This healthy version of the vapor rub Mom spread on your chest and under your nose when you were a child provides cool, refreshing relief from congestion. Beeyoutiful® Winter Breeze Vapor Rub™ uses body-friendly coconut and olive oils, along with beeswax (rather than petroleum -- an oil that can be processed into gas for your car!) as carriers for camphor, menthol, eucalyptus, wintergreen and tea tree oils.
These oils are known for their abilities to clear mucus and help relieve upper respiratory and bronchial infections. You can also apply Winter Breeze to your feet, where the antibacterial, antifungal oils soak through your skin and into body cells. If this vapor rub is applied regularly at bedtime for several months, foot fungus and cracking should disappear.
This is a must have in my arsenal when we get sick or have a sinus headache.
I place a little bit on under the nose, on the chest and on the back and it works wonders.
Interesting enough when I had my fifth child, I suffered from chronic mastitis, after a little research I read that eucalyptus worked for unplugging plug milk ducts, not having any eucalyptus oil on hand I reached for the Winter breeze.
I simply rubbed it on the red, swollen, plugged milk ducts and by morning, the ducts were clear.
Winter breeze became my go to after that whenever I had a plugged milk duct and I made sure my cupboard was well stocked while I was nursing.
I do prefer using this over vaporub. It’s nice to know you’re using something that’s not petroleum based. After using it a couple of nights in a row on my daughter she developed a mild rash on her chest. She has really sensitive skin. The others haven’t had any issues with a rash. Honestly though, the rash didn’t bother her and I’ve used it since (just more sparingly) when she has a bad cough and needs relief. It does leave an oily film on your hands after rubbing it in but soap washes that right off. The kids don’t feel oily at all the next day. I would recommend this product.
I love this product! Hope they get it in stock soon!
I bought it because of the write up Beeyoutiful gave, regarding fungus on your feet. But this is so much more!
It's a comfort to be able to put a product on knowing that you're not getting extra chemicals that are not natural or healthy. This is a must for the cold fall and winter season. Have it on hand before you need it!
We ran out of Winter breeze and used Vicks instead.....I was reminded of why I love Winter breeze SO MUCH! When you are done rubbing Vicks on your kids your hands are covered with this REALLY greasy stuff that does not wash off. Winter Breeze has a completely different feel! It doesn't feel greasy....just moisturizing! Love the REAL ingredients!
Hello! We highly recommend doing your own personal research as best use guidelines vary widely with appropriate ages. We recommend a minimum age of 2 years old and more cautious guidelines are 4 and 6 years old.
Answer by: Stephanie Tallent (Admin) on Nov 29, 2017 4:47:00 PM
Question by: Sadie Jacobs on May 28, 2017 9:50:00 PM
In my experience this product is much more gentle than other popular vapor rubs. They always burn the outside of my nose, especially if it's sensitive after being wiped or blown a lot. Winter Breeze actually soothes the sensitive or raw area. I've used it for years on my children even when they were very small. That being said, everybody is different and has different levels of sensitivities, so doing a bit of testing on each child before slathering it all over their chest and back and feet is definitely in order. Also, because this product contains essential oils, you don't want to over use it. By that I mean, if you're treating a chronic condition where daily use over an extended period of time is needed, it would be best to seek a different solution, or to vary treatments.
Answer by: Steve Tallent (Admin) on May 31, 2017 11:02:00 AM
Does this product go bad or have an expiration date?
Question by: Nicole on Apr 3, 2017 5:55:00 PM
Each bottle will come with a best use by date on it. On average it has 2 years of usable time from the time you receive it but the date for each bottle will be on it at the time it's shipped. Hope that helps! Please don't hesitate to get back with us with any followup questions at firstname.lastname@example.org