Recipes and Blends

An aromatherapy inhaler is a way for you to take essential oils with you on the go. You can’t carry a diffuser everywhere, but an aromatherapy inhaler fits in your pocket, a bag, a desk drawer, or the car. (They’re great for the office, where co-workers might not appreciate essential oils diffused in a shared […]

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How To Treat Baby Acne Naturally

by Andrea Butje on March 16, 2015

Treat baby acne naturally with this gentle spray you can make at home. Babies have quite a life. They’re brand new, and so little in a big world! On top of all the new experiences they have to adjust to, some of them develop acne on their little faces, arms, legs, and bottoms. No fun! […]

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Make natural hand cleansing gel that won’t dry out your skin. Hand cleansing gel is such a great thing, especially if you work with kids! I know that lots of moms and dads send their kids off with little bottles of hand sanitizer—it’s one more thing they can do to keep their kids healthy. Caretakers and […]

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Aromatherapy for Muscle Tension: Make an Inhaler

by Andrea Butje on February 23, 2015

Inhalers are a less known—but very effective—way to use aromatherapy for muscle tension relief. One of my favorite ways to use aromatherapy for muscle tension is relaxation massage. I use soothing massage oils and body creams with essential oils, which can really complement the healing power of touch. But I know that massage isn’t an […]

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How To Make Incense Sticks with Essential Oils

by Andrea Butje on February 16, 2015

Learn to make incense sticks with essential oils. I love burning incense! Loose incense, stick incense, cone incense—I’m a fan of them all! I especially love to make my own incense and customize the scent. There is actually a way to make the sticks themselves using makko powder. I’m creating a class about making incense […]

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Winter Aromatherapy Bath Salt Recipe

by Andrea Butje on January 19, 2015

A warm, floral aromatherapy bath salt recipe for cold nights! I love warm baths during cold weather. They are so comforting! I especially enjoy adding nourishing bath salts to my water. High quality healing salts can help repair your skin after it’s exposed to harsh weather, and protect it the next time you go out. […]

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