Too Much Fun DIY's for Discomfort - Everyday Essentials

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Too Much Fun DIY’s for Discomfort

The holiday season is upon us, which means celebrations, parties, and gatherings. It’s a time when we let loose, easily getting caught up in the festivities. Our Too Much Fun Essential Oil Blend was carefully developed to tackle a variety of discomforts brought on by having, well, too much fun! Get out there and create those memories because we’ve got a blend for that!  

We’ve pinpointed some common issues that might pop up the day after a night on the town.  Learn more about how to use Too Much Fun Essential Oil Blend to combat discomfort!

Stomach Pain

Did you overindulge in tasty treats? Too Much Fun contains Ginger and Cardamom.  These oils can help calm bloating, gas, indigestion, and nausea symptoms. Both oils have properties known to help with digestive issues, helping you feel better in no time!

Too Many Treats Tummy Tamer

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Add essential oils to the 1-ounce bottle and fill the rest with your carrier oil of choice. Massage onto the stomach in a clockwise manner to aid digestion and ease an upset stomach.

Brain Fog

Feeling a little foggy after raising your glass a time or two? This blend contains Rosemary, which is known for increasing mental clarity. It will help stimulate your mind, ease mental exhaustion, and lift that cloud hanging over you.

Brain Fog Buster Shower Melts

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Mix together the baking soda and citric acid in a medium-size bowl. Add essential oils.  Slowly add the water a little at a time; you want the consistency of damp sand that can hold its shape.  Too much water can cause your mixture to “grow” before they harden. When ingredients are thoroughly mixed, transfer mixture to silicone molds.  Pack tightly into the molds and allow to dry for 24+ hours before using.

Store in an airtight container and use within 6 months.

To use, simply place a bomb on the shower floor away from the direct stream of running water (or it will melt too fast) and enjoy the aromatic experience!

Headache

Maybe you didn’t get enough sleep and woke up with a pounding headache. Soothe it away with the cooling Peppermint and calming Lavender included in Too Much Fun. Both oils are known for their pain-relieving properties, helping to alleviate some of the worst headaches.

Headache Healing Roll-on

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

First, add essential oils to empty roller bottle. Then fill with a carrier oil. Finally, apply to temples and back of the neck.  

Muscle Pain

Dancing the night away is always encouraged, but you might feel it the next day! Juniper Berry and Frankincense combine in this blend to provide relief for muscle aches and tightness. These oils are excellent at soothing tired muscles, and you’ll find yourself blissfully relaxing.

  

Mellow Your Muscles Bath Soak

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

  • Mix carrier oil or body wash and essential oils in a small bowl and stir. Once combined, mix in your Epsom salts. Add to your bath for a muscle-mellowing experience.  Store in an airtight container and use within 6 months.

Feeling Down

It’s not uncommon to feel a little letdown after a big event. Grapefruit and Bergamot oils, present in Too Much Fun, provide a gentle sense of well-being to lift your spirits and help you feel energized. 

Personal Inhaler Pick Me Up

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do: 

Put 10 drops onto a personal aromatherapy inhaler wick and enjoy!

Are you planning to attend any celebrations this season? How do you see this blend helping you the most? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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