Danarra Aroma Therapy Oil is here to save you

By: Krissa Lara Amiel Toldanes  |  September 14, 2018

Our lives are filled with hustle and bustle, from stressful transportation, to workloads, and other stuff that bugs our mind from our day-to-day shenanigans.

To cope with these stressors, we indulge ourselves on different types of things that help us deal with stress. Some splurge on their comfort food, some choose to sleep, and some spend time relaxing with their loved ones. However, you can’t do these things on the middle of the day, right? That’s why we resort on using balms and essential oils. These therapeutic substances has been ingrained in the Filipino culture, and been passed down to generations. From relieving symptoms of motion sickness and even headaches, it also palliavates sore muscles, stiffness, bruising, or sprains and strains. Hence, the large scale use of balms and essential oils in the country.

Whenever you are feeling burnt out on the middle of the day, Danarra Aroma Therapy Oil is here to save you. You might shy away on the idea of using therapy oils, because you know they are for oldies. To brush off this dilemma, Danarra come up with a soothing balm with fine fragrance oils. A relaxing balm without the domineering smells of camphor and menthol.

Strong smell from balms and other essential oils is such a turn off for the younger users. Let’s be honest, camphor and menthol scents are affiliated to the elders. With Danarra oil, you don’t have to worry about smelling like a granny. The scents of Danarra Oil won’t hurt your nostrils, plus, you have six scents to choose from!

And it is very convenient to carry, will fit on our purses or hand bags. You can also simply put it on your pockets if you don’t feel like bringing a bag with you. Spillage is not a problem because Danarra Oil comes in a roll-on bottle, all you have to do is to make sure that you tighten up the cap after usage.

Did you know that the name Danarra derived from the word ‘Nadarra’? It means ‘natural’ Scottish Gaelic vocabulary. Celtic knots were chosen to become its symbol because Danarra and the Celtic knots connote interconnections between a person and nature. Interesting, right?

So if you want to throw away your stress, visit the nearest Mercury Drugstore and grab a Danarra Oil for only P89.00

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