Mohdoh Headeeze is appreciated by many people because it of its ability to relieve niggly and painful headaches. The colours and textures of the dough have been carefully selected to work in conjunction with the 4 scents that the essential oils release. The synergistic effects of touch and smell have been shown to be very effective in treating a number of stress related complaints (as with massage). Plus the tactile nature of the dough has an incredibly soothing and calming effect on the user.
More about the essential oils used
Chamomile: is often found in Europe near the costal areas. It is a rich, warm aroma that stimulates and invigorates bringing renewed energy to your mind and body.
Cornmint: is a flowering plant and is a source of natural menthol. It has a minty aroma and works to uplift and relieve fatigue.
Basil: has a crisp smell. It releases stress, depression and has a refreshing effect. Ideal for mental tension, melancholy and migranes.
Lavender: A bushy herb that grows silver / grey leaves. It can originate from France and is the classic oil used to promote relaxation and aid sleep.
How it works
As the headeeze dough is moulded, the carefully selected essential oils are vaporized, inhaled and absorbed by the skin as its played with it. You will notice a difference in your child as the therapy begins to work. At the same time the specially selected colour of headeeze helps to visually soothe and relax their mind. Its colour is carefully selected to help rebalance the energy centres. These unique, therapeutic elements combine to form a powerful, holistic therapy that really works.
Mohdoh is supplied is a 50g tub. Place the dough in the pot after use and close the lid tightly. This will allow you to use Headeeze for 30 uses lasting for approximately 10 minutes a time.
Aqua, Cellulose, Polyvynilidene Chloride, Glycerine, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Modified Starch, Liquid Paraffin, Boric Acid, Triethanolamine, Acrylic Polymer, Polysiloxane, Phosphoric Acid, CI 77007, Anticide LA, Chamaelum Nobile, Lavendula x Super, Mentha Arvensis, Ocimum Basilicum.