Priime Escape FAQs

Q: What is Priime Escape?

A: Escape is our relieving blend. It is blended to lift tension, calm stress and restore tranquility.

Q: What do they do?

A: Relieves Tension- Extract of helichrysum is known as the “oil that heals” in its native Madagascar, and is widely used to support temporary aches and pains. Natural compounds in eucalyptus and cardamom are believed to support these functions as well.

Quiets the Mind- Many ancient cultures learned the value of frankincense and patchouli in focusing the mind and promoting deeper states of meditation and relaxation. We add them to this blend for the same reasons.

Cools and Soothes- A bracing sensation follows each drop of Escape applied to the temples and neck, as pure essences from the mint family penetrate the skin to cool stress points, while the clean fragrance calms breathing.

Q: How does Escape work?

A: Fragrant lavender, soothing Roman chamomile and precious frankincense, long prized for its healing properties, combine in this effective blend that quiets the mind and lets you rest.

Q: How can I use Escape?

A: There are a lot of different ways to use your Priime Escape oil! Here are a few ways you can provide your body with some quick relief:

Topical Use- Apply Escape directly to temples, forehead and base of neck.

Diffusion- Escape may be diffused throughout the house, but is particularly effective in resting and sleeping areas.

Dryer- Apply a few drops of Escape to a cloth and throw in the dryer to infuse sheets and pillowcases with this soothing fragrance.

For children and sensitive skin- Mix one drop of Escape relieving blend with five drops Priime Fractionated Coconut Oil, or according to essential oil instructions, prior to application on the skin.

Q: Are there any precautions I should take when using Escape?

A: For topical or aromatic use.

For children, dilute one drop essential oil with four drops Priime Fractionated Coconut Oil prior to use.

Caution: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

Q: What ingredients are in Escape?

A: Impact Ingredients:
Emperor - Helichrysum
Minister - Roman Chamomile
Assistant - Spearmint
Messenger - Frankincense

Support Ingredients:
Lavender
Peppermint
Cardamom
Eucalyptus
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Patchouli

Q: Are Priime essential oil blends safe for use during pregnancy?

A: Pregnant or lactating women should always consult with their doctor or primary care adviser before using essential oils or essential oil blends. Experts recommend that all essential oils be avoided during the first trimester and only those approved by your primary health care adviser be used during the second and third trimesters.

Q: Which essential oils are considered safe for use during the second and third trimesters?

A: Experts generally agree that the following essential oils—all of which are included in Priime essential oil blends—are safe for the later stages of pregnancy when the baby is more fully developed:
• Bergamot
• Roman Chamomile
• Eucalyptus
• Geranium Rose
• Pink Grapefruit
• Lavender
• Lemon
• Melissa Leaf
• Neroli
• Patchouli
• Damask Rose
• Orange
• Tea Tree

Q: Which essential oil blends should be avoided during pregnancy or when lactating?

A: Do not use Ice or Sentry blends throughout pregnancy and nursing. They contain the powerful oils wintergreen, white camphor, and cinnamon, which are not recommended for use during pregnancy or lactation.

Q: Should I use the essential oil blends at full strength?

A: All essential oils and oil blends should be diluted for use during pregnancy or lactation. It is advised to use 10 percent or less of Calm and Escape blends by mixing 1 part essential oil blend with 9 parts Fractionated Coconut Oil.

Q: Is Fractionated Coconut Oil (MCT) approved for use during pregnancy or lactation?

A: While not enough studies have been done to definitively determine the effect of Fractionated Coconut Oil (MTC) during pregnancy or nursing, several studies have suggested that MTC supports the production of lauric and capric acid in breast milk which provides nutritional benefits and microbial protection to the nursing infant. As always, please check with your primary health care advisor before using Fractionated Coconut Oil during pregnancy or while lactating.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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