Infinity Jars

June 5, 2017

I have two recipes for you today! I have some excellent essential oils on hand and I use them often for my family and for house keeping.

The first recipe is a herbal drop for my kids skin. They recently had some dry spots on their scalps. I mixed half a dropped bottle with avocado oil, 12 drops of rosemary essential oil and 12 drops of lavender essential oil. I drop this onto my fingers then lightly massage onto their dry patches. It seems to help soothe their itchy scalps and reduce redness.

I recently came across Infinity Jars a few weeks ago….they are perfect for making and storing essential oil concoctions at home. Here is why they are so amazing and so unique.

Infinity Jars can actually slow down the decaying process of organic matter while maintaining the freshness of whatever you put inside. What sets Infinity Jars apart from all other jars is that it blocks out all harmful visible light rays while selectively ALLOWING infrared and UV-A rays.”

So far I have used the Infinity spray bottle and dropper bottle and I really love them. The oils do not lose their potency. They size is perfect for keeping in our medicine cabinet, in my purse, or next to the bedside. I love how they look as well…sleek and black but when the light hits them they are a deep cobalt blue. The dropper cap and the spray nozzle are very well made and sturdy. Overall, these are extremely high quality bottles and I highly recommend you order some for yourself. You can read more on their website about food storage and how Infinity Jars can keep many other household items fresh for an extended period of time.

Here is another little essential oil blend I like to make.


Lavender Linen Mist

3/4 bottle water

12 drops lavender essential oil

Shake it up and mist your bedding, linen closets, laundry piles, etc.




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