antibacterial, antiviral and immune support properties, 100% pure essential oil products

Beat the Bugs Aromatherapy

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With antibacterial, antiviral and immune support properties, these 100% pure essential oil blends have been specifically formulated by a local aromatherapist to help prevent the spread of germs and to support a healthy immune system. 

Beat the Bugs Antimicrobial Balm 25g is formulated as an easy to apply immune-boosting body balm that is applied to the chest before bed or to the wrists during the day. Beat the Bugs Antimicrobial Balm contains 100% pure essential oils of eucalyptus radiata, eucalyptus dives, eucalyptus citriordora, tea tree oil and manuka oil in a base of vegetable oil and beeswax.  All of these oils have immune-boosting and antiviral properties and may be of assistance in protecting against a wide range of pathogens.

Beat the Bugs Diffuser Blend 5ml is a blend of 100% pure essential oils of lemon, orange, cinnamon and clove.  Use in a diffuser or add 5-10 drops to 100ml of water or use in a spray bottle as an air freshener and surface disinfectant. Not to be applied to the skin for diffuser use only.

Beat the Bugs Antiviral Blend 25ml is a selection of 100% pure essential oils you can use in the bath, make into massage oil, use in the diffuser or make into a spray.  Add 2-6 drops to the bath, swirl gently and lay back and relax.  Use 2-3 drops for children aged 3 and up.  As a massage oil add 50-100 drops to 100ml of massage oil.  Ingredients: eucalyptus radiata, eucalyptus dives, eucalyptus citriordora, ravensara and thyme.

Care and safe use of your Beat the Bugs products:

  • Store away from direct light and heat.
  • Store below 30°
  • Not to be used on children under 3 years of age
  • Not to be taken internally
  • Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes
  • Do not use on the face or near the nose or mouth
  • During pregnancy, use with care. Avoid using essential oils during the first trimester unless under the supervision of a qualified practitioner