Recipes and Blends

A Winter Skin Care Routine with Aloe, Avocado, and Rose

by Andrea Butje on January 9, 2017

Create a winter skin care routine with natural ingredients to cleanse, moisturize, and hydrate. Does your skin feel tight and dry this time of year? Sometimes, skin can lose moisture and some of its natural oils can become depleted. It can be so uncomfortable. And using soap—even all natural, organic soap—can just make your skin […]

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Two Quotes to Close Out 2016

by Andrea Butje on December 26, 2016

2016 is drawing to a close, and what a wonderful year it’s been. I’ve had so much fun blogging and working with everyone at Aromahead! I’d like to share two Mary Oliver quotes with you that speak to me about living a full, happy life. I like to revisit these quotes now and then, especially […]

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Holiday Stress Relief: Roll It On!

by Andrea Butje on December 19, 2016

The holidays are a busy time of year for a lot of us. Family, friends, events, and all the festivities of the season can make for fun, full schedules . . . but they can also leave us feeling out of balance. 

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Too Much Holiday Food? Make an Inhaler for Digestion!

by Andrea Butje on December 12, 2016

There is a lot of rich food to be enjoyed at this time of year. I just love seeing (and tasting!) the variety of meals, side dishes, and desserts people create. A lot of people reserve their best recipes for the holidays, and don’t make them at any other time of year. 

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Make Your Own Aromatherapy Incense

by Andrea Butje on November 28, 2016

When I say “Aromatherapy incense,” what comes to mind? Do you picture a bowl of chunky resin? Dried herbs and spices? Natural incense sticks or cones made with essential oils? What about all three? 

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A Holiday Solid Perfume Recipe

by Andrea Butje on November 21, 2016

I have a great idea for you to make holiday gifts this year! It’s a holiday solid perfume recipe. These make great gifts for people. They’re thoughtful, natural, unique, and people have fun using them. You can make them in small 1 oz (30 ml) tins or in 1 oz (30 ml) glass jars. 

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