Rosehip Oil DIY Essential Oil Eye Cream and Face Serum

Erin ChamerlikSkin Care

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Rosehip oil is a carrier oil with great benefits. Rosehip oil is deeply nourishing and hydrating, making it a great choice for dry skin and aging skin too. The rosehip (for non-gardeners) is not the rose petal or rose bud. Rosehip oil is not the same thing as rose essential oil. The rosehip is the berry/seed pod that forms in fall … Read More

13 Ways to Use Essential Oils

Erin ChamerlikEssential Oils

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Here are great tips for using essential oils! 1. Scrub away the sticky! You know the inconvenient price tag residue left on mirrors, plates, and cups? Apply 1–2 drops of Lemon essential oil on a cloth and wipe away the gunk. Let Lemon oil save you from a sticky situation! 2. Let your locks shine! Shiny hair, do care. Warm a few … Read More

How do you use Citronella?

Erin ChamerlikRecipes

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Citronella essential oil is known for its bright, lemony scent and frequent appearance in insect repellent, patio candles, and sunscreen, Citronella essential oil mixes nostalgia with practicality. Citronella Essential Oil Citronella has a fresh, welcoming scent and bug repelling properties like those found in YL’s Insect Repellent. Citronella can be used in outdoor floating candles, sprays, lotions, and other camping … Read More

DIY Dry Shampoo using Essential Oils and Arrowroot Powder

Erin ChamerlikRecipes

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There’s nothing worse than the feeling of dirty, greasy hair, but did you know that washing your hair too often can leave hair prone to dryness and breakage? It’s easy to keep your locks looking lustrous and lifted and extend time between washes by applying a dry shampoo! Using ingredients you already have in your cupboards such as corn starch … Read More

Diaper Ointment Recipe – DIY with Essential Oils

Erin ChamerlikEssential Oils

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Commercial diaper ointments often contain irritating or harmful ingredients. Avoid the chemicals! Be sure to read the INACTIVE INGREDIENTS on the label. Fragrance on the label hides as many as 300 chemicals! The barrier ingredient is often petroleum-based: petrolatum, paraffin, and mineral oil. Hormone disrupting parabens are still found in commercial products. Talc is still being added to common brands even … Read More