Saturday, January 25, 2014


Hazelwood by Rebecca:
       Hazelwood by Rebecca
Hazelwood(Beaked) absorbs acids in the body that contribute to Eczema, heatburn, and itchy skin.  Results may be seen in 2 days-3 weeks, and continue to improve after that! :-) (although there is no guarantee, Hazelwood has truly helped our family, and we want to share it with you.)
*The effectiveness of Hazelwood typically lasts 3-9 months, and then they will stop absorbing acid, and you just have jewelry left.
Care instructions:
*Avoid oils/lotions/chlorine water, and too much soap
*It is good for the wood to get wet sometimes-it will make it work better, so rinse it occasionally with plain water, and gently rub.
*Hazelwood beads will change over time, the bark chip away, but they will still work.
*Children should only wear jewelry when being supervised by an adult.

Our goal is to create affordable, sturdy and beautiful jewelry that heals skin conditions.  thanks!  We greatly appritiate referrals and positive reviews!
Dawn and Rebecca Young (509)588-3451
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More information:
Rebecca and Dawn's recommendations:
age 0-1 "Angel infant anklet" (adjustable)

age 1-2 "toddler anklet"(adjustable cable wire with sturdy lobster clasp)

25lbs to pre-school-- Necklace seems to work best, should be worn short enough to not go into child's mouth. Or wire adjustable-size bracelet (less likely to come off than a stretchy one) anklets are fine, too.

Kindergarten and up, Necklaces/bracelet/anklets are fine.  Little girls tend to prefer necklaces that are long enough for them to be able to see them when they are wearing them, but I think boys look better in shorter ones, but that is personal preference.  We have lots of different choices in pendants if you would like to custom order something.

How much is enough?
It varies.

Hazelwood-one bracelet/anklet is enough for most kids. Adults may or may not need 2 or more.  I see a dramatic difference in my bad eczema with just one, but I seem to get even more results with 2 bracelets, or 1 necklace. I weight 130 lbs.

Baltic Amber--I'm still learning, but here are some of our observations:  My 25lbs toddler has about 10 inches of amber for his teething pain (molars!)  and it really helps.  Our 10 lb infant had 3 inches, and that was enough for her, until she got older, and then needed more. One of my adult clients reported that she was getting some results with her 17 inch necklace.  My very mild carpal tunnel goes away with 3 inches of small chip amber.  Common thought is that for teething pain, amber needs to be worn around the neck.  I only put things around my baby's necks as a last resort. Although they do "breakaway" if caught, I just don't like, I don't recomend leaving them on while baby is sleeping, which takes away a lot of the time that the amber won't have to "work".   So, we are in the process of testing to see if anklets work as well as necklaces.  Check our blog if you want to know progress--I only update occasionally.

Conclusion:  Adults---the bigger the amber beads, or the beads that are oval and lay close to the skin would be recomendable, a second necklace would be a good idea if there is still pain.

What about amber color, does it make a difference?  Not that we can tell at this time. The lighter the color, the better it "may" work.  We will be purchasing some "butter" amber in the future, but at this time we don't have a lot of options in amber--mostly chip amber and pressed amber, we do have cherry and "rainbow".  It is all Baltic amber.  Mostly we are selling Hazelwood, and Amber is on the side.

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