There are a number of essential oil recipes that can be made to soothe your skin during the cold winter months. You should try them out to see which one works for you and enjoy your winter.
Winter Wellness: A mix of two drops of eucalyptus, eight drops of Rosemary essential oil, four drops of lemon grass essential oil, three drops of chamomile essential oil, six drops of lavender essential oil and two drops of jasmine essential oil. You can add eucalyptus if you prefer, but use only the carrier oil which works best for your skin. You can put it in a small bottle and use it every night as soon as you wake up in the morning. This is one of the most popular essential oil recipes for use in the winter months because it is soothing and invigorating at the same time.
Chamomile Tea: Two drops of fresh chamomile tea make a great aroma during the winter. It is a pleasant and calming scent, which makes it a wonderful choice for your room. Take one or two cups of boiling water, pour in two drops of fresh chamomile tea and add one tablespoon of honey to make it taste better. Add a few drops of lavender and orange essential oils to it to make it more aromatic. If you use this recipe, you will find that you need less hot water to get a good and relaxing aroma.
Winter Blend: Two drops of peppermint essential oil, one drop of sandalwood essential oil, four drops of geranium essential oil, one drop of vanilla essential oil, four drops of grapefruit essential oil, and four drops of clove essential oil. You can add a few drops of cypress, or rosewood essential oil and lemon essential oil to the mix if you like. Make a few drops of the blend in a spray bottle and spray it around your room and add it to your bath soaps and bath salts.
Eucalyptus Tea: You can buy a eucalyptus tea kettle that comes with a tea bag which is great to have around the house. You can brew herbal tea which is very relaxing, very soothing and refreshing. If you are looking for essential oil recipes that work in the winter then this is one of the best choices you can make. You can add a handful to your bath water and soak in it when you shower.
Rosemary and Thyme Lavender Tea: A combination of one drops of Rosemary and thyme is a great way to bring spring to your home when the weather is warm and sunny. Add one drops of Rosemary essential oil and four drops of thyme essential oil to half cup of boiling water. Fill the kettle with it and leave the kettle over heat to brew. You will want to leave it until it begins to steam, the tea will become very fragrant and very inviting.
Rosemary and Thyme Tea: Rosemary and thyme tea is a perfect choice to relax and de-stress when you are feeling anxious. Add a few drops of Rosemary and thyme in a half cup of boiling water and then add a few drops of Rosemary essential oil and one drops of clove essential oil. Fill a cup of steamer with it, place it over a low fire and keep it simmering for half an hour. The mixture will become very aromatic and you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated.
Warm Mint Tea: A few drops of rosewood essential oil, one drop each of peppermint and lavender essential oil and two drops of Eucalyptus essential oil can be added to hot water and brewed. The combination makes a relaxing, soothing tea that is great to drink in the summertime.