Radiant Divine Frequencies’ aromatherapy sprays are intended to be used as a mist around your Aura or space (gently shake before spraying) to enhance an overall sensation of well-being, and are not intended to be ingested or applied directly to the skin.
Although I strive to source pure, natural ingredients from reputable sources for handcrafting these aromatherapy sprays, it is important to be aware that natural products can sometimes cause adverse effects. Coconut Glycerin and Grape Alcohol are present in each spray in very small amounts in order for the essential oils to better solubilize [mix] in water, and when used as intended a very small amount could come in contact with the skin.
In order to avoid any adverse effect, be aware of the following General Safety Precautions and Contraindications when working with essential oils and aromatherapy sprays:
Gently shake aromatherapy spray bottle, and spray around Aura or space (away from face), avoiding eyes and mucous membranes.
Keep Essential Oils or Aromatherapy Sprays out of reach of children and pets.
Do not apply Essential Oils or Aromatherapy Sprays to skin, eyes and mucous membranes.
Do not ingest (or take internally) Essential Oils or Aromatherapy Sprays.
Be aware of any personal allergens when working with Essential Oils or Aromatherapy Sprays and its ingredients to avoid adverse reactions.
Some Essential Oils have the potential to cause skin irritation in people who are susceptible to its components, or having skin reactions generally or allergic reactions to fragrances. Carry out a patch test before using any Essential Oil or Aromatherapy Spray. If any skin irritation or allergic reaction occurs discontinue use. Do not use Essential Oils that are old or oxidized.
An increased skin reaction to ultraviolet rays of sunlight is known as photosensitivity. If using a photosensitizing Essential Oil in a body oil or spray, stay out of the sun or sun tanning booth/bed for at least 24 hours.
These contraindications generally apply when using Essential Oils topically. Although Aromatherapy Sprays are not intended to be used topically (and definitely not internally), it is important that you are aware of these contraindications for the topical use of Essential Oils:
Skin Sensitization: Basil, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lemon Myrtle, Nutmeg, Peppermint, Thyme, Cinnamon Bark, Verbena Absolute, Peru Balsam, Litsea cubeba, Turpentine, Fig Leaf Absolute, Rue, Oak Moss Absolute (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: Divine Love, Light~Hearted).
Photosintezising/Phototoxicity: Angelica Root, Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Ginger, Mandarine, Orange, Grapefruit, Yuzu; essential oils from citrus (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: Light~Hearted).
Epilepsy: Basil, Sage, Fennel, Hyssop, Eucalyptus, Rosemary (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: none).
High Blood pressure (Hypertension): Rosemary, Peppermint, Hyssop, Thyme, Eucalyptus, Sage, Cypress, Clove, Nutmeg, Pine, Rosemary (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: Serene).
Low Blood pressure (Hypotension): Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang, Lavender (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: Serene, Light~Hearted).
Pregnancy or Nursing: I do not recommend the use of Essential Oils, Aromatherapy Sprays or any product that contains Essential Oils while pregnant or nursing. Consult with your licensed medical provider.
Kidney disease: Juniper Berry, Eucalyptus, Parsley Seed, Black Pepper (Aromatherapy Sprays containing one or more of these oils: Light~Hearted).
Note: This Essential Oil information is intended for informational purposes only. The references to safety information is generalized information. The data is not necessarily complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate. In my effort to provide updated information on the safe use of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Sprays, I welcome your email if you’re aware of other contraindications or safety measures not found in this list. Thank you!