How Can I Use Essential Oils? Top 10 Ways To Use Essential Oils

How Can I Use Essential Oils? Top 10 Ways To Use Essential Oils

How Can I Use Essential Oils? Top 10 Ways To Use Essential Oils | Top 15 Essential Oils Questions

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This video will discuss all the top ways you can use essential oils. This is video number 5, so be sure to go check out videos 1-4 on our YouTube channel after this to learn even more!

There are SO many ways you can use Essential Oils!

You can use essential oils in your cleaning products to boost their effectiveness, and help freshen your home.

Add essential oils to a shower or bath to not just make your bath smell amazing, but get all the benefits. Just make sure to add an emulsifier!

Diffuse essential oils in your home to help aid with many common issues, or inhale them using a personal inhaler.

For everyday use, you can treat yourself to an aromatherapy necklace, which gives you all the benefits of essential oils in a pretty piece of jewelry.

For gorgeous skin, use diluted essential oils topically. This can help a ton with irritated, rough, or red skin, imperfections, blemishes or even aging skin. We have the perfect oil blends at PT, Younger Glo and Anti Age Blends are perfect for this!

If you want to use essential oils in your hair, there are tons of different oils you can use! Rosemary 1,8-Cineole is a great option for thin hair! It can help support a healthy scalp and promote luscious-looking locks. Add it to your favorite shampoo or conditioner and use as directed.

Another great option is Lemongrass. It’s not only a great addition to shampoo, but it’s also an effective cleanser that can help strengthen your hair follicles.
Using essential oils in your car can help with feelings of car sickness too! A great way to do this is to get a car-specific diffuser, like our Diffuse on the Move diffuser, that uses your car’s USB for power.

Making homemade perfume with your essential oils might sound hard, but it’s actually not at all. Our Plant Therapy blog has some great (and super simple!) DIY’s for making both solid perfume, and scented sprays!

There are also some really cool hacks for incorporating essential oils into your home.Add two drops of your favorite oil to the inside of the toilet paper rolls in your bathroom to help ward off stinky smells. And at Christmas time, add a couple drops of cinnamon to decorative pine cones to help the house smell extra Christmas-y!

So where should you apply your essential oils? Essential oils can be used topically at the sight of an area of concern, like the joints, chest, temples, and more. Use oils behind your ears, on the back of your neck, wrists and arms for emotional concerns. Even your feet!

Why put essential oils on your feet? Because massaging blends and oils into your feet is great for aiding in relaxation, especially before bedtime. The feet are also a great place for oils if you have seasonal illnesses, or immune concerns. Oh, and for easing achy, tired feet as well. Who doesn’t love a foot rub?

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