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DIY Basic Ointment, Salve or Balm

Are you concerned about all the chemicals in products that you use around the house and looking for a way to replace them with natural alternatives? Would you like to start making your own natural, chemical-free ointments, salves and balms, allowing you to know exactly what’s in them? Then you’ve come to the right place. You’ll be happy to find 4 variations of this recipe which will allow you to make either soft, firm, x-tra firm or hard versions. Depending on the application method you’re looking for you may want one that is more like a lotion, other times you may want one for making your own lip balms. Making up all 4 versions in advance takes the guesswork out of what firmness you’ll get before you add your essential oils. When ready to customize yours with your chosen essential oils simply: choose the firmness you want, scoop out the … Continue reading

Winter BEAUTY Regime for Dry Skin

  Winter weather can bring along with it dry, itchy, flaky skin due to harsh soaps, dry indoor air, low humidity, winter wind and cold-weather! Fortunately though, there are safe, natural everyday products found in many homes that one can use to help hydrate and soothe dry skin without using the commercial, chemical laden lotions and oils on the market. Soothing the itch and re-hydrating your skin by treating it with a winter beauty regime, once-a-week, is a lot easier and cheaper than you might think. During the winter I try to exfoliate and moisturize by using a homemade DIY oil based body scrub made up of organic extra virgin olive oil, epsom salts, plain white sugar and essential oils. I encourage you to give it a try, and I’m pretty confident that once you’ve tried this you too will develop this once a week routine during the long winter … Continue reading

POO-ROMATHERAPY Spray… Air Freshener & Cleanser Rolled Into One

I got quite the laugh this morning while reading the most recent issue of The Raindrop Messenger, the official newsletter of The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education, Inc. (CARE). It contains an article entitled “APPLIED POO-ROMATHERAPY FOR HOME & OFFICE” that gives a recipe for making POO-ROMATHERAPY Spray! The spray serves as an air freshener and cleanser rolled into one… a great combination wouldn’t you say!!! Gotta LOVE our oils, right? Since I already carry a bottle of our Thieves Spray in my purse and always use it to spray shopping cart handles when I go shopping I’m halfway there. I’m considering trying to make it with Purification as well, which is known for eliminating (not covering up) odors and have found it works great on STINKY feet and SNEAKERS!! Whew!!!! All I’ll need to do is decide which oil to add and then give it a spritz here … Continue reading

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