doTERRA’s Ice Blue is perfect for a soothing massage after a long day of work. Wintergreen, Camphor, Peppermint, Blue Tansy, Blue Chamomile, Helichrysum and Osmanthus essential oils work together to help soothe and cool.
After long hours on the computer, try rubbing Ice Blue essential oil blend on your fingers, wrists, shoulders and neck.
A few drops diluted in a carrier oil can be part of a cooling and comforting massage.
Primary Benefit | Ice Blue is great to use before or after physical activity. Simply massage gently as required.
Secondary Benefit | Ice Blue when used in massage can promote a warming or cooling sensation, ideal for tired and sore muscles.
Tertiary Benefit | Ice Blue contains Peppermint Essential Oil, which is known to contain menthol. Gently massage into neck and temples to help relax muscles and ease tension headaches.
- Apply to feet and knees before and after exercise.
- Massage Ice Blue with a few drops of carrier oil onto legs before bedtime.
- Rub on your lower back after a day of heavy lifting at work or during a move.
Directions for Use
Topical Use: Apply to desired area. Dilute with a carrier oil to minimise any skin sensitivity.
See additional precautions below.
Formulated with Wintergreen, Camphor, Peppermint, Blue Tansy and Blue Chamomile Essential Oils to help soothe and relieve. Ice Blue is a carefully crafted blend of essential oils perfect for a cooling and comforting massage after a long day or intense workout.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. If you are pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears and sensitive areas.
Everyone is different and reactions to fragrances such as essential oils are no different. For some people (neurodiverse and neurotypical) using essential oils is highly supportive, however it is good to be aware that around 30% of the neurotypical population are sensory sensitive (but not necessarily to smell) and a higher rate (but not all) neurodiverse individuals have sensory sensitivities (again this is general sensory sensitivities, not necessarily to smell). So when planning to use any fragrance, including essential oils, particularly when diffused into a shared environment, we would encourage you to consider the potential for sensory and/or allergy sensitivities of those that will be using the space.