Observing our mind, Loving Kindness & Breathing Space with a smell-Week 5

observing our mind

Observing our mind

As we are half-way through the Week 8 class, we are now ready to start observing our mind. When we start noticing that thoughts arise by themselves, we observe that we have no control over which thoughts arise. Our thoughts are self- displaying and if we do not engage with a thought, it will pass on and become self- liberating. The Mindfulness Association use a model called the ‘The Observer and the Undercurrent’. By using this metaphor, we can sit on the river bank as an Observer and observe/watch our thoughts pass by. When we engage with thought and become lost into thinking, we (Observer) fall into the river. When this happens, we bring ourselves back to sitting on the river bank (to be in the present moment) and watch our thoughts pass by.

Loving Kindness for other

We introduce a Loving Kindness practice at this stage of our Mindfulness training. The participants are becoming aware of negative inner chatter towards themselves and speaking to themselves in a harsh, critical voice. We can struggle to offer kindness to ourselves. The Loving Kindness practice is offering goodwill wishes to a friend or pet that we have an easy relationship with. As we do the practice, the participants are asked to notice how that feels in their bodies. Next week we expand the practice by offering loving kindness to ourselves.

 

Mindfulness Breathing space incorporating a smell

We re-visit the 3-minute Breathing Space but this time I introduce a smell when we are focusing on breathing in and out of the body. Coming from an Aromatherapy background, I have noticed when you ask someone to smell an Aromatherapy oil, they breathe in deeply. This is the favourite Meditation in the class and at Retreat Days so I am sharing it with you.

Feedback from Breathing space Meditation with smell 
Breathing space with smell was an interesting twist to Geraldine’s Breathing Space meditation. I found that having a smell to use as something to focus on allowed me to focus better on my breathing. I found that using smell was a good way to bring myself back whenever I got lost into thinking. This meditation is a lovely way to take a short break in tense situations. It really allows you to bring yourself into a relaxing state that will leave you feeling a little more refreshed and at ease.

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Breath Meditation & Mindful Movement/Walking-Week 4

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Breath Meditation

This week, I introduce the group to Breath Meditation i.e. using the ‘feeling of their breath’ coming and going in their body. The participants bring their awareness to the ‘feeling of their breath’ when the notice they get lost into distraction. I also ask them to notice where their mind goes when they become aware of being distracted. They can label ‘past’ ‘daydreaming’ or ‘future’ and they can start to see the habits of their own minds.

An important message is that we are ‘being Mindful’ when we notice we get lost into distraction. We shouldn’t beat ourselves up when our minds drift off during a Mindfulness Meditation. The ‘noticing’ is an important aspect of our Mindfulness Training. The participants are also starting to be aware of how they respond to themselves when they notice they are distracted i.e. in a kind voice or harsh voice. They can also bring this in their daily life and also at work when they get distracted.

Feedback from 20-Minute Breathing Mindfulness Meditation

The Mindfulness Meditations are fantastic and they are allowing me to break the habit of my wandering thinking. Geraldine has taught me how to use my breathing to help to bring me back to the present moment. I am noticing that my mind has a tendency to become distracted by future problems. This is teaching me to recognise my habitual patterns about trying to predict future outcomes. After participating in the Breathing meditations, I experienced myself feeling less stressed and more positive.

Being halfway through the course, I am noticing a significant change in the way I think and I definitely feel more mindful. This allows me to feel more relaxed in my day to day living.

Over the course of these 4 weeks, I have really enjoyed being a part of a group. I like how we are supporting and encouraging each other. We are also sharing our experiences our Mindfulness Meditation practice at home and also being Mindful in our daily life.

Mindful Movement and Mindful Walking

As an alternative to a Body Scan, we can do Mindful Movement or go for a Mindful walk. This is also helping us to connect with ourselves and checking in on how are bodies are feeling.

breath meditation - mindful walkWhen we go for a Mindful walk, we can intentionally slow down and become aware of our surroundings. It feels good to stop and smell the flowers. This photo is of me smelling Orange Blossom in Seville. We can use our Mindfulness practices even on holiday.

 

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Sound Meditation, 3-min Breathing & Seated Body Scan – Week 3

Sound Meditation

Sound Meditation

This week the group will be introduced to a 20-minute Sound Meditation. It also introduces them to the Mindfulness Association way of doing a 20-minute Mindfulness Meditation. The Meditation is broken down into

  • Settling the Mind (from Week 1)
  • Grounding ( similar to Body Scan in Week 2)
  • Resting the Mind
  • Introducing a Mindfulness Support – this week Sound

When we come to the stage of our Resting our Minds, we realise that very quickly our untrained minds wander off. It might wander off into fretting about an event happening later that day, daydreaming or analysing. This is why we introduce a Mindfulness support either sound or breath. It is an anchor to come back to when we notice that our minds have drifted away from the present moment.

In Week 3, we start with Sound as our Mindfulness support and in Week 4 we introduce Breath as our support.

Why Sound as a Mindfulness Support?

  • We can’t control sound – we do not know the next sound arising (similar pattern to our thoughts)
  • We are normally surrounded by sound
  • We assume we have to meditate in a quiet space

Feedback from a group participant. 20-Minute Sound Meditation:

Geraldine introduced Sound Meditation and the use of everyday noise as a focal point to use for Mindfulness Meditations. Being aware of sounds around me and allowing them to be part of my meditation session is a good way to let sounds that can be disturbing become less frustrating. It was very enlightening to hear Geraldine tell us that meditations do not always require a quiet space. The noises around me can actually be a good thing. Sound can help keep bringing me back to the present moment when my mind would wander off.

3-minute Breathing Space

The 3-minute Breathing Space was developed by Mark Williams, Zindel Segal and John Teasdale on their MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) program at Oxford University. https://mbctapp.oxfordmindfulness.org/.

A 3-minute Breathing Space can be carried out throughout the day especially at work when you are beginning to feel anxious or overwhelmed. It is allowing us to pause for 3 minutes, to check in on how we are feeling and then bringing our attention to our breath.

Feedback from a group participant. 3-minute Breathing Space:

Geraldine’s 3-minute breathing space Meditation is absolutely fantastic. It is a functional and very practical exercise to do when I am feeling overwhelmed by my ‘to -do list’. I find it ideal to fit into my day when I do not have the luxury of being able to do a full de-stress meditation. Having those few minutes where I can slow down and focus on my breathing really does help me when I am feeling anxious and stressed. It allows me space where I can focus on my breathing and enjoy a few minutes of brief relaxation. This is especially helpful in my workplace when I need a few minutes to pause in the midst of a frantic day.

Seated Body Scan – 15 minutes

Feedback from previous participants in the group enjoyed the benefits of the Body Scan. They asked if I could create a shorter, seated version that they could do during their lunch break. You can also use sound around you at work to bring your attention back to a task. This is especially helpful if you keep getting distracted. The 3-minute Breathing Space is also beneficial throughout the working day.

Feedback from a group participant. 15minute Seated Body Scan

After learning about the seated Body Scan, I found it much more manageable to keep up with on a regular basis. Practising the Body Scan in this way allowed me to experience all the benefits of the Body Scan. Allowing myself to sit down for 15 minutes and put my focus on my body allowed me to move my attention away from my busy mind at work. By paying attention to the physical sensations in my body is a great way to bring myself into my body. It takes me ‘out of my head’ and away from getting caught up in my worries of the working day.

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Body Scan & Mindfulness in Daily Life – Week 2

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The Body Scan Meditation

In the Week 2 Mindfulness class, the participants get to lie down on the floor and I guide them through a 30 minute Body scan. The aim of the Body Scan is for participants to train their minds by focusing their attention on body sensations. The normal pattern of their mind is jumping from one thing to the next (butterfly mind). The body is always here and in the present moment. It means we can come back to the sensations in our body when our mind wanders away from the present moment.

Why is the Body scan beneficial and how can it help with pain?

This formal Mindfulness Mediation provides an opportunity for us to experience our body as it is without trying to change it. It also allows us to notice tension we weren’t aware of such as a tight muscle in our shoulder or tension in our jaws.  It is best to do this in a place in which we feel comfortable, secure, and without interruptions.

The Body Scan was developed by Jon Kabbit-Zinn (https://www.mindfulnesscds.com/) to help participants deal with pain and tension in their bodies. By using our breath, we can soften and soothe areas of tension we are experiencing in the body. The aim of systematically scanning our bodies is to stay with the experience of our body in the present moment. By resisting and being annoyed by the pain can increase the pain. This can also increase the distress associated with it. According to research, by simply noticing the pain we’re experiencing without trying to change it, we may actually feel some relief.

Body scan Meditation: Feedback from a group participant.

Learning the Body scan Meditation was a relaxing and peaceful experience. It felt wonderful to have a moment where I was able to disconnect from thinking and focus only on the sensations of my body. The 30-minute Mindfulness Meditation really helped to alleviate the tension and stress that I had been feeling throughout the day.

Mindfulness in Daily Life

Mindfulness in Daily life helps us to break out of the pattern of being in the automatic pilot by becoming aware of what we are doing in the present moment. It might be paying attention when doing the dishes rather than letting our mind wander off fretting about the day ahead.

When we notice that we have drifted away from the present moment, we can: 

  • bring our attention to our posture, whether sitting, standing, lying down or walking
  • Feel our feet on the ground
  • Being aware of physical sensations within the body
  • Bring our awareness back to breathing In and Out of the body
  • Bring our attention back to the task that you are presently doing e.g having a shower, cooking

Mindfulness in Daily Life: Feedback from a group participant.

Mindfulness in Daily Life: Geraldine taught us how to implement the practice of Mindfulness into our everyday lives. This included being Mindful when doing simple tasks and also slowing down to notice nature. For example, she explained that simple things such as brushing our teeth in the morning or washing up dishes are ideal times where we can practice Mindfulness. I saw this rainbow on walking home from the Mindfulness class in Musselburgh.

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being aware of nature walking home from the Mindfulness class

 

 

 

 

 

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Mindfulness class – Week 1

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Recognising the Unsettled Mind

In Week 1 beginner’s Mindfulness class, I outline what Mindfulness is and how this is of benefit in daily lives. The first thing to acknowledge is that our minds wander all the time. This is the same for all of us. The mind has a strong habit of moving away from the present and into distraction. We set the intention to do one thing and the mind does the other. This shows us that we are not in control of our activity within the mind.

The unsettled mind is like a butterfly. It won’t stay in one place for long and insists on flitting from one thing to another continuously. At the beginning of learning to do Mindfulness Meditation, it is important to understand that thoughts arise by themselves. We don’t decide to have thoughts. When we are doing a Mindfulness Meditation, we are not trying to make our minds go blank. We will be learning to recognise when we become involved with a thought and become lost in thinking.

The first step is to recognise the unsettled mind. This is feedback from a participant in the group after the ‘Recognising the Unsettled Mind’ Exercise.

Recognising The Unsettled Mind: Feedback from a group participant in the Mindfulness class(MBLC).

Taking part in this first Mindfulness exercise was relaxing and gave me a few minutes of tranquility. The sound of the bell really made me become aware of the thoughts in my mind. It also allowed me to focus my attention on my physical body and the small movements I was making all the way from my blinking eyes to my wiggling toes. My mind often tends to wander. This Mindfulness exercise gave me the opportunity to become more conscious of my fidgeting. It also allowed me space to be more open with myself about the thoughts of worry and stress behind these small but constant insecurities. The sound of the bell was very therapeutic. It was able to snap me out of my wandering thoughts and also bringing my mind back to focusing on embracing the present moment.

Settling the Mind

I guide the Mindfulness class in how to settle their minds by resting their attention on an alternative point of focus. Their focus in the Meditation is on regulating their breathing and counting their In and Out Breath.  Our minds are like a muscle, we can deliberately with effort, learn how to settle our minds by using our breath.  

Even though they focus their attention on the Breathing and counting, thoughts will arise in their minds, that are okay and normal.  When they realised they got caught up with a thought, they started to notice that they were no longer in the present moment. This Mindfulness meditation also helps the group observe when they got lost in fretting about something that could happen or dwelling on something that has already happened.

So throughout our lives, we have created the habit to get involved with our thoughts as soon as they appear in our minds. We associate thoughts with thinking and due to habit, we get caught up in thoughts without realising it.

This is feedback from a participant in the group after the ‘Settling the Mind’ Meditation.

Settling the Mind Meditation: Feedback from a group participant.

When participating in this Mindfulness meditation, I found that at first, I was little reluctant towards embracing a peaceful state. My brain would not stop wandering off into unnecessary thoughts. However, once I had settled into the meditation, I started to feel more peaceful and at ease. Geraldine was able to take me on a Mindfulness journey that allowed me to connect more consciously with my breathing. This led me to become aware of my thinking and then allowed me to bring myself back to the present moment. I can see how Mindfulness will benefit me by becoming aware of when I wander off into thinking especially into future worries. When the class ended, I experienced myself feeling less stressed and more positive.

Mindfulness Meditation audios

 

At the end of each Meditation class, I e:mail out notes and audios that have been recorded by me. Participants can still access the Meditation recordings even after the 8-week course has ended. Here is an extract of ‘Settling the Mind’ meditation. I have included other audios in the 8-week Mindfulness blog posts so you can listen to the tone of my voice.        Read  Week 2 Mindfulness course

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Learn Mindfulness in Musselburgh

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By attending an 8-week Mindfulness class, you will learn Mindfulness Meditations. This will include meditations such as the Body Scan, 3-minute Breathing Space and a Breath Meditation. It is advised to listen to the audios at home to become familiar with the meditations. By practising Mindfulness you will become calmer, more focused and happier in your daily life.

​​​​​​Why Learn Mindfulness in a group?

By allocating time for yourself, 2 hours on a Tuesday evening, you are allowing your body and mind to rest and restore itself. By attending a class versus meditating with an App, you will won’t have the distraction of phones or interruptions. It gives you a peaceful space to listen to the Mindfulness Meditations. It also allows you to feel the benefits of the different Meditations as we explore them each week.

Mindfulness Meditation is giving you space to become more aware when you are present or when our mind drifts off. I will guide the Mediations so you can focus on my voice, therefore, giving less attention to the inner chatter of your mind.

By being part of a group, you can share your experiences of doing the Mindfulness Meditation practices at home during the week. You can also share and hear how bringing Mindfulness into your daily life is beneficial e.g. being more aware of the seasons, the taste of your food, less anxious driving to/from work. By being part of a group, we can nurture and learn from each other.

Where is the Mindfulness Class being held?

The Mindfulness Class is being held at the Wishing Tree, 85 High Street, Musselburgh, East Lothian. The Meditation class takes place upstairs in a peaceful, comfortable room. The Soft Play area is closed in the evenings so the room will be quiet and no interruptions to practice Meditations. There is ample free street parking in the evenings.

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What is the cost of the Mindfulness Meditation class?

The cost for the 8-week Mindfulness Meditation class commencing on the 17th September will be £160. The cost includes audio Mindfulness Meditations and a manual.  You also have my support via e:mail/phone calls throughout the 8-week course. The Mindfulness course will run from Tuesday 17th September to Tuesday 12th November (7pm-9pm). There will be no class during the East Lothian Mid-term school break (15th October). If you need to miss a week, I can e:mail you the audio and notes for that week in advance. You will still have access to the Mindfulness Meditations after the course so can re-visit the Meditations when you wish to in the future.

To book your space, you can click on this link for        Mindfulness Meditation class – Tuesday evenings

By pausing throughout the day and doing a few minutes of Mindful Meditation such as the 3-Minute Breathing space will help you manage stress, stay more focused at work and also sleep better.

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How East Lothian Business Gateway helped Me-Time Therapies

East Lothian Business Gateway

I am featured in the latest East Lothian Business Buzz magazine – P15/16 –
https://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/downloads/file/28228/east_lothian_business_buzz_newsletter_-_spring_2019

Here is the extract from the East Lothian Business Buzz magazine – “A workshop on using social media for business led an established East Lothian business in an unexpected direction – with brilliant results! By attending a Business Gateway Facebook for Business workshop in September 2016, Geraldine McCullagh of Me-Time Therapies can now look back and see that this was the first stepping stone into diversifying her established therapy business. Geraldine had wrongly assumed that Business Gateway workshops were only open to and relevant to new businesses. But attending one workshop opened her eyes and she went on to take part in further workshops on social media and marketing – all relevant to her therapy business. As well as workshops, Geraldine successfully applied for a Digital Health Check and went on to receive support to build a new website. With the confidence Geraldine gained in creating her own website, she decided to create a product – Make your own Body Butter & Lip Balm kit. With a prototype created, she attended her first Biz East Lothian Coffee Morning where she was introduced to Stephen Newlin, East Lothian Business Advisor.
https://www.bgateway.com/local-offices/east-lothian/local-support

Meeting at the Business Gateway office at Queen Margaret University, Stephen recommended Geraldine put in an application for Branding and Marketing Consultancy with the ERDF business support programme. This proved to be a major stepping stone into launching the Make Your Own Body Butter & Lip Balm Kit in October 2017.

The consultancy helped Geraldine create a new logo for Me-Time Therapies as well as a new design for the sleeve of the kit.

From the inception of the idea of creating the kit, Geraldine knew it belonged on Amazon and after some setbacks and frustrations, the kit was accepted by Amazon UK, two weeks before Christmas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To her surprise, she had some sales which spurred her on. At the beginning of 2018, armed now with her new logo and beginning to understand how to sell products on Amazon Prime, Geraldine created three more handmade aromatherapy skincare products – Relaxing Massage Balm, Invigorating Massage Balm and a Vegan Body Butter. Throughout 2018, Geraldine established Me-Time Therapies products on Amazon and gained five-star reviews and repeat customers. Sales in December exceeded her expectations as all the products where popular as Christmas gifts.”

Geraldine said: “I am very grateful for all the assistance and encouragement that I’ve received from East Lothian Business Gateway. Now, having a successful product range, I feel it gives me a strong platform to continue running my own business in East Lothian. I’m also just about getting used to being called an entrepreneur’!”

 

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Women in Business Celebration

Women business owners

I was invited by East Lothian Business Gateway to the EntreprenHER talk at Queen Margaret University on Tuesday 19th March. The event focused on ‘being women in Business today’ and the challenges that female Entrepreneurs face. Prue Leith (the Bake Off judge) was the main speaker and shared her story of being a woman in business.

Prue Leith said “If you start with an optimistic nature, it doesn’t matter if you fail. Start with an idea that you really care about – that’s what matters.” This really resonated with me as over the past 22 years, I have also worked in a similar way.

I feel very fortunate that over the past 22 years as a female in Business in Scotland, I haven’t faced setbacks or discriminations. During the talk, it mentioned that Women in Business can be held back due to their gender, family commitments and unable to raise capital. Prue also mentioned that she never borrowed money for her business to grow. I have also done the same as that means if a recession hits or the economy slows down, you aren’t struggling to pay back bank loans. Prue said that she knew many successful women in business overextended themselves financially and their business went under.

I got to ask her a question about the difficulty in ensuringWork/Life Balance and how she implements Self-care into her life. She said that she ensured that she allocated time in her diary for holidays to re-charge her batteries. I also like having short breaks and holidays to look forward as this motivates me.

She also said that she loves being in business and although 80 years old next year, she is launching 2 new businesses this year. I hope that I can maintain her enthusiasm and her energy as I allow my business to grow and flourish.

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Privacy Policy & GDPR

INTRODUCTION – Privacy Policy

This privacy policy provides you with details of how we collect and process your personal data through your use of our site www.me-time-therapy.co.uk  including any information you may provide through our site when you purchase a product or service.

By providing us with your data, you warrant to us that you are over 13 years of age.

Me-Time Therapies is the data controller and we are responsible for your personal data (referred to as “we”, “us” or “our” in this privacy notice).

Contact Details

Our full details are:

Full name of legal entity:  Geraldine McCullagh, Me-Time Therapies

Email address: Geraldine@me-time-therapy.co.uk

Postal address: 26 Eskview Road, Musselburgh, EH 21 6NZ

If you are not happy with any aspect of how we collect and use your data, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the UK supervisory authority for data protection issues (www.ico.org.uk). We should be grateful if you would contact us first about our Privacy Policy if you do have a complaint so that we can try to resolve it for you.

It is very important that the information we hold about you is accurate and up to date. Please let us know if at any time your personal information changes by emailing us at Geraldine@me-time-therapy.co.uk

WHAT DATA DO WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU?

Personal data means any information capable of identifying an individual.

We may process certain types of personal data about you as follows:

  • Identity Data may include your first name and surname
  • Contact Data may include your billing address, delivery address, email address and telephone numbers.
  • Transaction Data may include details about payments between us and other details of purchases made by you.

HOW WE COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA

We collect data about you through a variety of different methods including:

Direct interactions: You may provide data by filling in forms on our site (or otherwise) or by communicating with us by phone, email or otherwise, including when you:

  • order our products or services;

Third parties or publicly available sources: We may receive personal data about you from various third parties and public sources as set out below:

Contact, Financial and Transaction Data from providers of technical, payment and delivery services                              based inside OR outside the EU.

HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA

We will only use your personal data when legally permitted. The most common uses of your personal data are:

  • Where we need to perform the contract between us.
  • Where it is necessary for our legitimate interests (or those of a third party) and your interests and fundamental rights do not override those interests.
  • Where we need to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation.

Generally, we do not rely on consent as a legal ground for processing your personal data. Me-Time Therapies do not send our marketing communications to you via email or text message.

Purposes for processing your personal data

Set out below is a description of the ways we intend to use your personal data and the legal grounds on which we will process such data. We have also explained what our legitimate interests are where relevant.

We may process your personal data for more than one lawful ground, depending on the specific purpose for which we are using your data. Please email us at Geraldine@me-time-therapy.co.uk  if you need details about the specific legal ground we are relying on to process your personal data where more than one ground has been set out in the table below.

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Vegan Body Butter now selling on Amazon

My handmade Vegan Body Butter is now selling on Amazon.co.uk. The main features of the Body Butter are

  • 100% natural ingredients – nut allergy free (no Almond oil used), petrochemicals free, no mineral or no palm oils used to make the Vegan Body Butter. Safe to use on Sensitive skin.
  • Suitable as a Body Moisturiser and as a Hand Cream as the Body Butter will deeply nourish and moisturise your skin especially dry or sun damaged or sore or rough skin.(such as around the nostrils after a cold/hayfever).
  • Suitable for a Male or Female Vegan gift or vegan skincare as no beeswax or animal products used to make the Vegan Body Butter or nor it is tested on animals.
  • Economical as the Gender-Neutral Citrus fragrance (Bergamot, Grapefruit and Lemon ) will be popular with the whole family so you will be cutting down on buying both male and female fragrance body lotions.
  • Organic Shea Butter & Organic Cocoa Butter are blended with Sunflower oil & Olive oil so the Body Butter will melt in contact with the skin. NO Coconut oil used as the smell can be overpowering.

body butter veganVEGAN BODY BUTTER DESCRIPTION

The Vegan Body Butter is smooth and creamy when applied as a Body Moisturiser to the skin. Massage the Body Butter gently into the skin after a shower or a bath. The Vegan Body Butter has been whipped so goes on the skin smoothly and without leaving an oily residue. After using the nourishing Vegan Body Butter for a few days, it will leave your skin silky smooth and soft.

SKIN BENEFITS OF SHEA BUTTER & COCOA BUTTER, OLIVE OIL & SUNFLOWER OIL

• Intensely Moisturising due to Vitamin A, D and E content

• Helps improve skin conditions such as Eczema, Psoriasis, Sun damaged skin, Dry skin and Sore chapped skin

• Helps to prevent stretch marks

• Helps to keep tattoos moisturised.

As the Organic Shea Butter and the Organic Cocoa Butter are blended with Sunflower oil and Olive oil, the Body Butter will melt in contact with the skin. The Body Butter is thicker in consistency to a Body lotion (Body lotions contain water) so it will deeply moisturise the skin which is especially beneficial for dry or sun damaged skin. As no water is used to make the Vegan Body Butters, there is no need to add any preservatives or emulsifier. As the Vegan Body Butter contains Olive oil and Organic Cocoa Butter which are high in antioxidants, the shelf life of the Body Butter is 12 months.

HOW TO USE IN BEAUTY & COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

The Vegan Body Butter can also be used in Beauty or Complementary Therapies e.g. Foot or Hand Massage or Indian head massage – to massage neck & shoulders. Ideal to use if a client wishes to avoid products that contain beeswax or lanolin.

MORE INFORMATION ON THE VEGAN BODY BUTTER

The Vegan Body Butters are produced in small batches in order to retain freshness. The Vegan Body Butter contains NO Wheatgerm oil. Wheatgerm oil is not a safe product for celiacs and gluten intolerant individuals. The Vegan Body Butter contains NO Coconut oil as the smell of Coconut oil can be overpowering.

Avoid using in the first trimester of pregnancy.

For External use only.

The Aluminum jar is ethical as you can reuse or recycle the jar.

The Vegan Body Butter on Amazon.co.uk

When you purchase the Vegan Body Butter, the order will be fulfilled by Amazon.co.uk. If you are an Amazon Prime customer, the delivery is free. Amazon.co.uk is now shipping from their UK warehouses to customers with mailing addresses in 26 EU countries: Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Sweden. It means that you can send a gift directly to a family member or friend directly from Amazon to one of these 26 countries.

Here is the link to purchase on Amazon.co.uk – Vegan Body Butter – Me-Time Therapies

 

100g Vegan Body butter

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