The Wonders of Solvarome
Soothe irritated skin, minimize bug bites
Cool sunburn and other minor burns
Soothe infection-related skin rashes, including chicken pox, measles and scabies
Be an all-around anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal skin treatment
Repel insects including mosquitoes, black flies, ticks and lice
Without further irritating skin, creating microbe resistance, or being toxic?
Solvarome is a combination of essential oils “micellised” for maximum absorption. It contains a synergistic combination of
Lavender Oil (Lavendula angustafolia)
Rosemary Leaf Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis)
Thyme Oil (Thymus vulgaris)
Cypress Leaf / Nut / Stem Oil (Cupressus sempervirens)
Rose geranium Flower Oil (Pelargonium graveolens)
Soak a cotton ball in water. Put 2 or 3 drops on it and dab it on the affected area.
For a larger area: put 25 drops in 8 ounces of water. Use gauze or a compress cloth soaked in the solution over the area.
As a bath: put 50 to 75 drops in the bathwater. Swish water to disperse evenly.
As a bug repellant:
Put 50 drops in a spray bottle, at least 8 ounces. Being careful to avoid the eyes and mucous membranes, spray on the skin.
This has proved effective in the jungles of Costa Rica, the mountains of Colorado, and the Amazon jungle (Dr. Able, 2012)
For treatment of lice:
Use tea tree oil for shampoo. Add 40 to 50 drops to the shampoo and wash hair daily.
After washing, put a few drops in your hand and rub it in the hair.
If an entire school has been infested, you can treat the environment as well by carefully spraying the diluted Solvarome in areas frequented by the students.
NOTE: Over-the-counter lice treatments are very toxic, especially to the nervous system. Considering that the lice treatment is on the head, the toxic chemicals are absorbed through the scalp into the brain. Student deserve better than a toxic exposure. As well, they deserve something that works. Solvarome works.