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Bag the Lag Body Lotion
Bag the Lag Body Lotion is the travel companion to get you going and back to yourself when you travel.
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My husband travels frequently for his work. Jet lag, fatigue, and a decreased immune system make for a wicked combo both while he is away and when he arrives home. Couple that with the germs in the airport, airplane, lounges, and germs not common to him and we had a recipe for illness every trip. This inspired me to research and experiment to create a line of travel products to keep him happy and healthy from start to finish. I started with Bag The Lag Lotion and Body Wash.
Bag the Lag Lotion is just the ticket when arriving at your destination and each day until you feel like yourself again. Use Bag The Lag Lotion in the same way when you return home again. The difference in energy is amazing.
Essential oils of Fragonia (Agonis fragrans), Black Spruce (picea mariana), Tangerine (Citrus tangerina), and Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium var. Bigaradia) are placed in a base of : distilled water, vegetable, shea (butyrospermum parkil) nut butter, emulsifying nf, sweet almond (prunus dulcis) nut oil, castor (richus communis) seed oil, grape (vitis vinifera) seed oil, jojoba(simmondsia chinesis) seed oil, stearic acid, tocopherol (vitamin E), honey, avena sativa (oat) meal extract, calendula officinalis (calendula) flower extract, elderberry (sambucusnigra) fruit extract, potassium sorbate, radish root leuconostoc0 ferment filtrate, honeysuckle flower (lonicera japonica) extract, honeysuckle (lonicera caprifolium) extract, aspen bark (populs tremuloides) extract, gluconolactone, and sodium benzoate to give the powerful punch to Jet Lag in the Bag The Lag Lotion. A right hook to the the jet lag from Fragonia and a left cross to aid the adrenal glands, followed by a jab to stimulate from the tangerine, and another jab coming from the Petitgrain to make this a powerful combination.
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The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. All cautions listed for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion.
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