Product Review: Tisserand Orange Essential Oil

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Hey Essential Oil lovers! Here is a new product review for you. I have been using this Tisserand Orange Organic Pure Essential Oil for many months now. It is one of my regulars, I use it in many different ways. Sometimes I add a few drops in the bath, I also use it in my diffuser and also on my skin. Have you tried this Tisserand Orange Pure Essential Oil?

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The Story of the Orange Essential Pure Organic Oil

The early Arabs were the first to write about the orange, which originated in China. The exact date of its arrival in Europe is not known. It was successfully introduced from Europe to the West Indies in the 15th century, and from there to the New World – the Americas – where it is now mainly grown as a commercial crop.

Sweet orange essential oil is widely used as a food flavouring in confectionary and also as a fragrance note in soaps and toiletry products.

Here are my thoughts:

PROS
  1. I love the fresh citrus fragrance. It smells amazing.
  2. This Essential Oil can be used in a variety of ways like I mentioned before.
  3. It blends in with other essential and carrier oils easily. The best oils to blend the Orange Essential Oil with are Frankincense, Citronella and Ginger.
  4. This Tisserand Orange Essential Oil is pure, 100% natural, vegan and organic.
  5. The orange fragrance stays fresh in the bottle for many months. I have had mine since November 2020 and it still smells like I have newly opened it.
  6. It currently retails at just £3.93 for a 9ml bottle. You can grab yours via the link below –

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CONS

None.

This Tisserand Orange Essential Oil is top quality! It ticks all my boxes and is super handy to have around. I use mine almost every week and I really like it. It is one of those oils you never get tired of using.

What do you think of this Tisserand Orange Essential Oil? Have you tried any of Tisserand Essential Oils? Please share your views in the comments section below. You can read about other essential oils here.

Charity of the Month: Action For Children

The charity of the month is Action For Children. This charity is one very close to my heart because it helps and supports vulnerable children and their families across the UK. Action For Children also work with decision makers to ensure government policies protect children, now and in the future.

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Some of the many ways Action For Children support children from the early years are by:

  • Running over 100 Children’s Centres all over the UK.
  • Having classes for parents.
  • Working with local partners to offer health visitor services, speech therapy sessions and access to midwives.

I could go on and on listing all the amazing things Action For Children is doing in the UK. It is a great charity worth supporting if you are able to.

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Supporting charities is what I like to do. Many may think I am able t do this because I have loads of money and that is not completely true. I enjoy giving those who are truly in need and I believe every little helps. This charity of the month blog series is a way for me to support charities online and encourage others to give if they can. Giving does not have to include money. You can give back by liking, commenting and sharing this post so more people get to read it. Also, you can support Action For Children through volunteering, raising money by running a marathon, organising a tea party, or challenging yourself in other ways and getting your family and friends to support you in raising money for a good cause. You can read more about fundraising and supporting the charity here. If you want to donate, click here.

Also, you can watch the video below by Action For Children on ending childhood crisis.

Thanks for reading. Have a great day wherever you are.

How To Stay Safer In The Workplace

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Any workplace environment can pose potential threats. From employee arguments to safety hazards, there are lots of ways a person could feel unsafe in the workplace. Wherever you work, you should always feel comfortable and secure. If you do not, then here are some tips for how to feel safer in the workplace.

Any workplace environment can pose potential threats. From employee arguments to safety hazards, there are lots of ways a person could feel unsafe in the workplace. Wherever you work, you should always feel comfortable and secure. If you do not, then here are some tips for how to feel safer in the workplace picture

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Always know there’s help

The workplace environment may not be a place you feel comfortable talking to people, especially if you do not know them as well as your friends and family. But, always know that there is someone you can talk to. For example, if you have had an incident then you can talk to your boss, a colleague, or a federal criminal defense lawyer. If you were the victim of the incident, it needs reporting. If you were involved, the latter option may be the best choice.

Be communicative

In workplaces where there is a fear-based regime, there are secrets. Parenting provides a great metaphor; it is easy to mistakenly think that a spanking will elicit a behavioral change. While it might appear to work in the short term, the long-term ramifications are far too costly. The same goes for the workplace. When everyone is walking on eggshells, employee concerns are buried deep under the surface. This increases the risk of a sudden argument or disagreement. 

Regular cleaning

Regular cleaning of any workspace is key to keep hazards at a minimum. For instance, it is easy to suffer a slip accident in any workplace, from a warehouse to an office if there is something on the floor. Daily cleaning services will prevent or reduce the risk of incidents like this. 

Be aware of the risks

Regardless of where you work, you need to understand the potential risks and issues that you might encounter. If your workplace has particular hazards or dangers, then you need to make your staff and co-workers fully aware of what they are and how to avoid those problems. Once you’ve made everyone aware of the hazards, you can work more safely knowing that you and your staff understand the risks in your workplace. They don’t have to be obvious and immediate dangers either like power tools, it could be something specific such as a loose step on the stairs or a faulty power outlet. Make sure these are disabled if possible, or that warning signs are placed around them.

Understand the equipment

If you work in a hazardous workplace, such as a spray painting factory or a chemical plant, then make sure you know how to properly use your safety equipment and how to maintain it. Even if you know how to put the gear on, you might not fully understand how to use it when a situation occurs. Never slack with the process of putting on and maintaining your gear because it’s there for a reason. It’ll save your life and protect you from medical conditions and problems should you encounter them.

 

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