Ebooks doTERRA eBook Essential Oils and Personal Care - Page 19
Making your own essential oil deodorant is easier than you think! Follow the instructions below and enjoy the
lovely aroma of essential oils all day long.
Essential Oil Deodorant
with dōTERRA essential oils
¼ cup aluminum-free baking soda 1. Combine baking soda, cornstarch, and essential oil in bowl.
2. Combine coconut oil with other ingredients, one tablespoon
at a time until mixture has reached desired consistency. (If you
live in a warm climate, it is best to add one ounce of melted
shea or cocoa butter to the recipe.)
3. Press firmly into empty deodorant container and let sit until
coconut oil solidifies.
¼ cup cornstarch
3-5 tablespoons coconut oil
15 drops desired essential oil (oils like
Geranium, Lemon, Lime, Lavender, and
Melaleuca work best)
1 empty deodorant container
Fingernails and toenails
Use the soothing and cleansing properties of essential oils to help promote healthy fingernails and toenails. A few
of the best essential oils for nails are included in the tips below.
ens 15 mL Coriandrum
and toenails to
Salvia Cilantro to your
them 15 looking
to the cuticles and nail beds Anethum
Apply Melaleuca to Origanum
and toenails after
15 mL nails looking healthy
aurantifolia 15 mL
15 mL the
to purify majorana
sempervirens 15 mL Coriandrum
Use essential oils to keep your hands and cuticles looking fresh with this essential oil cuticle cream DIY.
Essential Oil Cuticle Cream
with Myrrh and Lavender oils
2 tablespoons shea butter
1 teaspoon beeswax
1 tablespoon Fractionated Coconut Oil
7 drops Lavender or Myrrh oil
1. In small glass container, combine