5 DYI Essential Oil Recipes

Here is a DYI sugar scrub with Stress Away essential oil
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blend! Treat yourself while
de-stressing.
Melt Your Stress Away Vanilla Lime Sugar Scrub
Ingredients

1 cup sugar (I buy this HERE)
1/4 cup olive oil (I buy this HERE)
2 tbsp raw honey (I buy this HERE )
40 drops Stress Away Essential Oil
Directions

Combine ingredients in a glass jar and use as needed
to melt your stress away as well as
those rough spots, you know elbows,feet, and such ithas
the fragrant vanilla lime scent!

 

Pineapple Ginger Lemonade Popsicles

Prep Time: 5 minutes, plus freezing time

Serves: 8

Ingredients:

12 oz. fresh pineapple, chopped½ cup fresh lemon juice½ cup filtered water¼ cup raw honey½-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and finely grated2 drops Ginger essential oil4 drops Lemon essential oil

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Share the gift of essential oils this holiday season with three easy personal care DIYs! First introduced at our 2015 Beauty School, these tried-and-true recipes are easy, inexpensive, and just a little luxurious. Plus, they make a giftable package in small mason jars or lip balm pots wrapped with a festive ribbon.

 

Mistletoe Lip Scrub

2 tsp. organic evaporated cane juice crystals

¾ teaspoon coconut oil

1–2 drops Christmas Spirit™ essential oil blend

Combine ingredients and add to containers.

 

Moo-Less Milk Bath

½ cup dry coconut milk powder

2 Tbsp. baking soda

2 Tbsp. arrowroot starch

10–15 drops of your favorite topical essential oil

Mix dry ingredients together. Pour half the amount into a half pint-sized glass jar or larger. Drop essential oils into the center. Pour the other half of the powder mixture on top. Secure jar lid and shake until well combined.

 

Silky Foot Soak

½ cup Epsom salt

2 Tbsp. rolled oats

10–15 drops of your favorite topical essential oil

Thoroughly combine ingredients and store in a glass jar.

 

These simple recipes are perfect for sharing your passion for Young Living essential oils!     

Try inviting members on your team for a DIY evening and discuss business-building ideas, keep your homemade holiday presents with you just in case an opportunity to start a Young Living discussion presents itself, or drop your gifts off and take a few minutes to explain how Young Living essential oils add to your life.

Check out our make-and-take partypost for ideas on how to host a fun event featuring these holiday gifts.

 

What topical essential oils will you use in your holiday DIYs? Let us know in the comments!

—Gloria Russo, Young Living International and Portfolio Brand Manager, Personal Care

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15 Comments

KateREPLY

We use Young Living essential oils in all of our homemade holiday products! Lavender pillows and Peppermint swirled lip balm are my favorites 

Alyssa HarderREPLY

I made all the women in our extended family Lavender bath salts and Lavender sugar scrub. I tried them out myself and absolutely loved them! I had several people try them and say that they loved them too. Homemade gifts mean so much more than store bought, especially if they involve YL essential oils.

Tricia JohnsonREPLY

LOVE the idea of mixing the oats with the epsom salt! I’ve always mixed baking soda with the salts. This will be a new way to make a foot soak!

TeresaREPLY

I was wondering if anyone has used 1 drop of Northern Lights Black Spruce oil in a C-pap machine in the container of distilled water? I would like to try to use it. But, I want to be sure it is safe to inhale. Does anyone know about this and can email me?
Thanks bunches!
Teresa

Young LivingREPLY

Hi Teresa, We would not recommend using essential oils in conjunction with a CPAP machine in any manner as the oils may damage the plastic components of the machine. If you desire to use the oils in another manner, we would suggest contacting your physician to determine if the oils are safe to use with your current medical condition. Thanks for stopping by with your questions.

pat trigilioREPLY

Is the foot soak for one use only?

Young LivingREPLY

Hi Pat, Thanks for your question. The Foot Soak is designed for one use, but you do not have to use the full amount. Thanks for stopping by!

Adrienne CobbsREPLY

I made Lavender bath salts, Shower Stones w/a sample of Lavender, essential oils Fun Dough, and Purification car diffusers (using a clothespin).

TerryREPLY

Hello Adrienne, I love your ides for bath salts, shower stones, and car diffusers. Would you share your recipe’s? My email isthorton@stny.rr.com
Thank you

NancyREPLY

Where can you purchase the organic evaporated juice crystals?

Young LivingREPLY

Hi Nancy, You can purchase the organic evaporated juice crystals online or at many natural food stores. Thanks for stopping by with your question!

Karen LangeREPLY

I made car fresheners with cardboard cutouts and Purification and I made bath/foot soaks with several empty EO bottles and Epsom salts, then added baking soda also when I took out the bottles. Then I soaked them in distilled water and saved that for adding to baths also.

TonyaREPLY

What is the shelf life of the Silky Foot Soak, Bath Milk, Lip Scrub?

Young LivingREPLY

Hi Tonya, The lip scrub should be used within a day or two, but the milk bath and foot scrub should last several weeks if stored in an airtight jar. We hope this information is helpful!

LisaREPLY

Well, creating a homemade essential oil mix does make the gift a lot more personal. Good idea!

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. hiyou18 says:

    This is great. Will definitely try some! xo

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Mobile Mother Trucker says:

    How does it get any better

    Like

  3. Mobile Mother Trucker says:

    How does it get any better than that?

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