Living Magazine Winter Living Magazine 2015/2016 - Page 28

Idea Notebook Body Warming Moisturizing Oil Contains Cardamom and Wild Orange essential oils, both provide a nice warm feeling on your skin. You will need 1 ounce glass jar Coconut oil 6 drops Cardamom essential oil 6 drops Wild Orange essential oil Stirring stick To Make 1. F  ill jars with coconut oil; create a hole in the middle with stirring stick. 2. Add essential oils into hole; then stir to combine. -Luci Vieira, Ontario Canada Heater in a Tin Use to warm up your muscles and feet You will need • ⅛ cup beeswax • ⅓ cup coconut oil • 2 drops Clove essential oil • Tins for your balm •3  drops Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cinnamon essential oils To Make 1. P  lace beeswax and coconut oil in a small pot over medium heat on stove (or use microwave). 2. Stir occasionally until wax and oil is melted. Let cool for a minute. 3. D  rop essential oils into the tin and slowly pour the wax/oil mixture. Mix gently to fully blend. 4. Let cool and harden before applying to skin. -Nadia Pinna, West Virginia Bye-Bye Cold Feet, Hello Ski Fever! "I love rubbing a blend of Cypress and Peppermint on my feet and calves prior to putting on my ski socks. It smells ah-mazing, wakes up my senses and helps keep my feet warm. -Brooke Dahlgren, Oregon Natural Coffee Creamer "I use 2 cups of almond milk, ½ cup of condensed milk, and 1 drop of Cinnamon in a blender bottle. Shake it up and I have my creamer for my coffee." -Rainy Ungemach, North Carolina Blemish Free Skin "After cleansing and toning your face, mix a few drops of Frankincense, Melaleuca, and Sandalwood on the palm of your hand, then apply to your face in the light circular rubbing motion. Repeat the process once a week, or when needed." -Rainy Ungemach, North Carolina share your tip! email living@doterra.com with your favorite essential oil recipe, idea, or time saver.