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I have practiced massage therapy for over 20 years and 9 out 10 clients get congested in their treatment. As a massage therapist you want to provide the most relaxing treatment possible so that your client enjoy's every moment of their treatment. The AB diffuser was created to help client's breathe easier and relax faster in their massage.  

 

So how do you use the AB Diffuser? Well its so simple. 

 

Seriously this product is SUPER Simple to use. 

Watch how easy it is to use the diffuser.

 

 

 

What Should I expect with using the AB diffuser with different face rests?

 

 

How do I clean my AB Diffuser?

When you massage clients they sometimes slobber or their nose drips ewww......I know but that is a complement to me and my massage! That means they are "One with the table" a common saying by one of my clients Mr. Paletta. To massage therapist this is a common occurrence we deal with on a daily basis. After you use the diffuser in your massage and when your setting your room for your next client, if they have slobbered or dripped on your diffuser you remove the pad throw it in the trash and wash with soap and water. Replace with a new refill pad and add the oil your client prefers. 

 

  What is my favorite blend to use?

 

LavaMint is my favorite blend? Whattttt?? It's a mash up of my 2 favorite essential oils for relaxation and congestion! Best of both worlds am I right! 

Lavandula stoechas aka: French Lavender is not as floral as your common lavenders, it has a herbal scent to it. This beauty contains Keytones that stimulate the bodies defenses which helps us overcome infections, great for the respiratory and circulatory systems. Bonus!!

Mentha piperita aka: Peppermint this herbaceous and has a fresh minty scent to it. Peppermint not only supports digestion but is a fabulous decongestant, expectorant and antibacterial.

What a better pair than these two oils for congestion. Add 5 drops of each oil to your refill pad for the diffuser. 

 

*Avoid in epilepsy and while pregnant. May cause skin irritation. Avoid with homeopathics.

General: As with all essential oils, never use them undiluted, in eyes or mucus membranes. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert Aromatherapist. Keep away from children. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier oil.)