Some of our favorite DIY recipes to use with essential oils. Enjoy!
15-20 drops of Lemon
15-20 drops of Lavender
15-20 drops of Peppermint
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Directions: In a 10 ml glass roller bottle, first put the oils
and then fill the rest with Fractionated Coconut oil. Roll
onto the back of neck & chest & bottoms of your feet focusing on the toes. *NOTE: For children use 5-7 drops of each oil.
Diaper Rash Spray
5 drops of Melaleuca
5 drops of Frankincense
5 drops of Lavender
Fractionated Coconut oil
In a 2 oz Glass spray bottle, first put the oils and then fill the rest with fractionated coconut oil. Spray once or twice at a time onto infants bum when needed.
1 TBS of 100% Pure Aloe Vera
2 Drops of On Guard Oil Blend
2 Drops of Lemon Oil
1/2 TBS of water
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Directions: In a 2-4 oz spray bottle put aloe vera and oils, then fill the rest with Fractionated Coconut Oil.
(for sore throats & to boost immune system)
8 oz of Water
2 Drops of On Guard blend
1 Drop of Lemon oil
Honey to taste
Sunburn Healer spray
10 Drops Lavender Oil
10 Drops Peppermint Oil
Fill the rest with Fractionated Coconut Oil
1 Cup of Sugar
1/2 Cup of Fractionated Coconut Oil
4-5 Drops of Lavender Oil (or any of your favorite scented oils)
5-10 Drops of Lavender Oil
5-10 Drops of Vetiver Oil
Fractionated coconut oil
Directions: In a 10ml Roller Bottle, put oils in first and then fill the rest with fractionated coconut oil. *NOTE: when using for kids do the 5 drops, and the 10 drops for adults. Roll on the bottom of your feet, stroking from the big toe down to the heel. Put on 20-30 minutes before wanting to sleep.
Although essential oils are safe and natural it is still important to learn how to use them and proper safety guidelines.
Never put essential oils in your eyes or ears.
Read each of the safety tips below and then click on the links to learn more
When using citrus oils topically remember not to expose your skin to UV rays without waiting at least 12 hours, after putting them on. This is because citrus oils are photosensitive. Meaning: if you have them on topically and then go tanning you can get serious burns. You can avoid putting them on places the sun will touch (like the bottom of your feet or areas that are covered by clothing).
Listen to your body. Everyone's skin sensitivity level is different. So it is best to start with a heavier dilution when using essential oils topically. As you learn what works for you and your body, you can always add more essential oils to the mix.
Adult : 3-6 drops of EO to 1 tsp of Carrier oil
Child : 1 drop of EO to 1 tsp carrier oil
Infant : 1 drop of EO to 1 TBS of carrier oil
If you put to much oil on without diluting and need to dilute, just add the carrier oil on afterward instead of washing off with water. Oil and water don't mix ;)
Many of doTERRA's oils are safe to take internally. When reading the label on the bottle just look to see whether it says "ingredients or "supplement facts".
Ingredients: NOT Safe internally
Supplement facts: ARE Safe
Because the essential oil world is unregulated it can be corrupt and many companies advertise no fillers but in reality many contain synthetic chemicals. I can only recommend using doTERRA oils internally because of their quality sourcing I trust doTERRA, because they have complete transparency and go through a third party company to insure that EVERY SINGLE BATCH of oil contains nothing but the best!
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.