To experience the true aroma of an essential oil before you buy it, add a few drops to a perfume blotter strip. Then wave the blotter under your nose, taking small sniffs.
Don't have access to a blotter strip? Use an uncoated business card.
Great skin starts with clean, moisturized skin. Follow these tips for your skincare routine using Re-Nurture's personalized facial products:
Step 1: Wipe face with a warm damp cloth (no soap!)
Step 2: Apply facial toner. Hold the spray bottle about 12" from your face and lightly spritz 4-5 times across your face, neck and chest.
Step 3: While face is still damp from the toner, massage 4-5 drops of "Re-Nurture Day Facial Oil" into skin (remember to include neck and chest).
Step 1: Pour a quarter-size drop of facial milk cleaner into your hand, then use your hands to wash your face. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Step 2. Apply toner (see above)
Step 3: While face is still damp from toner, massage a small amount of Re-Nurture Replenishing Crème into your face, neck and upper chest until absorbed.
Customer tip: During the warmer months, if you have oily skin, you might want to skip the replenishing cream and use the facial oil in the morning and evening..
Every 3rd day:
Wash your your face with White Clay. Mix a pinch of white clay with a little water and wash face, or apply as a clay mask. Wipe face with a warm, wet cloth. Then apply toner and moisturizer.
How long can you store an essential oil?
The shelf life of most essential oils is about two to three years, as long as they are properly stored. Here are some helpful tips for storing your essential oils.
Store your oils and blends in dark glass bottles in a cool and dark area, away from direct sunlight. Make sure the lids are securely tightened to prevent oxidation and loss or weakening of therapeutic properties.
Tip: Pour the contents of larger, almost empty bottles into smaller bottles like our 5ml.glass bottles for blends, to further prevent oxidation.
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When we talk about essential oils and relaxing in the tub, it’s important to remember one thing: oil and water do not mix. So, what do you do? Instead of adding essential oil directly to your bath water, first add 5-20 drops of oil into something that is water soluble, like unscented liquid bath soap, then add to your bath. Enjoy your DIY therapeutic aromatherapy bath soak!
Hydrosols are a great alternative to essential oils. They have the same therapeutic properties, just in smaller amounts. Because they are so diluted you can add them straight to your bathwater. For a relaxing bath try these hydrosols: chamomile, rose, or lavender.
Balance and synergy are key to creating an essential oil blend. Aromatic notes can help you personalize your blend for your aromatherapy needs, whether a calming blend for meditation, an uplifting blend to raise your spirits or an energizing and grounding blend to help you get through the day.
There are three aromatic notes: Top, Middle and Base. A balanced blend will contain all three notes. How much of each oil you put in your blend depends on your desired results.
Top Note essential oils are uplifting and refreshing. Most citrus oils are top note.
Your Base Note is your grounding oil. These are perfect for blends designed for meditation and relaxing. Sandalwood, frankincense, vetiver (spikenard), cedarwood and myrhh are just a few of the base note essential oils.
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