These little perfume jars are a perfect tool to keep on hand if you are an essential oil user.
Picture it: Mix your main oil(s) with your carrier oil and add a bit to your perfume bottle for a roll-on solution.
We keep a lavender bottle by the bed for relaxation and a eucalyptus bottle in the kitchen and by the bed for respiratory relief. Pack them in purses and computer bags and always have an easy application at your finger tips.
These bottles are especially choice in a household with children. I can keep a bottle by my son’s bed and instruct him to use it. It is unlikely that oil will end up spilled all over the bedding and he might even use it. 🙂
Fight Bad Breath with this Homemade Mouthwash, Natural and Antiseptic
A natural mango lip scrub to put an end to winter’s chapped lips (in a lesson from India)
A graphic picture as evidence that prevention is easier than treatment when it comes to skin cancer (and a simple remedy you can try today)
Capture the fragrance of your favorite flower and keep it in your pocket
A luxurious homemade rose facial cream to fight off dryness and aging (in a recipe from India)
A rose-based facial toner with a variation for dry skin (in a lesson from India)
Make fragrant herbal “flower waters” that cost $5/ounce, with this stove top hack
Your next floral-infused massage oil (also a bonus moisturizer)