SPRAYS - HOW TO USE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
The sprays are designed to be used purely in the Aura and NOT on the skin. The oils are well diluted in water so only small amounts of essential oils will ever come into contact with the skin. It is nevertheless sensible to be cautious when using each spray for the first time. Just test a little to start with and then wait a few hours to check there are no adverse reactions. This is especially important if you have sensitive skin or any health issues. Avoid the eyes/face/mucous membranes. You may want to keep the spray clear of delicate fabrics such as silk, satin etc. anything that may stain and is not easily washed.
HOW TO USE THE SPRAYS
You may have seen Amanda using the sprays in her videos, she sprays them into her hands and inhales the aroma, this is a good way to start. If the spray leaves a bit of sticky residue on your hands you can just wipe off the excess with a tissue.
The other way to use them is to spray over your head and allow the mist to cascade down over your aura. Just a couple of pumps of the atomiser is all that is needed, especially if you are new to the sprays (when caution should be used). You can also spray around your shoulders or spray in front of you and walk through the mist, as some do when applying perfume. There really isn't a wrong way to do it so do be guided by your own intuition here.
You can also use them without spraying which is explained in more detail below.
Please note that epileptics should avoid FENNEL, HYSSOP and SAGE (The Archangel Gabriel spray contains Fennel, Archangel Michael, Meta-Pirate and White Sage sprays contain Hyssop, the White Sage spray contains Sage). Our oils are very well diluted in water and probably would not cause an issue but we feel that it is still sensible to avoid these sprays if you are epileptic.
We cannot recommend using the sprays during pregnancy.
Any oil can cause irritation in some individuals but the following oils in particular should be used cautiously to start with if you have sensitive skin: Pine, Black Pepper, Basil, Sweet Orange, Peppermint, Melissa, Lemongrass, Roman Chamomile, Lemon, Ginger, Geranium, Eucalyptus, Benzoin & Cinnamon - if you have sensitive skin we recommend that you do a patch test first by putting a very small amount on the inside of your elbow. If there is no reaction after 24 hours it should be fine to use the spray. The oils used in each spray can be found at the end of the product information for each spray.
Also please note that citrus oils should not be applied to the skin before going out into sunshine as there is a possibility of sensitisation and pigmentation. As mentioned above, very little, if any, of the spray should get onto your skin anyway and, as the oils are well diluted too, this risk is extremely low. However we are obliged to make you aware of it.
The sprays are energy, and very powerful. If you know you are very sensitive to energy please use them sparingly to start with and gradually increase your exposure. Some extremely sensitive people have to start with just holding the sprays - the energy still works even without spraying. This is also a good way to use them with very young children and during pregnancy too, just leave the bottle nearby, safely out of reach of children of course.
We do not recommend using the sprays around animals. Cats particularly are very sensitive to essential oils. We are not able to give advice on using them around any animal. If you do feel your pet might benefit from using a spray you could use the indirect method mentioned above and just place the spray near their bed for instance, obviously ensuring that the bottle is safely out of their reach. Animals too are very sensitive to energy, so again start off with very short periods if you are going to try this. But please DO NOT spray around them.
If you have any other questions about the sprays please contact Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Spraying!