Support Your Immune System Naturally with Essential Oils
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FALL BELOW THE WELLNESS LINE? Natural remedies are helpful to our bodies when we are sick, and they are powerful in helping us stay healthy in the first place! Here are some go-to ways I use essential oils to support my family’s immune system. Get that NingXia Red in daily! It’s very high in antioxidants! Get that diffuser going! Diffuse blends like Thieves or RC. Immune Support Diffuser Blend3 drops Thieves3 drops Lemon1 drop Frankincense Apply your essential oils early and often!TIP: Hot oils can be diluted with a carrier oil and apply to the feet. The pores are really big on the bottom of…
30 Budget-Friendly Essential Oils Under $20
Essential oils are too expensive, they say. Young Living has so many oils that are under $20!!! Did you know there are around 100 drops in a 5ml and 300 drops in a 15ml, depending on the viscosity of the oil. Check out this list of 30 oils under $20! Lime Vitality | 5 ml | $5.75 Clove Vitality | 5 ml | $7.50 Rosemary Vitality | 5 ml | $7.75 Fennel Vitality | 5 ml | $9.00 Christmas Spirit | 5 ml | $10.50 R.C. | 5 ml | $10.50 Jade Lemon | 5 ml | $11.00 Orange | 15 ml | $11.00 Spearmint Vitality | 5 ml |…
Beginner’s Guide to Carrier Oils
Carrier oils are usually overlooked because they don’t contain the therapeutic constituents of other essential oils, but they can play an indispensable companion of topically applied essential oils. Jojoba Oil: Works wonderfully as a skin moisturizer. Non-greasy doesn’t clog pores. Contains vitamin E and B vitamins, which help to treat sunburns and wounds, it has antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, and it contains three fatty acids. Almond oil: Absorbs relatively quickly; leaves a slight hint of oil on the skin. Rich in vitamin E and oleic acid. Good all-purpose carrier oil Fractionated Coconut Oil: Unlike coconut oil, fractionated coconut oil is liquid at room temperature. Absorbs well; leaves skin feeling silky…
Lavender Clay Facemask
In our busy schedules with so much going on, it’s so important to take time for self-care. Turn off all the noise, lower the shades, and spend some time for you! You are worth it, and on the other side, you’ll be stronger than you were before! This simple clay mask is a great way to revive your skin! 1 tbsp European Clay or Bentonite Clay 1 tbsp cold water Few drops of Lavender Oil Mix ingredients together. Thoroughly cover face and neck, allow to sit for 10-20 minutes. Rinse off and apply moisturizer.
DIY REED DIFFUSER
One of the most hidden dangerous chemicals in our homes is air fresheners! Ditch these secret culprits and switch to a healthier, natural solution by making your own reed diffuser. DIY REED DIFFUSER 5-10 reed diffuser or bamboo sticks A small glass container ¼ carrier oil (fractionated coconut oil, sweet almond oil or sunflower oil) 20-35 Drops of Essential Oils 1 Tbsp. of Rubbing Alcohol or Vodka Combine the carrier oil, essential oils, and alcohol in a small bowl. Stir to mix the oils and pour into your glass container. Insert the sticks for an hour or two, then flip so the saturated end is now pointing upwards. Every week…
DIY Goodbye Wrinkles Roller Ball
Kick those pesky blemishes and wrinkles to the curb. This combo is simple but so POWERFUL! “Bye Bye” Rollerball: 10 drops of Frankincense5 drops of LavenderFill the rest with a carrier oil. Joboba oil is my favorite for this mix! Use this at night on any blemish or wrinkle on your face. Keep that face glowing!!!
DIY Layered Milk Bath
I love finding new ways to elevate my “me time”. This layered milk bath is a game changer! Oh, and it looks fabulous sitting by your bathtub! (Makes a great gift too!) Layered Milk Bath Makes 1 (16-ounce) bath soak Ingredients 1 cup Himalayan bath salt 1 cup powdered goat’s milk Essential oils: I used a couple of drops of Lavender and Eucalyptus Use your favorite combo. ½ cup dried rose petals Instructions Combine Himalayan bath salt with essential oil, and mix well. Place ½ cup powdered goat’s milk into a pint-size glass jar, creating an even layer on the bottom. Next, add a ½-cup layer of Himalayan bath salt…