Homemade Deep Conditioner Recipe

Ingredients: –3/4 tsp Almond Oil (or Coconut Oil, if you prefer) –1-2 drops of your favorite essential oils (the combination is up to you) –Your favorite shampoo or conditioner IMPORTANT: Be very careful never to get essential oils in your eyes! They can be very difficult to get out. Set an intention: Throughout the entire process of blending and mixing your ingredients, try to maintain calm thoughts to set a peaceful intention for your massage oil. Throughout the process of massaging the oil into your skin, try to focus on an intention of peace and love, especially self love. Simply mix all ingredients together, blending well, then carefully pour into a light resistant (dark colored) container with a lid. Make sure the lid is fastened tightly so none of your massage oil will leak out. To apply the massage oil, shake the container to mix the oil and then pour a small amount (1 tsp) into your palms. Rub together to warm the oil. Next, gently massage into your scalp using circular motions. For usage in the shower: Try to wait a few minutes before rinsing, to allow the oils to sink in and soothe your skin and hair. Ideally, before rinsing, you could gently massage your body with a massage oil or body scrub. For all other uses: After massaging the conditioning treatment into your scalp, wrap your hair with a warm, damp towel and rest for 30 minutes. This is not only supremely relaxing for you; it also allows the oils enough time to sink into the scalp and hair, really providing a soothing and conditioning treatment....

SUPER Simple Massage Oil Recipe

Okay, as the name implies, this recipe is SUPER simple. This was inspired by one of my yoga teachers, Jodie Tingle-Willis. Jodie owns Supreme Peace Yoga in Louisville, KY, USA. She’s a talented yoga and reiki instructor and also makes her own body scrubs and bath oils. Check out her website at http://www.supreme-peace-yoga.com and definitely stop by for a class if you are ever in the Southern Indiana or Kentucky areas. While I do not have any of Jodie’s actual recipes, this is a recipe I’ve created on my own after being inspired by her. Unfortunately, this recipe will not work for those who have almond or coconut allergies, sorry! Ingredients: –Almond Oil (or Coconut Oil, if you prefer) –Just a pinch of your favorite essential oils (the combination is up to you) IMPORTANT: Throughout the entire process of blending and mixing your ingredients, try to maintain calm thoughts to set a peaceful intention for your massage oil. Throughout the process of massaging the oil into your skin, try to focus on an intention of peace and love, especially self love. Simply mix all ingredients together, blending well, then carefully pour into a light resistant (dark colored) container with a lid. Make sure the lid is fastened tightly so none of your massage oil will leak out. To apply the massage oil, shake the container to mix the oil and then pour a small amount (1 tsp) into your palms. Rub together to warm the oil. Next, gently massage the oil into your skin using circular motions. Lovingly massage down your body and allow the oil to sink into...

Salt Scrub Recipe

This recipe is for a homemade, comforting and calming salt scrub: Ingredients: –Sea Salt –1/4 tsp Olive Oil or Almond Oil –Just 1-2 drops lavendar, sandalwood, or your favorite calming essential oil IMPORTANT: Throughout the entire process of blending and mixing your ingredients, try to maintain calm thoughts to set a peaceful intention for your scrub. Blend the sea salt with the Olive (or Almond) Oil. If it’s too oily, add more sea salt. Then, add a pinch of each of the essential oils you have chosen, until you are happy with the aroma. If the essential oils made your scrub too oily — again, add more sea salt! Stir all the contents together and then massage into your skin using gentle, circular motions. Let the oils sink into the skin for 10-15 minutes, then rinse. Store in a closed container with a lid, in a cool, dry place. You can also use this scrub in the bath or shower, or simply use it to massage your hands or feet. If you do use this homemade scrub in the bath or shower, you may notice residue from the oils. This is easy to clean by simply wiping down with soap and warm water. Safety Warning: Be very careful not to get any ingredients in your eyes! Do not touch, rub or scratch at your eyes, face, or other sensitive areas during or after making this recipe. Be certain to thoroughly wash your hands, and use a thick and fatty oil (or milk/cream) to remove the essential oils from your hands afterwards. If you start having any type of an...

Throat Chakra Balancing Oil & Perfume

According to ancient Vedic traditions, the chakras are points of energy throughout the body that influence emotions and spirituality. The throat chakra, which represents creative expression and communication, inspires calmness and confidence when it is properly balanced. Ancient wisdom believes this blend of essential oils helps to balance the throat chakra, removing blockages, nurturing emotions and soothing the spirit. The sweet scent, which works well as a perfume, is aromatherapeutic and is thought to promote balance (emotionally, physically and spiritually). The blend includes chamomile, a calming oil, and vanilla, a comforting extract. Ingredients: 1tsp organic sunflower oil 1tsp organic jojoba oil 1tsp lemon oil 1tsp coriander seed oil 1tsp organic vanilla extract 1tsp organic Roman chamomile oil Directions Blend all ingredients together and store in an air tight, light resistant (dark colored) container with a lid, preferably in a dry, dark place. To use: After blending all ingredients together, gently apply a couple drops of the perfume to pressure points. Sit and breathe deeply. To nurture the throat chakra, apply a couple drops to the base of the throat, then inhale gently. This can be used as a daily...