Essential Oil DIY - Personal

  • Beautiful Geranium, Clary Sage and Ylang Ylang Moisturizing Body Oil.

    Feminine, floral, powerful, nourishing. This floral blend is so feminine as a moisturising oil, the gorgeous Clary Sage is great for supporting women’s health!
    Happy Mother’s Day!!!!!

    1. Fractionated Coconut oil
    2. 16 drops of pure Clary Sage essential oil
    3. 8 drops pure Geranium essential oil
    4. 3 drops pure Ylang Ylang essential oil

    How to:
    1. Fill your 300ml Amber glass pump bottles to just above the label with Fractionated Coconut oil (you could also use a mix of this with Jojoba or almond oil for extra luxury).
    2. Add your essential oils to the mix. 
    3. Screw on the pump top and give it a good shake. 
    4. Keep this gorgeous mix in your bathroom to moisturise the skin after bathing or use as a massage oil.

  • Citrus and Manuka After Bath Body Balm

    This whipped body balm is delicious, easy and can be made with any of your favourite citrus oils but remember it is a sun down treat. We all know citrus oils can cause photo-sensitivity so enjoy it when the sun is low.

    • 1/2 cup refined shea butter
    • 1/4 cup Unfractionated coconut oil
    • 1/4 cup almond oil.
    • 8 drops of pure Lemon oil, 4 drop of Manuka oil.

    How to:
    Combine the oils and butters together in a medium glass bowl.
    1 Melt the oils and butters together using short 30 sec. bursts in the microwave, stirring in between.
    2 When the oils have melted, stir together and add essential oils
    3 Let the mixture cool until solidified. Place in the fridge to speed this up.
    4 Then beat with a mixer until the butter turns creamy and frothy. This could take 5-10 minutes.

    This recipe makes more than enough or a 60ml jar but this means that there is plenty to keep for yourself after making some treats for loved ones.

  • DIY Tangerine and Lavender Bath Soak Recipe

    DIY Tangerine and Lavender Bath Soak Recipe

    This is a favourite oil combination amongst our little girls, bathing or diffusing..... it’s always a go to.


    - 2/3 Cup of Baking Soda
    - 1 and 1/3 cups Epsom Salts or Magnesium Flakes
    - Pure tangerine oil
    - Pure Lavender oil
    - Dried Lavender
    - 500ml Amber Glass wide mouthed Jar


    Add baking soda and Epsom salts to a mixing bowl and stir. Add 25 drops of tangerine oil and 5 drops of lavender oil. Stir oil through the mixture. Crumble dried lavender into the mix and stir. Fill a 500ml 'Soak' bottle with the ingredients. 
    Add soak to running bath water when preparing your bath. Lay back and relax. Enjoy this soothing treat. x

  • Lime, Vanilla and Coconut Sugar Scrub

    Lime, Vanilla and Coconut Sugar Scrub

    Last time I went to Fiji I purchased the most amazing coconut sugar scrub. It was beautiful and left my skin so smooth and moisturised. Amazingly, there’s not much to the recipe and every time I use this in the shower I feel like I’m back on holidays! Here’s how to do it......

    ¼ cup of unfractunated coconut oil.
    ½ teaspoon of premium quality vanilla essence
    30 drops of lime essential oil
    Most of a 175ml jar full or raw sugar (approx. 1.25 cups)

    1. Add coconut oil to a mixing bowl and sit it in the sink resting in a bath of hot water until the coconut oil becomes liquid. 
    2. Add vanilla and lime oil.
    3. Using your jar as a measure, fill it almost to the top with raw sugar.
    4. Tip the sugar into the mixing bowl and combine ingredients then scoop into your jar.
    5. Pop in the fridge for 5 minutes to set your scrub. 
    This recipe has a very gentle fragrance, if you prefer your products to have a stronger scent, feel free to add more oil and vanilla. 
    Keep your gorgeous scrub on display in your shower ready to use when you want to treat yourself. x