Nicole/ February 13, 2017/ Family, Oil Blend Recipes, Recipes/ 0 comments

It is no secret that essential oils are phenominal for helping reset your mood. There are oils to help you relax… to welcome guests… to overcome grief and sorrow… There are also essential oils to help facilitate a loving, romantic environment. Below you’ll find our favorite Love and Romance DIY Essential Oil Blends!

Here are a few of our favorite essential oil diffuser blends for enhancing a romantic environment:

Essential oils are great to help facilitate love and romance. Here are a few DIY essential oil diffuser recipes for when love is in the air. Perfect for Valentines Day and date nights!
Here are some great essential oil roller ball recipes too!

My favorite part of these is that they make excellent nontoxic perfumes and colognes, and still serve a purpose!

Essential oils are great to help facilitate love and romance. Here are a few DIY essential oil diffuser recipes for when love is in the air. Perfect for Valentines Day and date nights!

If you’re stuck on what to use for a carrier oil, it really can be any cold-pressed seed based oil that you like the best. I have 3 personal favorites:

Fractionated Coconut Oil – fractionated coconut oil is among the most popular carrier oils. This version of coconut oil is processed to enable it to stay in liquid form, and intensifies the capric and caprylic acids, which provides increased antibacterial and disinfecting qualities. Fractionated coconut oil is also more moisturizing and has a longer shelf-life than regular coconut oil.

Sweet Almond Oil – sweet almond oil is another common carrier oil with the ability to soften, soothe, and condition the skin. It is good for all skin types, is not greasy, and is wonderfully moisturizing. This is my oil of choice for my toddler too.

Grapeseed Oil – grapeseed oil is very moisturizing (great for premature aging), is wonderful at balancing your skin’s oil production, and is fantastic to use if you’re prone to acne. It is also light weight, and can be used on all skin types. It does have a shorter shelf-life, but if you use it in something you’re going to use frequently that won’t be a problem.

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I am a wife, a mom, and a curious mind with an extensive background in research and analysis. I enjoy creating things, cooking, teaching, personal development, and natural preventative health. I'm also a huge information nerd and love to share my findings with others.

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