Sunbreeze Essential Oil

Sunbreeze Concentrated Essential Oil

Sunbreeze Essential Oils

Sunbreeze Essential Oil

Sunbreeze Oil and Balm

From the Heat of the Sun – to the Cool of the Breeze…
Soothing, healing oils and balms have been a part of Chinese herbalism for centuries. The Chinese developed a soothing, penetrating formula to ease pain and promote healing of external injuries. SunBreeze is based on the formula recorded in herbal manuscripts of ancient Chinese emperors. Sunrider’s SunBreeze follows this tradition combined with modern technology. SunBreeze oil is made from pure essential oils of flowers and herbs, while the balm is made from the same oil blended in a natural beeswax base. SunBreeze naturally promotes more blood circulation in the areas where it is applied and the body does it’s own healing.

What Makes Sunbreeze Oil Unique?

5 Natural Ingredients…
Menthol, Camphor, Cassia Oil, Mint Extract, Eucalyptus Oil.

You can easily recognize menthol and camphor from their minty smell.
Sunbreeze does not contain man made ingredients, chemicals, or synthetic aromas.

Other oils and balms, like Tiger Balm, say to contact poison control if swallowed because of all the chemicals added. Sunbreeze Oil is unique because it’s 100% pure and natural, no chemicals! It is made from the essential oils of flowers and herbs and is super concentrated.

SunBreeze facilitates healing through warming(as the sun) or cooling(as the breeze) as needed. Following are just some of the ways SunBreeze is used:

Rub on temples, forehead and/or the back of the neck for:

Muscle tension
Motion sickness
Rub on any other part of the body as needed. Useful for:

Back and Neck pain
Sore Muscles
Cold sores
Upset stomach
Strains and Sprains
Sinus Congestion
Insect stings or repellent
Sore throat
Place a small amount (1-2 drops- oil or balm) on the tongue. Useful for:

Sinus congestion
Sore throat
Motion sickness
Upset stomach
Mix the oil with shampoo or conditioner. Wash hair as usual. Useful for:

Muscle Tension
Itchy scalp
Morning sluggishness