All natural decongestant rub ... perfect for those cold winter months.
Eucalyptus Lemon, Myrtle and Rosemary essential oils add a warm feeling to this 100% natural Aromatherapy Balm. Sniffles is a eucalyptus based balm that is perfect for those cold winter months. This natural decongestant rub brings great relief from cold and flu symptoms.
Apply Sniffles to your child's neck, chest, back, under the nose and soles of the feet as needed. Great for the whole family!
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, pure Beeswax, organic Jojoba Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Cocoabutter, Vitamin e Oil, essential oils of Myrtle, Eucalyptus Lemon and Rosemary.
Size: 30g packaged in a reusable tin.
Made in Canada.
Not for babies under one Review by Mariko
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This is not so much a review since I have not been able to use this product yet. I just wanted to say that you should really post that this is not for babies under 1. I bought it for my 8 month old and was disappointed to read on the container that she was too young for it. I am sure it will work great b/c I use all of Dimpleskins products and they all work wonderful but I have few more months before she will try it out.
A note from the bynature.ca team: This product does contains pure and organic essential oils that are recommended for use on children over the age of 1 year (some suggest they are safe for 6 months and up). This being said, less than a 1% dilution of these oils is found in Dimpleskins products, so they are still extremely mild. (Posted on 1/1/11)
Great natural replacement for other "rub" Review by Mom3
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I bought the Sniffles this past winter because we wanted something natural to replace a non-natural brand of "rub" that is commonly used to rub on a child's chest, neck and feet to help with a cold and cough. I found that it worked well as a natural replacement and helped my child sleep better when I rubbed it on her feet and chest when she had a bad cold and cough. I also liked the smell of it. It worked just as well as the non-natural product I used before, but I am happy that it's natural instead. (Posted on 8/20/11)