PLAY DOUGH USING KIDSAFE ESSENTIAL OILS - Everyday Essentials

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PLAY DOUGH USING KIDSAFE ESSENTIAL OILS

By: Kimberly Daun, Certified Aromatherapist


 

Luck of the irishDiffuser Blend3 Lemongrass2 Cypress2 Petitgrain-5

Growing up I used to love when my mom would make play dough! The possibilities to create were endless and the texture so calming.  Now I use essential oils with kids and it’s taken play dough to a whole new level!

After a busy day, or when my littles are extra wild I love to use this play dough as a tool to help them wind down a bit.   Some other great recipes for kids are Finger Paint, Bubbles, and Sand!

Luck of the irishDiffuser Blend3 Lemongrass2 Cypress2 Petitgrain-2

What you’ll need;

What you’ll do;

  1. Mix dry ingredients
  2. Dissolve most salt into water on low heat on the stove
  3. Add oil and dry ingredients to pan
  4. Mix constantly for approximately 5 minutes until the dough begins to form a ball
  5. Remove from heat
  6. Add 25 Drops of Calming The Child

Luck of the irishDiffuser Blend3 Lemongrass2 Cypress2 Petitgrain-4

What you’ll need:
What you’ll do:
  1. Mix dry ingredients
  2. Add all ingredients to pan
  3. Mix constantly for approximately 5 minutes until the dough begins to form a ball
  4. Remove from heat
  5. Add 12 drops of Bergamot, 8 Lavender, 4 Frankincense Frereana

**If you choose not to use a preservative you may want to store it in the fridge.  Optiphen plus is a preservative which reduces the instance of bacterial growth in water-based products. We recommend that a preservative is used in any water-based products that you make at home. This is a great choice since it contains no parabens, no formaldehyde, and are not formaldehyde contributors. 

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