We credit the idea for Goodbye Headache® to a doctor visiting our shop many years ago. Now, it’s one of our best selling products.
Roll a bit of this minty, herbal oil on your forehead, temples and the back of your neck. Goodbye Headache feels cool as you massage it in with your fingertips.
Your sinuses open and your skin tingles a bit from the high menthol content of cornmint essential oil. Mints have long been used in aromatherapy for headaches and nausea. Lavender essential oil relaxes and adds softness to the scent.
Jojoba oil, the carrier oil we use, has a long shelf life. Jojoba enables smooth, easy application, and absorbs quickly into the skin.
It is said that strong odors can trigger a migraine. Perhaps those "strong odors" come from synthetic fragrances which we never use. In fact, some migraine sufferers tell us that an emerging headache is often quelled using Goodbye Headache.
“I'm a school nurse. I don't have permission to give medicine to kids complaining of headaches so I tried Goodbye Headache. If it didn't work, I know I would have seen them again later.”
Beth Durban, St. Louis, MO
“This stuff really works! Tension headaches are an almost daily event for me and I live with them because I don't like eating Advil every day. I love the little roller ball - - it makes it so easy to apply. I think I like this even more than the soap (and that is very high praise indeed).”
Julie Ridge, Webster Groves, MO
“I keep a bottle in my purse. I use it as soon as I feel a headache coming on and then usually it never develops.”
Alice Koch, Dallas, TX
"Just wanted to drop you a quick note, to say how much I love, love, LOVE the Goodbye Headache. I've usually used it with migraines, and it's the only thing that keeps nausea at bay.
"But what prompts this note: in June, my husband and I took a little roller bottle of it with us on vacation to England, and used it for EVERYTHING: jet lag, joint aches and pains, motion sickness on the Underground, on eye pillows when we went to bed, on the arches of our feet after walking miles a day, for hangovers (hey, it was the World Cup), and, once, when I fainted from skipping lunch and standing in the sun at the Globe Theater.
"I love this stuff – it was a lifesaver!"
Elizabeth Henning, St. Louis, MO