Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Shankara Muscle Release Oil #Review #ShankaraMRO

Disclosure: I received complimentary sample in exchange for a product review. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.

Shankara Muscle Release Oil

Since I've gotten a little older sometimes my leg muscles are achy and it happens at night when I'm trying to get to sleep, of course. Most of the time I just get up and take a couple of pain relievers but really don't like doing that if I can help it. Then there are the other aches and pains that we all get sometimes.

 I've never tried a product such as a muscle release oil before so was interested to try out the Shankara Muscle Release Oil. When I received the product it came delivered to my home very securely packaged. I was impressed right away at the attractive glass bottle that the oil comes in. It has a beautiful design and includes a pump dispenser, which is so convenient and easy to use. 

This oil can be used for so many different ailments you may have... including muscle pain, arthritis, bruises, inflammation, neck pain, knee pain, bruises, frozen shoulder and so much more. It may also help with healing of scars and improve your sleep.

I love that that this muscle release oil has so many natural ingredients which are known for their healing abilities and are soothing on my skin . Here is a full list of the ingredients below.

Herbalized oil: Devil's Claw, Boswellia, Birch bark, Lavender, Licorice, and Arnica in a base oil complex of Almond, Grapeseed, Aloe Vera, and Jojoba oils. Essential oil complex: Sweet Birch, Lavender, Camphor, Cedarwood, CO2 extract of Frankincense, Helichrysum, Melissa, Blue Chamomile, Plai, Turmeric, and Yarrow essential oils. Added moisturizers: Squalane (Olive-derived) and Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E full spectrum) Carrier oil complex: Sunflower Oleic, Sesame, Almond, and Castor oils

When I used the Shankara Oil I thought it had a very appealing scent, unlike other muscle relaxing products you may have tried in the past. To use all I do is use a pump or two of the oil and thoroughly massage it onto my achy legs or on the back of my neck. I love how it makes my skin feel more relaxed and less tense. I used it before I went to bed and had a restful night's sleep. The directions say that you can eve use it in your bathtub which is something I'm planning on doing also. I love soaking in a nice warm bath to melt the aches away, so this will really come in handy.

A nice tidbit you may be interested in is Shankara donates all of its profits to humanitarian project via the non-profit International Association for Human Value. How amazing is that!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a good alternative product to use on my neck, shoulder, and back pain. I use essential oils for my headaches, so it would be nice to find another product like that to ease my muscle pains. Thanks for the review.