Help! I Got Essential Oil In My Eye!

Today when I was getting ready, I grabbed the Young Living Frankincense essential oil bottle because I wanted to apply some to my face (because Frankincense oil is good for your skin and complexion). Good idea? Yes! However, my not so brilliant idea was to take the bottle and drop the Frankincense oil directly on my forehead (versus putting a drop or two on my finger tips and then rubbing that on my face). As you can probably guess, it dripped down my forehead and I got essential oil in my eye! And yes, it stung! However, I want you to know that panicking isn’t necessary. I simply took a little carrier oil (like Young Living’s V-6 oil or olive oil) and massaged some of that around and in my eye. All better! No blindness, no blurry vision, no redness, no puffiness, and no more discomfort. :) For more detail, it’s all explained in the short video below.

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