The best way to store essential oils is in a cold, dark space.
We have a cold room dedicated to our essential oils. I don’t normally like hanging out in cold, dark rooms (being more of a fan of the tropical scene) but our essential oil cold room is hard to resist!
When I walk in, I’m met by the smell of all the oils, blended into one exotic aroma.
We recently expanded our cold room, as we are ordering larger quantities of essential oils and butters now. When I turn on the light, the room is filled with colorful labels, bottles of essential oils from around the world, hydrosols, body butters, carrier oils, glass beakers and bags of resins!
I never thought a cold, dark room would be my favorite place!
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