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Diffuser Blends & Recipes

Hello August

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I can’t believe we are already 4 days into August!

Welcoming August in, I wanted to share with you a diffuser blend that was inspired by visiting family over the long weekend ( we hadn’t seen them in 7 months, and took all social distancing pre-cautions).

Try out this Sweet Holiday Diffuser Blend and tell me what you think, just add:

  • 2 drops of Tangerine
  • 2 drops of Ylang Ylang
  • 2 drops of Cedarwood
  • 2 drops of Sandalwood

I hope you enjoy this sweet but relaxing blend!

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Information on Essential Oils

Diffuser Care

Our diffusers need care too…since they work so hard taking care of us!

Regardless of the type of diffuser you have, learning how to clean your diffuser is important to ensure its longevity. If left for too long, essential oils or any leftover water can corrode and ruin your unit, and can also negatively affect your aromatic experience when there’s an array of essential oil residue in the diffuser.

  1. We also recommend that you deep clean your diffusers once a month or as needed. Do so by following these steps based on the type of diffuser you have

  2. To keep your diffuser in perfect running condition for years to come, clean your diffuser after each use by wiping it out and letting it dry before using it again. For a quick clean, it is a good idea to diffuse Lemon oil for a short time. This makes it easier to clean out any residue or water lines before you wipe it out. For diffusers that do not use water, make sure to rinse out the nozzle with tap water and then wipe it clean.

  3. We also recommend that you deep clean your diffusers once a month or as needed. Do so by following these steps based on the type of diffuser you have: How to Deep-Clean an Ultrasonic Diffuser:

  4. Turn off your diffuser.

  5. Fill the water reservoir halfway to the line with clean water.

  6. Add 10 drops of pure white vinegar to the water reservoir. Turn it on and let run for 3-5 minutes, allowing the vinegar to disperse throughout.

  7. Drain the water reservoir completely. Dip a cotton swab in white vinegar and wipe down the edges of the water reservoir as well as the ultrasonic mist chip.

  8. Rinse the water reservoir with clean water. Wipe the reservoir with a dry cloth and let air dry before using it again. Wipe clean with a dry cloth.Keeping a clean diffuser allows for the best possible experience in using your essential oils aromatically.

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DIY Recipes

Rainy Day Bath Soak Recipe – DIY

It’s been a rainy start to the week, so I thought I would share with you this relaxing bath salt blend….

Ingredients
  • 10 drops of Lavender Oil.
  • 8 drops of Bergamot Oil.
  • 5 drops of Clary Sage Oil.
  • 2 cups of Epsom Salt.
  • ¼ cup of Baking Soda.
  • ¼ cup of Sea Salt.
  • Dried Lavender (optional)

Directions:

  • Give the jar a good shake to mix all ingredients. Add 1/4 cup to running warm bath water in a tub and enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub.
  • Enjoy!

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5 Day Essential Oil Challenge

5 Day Essential Oil Challenge

My apologies for not posting for awhile…

I am inviting you to take the 5 Day Essential Oil Challenge!
 
Each day, I will post a “challenge” for 5 days showing how you can use one of the Essential Oils in your daily life.
You don’t have to be a member to participate, and you can even be new to using Essential Oils.
Take it one step at a time, and see how useful essential oils can be for cleaning, for self care and how they can help you in your home.
 
Please let me know if you have any questions at all, and I look forward to sharing this experience with you. 🙂
START DATE: August 20th, 2019
END DATE: August 24th, 2019
I will be posting each challenge right here on this webpage.
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DIY Recipes, Summertime & Essential Oils

DIY Sun Spray Recipe (too much sun)

It’s summer time!!! and sometimes that means we get a bit too much sun.

Sun exposure is good, but too much of it can cause irritation. Next time you deal with discomfort from too much sun, try this after-sun soothing spray with essential oils.

Ingredients
1 cup aloe vera juice
¼ cup Fractionated Coconut Oil (or a carrier oil of your choice)
1 teaspoon vitamin E
8 drops Lavender oil
8 drops Melaleuca oil
8 drops Peppermint oil
Note: You can find aloe vera juice at your local health food store.
Instructions
Combine all ingredients in glass spray bottle.
Shake to combine.
Tip: Shake before each use to incorporate all ingredients. Spray onto skin as needed.