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Clear My Head

Bath/Shower Fizzies Case of 9

4 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Clear head

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Works good.i have told a friend about it.

5

Clear my head

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It does word good ,only it doesn’t last more than 1 shower each.

5

Soothing and softening

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My husband was a sweetheart and bought these for me because I'm a big fan of the jar. These didn't disappoint. I thought they were a bit small at first, but oh boy - drop them in my bath and the scent was perfect - not too light, not too strong. Perfect way to relax after my stressful day. My skin felt so soft after too - not greasy, oily or dry. I'm going to ask for more the next time he orders from the Grommet.

3

Nice scent

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This product is ok. I thought it would be a stronger scent. I used it in my shower. It doesn’t last very long.

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The Clear My Head Story

Stuffy? Sniff this.

Soothe Sinuses

Plants clean the air. But they just might be able to clear your head, too. Made with herbs and essential oils hand chosen by aromatherapist Brenda Stansfield, Clear My Head is an all-natural remedy for stuffy noses and other sinus symptoms.

Inhaling just above the jar, you’ll get an invigorating scent of eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, and other oils like ravensara—a Madagascan oil heralded locally as a cure-all. Or make a steam tent over a bowl of hot water from the tap and some of the botanical blend. Whichever method works for you, it’s more refreshing and refined than smearing on a
petroleum-based rub.

Arriving in Dayton, Ohio from her native Florida, Brenda learned that it’s not called “Sinus Valley” for nothing. Her volunteer job in an arboretum sparked an interest in the healing properties of scents. Now as a certified clinical aromatherapist, she harnesses the power of plants for health.

Brenda makes Clear My Head in small batches to ensure freshness, and packages each jar with a seashell (a reminder of her childhood in the Sunshine State) for scooping.
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