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What to Do with Your New Essential Oils

Hopefully, if you’re lucky enough to have some thoughtful friends and family in your life, you opened a beautiful gift of exactly what you wanted — essential oils!

Now, as you’re recovering from the holiday parties, sifting through strewn-about wrapping paper and moving the Christmas tree to the curb, you might be thinking, “Now that I have these oils, what should I do?”

It’s no surprise that there is an overwhelming amount of information out there about the best way to jump into essential oils, so we here at Plant Therapy want to help you out. We’ve compiled a list of resources to answer your questions and stimulate your DIY imagination!

Let’s Start with Diffusion

How long should you diffuse? Can you diffuse around pets? Is there anything you shouldn’t diffuse? Click Here for the answers to these questions and more.

There are various ways of diffusing essential oils, including: nebulizers, ultrasonic diffusers, room sprays, aromatherapy jewelry, steam inhalation, personal inhalers, and passive diffusion. Click Here to learn the many methods of diffusion.

Then, how do you clean your new diffuser? This article will help!

Essential Oils and Children

Maybe you have children in your home, and you’re unsure what is safe for that little bundle of joy. No need to worry — we’ve removed all the guesswork! Read This and use your oils with confidence, knowing what is safe and unsafe for kids.

Plant Therapy is proud to have worked with world-renowned aromatherapist Robert Tisserand to develop the first-ever line of essential oils specially formulated for children. Click Here to find out what it really means to be KidSafe.

Pregnant? Read This First!

If you are pregnant or nursing, you need to be extremely careful with essential oils. Click Here for an in-depth article by our Certified Aromatherapists on the subject.

Getting the Most Out of Your Beauty Products

Give your beauty regimen an all-natural refresh by adding essential oils into the mix. Dry skin? Brittle hair? Blemishes or scars? There are many oils known to support soft, healthy skin and hair.

If you’re like me, you need to clean and moisturize your skin without irritating it or drying it up. Trying over-the-counter products can be frustrating — and often ineffective! Try this facial scrub recipe. We think you’ll be amazed by the results.

And Click Here for easy DIY Beauty Mask recipes, whether you have acne, dry, or aging skin.

It’s Clean Up Time!

Do you want to learn how to make your own cleaner, or spice up a cleaner you already have? Many essential oils contain refreshing and sanitizing properties. Click Here for ideas and recipes to help with around-the-house cleaning and other great DIY projects.

What’s Next?

For more inspiration, check out our 25 Ways To Use Essential Oils, and our convenient Downloads Page, which features more recipe books and reference charts.

 

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