Skin

Basil- Occasional stress

Blue Cypress- Oily scalp

Cedarwood- Oily skin

Celery- Aging skin

Clary Sage- Moisture

Cypress- Oily skin/hair

Elemi- Balance

Frankincense- Appearance, glow

Galbanum- Skin health

Helichrysum- Bruising

Juniper- Dull skin

Mandarin- Elasticity

Myrrh- Aging skin

Orange- Puffiness

Patchouly- All skin types

Pine- Deodorant (with Tea tree or Eucalyptus)

Sandalwood- Shaving

Juniper, clove and tea tree are used to detox.

Marjoram is good for muscle tissue and this could help the skin as well.

Lemongrass, cypress, frankincense and helichrysum are great for puffiness.

Cedarwood, rosemary, thyme and ylang ylang help your hair look great.

Coriander, Lavender, Geranium (healing), and Jasmine are wonderful in perfumes and soaps.

Sensation blend from Young Living is good for hydrating your skin.

Gentle Baby blend from Young Living is good to keep you skin looking youthful.

Application:  2-4 drops on location, inhale, diffuse or dilute in carrier oil for use in capsules.

a.m. Fresh Massage

Massage base of face to ears, jaw to mouth to corner of nose and cheeks. Massage over temples to the middle of forehead. Upper lip massage and move hands to forehead up to hair line. Cleanse with Rosewood and moisturize with Young Living lotion.

Facial with oils

lavender, 1 tsp agave, 1 T sea salt and 1 tsp almond oil.

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5 responses to “Skin

  1. I don’t recommend putting these oils on the skin without dilution. I have had very interesting hand prints on my face from the Cinnamon Essential oil. Some fun stuff to know though is cinnamon bark is the oil of wealth. It was regarded as having great value in China and India. Your wealth was measured by the amount of oil you possessed. Clove is an oil that also attracts great abundance and both these are found in the oil blend Abundance.

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