Those essential oils you see lining your health food store shelves are for something after all! You probably already know your favorite scents, so it’s not hard to play mixologist and concoct your own fragrance oil or eau de parfum
Hey! Before you begin, can we send you a free jar of coconut oil? Click here to get the details. Grouping Aromas by Type Another way to begin mixing and matching different oils is to first group them into aroma categories. Here are some examples: Floral – Lavender, geranium, jasmine, vanilla, ylang ylang, rose, neroli Citrus – Grapefruit, lemon, orange, bergamot, tangerine, lemongrass Woody –… [read more]
Aromatherapy is simply amazing. Aside from just smelling good, there are actually numerous therapeutic benefits that it has to offer. Depending on what kind of scent you choose, different essential oils can either help you relax after a long day or give you that extra boost and perk you up in the morning.
I suffer frequently from several types of headaches — migraines, sinus, and tension. When I’m struggling with any of those, these are my favorite oils to have going in the diffuser. Add this essential oil blend to your diffuser (you can also mix it with a carrier oil in a roller bottle to use topically). Click on the image for more simple recipes for your diffuser.
DIY Hair Detangling & Daily Conditioning Spray | Young Living Essential Oils: Combine in a 1 oz glass spray bottle ~> - 5 drops Geranium oil - 5 drops Lavender oil - 5 drops Rosemary oil - A splash of Witch Hazel - Fill to top with distilled water. Shake well and spray on wet or dry hair. #thebloomingcarrot #hairdetangler #ontheblog
Did you know that orange essential oil is an adaptogen, meaning it contains constituents that are both calming AND stimulating? It understands what your body needs and responds accordingly. Calming when you need to relax and energizing when you need a little get up and go. Isn't that amazing?!!