A wonderful, aromatic way to beat stress and promote well-being
Serenity™ is a beautiful essential oil blend, composed of individual oils known for their calming properties. It’s a wonderful way to create a sense of well-being and relaxation.
Stress is a major contributor to illness and disease. In fact, it’s estimated that more than 90% of all visits to health care professionals are related to stress. Reducing stress and controlling its damaging effects is of keen interest in medical research and modern science has discovered the calming and healing attributes of pure essential oils. Recent studies have shown that essential oils actually reduce stress by calming the nervous system.
Serenity™, with its peaceful, renewing fragrance, is the perfect way to beat stress and face your world in a calmer, more peaceful manner.
With its subtle aroma, blending together the calming fragrances of Lavender, Sweet Marjoram, Roman Chamomile, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood and Vanilla bean, Serenity™ is ideal for aromatic diffusion or topical application.
How to use:
- Applied to the bottom of the feet at bedtime, Serenity is an excellent way to promote restful sleep.
- Added to a warm bath Serenity creates the perfect escape.
- Diffuse in bedrooms, living areas and office.
- Apply to bottom of feet, wrists and outside of ears for relaxation.
- Blend with fractionated coconut oil for a calming massage.
Serenity may be especially calming and comforting to young children after an overactive and stressful day.
Even Cesar, The Dog Whisperer knows the value of Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils! He uses doTERRA’s Serenity effectively on his Australian Kelpie Cross canine friend to help with relaxation.
Check out this video: Betty shares her personal experience with Serenity and how it helps her concentrate. doTERRA essential oils has helped her and others feel better and live healthier
The FDA has not evaluated any statement made with regard to essential oils here. Essential oils are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.