What fun is a new obsession if you can’t accessorize properly? Shopping is half the fun, after all.
Check out this adorable box I purchased at Hobby Lobby for cheap. It was just the perfect size for all the oils that came in the everyday oils premium starter kit. Little did I know that I would outgrow it very quickly, but still, adorable, right? I’ll just have to re-purpose it somewhere.
To protect the aromatic and therapeutic properties of your essential oils, store them in amber or cobalt blue bottles as this helps to keep out the deteriorating sunlight. These dark colored dropper bottles, spray bottles and roller bottles I purchased off of Amazon for cheap. And the little glass Ball pickling jars I bought at Joann Fabrics for less than a $1/each.
spray bottle – lavender spray for my pillowcase
dropper bottles – carrier oil and a custom blend of oils for healing and for lymphatic flow
Roller bottle – carrier oil and custom blend for headaches
Jar – base lotion plus custom blend for relieving aches and pains
Obviously, I NEED them all!
Also, I need another diffuser. The diffuser that comes with the starter kit is wonderful. It’s so wonderful, in fact, that I need one for work as well. You have 2 options that come with the premium starter kit. The white aroma diffuser is $10 more but I liked the sleek design and the fact that it covers a larger square footage. Perhaps I’ll purchase the home diffuser as well just so I can have some different options.
Outside of the Amazon, there’s another site which has a lot of good options for accessories – http://www.abundanthealth4u.com. There you can buy bottles, cases, diffusers, shea butter and pretty much whatever you need to accessorize your new obsession 🙂
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