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This or That: Sleepy Head vs Sound Asleep

This or That: Sleepy Head vs Sound Asleep

We’ve been asked a lot about the difference between OK For Kids Sleepy Head and Sound Asleep blends. To put it simply, the difference is in the aroma. Each blend is intended to help your child fall asleep, stay asleep and awake feeling well rested. It even works great for adults too! So what’s the difference?

Sleepy Head

OK For Kids Sleepy Head is most effective when paired with a good bedtime story. For Sleepy Head, you might choose a classic like Peter Pan. This blend is earthy, grounding and yet, sweet. Lavender, Cedarwood, Frankincense and Petitgrain are standout characters in this harmonious blend, and will send your child off to Neverland, dreaming of adventure, pirates, mermaids and all things magical. The aroma of this unchanging blend is sure to become a nostalgic memory, and will leave some wishing they never grow up.

Sound Asleep

If Sleepy Head is best paired with a story like Peter Pan,OK For Kids Sound Asleep is most relaxing when snuggling up with a timeless tale like Sleeping Beauty. This blend is beautiful, sweet and soft like a lullaby. The aroma of floral Damiana and luxurious Osmanthus work together in the most beautiful of ways. As you and your child fall in love with this light and sweet blend, pleasant dreams are sure to follow closely behind.

The Verdict

As parents, we know sleep is important, that’s why it’s hard for us when our kids just can’t fall asleep. Those tired eyes never seem to shut, but as many of us know, a child’s sleep pattern can affect school performance and emotional balance throughout the day. We also understand everyone is different, which is why we’ve formulated multiple blends for the same purpose. The difference between Sleepy Head and Sound Asleep mainly comes down to a preference in aroma. Both blends have oils that will help the user maintain restful sleep. We recommend checking out other customers reviews of these blends to help you decide which of these blends may be best for you and your little ones!

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Edens Garden

June 26, 2018

Hi Angela! That is a great idea for an under eye oil. Vetiver is very skin nourishing.

We don’t recommend using oils on children under 2 years old, as they are much more sensitive to essential oils than adults. If you wish to use essential oils with your baby, we recommend working with their pediatrician and aromatherapist who can provide safe guidelines based on your specific needs.

Angela

June 26, 2018

Is veritver mixed with cumcumber seed oil good for u Det eye wrinkles?

Which sleepy bend can be used on a 6 month and where should I apply?

Thanks