DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus Hand Balm

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DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus Hand Balm

Are you ready to get a little spooky?

This DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus hand balm would make the perfect gift for teachers before the holiday, and keep their hands soft during the chapped winter months. Plus, it’s a KidSafe way to encourage a little more focus during times you’re wishing it was nap time for you AND your kids!

This recipe comes straight to you from our Safe Essential Oils Facebook group member: Christina Winton!

DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus Hand Balm

DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus Hand Balm aromatherapy

What you’ll need: 

What you’ll do: 

  • Melt your Beeswax and Coconut Oil together.
  • Add Shea and melt slowly.
  • Add your oils (except your essential oils!) and slowly warm until melted.
  • Pour your mixture into your tins.
  • Add 4 drops of A+ Attention for 1oz containers, or 8 drops for 2oz containers.
  • Gently stir, then put in your freezer to set.

To use, simply rub into chapped or raw skin for some instant relief, and a pick-me-up!

For even more great ideas and fun projects, be sure to join our Safe Essential Oil Recipes Facebook group!

41 thoughts on “DIY Essential Oil Hocus Focus Hand Balm”

  1. This is a great idea. I know more than a few people who have skin issues on their hands and this would be a great gift!

  2. Thank you for a great recipe! I have been trying to think of ways to incorporate A+ attention for my son at school. Going to give it a try this week!

  3. Thank you for the recipe!! I’m planning on making this next week. I just need to get the Calendula-infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil, but it’s good to know I can use regular like Karen did and it still works out great. 🙂

  4. Has anyone tried this replacing the coconut oil with another……our house is nut & seed free due to allergies…so I am looking for alternatives.

    1. Lisa, you can definitely use a different carrier. Just keep in mind that different carriers can change the texture of the recipe 🙂

    1. Nicole, it looks like there are several different kinds on Amazon. I suggest searching around online for one that sounds best to you 🙂

  5. I didn’t have calendula infused olive oil so I used regular and it worked out great! Thanks for the recipe- great for sore tired feet and hands.

  6. I think I will try this with a different oil combination. Sny recommendations for ones that help with focus but smell a little better?

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