Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion DIY - Everyday Essentials

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Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion DIY

Painful joints can really put a dent in your day. And with the busy lives we lead, we don’t always have the time to make the complicated DIY salves and balms. This Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion is not only quick and easy to make but is perfect for those times that you’re in a rush and need some quick relief. Our Olive Lotion offers a lightweight, silky texture for fast absorption. All you need to do is add these incredible essential oils! Spruce Black helps soothe muscular discomfort while Lavandin helps ease pain and inflammation. Finally, Cedarwood and Frankincense add the final touches of joint support.

Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion DIY

Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Measure out 2 ounces of Unscented Olive Lotion. Add essential oils and mix well. Pour into a 2-ounce bottle and apply to sore, achy joints as-needed.

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9 thoughts on “Spruce Black Joint Support Lotion DIY”

  • The olive lotion contains coconut oil and that is an allergy in our home. Can you recommend a substitute for it. Please and thank you!

  • I watched the live show and realized I had everything to make a roller (3-3-2-1 adjustment, based on the recommendations), so I did! So excited to try it on the hubs–he deals with more joint pain than I do.

  • This couldn’t have come at a better time! Yesterday I took a tumble and Oh Man it hurt everything, neck, shoulders, ribs, hip and knee. I made this this morning (didn’t have the olive lotion so added olive oil to the lotion) and truly don’t feel nearly as sore as when I got up. Thank you for sharing.

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