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Leanna Hatch
Hydrosols-What are they and how to use them?

Hydrosols-What are they and how to use them?

Hydrosols are the aromatic byproduct of the essential oil creation process. They are also called floral waters, distillate waters, flower waters, hydrolates and aromatic waters. Hydrosols are generally less concentrated than essential oils but have similar properties. They are gentler than essential oils and can be used to make homemade skin care products such as face mists, toners and deodorants. The best part about hydrosols is that you can use them on your whole body including your hair! Lavender water is considered a toner while Sandalwood water makes an excellent shaving cream or aftershave lotion... more info coming soon. 

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Staying Healthy for back to school

Staying Healthy and Going Back to School

How To Help from Getting Sick During The School Year? How to use essential oils to help get you and your kids healthy at school.

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Essential Oils to Enjoy Patio Season

Essential Oils to Enjoy Patio Season

Essential oils are a great way to deal with stress and enjoy the outdoors. Your patio can be a relaxing escape from life's stresses, or it can be a bug-ridden nightmare. Find out which oils you need to enjoy patio season.

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Do you diffuse essential oils?

Do you diffuse essential oils?

I love my diffuser! I use it early in the morning, and I always diffuse something at night when I'm winding down. Do you diffuse essential oils? Why? Do you diffuse essential oils? If so, why? I have been using essential oils for a couple of decades now. They are easy to use and can be used in many different ways. I have diffused them in my room when I am feeling stressed or need a pick me up, but I am always curious about how often people diffuse their essential oils. A lot of people just put them on...

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