Kylie Bertuch

Kylie Bertuch

Yoga teacher. Skier. Wine & food lover. Nature baby. Creative.
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Wake Up!  Essential oil face mist:  2-3 drops lemon 5 drops peppermint 2-3 drops of melaleuca (tea tree oil) Filtered water to fill 3 oz spray bottle.  Shake up and mist over clean face.

Wake Up! Essential oil face mist: drops lemon 5 drops peppermint drops of melaleuca (tea tree oil) Filtered water to fill 3 oz spray bottle. Shake up and mist over clean face.

Where to apply essential oils

Foot Reflexology: massage the part of your foot corresponding to the part of your body hurting & it will slowly reduce pain. (promotes blood circulation to that part of the body-Learned this in cosmetology school,Helps get rid of headaches& cramps )

DIY relaxing face mists | designlovefest

DIY relaxing face mists with printable labels - this is such a cool idea! Plus, all natural products.

Oil and water may not mix, but in the case of essential oils, they form a divine -- and useful -- combination. Extracted from leaves, fruit peels, petals, and other plant parts, essential oils capture nature's subtle fragrances and can even balance your mood, aromatherapists say. Some, like peppermint and eucalyptus, are believed to be stimulating and uplifting; others, like lavender and frankincense, are considered relaxing and centering. These mists are the simplest way to experience......

***Mood Mists Balance or uplift your mood with these easy essential-oil mists that you can spray on your hair, skin, or linens -- or the air around you. How to Make Mood Mists

Geranium Facial Spritzer   ~    2 TBL Distilled Water, 2 TBL Witch Hazel, 6 drops Geranium Essential Oil in a glass spray bottle. Use morning & night after cleansing and before moisturizing.

Geranium Facial Spritzer ~ 2 TBL Distilled Water, 2 TBL Witch Hazel, 6 drops Geranium Essential Oil in a glass spray bottle. Use morning night after cleansing and before moisturizing.

Beauty DIY: Homemade Herbal Tea Face Mist For Spring | Free People Blog

Yes, spring is really coming. Let’s wake up that tired winter skin with an invigorating yet calming spring facial mist.