Have you been looking for a creative idea for your next essential oils class? How about a fun and relaxing spa night! Pull out the nail polish, chick flicks, and popcorn, and invite all your girlfriends over for a night of pampering, laughs, and relaxation. This is a great way to introduce your friends to essential oils in a fun and non-threatening environment.
Beat egg with a whisk or a fork, and then mix in jojoba oil and essential oil. Use fingers to apply mixture to face, avoiding the eye area. Leave mask on for 10–15 minutes; then rinse face with cool water and pat dry with a clean towel.
Relaxing Lavender Foot or Hand Bath
1 tsp powdered milk
3–5 drops lavender essential oil
Large basin for soaking feet or hands
Fill a basin big enough for hands or feet with warm water. In a small glass dish, mix powdered milk and essential oil. Add powdered milk mixture to water basin, and stir in. Soak feet or hands in basin for 10–15 minutes, or as long as desired.
Looking for a warm, woodsy autumn blend for your diffuser? Autumn Leaves is a delightful way to welcome the new season! The fresh, sweet aromas of bergamot and ginger harmonize with the warm, rich touches of frankincense and ginger. Together, these essential oils promote energy and awareness and help relieve tension.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) is an essential oil absolute extracted from the flowers. It belongs to the Nymphaea botanical family, commonly known as water lilies. Blue lotus has an exotic fragrance that uplifts and creates simultaneous feelings of euphoria and peace.
Introducing the 15th edition of the Modern Essentials® Handbook: The Premier Introductory Guide to Essential Oils. Of course, the 15th edition includes all new products up through the 2023 dōTERRA® convention. But that hardly scratches the surface.