25 May 2015

..::Product Review::.. Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil

My Review of Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"On average, a person spends roughly one third of their life asleep. But for many, that number remains nothing more than an un-achievable statistic. From hectic schedules and poor sleeping habits to sleep disorders and even insomnia, it seems impossible to get the recommended eight hours each night. The worst part? Lack of sleep brings various side effects like a weakened immune system, weight gain, depression, memory problems, and even heart disease.
Attempting to force yourself asleep never works and sleeping pills can cause a dangerous dependency. Luckily, there's an effective and natural way to get the rest you need. Deep Sleep is a blend of essential oils, specially created to utilize ingredients that boast soothing properties. With elements like lavender and sweet orange, you'll get a unique combination of relaxation and light fragrance. Simply massage the oil into your skin before bed, add a capful to your nightly bath, or place a tissue with a few dabs under your pillow.
Because Deep Sleep is brought to you by Zen Living, you know that this oil is pure and natural. We promote living simply, which for us means avoiding products made with toxic or potentially harmful ingredients."


I was sent a 4 fl oz bottle of the Sleep Well oil from Tree of Life to review. 

This 4 fl oz bottle costs $23.85.  Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil
This bottle of Sleep Well oil arrived safely to my door.  It was packed inside of a plastic wrap.  Nothing was broken or leaking.  The bottle itself is a dark blue, and the label is white with multicolored accents.  It is 4.25" x 2.0".  The top is black, and it has a push dispenser.

The front labels the product, brand, and sizing information.  You can also find the main ingredients listed.

The right side of the label outlines the directions.  The left side is where you'll find their contact email address.

The top is nice.  It is easy to push and pour the right amount of oil.

My Personal Experience with Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil

I love essential oils, and I especially love blends.  I was so interested in reviewing this because it has all of my favorite oils combined, and it is multipurpose.

Personally, I like using it as a body oil and just rubbing it directly into my skin.  I have used it in my bath, and it is just glorious.  I don't really diffuse this one because it's so calming, and I like diffusing energetic oils. This is one of my most favorite oils.  It smells so good.

Pros of Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil
  • Many, many different uses.
  • You get a LOT of oil for your money.
  • Really, really strong fragrance.  It smells so good.
  • Packaged for safe arrival.
      Cons of Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil
      • I haven't found any cons of this oil.

            Essential oils are great and they have so many uses.  Quality oils are hard to come across, you don't want to spend money on water with a little bit of oil in it.   You get a lot of oil for your money, and it's so universal.  You can do so much with this, and it's one of the best essential oils to get in my opinion.  This is a great addition to my collection!

            Are you wanting to try Tree of Life's Sleep Well Massage & Bath Oil, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  

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            DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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