Lavender DIY Projects

July is all about Lavender!  This month you can get 25ml of Lavender FREE plus a few other amazing products and sharable discounts for your friends through Young Living!

July Promos: all about Lavender! If your Order total matches any of these PV totals you get all this FREE!

– 190 PV = 15 ml Lavender Oil + (TWO) additional 5ml Bottles of Lavender

– 250 PV = 15 ml Lavender Oil + (TWO) additional 5ml Bottles of Lavender + Lavender Bath & Shower Gel + $20 voucher to share with a friend

– 300 PV = 15 ml Lavender Oil + (TWO) additional 5ml Bottles of Lavender + Bath & Shower Gel + $20 voucher to share with a friend + Progessence Plus

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All of the custom rollers you see in the photo below have Lavender in them!!

Lavender is known as the Swiss Army Knife of oils! It is an essential oil that is great for EVERYTHING from skin, to sleep, moods, lemonade and cakes, YES, food too!


DIY Lavender Makeup Remover Pads

Ingredients
2 tablespoons V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex
4 drops Lavender essential oil
1 tablespoon witch hazel (preferably alcohol free)
2 tablespoons filtered water
Round cotton pads
4-ounce airtight glass container
bottle labels (you can purchase HERE)

To Make
Pour V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex, Lavender oil, witch hazel, and water into jar. Tighten lid and shake thoroughly.

Place 10 or so cotton rounds in the glass container, tighten lid, and rotate until solution soaks into cotton pads.

To Use
Remove one wipe and squeeze out excess liquid. Gently blot or wipe over closed eyelids until makeup is removed.
Lavender Lip Balm!

Easy to make and perfect for moisturized lips!

INGREDIENTS/SUPPLIES:
1TBS Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
1TBS Organic Beeswax Pastilles
2TBS Organic Coconut Oil
10 drops Young Living Lavender Essential Oil
10 drops of one of the following suggestions: Lime, Lemon, Orange
15-18 empty Balm Tubes
glass dropper
small cooking pot
glass, heat-safe bowl (I used a measuring cup)

DIRECTIONS:

Put about an inch of water in the bottom of a small pot and turn on medium heat.

Place a small bowl or glass measuring cup in the water, being careful not to get in water inside the cup.

Place all ingredients except the essential oils inside the glass and slowly melt, making sure not to get any water in glass.

When all ingredients are melted, stir well and turn off heat, but leave glass in the water to keep warm so it does not start to solidify.
Stir in the essential oils.

Use a glass dropper to quickly fill the balm tubes.

The mixture will settle slightly as it cools, so I also re-top the containers after about 2 minutes as they start to harden.

Let sit without touching for several hours or until completely hardened.
Store in a cool dry place (they will last for at least a year if stored correctly).

Enjoy!

Note: This will make a medium firm lip chap. If you prefer a firmer consistency, you can add more beeswax, up to double the recommended amount. If you prefer a smoother and more oily consistency, you can reduce the amount of beeswax.


Lavender bottle(s) empty? Don’t toss them!  Drop them into a jar of Epsom Salt for a relaxing bath soak. Great for kids too! You can click HERE for more ideas on how to re-use your empty oil bottles.

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If you are interested in ordering the labels shown in the photos… You can do so by visiting my Etsy page HERE.

If you would like to learn more about Young Living Essential Oils, you can click HERE or simply message me!

If you are ready to Order your own Premium Starter Kit with Diffuser, click HERE! (Rachelle Gallinger – Member #2934220)

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