A Scent That Soothes

A Scent to Soothe 

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soothe

/so͞oT͟H/

  1. gently calm (a person or their feelings).

  2. Reduce plain or discomfort (a part of the body).

  3. Relieve or ease (Pain).



When Raif started making products for his Apothecary, he made them with the intention that they would be used to benefit the users overall health. He made it with a purpose other than to create something that smells good or looks beautiful. Our TR Soothe Serum is made of a blend essential oils including; sandalwood, lavender, wild orange, holy basil, roman chamomile, and a touch of patchouli. Each of these essential oils have so many healing properties and benifits. The blend of these oil became a scent that is interesting, smells good, and has a multiple of uses.  Here is what is in it and what each of the oils helps with. 


Sandalwood :ability to encourage mental clarity ad relaxation

Lavender:believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness.

Wild Orange:anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, antispasmodic, antiseptic

Holy Basil: Natural Aphrodisiac, Deodarizer, and Promotes Confidence 

Roman Chamomile: Creates Peaceful Atmosphere, Calms Nerves

Patchouli: antidepressant, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, cicatrizant, cytophylactic, deodorant, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicide, insecticide


A scent that has mulituple of ways to be used. It has been really interesting over the last couple of years to hear feedback from customers, friends and family that have used our TR Soothe Serum in different ways. We have some customers who solely use it for the scent because it just resinates with them. I have clients who told me they use it when they have headaches, rather then running to the cabinet for pain relievers they simply roll the serum over their temples and rub it in for relief. Yoga instructors have told us how they roll on behind their neck before practice as a way to center themselves. Raif works outside so much and has gotten his fare share of bug bites here in Texas, because the serum has natural antiseptic properties he rolls it over bug bites to help with the itching and healing. As for me, I use the serum to calm myself. I am naturally a really anxious person and I always have soothe serum near by for when I feel like I just need to take a minute, breath and let go of whatever is causing me anxiety. I typically roll over my wrists and temples and take a couple deep breaths to get the instant soothing effects.  

If you are a user of our Soothe Serum be sure to let us know how you use it! Thank you for your support and we look forward to sharing more in the next couple of months! If you haven’t tried it www.theisraiford.com to order!

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