OXYGEN

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OXYGEN Body oil brings a refreshing aroma for you. This fresh and watery fragrance allows you to shine and provide
transparency to the skin. From the first day of application, the skin breathes, is cleaner and brighter and reduces its
imperfections. It brings OXYGEN to skin.

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OXYGEN Body oil brings a refreshing aroma for you. This fresh and watery fragrance allows you to shine and provide
transparency to the skin. From the first day of application, the skin breathes, is cleaner and brighter and reduces its
imperfections. It brings OXYGEN to skin.

Background story:
This was the time when my wife was pregnant with our first child, Amy. She wanted to be peaceful all these days,
and that was something really important to me. While she was in labor, the nurses kept commenting on how
peaceful we were. I’ll never forget the first moment I saw Amy. She was a perfect little baby.
About one hour after she was born, they noticed that she was missing her breath. It kept getting worse and worse.
She required more and more oxygen. She started to have some breathing problems. The pediatricians and the
people I called in to assist took Amy to the special care nursery.it became clear that this was really serious and they
kept missing the vein over and over again. All the while I had my hands on her and I was praying for her. But it's the
enemy who comes to kill steal and destroy, Jesus brings life, and give her one hundred percent Oxygen. I love it;
there is nothing God can’t do.

Ribbon Color: Periwinkle: Stomach Cancer
My story begins in Spring 2007 with my first symptoms. I first started to feel an increased amount of fatigue and
was having small amounts of pain while swallowing food. Occasional reflux sent me to my primary care physician
where he initially diagnosed my symptoms as stress and gave me a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) to help with the
reflux. A few months later, I went back with worse symptoms than before and was tested for an ulcer that came
back negative, so doctors gave me more of the PPI. Being 37 years old, having a new baby, a new job and other
pressures in my life were red flags for stress, but not stomach cancer.
In January of 2008, I encountered a rough night and needed to see the doctor, but it was too early in the morning. I
decided to go to the emergency room where over the next eight hours they discovered I was anemic, then a chest
scan showed a mass at the GE junction to my stomach, to having a conforming endoscopy reveal that I had cancer.
There was slight swelling in my pancreas, so they were unsure if it was stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer, or both. I
was diagnosed with stage IIIB stomach cancer and needed to have my stomach, spleen, half of my pancreas, and a
third of my esophagus removed. The next three weeks were filled with the hospital, oncology, and GI doctor
meetings before the surgery date was set for February 6th.
Surgery appeared to go smoothly, but within 48 hours I had become septic and was announced: “Code Blue,”
ending in emergency surgery to fix a leak. Waking up seven days later after being sedated and on a breathing tube
was a big challenge. After experiencing excruciating pain and hallucinations, followed by consuming vast amounts
of pain meds, I was finally released from the hospital 30 days later and re-entered the world as a wounded 38-year-
old man addicted to painkillers. Marred, and with a 1-year-old daughter, there was a lot of stress and pressure on
everyone.
Chemo and radiation followed my surgery, and I proceeded to drop down to 95 pounds. That amount of weight was
too much to lose, so I had to start on total parenteral nutrition (TPN) through a PICC line inserted in my arm to get
nutrients. The coming year was a tough one with ER visits for dehydration, bowel blockage, CT and PET scans and an
addiction to pain medication that was getting out of control. The fear of dying coupled with my addiction impacted
my marriage. We ended up getting a divorce, and I had to go to rehab twice.
So, even though the first five years were miserable, these past five years have been the best. I no longer get scans
nor do I see my doctor very much. I got remarried to a high school friend this past February, my daughter is 11 and
we have the most fantastic relationship, and I’m as happy as I’ve ever been. Not to say that I’m all that great or life
is easy, but I’ve accepted my skinny body, discomfort, eating, and all of life’s smaller challenges that allows me to be
incredibly grateful and happy in the present. – Steven Melen

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1oz, 2oz, 4oz

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