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Deep Relief Roll-On vs Cool Azul Pain Relief Cream

Got pain? I think we all do at some point. One thing that I find helpful for pain relief is Young Living’s Deep Relief Roll-On which is a blend of peppermint, wintergreen, dorado azul, and helichrysum essential oils in a convenient roll-on. This blend of popular oils is a great companion for your trips to the gym and busy daily routine. I use it for knee pain before and after a long beach walk. I love the cooling sensation and invigorating scent of peppermint and wintergreen essential oils. The roll-on packaging makes it easy to quickly apply Deep Relief when needed. I keep one with me in my purse at all times so I have it handy at work, home, and outdoors. If you’d like to hear a bit about the science of this blend, listen to what Lindsey Elmore says about the Deep Relief Roll-on.

A similar but different product I use is Young Living’s Cool Azul™ Pain Relief Cream. It provides cooling relief from minor muscle and joint aches, arthritis, strains, bruises, and sprains. I’ve rubbed it on my hands for joint pain, on my lower back and spine, and on my knee as well. This plant-based formula combines the power of Wintergreen essential oil with our exclusive Cool Azul essential oil blend. With two powerful, synergistic active ingredients, this cream provides pain-relieving benefits in two ways: methyl salicylate found in Wintergreen helps alleviate pain deep in the muscles and joints, and natural menthol found in Peppermint provides a cooling effect. If you need relief without synthetic ingredients, Young Living’s Cool Azul Pain Relief Cream is the answer! I keep this at home and take it on vacation because I don’t want to be without it.

Check out Lindsey Elmore’s Cool Azul video to learn more about the science behind Cool Azul.

If you’re interested, you can order these products from my website. Choose Retail to pay full price; or choose Wholesale to save 24% (requires a free membership).

Feel free to contact me for more information about Deep Relief Roll-on or Cool Azul or becoming a member. I’m here to help!

Until next time…

Kathy Van Pelt

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Use Pen on Slide during PowerPoint Slide Show

If you’d like to draw on a slide during a slide show in PowerPoint 2010 or 2007, find the icons along the bottom left side of the slide during the slide show and click the Pen icon. Move your mouse to Pen and click once to switch from the mouse pointer to a pen.

Using the Pen Feature during a PowerPoint 2010 Slide Show
Using the Pen Feature during a PowerPoint 2010 Slide Show

If you want to advance to the next slide with your mouse, you’ll need to turn off the Pen by repeating the above steps.

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