Happy spring time! Recipes for the nail and cuticle oils are in my last blog. You can blend both oils in a spoon or a small jar and rub them straight in to your nails and cuticles or put them into a small glass jar or roller bottle. As a carrier oil you can use olive, jojoba or coconut oil. In a vlog I speak Finnish, but you can easily watch this muted, it is just a small demonstration 🙂
In this weak’s vlog I talk about some tricks on how to get your lashes looking healthier and lips fuller with essential oils. You can find the recipes here. From below the video you can find the recipe for the natural make up brush cleaner.
Natural make up brush cleaner:
3 table spoons of doTerra’s Onguard foaming hand wash/ Castile soap/ natural liquid baby soap
Allergens may cause problems with the skin. Inflammation on the skin that is caused by allergens is called eczema. There are different kinds of eczema. The cause of the eczema is not always found, but often it can be helped. Aromatherapy can help different kinds of eczemas.
Essential oils that help with eczema
Roman chamomile helps with infections on the skin. Geranium and lavender oil speeds up the renewal of the skin cells. Lavender and sandal wood oils help also to soften the skin. Teatree and juniper berry oils are also antiseptic.
Soothing cold press:
Add to cold water:
2 drops of roman chamomile oil
2 drops of lavender oil
1 drop of geranium oil
You can also add those oils to coconut/ olive oil or to unsented lotion.
Dry skin with inflammation:
Add 5 tea-spoon to cold pressed vegetable oil:
1 drop of sandalwood oil
4 drops of lavender oil
4 drops of geranium oil
1 drop of juniper berry oil
4 drops of sandalwood oil
4 drops of chamomile oil
4 drops of teatree oil
Add them to six table-spoon of jojoba oil. Add two table spoons to your bath water.