Remedies





What you'll need:


  • 5 ml glass bottle (I re-used one of mine from my starter kit)
  • 1 roller filament (you get 1 with the Premium Starter Kit or you can order a package of 10)
  • Stainless steel mini funnel (I didn’t use one because I didn’t have one, but use it if you’ve got it)

Ingredients

  • Sweet Almond Oil or Fractionated Coconut oil
  • Organic Jojoba oil
  • 10 drops of Frankincense
  • 15 drops of Myrrh
  • 20 drops of Lavender

What you’ll do:

  1. Make sure that your glass bottle is clean and dry. I usually put a little rubbing alcohol and water in mine and make sure to rinse it really well. I remove the label and use lemon oil to get off any sticky residue that is left.
  2. Add the Frankincense, Myrrh and Lavender in the bottle. This is where the funnel could really come in handy if you have one or a dropper.
  3. Add the Jojoba Oil and Coconut Oil.  50/50 ratio until the bottle is filled. I just eyed it.
  4. Add the roller filament to the top and you are finished. To add it to your bottle simply put it on and then screw the lid on and it will push it down into place.
  5. Shake it up and you are finished!
  6. I use it at night and in the morning. I put it under my eyes over the dark circles, on my forehead and in between my eyebrows. I roll it on and then gently rub it in. *Be careful not to get it in your eye.



What you'll need:
  • Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap  (I picked mine up at Target for less than $10)
  • Small bowl
  • Water to rinse
  • Towel to dry


What you’ll do:
  • Pour a small amount of the Castile Soap into a bowl (A little goes a long way here!)
  • Rub your brush into the soap and create a lather in the bowl
  • Gently massage the bristles of your brush to loosen the make-up and the dirt
  • Rinse your brush under water until all the soap is completely out and the water runs clear. Put clean water in bowl again with 1-2 drops of essential oil massage bristles one more time.
  • Use a clean towel and pat the bristles to remove excess water
  • Fluff the bristles to help them regain their original shape
That’s it!


Don’t expect the strong hold of alcohol-laden hair sprays, but instead you’ll see the frizz fade away after using this natural alternative.
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 3-4 drops rosemary essential oil
  • 2 cups distilled water
Melt the coconut oil and add to a spray bottle along with the distilled water and essential oil. Be sure to shake well before each use, separation is normal. Spritz on damp or dry hair.










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