DIY Sparkling Citrus Bowl Cleaners with Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Sparkling Citrus Bowl Cleaners with Young Living Essential Oils

Have you ever tried creating your own cleaning products? In this video we’re harnessing the power of natural ingredients to make homemade bowl cleaner. Our sparkling citrus DIY bowl cleaner is a great alternative to store-bought cleaners that often use harsh chemicals. By combining Young Living essential oils with other natural ingredients, you can create a homemade bowl cleaner that not only makes your bowl sparkle but also makes your entire bathroom smell like citrus! Here is what you will need: • 3-ounce Spray Bottle • 1-2 teaspoons of Water • 30 drops Orange Essential Oil • 1⅓ cups Baking Soda • ½ cup Citric Acid • Molds • Glass jar with lid for storing Directions: 1. Pour water into spray bottle and add Orange essential oil. 2. Place lid on spray bottle and shake to mix. 3. Pour baking soda and citric acid in a large bowl and mix thoroughly. Use spray bottle to spray mixture as you stir the ingredients together until mixture starts to stick together. 4. Press mixture into molds and let sit to dry. Note: Drying will take a few hours. 5. Remove dried bowl cleaners and store in a glass jar with lid. To use: Drop your sparkling citrus toilet bowl cleaner in toilet bowl and let sit for a few minutes before scrubbing the bowl. For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, Subscribe and click the bell for live updates and notifications! Please note, Young Living no longer uses therapeutic grade in our brand marketing. Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL
DIY Hand Purifier with Essential Oils | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Hand Purifier with Essential Oils | Young Living Essential Oils

When you run out of the essentials, it can seem like there’s no solution. Luckily, we believe that with clean ingredients and powerful essential oils, you can make almost anything at home! With three ingredients, plus your favorite essential oils, you’re minutes away from creating your own DIY hand purifier. YL tip: We’ve recommended Thieves® and Peppermint in this recipe, but you can make your own combos with different scents like Geranium and Eucalyptus Radiata, Tea Tree and Lavender, and Rosemary and Joy™! How do you make hand purifier? Ingredients: • 2/3 cup 99% isopropyl alcohol • 1/3 cup aloe vera gel • 1 teaspoon jojoba oil • 20 drops Thieves essential oil blend • 20 drops Peppermint essential oil Directions: 1. Add alcohol, aloe vera, and jojoba oil to a bowl. 2. Add essential oils and mix well to combine. 3. Store in travel-sized containers with a lid. *This recipe makes enough hand purifier for roughly 4–5 travel-sized containers. To get started, purchase the necessary essential oils at YoungLiving.com. Not in the mood to make your own? Try our Thieves® Hand Sanitizer: https://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/thieves-hand-sanitizer-76oz?al=hand%20san For more videos that enhance your home and support your clean-living goals, subscribe to this channel! Want more than just videos? Discover more DIYs, blends, tips and tricks, and clever uses for oils on social media! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYHandPurifier #DIYYL
DIY Body Spray with Essential Oils | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Body Spray with Essential Oils | Young Living Essential Oils

A great first impression starts with the right fragrance. Be memorable for all the right reasons with a statement scent you blend yourself. When you create your own DIY body spray, you’ll have an unforgettable fragrance that is unique and truly you. Even better, you can make it without alcohol, artificial fragrance oils, and other irritating ingredients common in conventional body sprays, using pure, all-natural essential oils instead. Making your own body spray with essential oils may seem like a lot of work, but it really isn’t. This easy DIY requires only four ingredients and three minutes of your time. After that, it’s as simple as spray and slay! Ingredients: • 8-ounce glass spray bottles • 1 tablespoon vegetable glycerin • 1 tablespoon witch hazel • 6 ounces distilled water • 28-35 drops essential oils Directions: 1. Add vegetable glycerin, witch hazel, and water into the glass bottle. 2. Add drops of essential oils. (YL Tip: Start with about 30 drops of essential oil. For stronger scents, add more drops of oil.) 3. Shake well before each use. For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Please note, Young Living no longer uses therapeutic grade in our brand marketing. Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYBodySpray #DIYYL
DIY Homemade Exfoliating Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Homemade Exfoliating Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils

Dry, itchy skin got you down? Don’t worry, there’s hope—or rather, soap—for that! With our all-natural, homemade exfoliating soaps, hydrated skin is only a shower away. Gentle exfoliation is the key to silky-soft skin. Our DIY soap bars include natural exfoliating ingredients to remove dead skin from the surface, plus a combination of coconut and essential oils to soothe as you scrub. After a couple weeks, don’t be surprised if your friends are all, “Look at you glow, girl!” the next time you meet for lunch. Ingredients: Base: • 6 ounces suspended organic melt and pour glycerin soap • 1 tablespoon coconut oil Mix-ins: • Exfoliating ingredient • Essential oils Directions: 1. Cut soap into about 1-inch cubes. 2. Put soap and coconut oil in a large microwave-safe bowl. 3. Microwave for 30 seconds at a time until soap is completely melted, stirring in between to smooth clumps. 4. Add essential oils and mix well. 5. Add exfoliating ingredient slowly, stirring well to combine and remove all clumps. Work quickly before the soap gets too cool. 6. Pour into molds. Let sit until solid, approximately 1-3 hours. Rosemary-Lemon-Sage soap with cornmeal: Mix-ins: • 1 tablespoon cornmeal • 10 drops Lemon essential oil • 10 drops Rosemary essential oil • 10 drops Sage essential oil Cinnamon-Orange-Ginger soap with coffee grounds: Mix-ins: • 2 tablespoon organic coffee grounds • 15 drops Cinnamon Bark essential oil • 10 drops Ginger essential oil • 10 drops Orange essential oil Joy-Geranium-Patchouli soap with poppy seeds and pink Himalayan salt: Mix-ins: • 1 teaspoon poppy seeds • 1-2 tablespoons fine pink Himalayan salt • 15 drops Joy essential oil blend • 10 drops Patchouli essential oil • 10 drops Geranium essential oil For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Please note, Young Living no longer uses therapeutic grade in our brand marketing. Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYSoap #DIYYL
DIY Floral Tub Tea | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Floral Tub Tea | Young Living Essential Oils

In our humble opinion, we’re experts on relaxation! We know how to keep our chill and stay mindful—we even know how to do so luxuriously. Today’s edition of hacks from your resident serenity specialists: DIY bath tea! Bath teas, a sure way to find a moment of calm while pampering your skin, are easy to make! With just a few household ingredients and some lush ones too, you’ll be soaking in floral bliss in no time. Ingredients: • 1 cup whole dried oats • ½ cup dried lavender buds • ½ cup dried chamomile • ½ cup dried rose petals • ½ cup Epsom salt • ½ cup coarse Himalayan salt • 10 drops Lavender essential oil • 10 drops German Chamomile essential oil • 5 drops Rose essential oil • Muslin cotton drawstring pouches, approximately 5 inches long by 4 inches wide Instructions: 1. In a food processor or blender, grind oats for up to 30 seconds to make a fine powder. 2. Combine oats, dried flowers, salt, and essential oils in a bowl. Mix well to thoroughly combine. 3. Scoop mixture into pouches, filling a little more than halfway. This recipe yields 3-5 pouches. 4. Store in a cool, dry place. These tea bags will hold their freshness for up to three months. Interested in learning why each of the ingredients in this tub tea is essential to silky skin and a slice of serenity? Check out The Lavender Life blog: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/diy-bath-tea/ For more eye-catching, have-to-watch Young Living content, subscribe to see more videos like this! Please note, Young Living no longer uses therapeutic grade in our brand marketing. Can’t get enough? Follow us on social media to get creative DIYs, essential oil tried-and-true tips, and information about upcoming events! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL #YLEO
DIY Essential Oil Men’s Hair Pomade | Young Living
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DIY Essential Oil Clay Mask | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Essential Oil Clay Mask | Young Living Essential Oils

Your face is usually the first thing people see. No matter whether you struggle with a combination, dry, or oily skin type, this purifying mud clay mask can help you put your best face forward. We’ve created this Moroccan rhassoul clay facial mask and essential oil blend recipe to help draw out impurities, remove dead skin cells, and give you the glowing skin you’ve been looking for without over-drying. Like the popular bentonite clay or Dead Sea mud, Moroccan rhassoul clay is naturally derived from volcanic deposits and can assist in absorbing excess oil without having to turn to expensive spa treatments or chemically harsh skin care products. Ingredients: • 1 tablespoon rhassoul clay • 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel • 1 tablespoon water • 5 drops Geranium essential oil • 3 drops Tea Tree essential oil • 2 drops Lemon essential oil Instructions: Mix all the ingredients together to form a thick paste. Add more water and aloe vera 1 teaspoon at a time if you want the mixture to be thinner. The mask should be thick enough that you can spread it on easily. To use 1. Apply the mask evenly to a clean, dry face with your fingers. 2. Let the mask dry for 10-15 minutes; you don’t need to wait for it to dry fully. 3. Rinse well, pat dry, and apply a light moisturizer. 4. Use once a week. 5. Store paste in an airtight jar for up to a month. YL tip: Combination skin? Apply the mask only to your oily areas to avoid over-drying the dry parts of your skin. For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOil #DIYYL
DIY Shoe Odor Erasing Powder with Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Shoe Odor Erasing Powder with Young Living Essential Oils

Picture this: you come home after a great workout at the gym. Your neurons are firing, your endorphins are circulating--you feel great! Then when you slip out of your shoes or open your gym bag, you smell your shoes. Sweat from your feet has accumulated in your shoes and gym bag, leaving a bad odor. Thankfully, Young Living Essential Oils has a great natural DIY Shoe Odor Erasing Powder recipe, and we want you to try it! This powder uses all-natural ingredients and our Thieves essential oil, which can help eliminate odors, leaving you with a clean smell. Here's what you need: • 1/4 cup baking soda • 1/4 cup arrowroot powder • 15 drops of Thieves Essential Oil • 1 glass jar with a lid. Instructions: 1. Combine baking soda and arrowroot powder in a mixing bowl. 2. Once combined, add 15 drops of Thieves Essential Oil. 3. Mix until there are no clumps. 4. Place mixture in a glass jar with a lid. Before your next gym session, sprinkle a small spoonful of our DIY Shoe Odor Erasing Powder into your shoes, and enjoy your run with no embarrassing odors! For an extra-strength solution, try sprinkling the powder in your shoes and place them in the freezer overnight. The cold can also help reduce odors. Get your Thieves Essential Oil: https://goo.gl/dVJnJi See our other DIY Videos: https://goo.gl/dkMkKe More on the Young Living Essential Oils Channel: https://goo.gl/uY16AV Have questions about our products? Ask in the comments below, or follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YoungLiving/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/younglivingeo/ Tell us what you think of this DIY Shoe Odor Erasing Powder in the comments below! #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOil #DIYYL
DIY Essential Oil Men’s Hair Pomade | Young Living
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DIY Cocoa-Mint Massage Bar | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Cocoa-Mint Massage Bar | Young Living Essential Oils

Rough workout? Long day in the office? Give your sore muscles some attention with a cocoa-mint-infused lotion bar that you can use for massages, thanks to built-in nubs that help you hit your sore spots. Cocoa butter, coconut oil, and almond oil combine to make this bar ultra-moisturizing, while Peppermint and Copaiba essential oils help soothe tired muscles. Yield: 3-4 massage bars   Ingredients  • ½ cup beeswax pellets • ¼ cup cocoa butter, cut into small chunks • 2 tablespoons sweet almond oil • 1 tablespoon coconut oil • 1 teaspoon cocoa powder • 5 drops Peppermint essential oil • 5 drops Spearmint essential oil • 3 drops Cinnamon Bark essential oil • 3 drops Copaiba essential oil • Silicone mold with nubs on the bottom   Instructions: 1. Add beeswax and cocoa butter to a double boiler over low-medium heat until melted. Be careful not to overheat or melt too quickly—low and slow is best. 2. Once the beeswax and cocoa butter are melted, turn off the heat and add sweet almond oil and coconut oil. Stir to combine. 3. Add cocoa powder and mix well until it is fully incorporated; make sure there are no lumps! 4. Pour the mixture into a mold of your choosing. Let mixture cool for 5 minutes.  5. Add essential oils: 5 drops Peppermint, 5 drops Spearmint, 3 drops Cinnamon Bark, and 3 drops Copaiba to each massage bar. Mix in with a toothpick.   YL TIP: Waiting until the cocoa butter and beeswax mixture cools slightly before adding essential oils keeps the temperature consistent for those precious drops.   6. Let cool completely in the fridge before popping the massage bar out of the mold. 7. Store in a sealed container and keep away from heat to keep the bar from melting.   To use: Rub the textured side of the bar along your back, feet, legs—sore muscles love the extra attention! The textured bottom adds to the massage experience, while the Peppermint and Spearmint leave a tingling sensation on your skin. For a written form of this recipe and more DIYs, visit The Lavender Life: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/treat-sore-muscles-to-a-diy-cocoa-mint-massage-bar/ Begin your beauty routine with some DIY Loofah Soaps, see the recipe here: https://youtu.be/sp6P78aQFxo For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL
DIY YL Essential Oil Loofah Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY YL Essential Oil Loofah Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils

DIY loofah soaps are easier than you think! Homemade loofah soaps are great for exfoliating in the tub or anywhere else you like to wash up. You can keep a couple of loofah soaps by the sink for a refreshing hand wash and keep a few in the shower for skin. DIY loofah soaps require only a handful of ingredients and a few easy steps. The hardest part is choosing which essential oils and cute silicone molds to use! Ingredients: • 3 natural loofah sponges about 5-6 inches long each • String • 2 pounds clear glycerin soap • Soap dye • Essential Oils (For a floral scent, Geranium and Lavender Essential Oils are used in this video) • Round silicone molds about 3 inches in diameter Instructions: 1. Cut the loofah sponge into 1-inch-wide disks and lay flat in the bottom of the mold. YL tip: Tie a string around your loofah before you place it in the mold. The string allows you to hang it from a hook in your shower, so you never drop the soap again! 2. Cut the glycerin soap into about 1-ounce squares. Put 2 squares in a microwavable bowl and microwave on high for 30 seconds or until melted. YL tip: Two squares make 1 soap. To make larger batches, melt more soap and add the proper amount of oil and dye to keep the ratios the same. We like making individual soaps so we can customize scents and colors. (6 oz for 3 soaps are used in this video) 3. Add 3-4 drops of soap dye and 3-4 drops of your favorite essential oils to the melted glycerin soap. Mix well. 4. Pour the glycerin soap mixture into the mold. 5. Repeat until all the loofahs are covered with glycerin soap. Let them dry for 2-3 hours, pop the soaps out of the mold, and lather up! For more essential oil suggestions with this recipe, visit The Lavender Life here: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/blog-how-to-make-loofah-soaps/ Also be sure to check out the DIY Video Playlist for more fun DIY recipes: https://goo.gl/dkMkKe #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL
DIY Grapefruit Salt Scrub | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Grapefruit Salt Scrub | Young Living Essential Oils

This DIY salt scrub is the pampering your winter skin needs. Use this homemade salt scrub recipe, with a carrier oil of mango kernel oil and infused with grapefruit essential oil, to gently exfoliate while enjoying the benefits of Himalayan salt and dead sea salt. DIY skincare has never been so easy or so luxurious! Ingredients: • ½ Cup Himalayan Rock Salt • ½ Cup Dead Sea Salt • ⅓ Cup Mango Kernel Oil • Juice of 1 fresh lemon • 10-15 drops of Grapefruit Essential Oil Instructions: 1. Measure out salt into a bowl 2. Add Lemon Juice 3. Emulsify Grapefruit Essential Oil into mango oil 4. Add oils to the salt mixture 5. Store in an airtight container You'll love the silky feel of your skin after a relaxing evening bath! Just make sure to check out http://www.youngliving.com/grapefruit for information on photosensitivity recommendations that apply when using citrus essential oils. Buy Grapefruit Essential Oil Here: https://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/grapefruit-essential-oil For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #YLEO #DIYYL
DIY YL Bath Jellies | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY YL Bath Jellies | Young Living Essential Oils

Bounce into the bath or shower with these fanciful, fragrant, essential oil-infused DIY YL bath jellies! Our simple recipe and customized fragrance blends will add some jiggly joy to your shower, bath, or hand-washing routine. Your kids' bath has never been more fun. Made with essential oils and your favorite basic soap (we loved using Young Living's Bath and Shower Gel base (https://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/bath-shower-gel-base), add some jiggly fun to your washing experience. Ingredients: • Natural coloring • An essential oil blend from our 5 splashy summer ideas found on the blog! • Silicone molds • 1 teaspoon unsweetened, unflavored gelatin • ¾ cup distilled water • ½ cup unscented liquid soap • Isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle Directions: 1. Mix the water and gelatin in a heat-safe bowl or pot and bring to a boil. 2. Add the liquid soap and stir until incorporated. 3. Add 1-2 drops of natural coloring. 4. Add 10-12 drops of essential oil. Try one of our cheerful blend ideas below! 5. Pour the mixture into silicon molds. 6. If bubbles form on the top of the liquid, spray with isopropyl alcohol to smooth the surface. 7. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours. 8. Add water and lather up! 9. Store jellies in the refrigerator when not in use to prevent them from melting and losing their shape. For more glimpses into the fun, excitement, and connection that being a Young Living member brings, subscribe to see more videos like this! Want more? Follow us on our social media to get great DIY projects, tips on using our essential oils, and the next events that you can be a part of! Blog: https://youngliving.com/blog Facebook: https://facebook.com/youngliving Instagram: https://instagram.com/youngliving Twitter: https://twitter.com/youngliving Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/youngliving #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL #DIYBathJellies
How to Get Mermaid Hair with Young Living Essential Oils
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How to Get Mermaid Hair with Young Living Essential Oils

Long, healthy hair is serious summer goals, but we know luscious locks are always in season. Keep your scalp and hair healthy for the beach and beyond while promoting the appearance of strong, healthy-looking long hair year-round with our DIY mermaid hair spray. Featuring the best essential oils for hair, this mermaid hair spray will dress your tresses for every summer event with its enticing, natural aroma. The sweet, herbaceous fragrance makes this hair treatment the perfect summer beauty companion. Sprays and serums for your hair abound in every store, but you may be wondering how to make a natural hair serum. Our hair serum is ideal for helping improve the appearance of thicker hair, and it’s great for oily hair, too. The trick is in our enriching combination of Rosemary, Lavender, and Cedarwood essential oils. Mix these three hydrating essential oils with witch hazel and water in a glass spray bottle. Want to know how to make mermaid hair spray that adds natural body and waves? Use salt water! After you wash your hair, spray this mixture on damp locks to seal in the moisture. Be sure to shake vigorously before each use. Whether you’re looking to hydrate your hair for summer selfies or add volume year-round, the essential oil uses are seemingly endless. Look no further than these essential oils for healthy hair in this perfectly portable and easy-to-use mermaid spray. Check out the blog for more mermaid hair fun!: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/how-to-get-mermaid-hair-with-essential-oils/ Ingredients • 10 drops Rosemary essential oil • 10 drops Lavender essential oil • 10 drops Cedarwood essential oil • 1 ounce witch hazel • Water 4-ounce glass spray bottle Instructions Mix essential oils and witch hazel together in an empty glass spray bottle. Fill the rest of the bottle with water. Shake vigorously before use; then lightly spray on wet hair. Dry and style hair as normal. We added salt water! For a natural, beachy look for any occasion! #DIYYL #YoungLivingEssentialOils #YLEO
DIY Pet Odor Deodorizer with Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Pet Odor Deodorizer with Young Living Essential Oils

Pet parents know that having animals in the home comes with extra messes, but that doesn’t make it any easier to deal with pet stains and the odor of pet urine. Whether you have a new puppy or a mature cat, you may find yourself spending a lot of time researching the best odor eliminators and stain removers for pet-loving families. To keep things neat and tidy even with pets in the home, try our DIY pet stain and odor remover. This handy concoction is packed with odor busters such as apple cider vinegar, Lemon essential oil, and Purification® essential oil blend. It supplements other carpet cleaners and fights stains and odors with just a spray bottle and a few ingredients you probably already have around the house. It’s easy to mix up this recipe for DIY pet stain remover. Simply combine the vinegar, water, and essential oils in a glass spray bottle and shake to mix. For recent accidents, dab to remove excess moisture and spray generously with the mixture. Allow it to sit for 15 minutes; then soak up the spray and the mess with an old towel. For tougher stains, spray with the odor remover and sprinkle with baking soda. Allow the mixture to dry and vacuum up the powder. Ingredients: • 1 cup apple cider vinegar • 1 cup water • 1 teaspoon salt • 15 drops Lemon essential oil • 5 drops Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil • 5 drops Purification® essential oil blend • 2 cups baking soda (optional, for tough or already-dried stains) #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL
DIY Bubble Bath Bars Using Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY Bubble Bath Bars Using Young Living Essential Oils

Baths and bubbles—it’s a combination few can resist. If you’re in the mood for a relaxing soak or ready for playtime, use our bubble bath bars, boosted by essential oils, to transform your everyday. Ingredients: • 1 cup baking soda, plus some extra • 1 cup sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (SLSA)* • 1/3 cup corn starch • 1/3 cup cream of tartar • 1/3 cup vegetable glycerin • 1 tablespoon coconut oil • 1 tablespoon water • 20-30 drops essential oil—try our fun suggestions that can be found on the blog! • Natural soap dye or food coloring • Wax paper Directions: 1. Measure out all dry ingredients, and strain them through a fine mesh strainer to get rid of any clumps. Mix together with your hands. 2. In a separate bowl, measure out all wet ingredients, including your essential oils. Mix together. 3. Combine wet and dry ingredients. Mix with your hands until you form a dough with a somewhat crumbly texture. 4. Separate the dough into two bowls, and add natural soap dye or food coloring. Mix well by kneading with your hands until the color is fully incorporated. This may take a few minutes. 5. Put one piece of colored dough onto a sheet of wax paper sprinkled with baking soda. Using a rolling pin, flatten the dough into a rectangle shape about ½ inch thick, pressing together any cracks in the dough with your fingers. 6. Place the second piece of colored dough on top of the first, and use a rolling pin to flatten the dough to the same rectangular size as the first. The result is the two pieces layered on top of each other. 7. Using your wax paper, slowly begin to turn the dough over on itself to roll it up. Gently press any cracks together when they form, keeping the roll intact as much as possible. Keep rolling until you have a cylinder. YL Tip: If your roll is cracking a lot, drizzle a tiny amount of vegetable glycerin on cracking spots to help them stick. 8. Squeeze the ends in to make the roll tight. 9. Cut the roll into slices that are 1-2 inches thick. 10. For best results, let the bubble bars dry for at least 72 hours before use. To use: 1. Run a hot bath, and break up the bubble bar in the running water. 2. To control the amount of bubbles, take out the bubble bar when you have enough soap and bubbles. Store in a container for future use. 3. Enjoy! Have you tried out our bubble bars yet? What are your favorite essential oil combinations? Tell us in the comments below! Get Inspiration Essential Oil Blend: https://youngliving.sale/inspiration Get Lemon Essential Oil: https://youngliving.sale/lemon Get Pine Essential Oil: https://youngliving.sale/pine Get Tea Tree Essential Oil: https://youngliving.sale/tea-tree More Bath time DIYs Geode Bath Bombs: https://youngliving.press/bath-bomb-diy Bubble Bath: https://youngliving.press/bubble-bath-diy Bath Jellies: https://youngliving.press/bath-jellies-diy Lotion Bars: https://youngliving.press/lotion-bars SUBSCRIBE for more DIYs using our essential oils! Can’t wait til the next DIY? Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YLeducationalevents/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/younglivingeo/ Blog: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/younglivingeo #YoungLivingEssentialOils #YLEO #DIYYL
DIY YL Paw Balm | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY YL Paw Balm | Young Living Essential Oils

No matter the season, if your dog or cat loves the outdoors, you’ve probably wondered how to treat a cracked paw or dry paw after one of your furry friend’s many wild adventures. And if you’ve ever shopped for commercial paw balms, then you’ve probably wondered how to treat your pet’s paws with naturally derived emollients like tea tree oil, shea butter, and coconut oil. The Animal Scents® line and the Young Living blog are on paw patrol with a DIY paw balm infused with essential oils. This homemade paw balm is naturally nourishing for paws of all shapes and sizes, all year long! In this video, watch as we assemble our DIY paw balm infused with essential oils. The recipe for dry, cracked paws features shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax, V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex, and a selection of our favorite Animal Scents: Mendwell™, Infect Away™, and PuriClean™. After heating the ingredients and mixing to combine, pour the liquid into a small glass storage container and cool for at least 3 hours. Once the balm has solidified, massage a small amount into your pet’s paws. You can give them some extra pampering any time with the softness of shea butter and the aromas of Geranium, Myrrh, Patchouli, Lavender, and Frankincense. Keep your pup on her toes and your feline friends on the prowl with this easy-to-make paw balm filled with wholesome moisturizers and a sweet selection of pet-friendly aromas. #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL
DIY YL Aroma Stones | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY YL Aroma Stones | Young Living Essential Oils

Welcome back DIY fans! We have a great project on aroma stones, that you can make yourself with ingredients in your home. These stones are natural aroma diffusers, and you can add your favorite essential oils for a therapeutic, spa-like atmosphere in your home. These DIY Aroma Stones offer more than just decorations, they are small, easy to move around, and spread the scent of your favorite essential oils throughout the room in a new way! You can arrange them on an end table in your living room, or enjoy them by setting them next to a relaxing bath with your favorite scents! Here’s what you need: • 1 ½ cups of flour • ¼ cup Epsom salt • 2/3 cup and 3 tablespoons of boiling water • 20 drops Purification Essential Oil • 15 Drops Cypress Essential Oil • Food coloring (Optional) 1. Combine flour and salt in a glass bowl, and boil some water. If you want to add food coloring to your stones, include it in the boiling water for even distribution. 2. Add boiling water to flour and salt mixture, mix. 3. Add essential oils 4. Knead for several minutes until smooth 5. Break off 1-2 inch pieces and roll into a stone shape. If you want other shapes, you can also press the dough into silicone molds. Let dry overnight, or for 48 hours for best results. After the stones are finished, simply place them in the room of your choice and enjoy the aromatherapy! When the scents fade away after a few weeks, you can add 3-12 drops of your favorite essential oils for a new diffusing experience! Our Young Living blog, The Lavender Life, also has some great tips on making these aroma stones, and their favorite scent combinations! Check out their post here: http://youngliving.press/aroma-stones-blog You can buy our essential oils here: Purification Essential Oil: http://youngliving.sale/purification Cypress Essential Oil: http://youngliving.sale/cypress Have you tried this recipe yet? What are your favorite essential oil combinations? Let us know in the comments! SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more helpful DIYs with our essential oils! More Videos Like This: DIYs by Young Living Playlist: http://youngliving.press/diys-by-yl Keep up to date on our latest DIYs and essential oil products by following us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YLeducationalevents/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/younglivingeo/ Blog: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/younglivingeo Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/younglivingeo/ #YoungLivingEssentailOils #YLEO #DIYYL #YoungLiving #AromaStones
DIY YL Essential Oil Loofah Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils
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DIY YL Essential Oil Loofah Soaps | Young Living Essential Oils

DIY loofah soaps are easier than you think! Homemade loofah soaps are great for exfoliating in the tub or anywhere else you like to wash up. You can keep a couple of loofah soaps by the sink for a refreshing hand wash and keep a few in the shower for skin. DIY loofah soaps require only a handful of ingredients and a few easy steps. The hardest part is choosing which essential oils and cute silicone molds to use! Ingredients: • 3 natural loofah sponges about 5-6 inches long each • String • 2 pounds clear glycerin soap • Soap dye • Essential Oils (For a floral scent, Geranium and Lavender Essential Oils are used in this video) • Round silicone molds about 3 inches in diameter Instructions: 1. Cut the loofah sponge into 1-inch-wide disks and lay flat in the bottom of the mold. YL tip: Tie a string around your loofah before you place it in the mold. The string allows you to hang it from a hook in your shower, so you never drop the soap again! 2. Cut the glycerin soap into about 1-ounce squares. Put 2 squares in a microwavable bowl and microwave on high for 30 seconds or until melted. YL tip: Two squares make 1 soap. To make larger batches, melt more soap and add the proper amount of oil and dye to keep the ratios the same. We like making individual soaps so we can customize scents and colors. (6 oz for 3 soaps are used in this video) 3. Add 3-4 drops of soap dye and 3-4 drops of your favorite essential oils to the melted glycerin soap. Mix well. 4. Pour the glycerin soap mixture into the mold. 5. Repeat until all the loofahs are covered with glycerin soap. Let them dry for 2-3 hours, pop the soaps out of the mold, and lather up! For more essential oil suggestions with this recipe, visit The Lavender Life here: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/blog-how-to-make-loofah-soaps/ Also be sure to check out the DIY Video Playlist for more fun DIY recipes: https://goo.gl/dkMkKe #YLEO #YoungLivingEssentialOils #DIYYL