It’s nearing the end of the month and I’ve got one more recipe for you - a roller recipe you need to keep on hand for this coming fall and winter. It’ll help you take those deep breaths and keep things nice and open - if you catch my drift. Keep in mind that Lime is photosensitive, which means the area to which you apply it will be more sensitive to sunlight (UV rays) for several hours. Speaking of fall, are you ready for some cooler weather?
Hello, friend! I’ve got an easy mattress spray recipe for you that includes Eucalyptus Globulus, one of the freebies from this month. You can use it to refresh your space or to do a little deep cleaning. You can even add additional oils and customize the to your liking. Have you ever made a spray like this before? I’d love to hear some of your favorite oil combos for cleaning!
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This week I’ve got another great diffuser recipe using Patchouli - a freebie this month. It’s sweet, yet grounding. Here’s a fun fact - Patchouli is a bushy herb in the mint family that typically grows to a height of 2–3 feet and produces small white or pink flowers. Its leaves were used traditionally as a flavoring or herbal tea. Have you tried it yet?
This month YL is giving out two great essential oils (plus two skincare items, a supplement, and Thieves Scrub)... and this diffuser recipe combines them both to create some relaxing spa vibes. If you don’t have Sacred Sandalwood, you can try Cedarwood instead. Try it and let me know what you think!
Hey, friend. The first thing I want to share with you is a card with recipes for your diffuser to help support mood, focus, calming & energy. These are fabulous options for virtual school, homeschooling, and for in the classroom.
Adults and kids benefit from the emotional support and from the cleansed, healthy air to breathe. Did you know that all YL diffusers are humidifiers and that germs spread way less in humidified air? Pretty awesome.
Creating a positive association with the school and learning through aroma is enormous By diffusing oils in our learning environment, we can actually help the brain to invoke feelings of excitement, security & positivity. After all the adjustments, trials, and overwhelming emotions we’ve been through this year, doing this is a beautiful way to love our students in the classroom or during homeschooling.