Always Dilute Oils When Applying To The Skin
Many companies recommend applying “essential oils” behind the ears for some sort of effect. But if you are using our uncut pure essential oil it is simply not a good idea. These oils are concentrated, so they will irritate the skin if you apply them directly to the skin. If a company suggests to apply them directly to the skin, they are diluted in a carrier oil like sweet almond oil or fractionated coconut oil. So when you use our essential oils you should always use between 1% and 3% in the product or a carrier oil. But if you are using essential oils for a face product, then the maximum amount you should use essential oil at is .3%.
Citrus Oils Should Never Be Used In Leave On Face Products
Citrus essential oils are great smelling and refreshing. However, if they are left on the skin they can make the skin photosensitive. That means that it may make the skin more sensitive to light. Using citrus essential oils in washes like shower gel or soap is fine. We just don’t recommend making face or body lotions.
Label Products Correctly In Case Of Allergies
If you like to make your own Soaps and other Personal Care Products, you’ll need to keep a stockpile of bath and body making supplies around. These supplies will vary widely depending on the type of products that you enjoy making. However, there is one type of product that you’ll want to always have. For almost all recipes, you’ll need Essential Oils. There are many different types of Essential Oils out there, enough that we can write out a dozen lists on them. Some of these oils you’ll use frequently, and these are the ones that you’ll want to have on hand all the time.