use Mannatech’s Serenity Home Diffuser to release Lemon and Eucalyptus Oils through your entryway. This can help wake up and revive your weary students after a long day in the classroom.
- If your student is stressed about an upcoming exam, diffuse Lavender Oil in their bedroom to help them get some much needed rest and perform at their best.
- Sometimes kids wait until the last minute to study and are forced to pull an all-nighter. Help them feel energized and rejuvenated through the late hours by diffusing Peppermint Oil at their study spot.
- Peppermint Oil is also great to mix with a carrier oil, such as Mannatech’s Sweet Almond and Aloe Carrier Oil or Fractionated Coconut and Aloe Carrier Oil, and massage on temples or achy muscles to soothe the senses.
- For students that are feeling a bit rundown, use Mannatech’s No. 1 Protective Blend to help support their overall health. Add a few drops with a carrier oil and rub on the chest to better absorb the oil and reinvigorate the body.
- To help your child calm down after playtime outside and get to work on important homework assignments, try diffusing Orange Oil to relax and relieve with a calming aroma.
Purchase one of Mannatech’s Essential Oils Serenity Kits today to have everything you need to help foster the peaceful home environment of your dreams for your students.