Happy Aromatherapy Day | How I Use My Oils


Happy Aromatherapy Day!

(Yes, I know it’s also Father’s Day and I didn’t want to overshadow that special day so I’m posting a day early!)

aro·ma·ther·a·pynoun \ə-ˌrō-mə-ˈther-ə-pē\ : the use of natural oils that have a pleasant smell to make a person feel better especially by rubbing the oils into the skin – Source

Whether you are stressed out, anxious, suffer from seasonal allergies, or insomnia you can enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils.  Most recently my family has been using them to help us all recover from an illness.

Thieves, Peppermint, and Lavender have been our best friends.

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The boys of course are always using their Peace & Calming at night to help them transition from day to night. (This has been especially helpful with it still being light outside at 7 & 8pm (Their bedtimes.)

Really I use most of my oils daily, and all of them weekly.

How I Use My Premium Starter Kit Oils:

  • Frankincense: In my facial lotion first thing after the shower.
  • Lemon: Diffused, for allergies, and in my water – helps suppress cravings.
  • Lavender: For bruises, cuts, burns, stings, calming, diaper rash, and allergies
  • Peppermint: For headaches, allergies, and fevers, diffused during workout, in my water, and during oil pulling.
  • Thieves: Diffused, for colds and other sicknesses, mixed as household cleaners.
  • Joy: Diffused, and as my daily perfume.
  • Valor: Placed on my son’s spine daily, used on my vita flex points. Placed on my feet at night on occasion.
  • Purification: Disinfect my home, as a insect repellant, an acne treatment, and in my laundry routine.
  • Peace & Calming: Diffused daily in the evening to help boys transition to bed. Used on bottom of boys feet or in after bath lotion for bedtime.  Used behind kids ears when we are out and about and the boys get a bit to crazy.
  • PanAway: Headaches, sore muscles, and my husband’s lower back pain.
  • Stress Away: Diffused while cleaning or working. Diffused when guests are over.

(Learn more about the kit and why I use Young Living Essential Oils)

I can’t tell you how much I love my oils. I’m still learning daily on different ways they work for us. One of the ways I’ve learned about how to use my oils is with the Quick Reference Guide Book my sponsor sent me.  In celebration of Aromatherapy Day I’m giving the first several people who sign up for a Premium Starter Kit their very own guidebook.

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For full directions on how to sign up and any other questions you may have – please head over to THIS POST. It explains why you would want to buy the wholesale kit whether or not you want to sell oils. It also explains how to buy individual oils. If you want to start with just a few I highly recommend Peppermint, Lavender, and Lemon. Peace & Calming is a must for anyone with kids!

Once you have signed up for a kit I will always be here to help answer your questions about oiling. I will work to help you pick the oils that will best help your family. Plus I have this Facebook Group that you can join to learn more about oils and see how other people are using them!

Please don’t hesitate to ask me any questions. You can reach me by leaving a comment below or emailing me at familyandlifeinlv(at)gmail.com.

I am a distributor for Young Living oils and as such I receive compensation for the sale of YL oils. I would never promote anything I didn’t use myself and I truly believe in. Additionally the statements made here have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure or prevent any disease. This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

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  1. says

    I love using essential oils. I use them for all kinds of things. Especially when I am congested I mix them in some steaming hot water and put a towel over it and it clears me right up.


  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    I’ve heard so much buzz about Essential Oils lately. I love that they are a natural way to help heal/cure things!!


  3. teresa mccluskey says

    I think aromatherapy is great! Plus it always smells so good! The only one I cant be around is the mint ones.


  4. says

    I have been loving the diffuser in my room. And the lavender for burns? It’s the best. I got a hot olive oil burn and the lavender took the sting right out.


    Emily Reply:

    That’s awesome! I actually had the same thing happen the other night as I was pan frying some zucchini!! :) Ouch then ahhhh!


  5. says

    The more I hear people talking about essential oils, the more I am interested in trying them. Probably because everyone is so happy with the results they have using them. I will have to research this topic more.


    Emily Reply:

    If you ever have any questions Renee – Please don’t hesitate to ask. I’m not pushing my oils, I generally love them and talking/sharing them. :)


  6. says

    I love oils and the different usage for it. I think it is cool it comes with diffusers and I did pin it for future reference when I am ready to purchase thanks for this product!


    Emily Reply:

    Thanks Kiwi – if you ever have an questions, please let me know! I’m always happy to help.


  7. Pam says

    I really need to get on board with essential oils. I keep reading and hearing about them and I just need to try them out. Lemon seems to appeal to be. I need something to help stop my cravings.


  8. says

    Thanks for sharing how you use your oils, I have seen so many talk about these on FB lately. I am always curious about new ideas and these oils seem like a fantastic option for so many! Appreciate you taking time to share how you use them :)


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