Priime Ice FAQs
Q: What is
A: Ice is our soothing blend. It provides cooling relief on contact, and penetrates and soothes for lasting relief.
Q: What do they do?
A: Cools and Soothes- If you muscles tighten when the heat is on, the oil of camphor, wintergreen and peppermint in this blend bring down the temperature on contact.
Relaxes Muscles- Natural properties in birch, German chamomile and essential oils of the mint family soothe the body’s response to overexertion, calming muscles and restoring movement.
Calms Anxiety- Ice finds the stress that tends to settle in the neck, shoulders and lower back, penetrating deeply and dissolving knots.
Q: How does Ice work?
A: Bracing mint and white camphor join with helichrysum and German chamomile, essences that act to cool and soothe sore muscles. Black pepper oil stimulates blood flow, and natural analgesics birch and wintergreen penetrate to reach deep muscle pain.
Q: How can I use Ice?
A: There are a lot of different ways to use your
Topical Use- Rub a few drops of Ice directly into affected joints and muscles for cooling relief.
Massage- Add a few drops of Ice to
Compress- Apply a few drops of Ice to warm or cool water to create a compress. Apply to aching joints and muscles, reapplying with fresh water and additional Ice Soothing Blend as the compress comes to skin temperature.
For children and sensitive skin- Mix one drop of Ice Soothing Blend with five drops
Q: Are there any precautions I should take when using Ice?
A: For topical or aromatic use.
For children, dilute one drop essential oil with four drops
Caution: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Q: What ingredients are in Ice?
A: Impact Ingredients:
Emperor - Birch
Minister - Peppermint
Assistant - Wintergreen
Messenger - Camphor
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Q: Are Priime essential oil blends safe for use during pregnancy?
A: Pregnant or lactating women should always consult
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
• Roman Chamomile
• Geranium Rose
• Pink Grapefruit
• Melissa Leaf
• Damask Rose
• 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.