Essential Oils are one of my most exciting finds this year. I use them in the house, in my sewing space and really everywhere. I have a few favorite scents and am beginning to mix and match a few to make things that work well for me and my family.
When mixing your oils though (if you are a beginner like me) it can be a little tricky. What container is one concern that I had. After asking around and ordering a few I found these kits and products. They work great for the things I am doing now.
So- just in case you picked up the starter kit and have used the bottles and oils just as they came….. and are ready to explore a little bit outside of that, these will come in handy.
This kit comes with really a few of everything to give you a chance to try out some lip balm, creams, sprays, roller ball application mixes and more.
There are few containers that I like to have on hand– without having to purchase the kit though. They are roller ball containers. These are great for mixing a few oils and then having them in a simple to use bottle. The roller ball is such a smooth application. The bottle is just large enough to last for quite a while and not too big- you can carry it around without being a big deal.
Spray Bottle Containers- these are great for using for oils you’d like in a spray bottle- think bug spray, stinky bathroom spray. These are a little small, but larger spray bottles are great for storing your homemade spray starch.
After you make your fun concoctions- you will need something to carry them around in.
You can make a fleece container that can pop into any other bag you have. The padding around the bottle keeps it safe no matter where it is. The other is a full zipper pouch which has elastic to help keep individual bottles in place and secure. I use both- depending on what I’m carrying around!
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