7 Essential Oils Necessities.

So, you’ve heard all your friends rave about their essential oils success stories. You’ve decided to start experimenting with essential oils. You’ve purchased your Premium Starter Kit and know you got a GREAT deal. You’re waiting on your oils to arrive and wondering what you should do next.

7 necessitiesSit back and let me take you on a tour of my absolute FAVORITE essential oil necessities. Take my advice and buy these items while you await you essential oils. You won’t regret it!

Coconut Oil – This is a necessity for diluting your essential oils. You can also use this for cooking. One recipe I recommend is Peppermint Brownies. YUM.

Fractionated Coconut Oil – If you want to make roll-on bottles for your oils, this is perfect for doing that project.

Roll-on Bottles – I love the idea of having my favorite oils already diluted and ready to apply. The best way to do that is using roll-on bottles. They are also an awesome way to give away samples of skeptics… and help convert them. ๐Ÿ™‚

Avocado Oil – If you have someone who can’t use coconut oil or has extremely dry skin, avocado oil is where it is at. This is what we will be experimenting with in our home.

Gentle Babies – This book is an absolute MUST HAVE for those who are pregnant, nursing or have small children. I have used it repeatedly to help when my children need essential oils.

Quick Reference Guide for Using Essential Oils – The one thing I hear most often from someone new to essential oils is “What oil do I use for XXXX?” If you’ve ever wondered that, you need this book.

Carrying Case – When your essential oils arrive, you will need somewhere to store them… and carry them with you EVERYWHERE. This is the case that I chose and I have no regrets. It is good quality and lots of color choices.

As a bonus, I’m including what I’m adding to my essential oil necessities list next. These items are either on their way to my home or on my wish list. (Hint Hint to my husband. ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

1. Jojoba oil – I am wanting to try my hand with face cream since Frankincense is excellent for skin health. Jojoba oil is less greasy than coconut oil. This is what I bought:

2. Vegetable Capsules – Since Young Living essential oils are therapeutic grade and some can be used internally, I will be doing these guys in the near future.

3. A BIG Carrying Case – I’ve officially outgrown the carrying case I listed above. This guy is on my wish list.

So, what about you? Do you have any favorite essential oil necessities?

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4 thoughts on “7 Essential Oils Necessities.

  1. Amy says:

    I have the coconut oil, vegetable capsules and my jojoba oil should be in today! ! I also ordered glass dropper bottles for blending; wish I would have ordered rollerball bottles instead. I have some small mason jars for “creamy” blends like toothpaste and face cream. I need a case!!

  2. Nice compilation of basics for using oils! They have been a real game changer in my family for keeping us healthy, our immunity built up during cold season, emotional support for my…ahem…forty-something hormonal fluctuations & especially for my son in his attention span & reading struggles in school.

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