Hello lovely people! Here is your DIY baby essential oils recipes!
Recipes? Instructions? Anyway! It’s some pure and gentle products you can easily make at home with few ingredients and amazing oils!
DIY baby essential oils meetings
A group of us crazy Oil people have joined in on hosting online classes on Facebook, as well as meeting in living rooms, to teach about essential oils and try out some make and takes, it’s truly fun as well as educational.
Check out Gameplan by Sarah Harnisch for help and ideas on hosting oily meetings!
There are some good and simple safety precautions to take when introducing baby to products earthside. Since in the womb they were surrounded by mamas all natural wombiness, when they’re out everything is so new and can be harsh on their baby skin.
Some safety tips
☀️ So let’s learn how to use oils SAFELY with our family: ☀️
- Dilute: please dilute all oils when using on children especially babies!
- Test: should test the oil on yourself first before using on children, then test on them. If you notice any redness or they’re uncomfortable add more carrier oil
- avoid certain oils- all bodies are different so be sure to see how your family reacts to certain oils. See the graphic for a list of top oils to use with care.
- citrus oils can cause your skin to be photosensitive for a couple hours so cover the area or stay out of the sun ☀️
We’ve been using oils safely on our children since they were babies so passing on the blessing!
I seriously wish we had these oils when Jas, my four year old, was a baby. Thankfully I had them for her when she was going through growth spurts and baby discomforts from 6 months on! With my baby Noah, now almost 2, we had them through pregnancy, labor and alll through his baby days! He got to enjoy the bum creams, the gum soothers, and the tummy helpers!
So I’m so happy to share with you all some of the recipes that helped this mama stay sane! And keep our babies happy!
Some mama DIY ideas:
👉🏽Benefits Essential oils mentioned:👈🏽
is a soothing, calming, relaxing and quieting blend that can be applied to little tummies.
This proprietary blend was university tested and found to be highly effective in supporting the immune system and good health.
is a soft, fragrant combination of essential oils designed specifically for mothers and babies. It helps calm emotions during pregnancy and is useful for quieting troubled little ones. It is also soothing to tender skin. Many of the essential oils in this blend are used in elite cosmetics to enhance a youthful appearance.
(Syzygium aromaticum) has a sweet, spicy fragrance that is stimulating and revitalising. An important ingredient in our Thieves blend due to its wonderful natural properties, its principal constituent is eugenol, which is used in the dental industry to numb the gums. Clove is the highest-scoring ingredient Young Living has ever tested for its antioxidant capacity on the ORAC scale. Always dilute for topical use.
(Chamaemelum nobile) has a warm, sweet, herbaceous scent that is relaxing and calming for both mind and body. Its gentleness makes it especially valuable for restless children. Soothing to all types of skin, it is used extensively in Europe in skin preparations. Roman chamomile is also beneficial when added to massage oil for relief of muscle discomfort after exercise. Roman chamomile was one of the Saxons’ nine sacred herbs.
Young Living’s exclusive oil sourced in Brazil, boasts a rich history of providing relief from joint and stomach discomfort. Native healers traditionally used Copaiba’s topical benefits to reduce skin irritations and soothe insect bites.
is a combination of oils that have been studied for their supportive effects on the digestive systems.
Have you made any cool DIY creations? What’s your favorite or which will you try so far? Hope this DIY baby essential oils info has been helpful!
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