Sneezing Into Scalding Cup Of Tea Caused Blisters
Author: Emily v.
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Testimonial ID: 10221-OR
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My experience is both humorous and painful. While recovering from a slight cold, I managed to sneeze into a scalding cup of tea. I ended up with blisters inside my nose, on my upper lip, and on patches of my right cheek.
Immediately I bathed the areas in cold water, followed with Lavender essential oil and Sandalwood Moisture Cream. Each seemed to work exceptionally well for relieving the discomfort and for speeding the healing process.
However, I also found that the Young Living Vanillamint Lip Balm worked extremely well for soothing the area. I actually put it in the freezer for 10 minutes before using, which made it even BETTER!
It has been 3 days since the incident, and my skin is almost back to normal, except for some slight redness.
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