For Valentine’s I got Lola a bunch of sweet things to make roller bottles with. She LOVES making roller bottles and uses oils daily too. I really enjoy doing this with her. So as I was walking around Target gathering up a couple gifts for the kids- Finn got play dough, Ella got a LEGO set and then Lola was left. I told Kevin, well she really loves doing all the oils with me. So I am going to order her some fancy bottles, dried rose petals and dried lavender. And I knew it, she was in heaven and felt LOVED. Putting together roller bottle as a gift for someone is so unique and personal! It says- I know what you are going thru and what you might need for support. Lola gave her teacher the “unicorn roller bottle” (recipe below) for Valentines. I thought it was so thoughtful of Lola. She said that she knew her teacher would love the smell and the boost it would give her!
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These are the items we used to make our roller bottles-
- ORGANIC DRIED ROSES– HERE
- ORGANIC DRIED LAVENDER– HERE
- GOLD TOPPED ROLLER BOTTLES– HERE
- JOJOBA OIL– HERE
- FRACTIONATED COCONUT OIL– HERE
ESSENTIAL OILS– not all essential oils are not the same, a lot use fillers and they are diluted. I suggest doing research before! I choose to only use Young Living- they have the best seed- to seal processing system. (check out their seed to seal process here). I am a distributor, and share more below.
Roller Bottle Recipes- (Free printable below)
- If you are adding any dried flowers make sure you leave space for them or add them at the start!
- After you add the oils and flowers- fill the rest of the way with a carrier oil- leave a little air on the top
- For my carrier oil I use fractionated coconut oil for most and then jojoba oil for anything face (doesn’t clog pores)
- These are for adults. My kids do use all these- but I eased them into the oils. I recommend doing half for kids. Do not use on infants. These are not intended for animals
- 4 drops lavender
- 4 drops frankincense
Motion (keeps me alert when driving and also eases my motion sickness)
- 10 drops peppermint
- 10 drops frankincense
- 10 drops lemon (or ginger would make a nice addition)
Unicorn Roller (supports all the emotions and bonus it is a perfume!) **You can do less oils but it does make a nice strong scent!
- 10 drops valor
- 10 drops frankincense
- 10 drops stress away
- 10 drops orange
- 10 drops northern lights black spruce
- 10 drops geranium
- 10 drops orange
Happy Smiles (great pick-me up and smells amazing)
- 5 drops lavender
- 5 drops geranium
- 5 drops lemon
All Away (I rub this all over- especially with sore muscles)
- 5 drops panaway
- 3 drops copaiba
Wellness Roller (I rub this on any kids spine and on their feet)
- 4 drops thieves
- 3 drops frankincense
Glow (love this one to give my face a fresh glow- and reduce the signs of aging. I also rub it around the dry skin around my girls lips!)
- 6 drops frankincense
- 6 drops copaiba
- 6 drops Geranium (optional- but would be a nice addition)
- I always use jojoba oil for any roller that goes on my face, doesn’t clog pores
- 6 drops lavender
- 6 drops orange
Owie (helps with ouchies, or aches, we used it around finger nails that are hurting)
- 4 lavender
- 2 frankincense
- 2 copiaba
*** Two articles on- Oils and Infants and Oils and Animals– both articles are from Young Living- so do your own research depending on the brand you use. I am not a doctor. I am only sharing what we use after doing my own personal research.
Roller Bottle Dilution Chart (based on 10 ml bottle)- this is just a guide if you want to adjust any of the recipes above!!
- 2-5 years old 2-5 drops
- 5-12 years old 5-10 drops
- 13 and up- 15-30 drops
- More on Essential Oils-
Below is the type of graphics I create for people who buy an essential oil starter kit from me! Tons of daily education if you are interested in transforming your home go HERE and you can print the Ultimate Roller Blends HERE
I use Young Living because I get wholesale on everything, you can get it too! You just have to buy a starter kit. The starter kit includes 12 of their best starter oils and a gorgeous diffuser to get you going with using oils in your home daily. The kits start at $165 and most the diffusers cost that alone. You can always buy one oil at a time and never get a starter kit- but you pay retail and it takes a long time to get all the oils to make and do the things to enjoy the oils everyday in your life. (If you would like to order you can HERE to keep reading).
Keep on reading on Essential Oils-
Any suggestions made on this blog are very specific to Young Living essential oils and should not be used with oils from another source. Statements made on this website about Young Living Essential Oils have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products and information are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Anyone suffering from disease or injury should consult with a physician. If you are currently on medication, please do not stop.