The beautiful thing about Young Living essential oils is there are aroma combinations that compliment any time of year. From floral and citrus in the spring and summer to the scents of fall, essential oils bring the seasons indoors.
The holidays are a perfect time of year to bring the feelings of Christmas to life using essential oils. Here are twelve ways you can infuse your home and your activities this holiday season with Young Living Essential Oils, Sha-Faun style.
Day 1: Bring the Festivities into your Home by Diffusing Christmas Blend:
You might not be baking or brewing Christmas cider every day, but you can bring those scents into your home anytime you want with one of Young Living's essential oil diffusers. We love the aroma of Young Living clove bud, cinnamon bark, rosemary, and lemon essential oils in the diffuser to lift our holiday spirits.
Day 2: Make Scented Christmas Tree Ornaments:
Whether you use plush ornaments or natural elements such as pine cones or clay, you can use essential oils to scent your decorations for a Christmas look AND smell. Make a spritz using essential oils and distilled water to spritz your ornaments with holiday cheer!
Day 3: Make Homemade Body Products as Christmas Gifts:
Every year at the Holidays, we at Sha-Faun Enterprises get out our lip balms molds and our favorite body butters and blend body products to share with loved ones at the holidays. Whether your friends need a bit of relaxation, or a spark of energy to make it through the bustling holiday season, Young Living Essential oils can give your loved ones exactly what they need.
Day 4: Inspire some Christmas Sensory Play:
Homemade clays and playdoh are even more special when you add scents using essential oils. Just be sure to use kid-friendly blends. We hear that mixing baking soda and shaving cream makes a fun fake snow that even feels cold!
Day 5: Add a Natural Scent to your Artificial Christmas Tree:
A few drops of Young Living spruce, cedarwood, and pine essential oils in distilled water spritzed onto your artificial tree give your home the scent of a real Christmas tree.
Day 6: Cozy Up to Christmas Movies:
It might not be snowing where you live, but you can make it feel like Christmas with some holiday classics and a cheerful scent using some of our favorite holiday blends. Young Living Christmas Spirit should do the trick!
Day 7: Get Crafty and Make some DIY Christmas Candles:
Blend the smells of Christmas into your DIY candles using Young Living essential oils. At Sha-Faun, some of our favorite scents include peppermint, wintergreen, cedarwood, Northern Lights Black Spruce, clove, tangerine, and rosemary!
Day 8: Remove Stains from your Favorite Christmas Sweater using Essential Oils:
Everybody loves a good ugly Christmas sweater, but you can't wear it all season long without getting some stains. Lemon essential oil dropped right onto stains can cut through grease and other messes and keep your holiday sweaters looking festive!
Day 9: Get your House Ready for the Holidays using Young Living Essential Oils:
Whether you're hosting Christmas Eve this year or just wanting to keep things tidy around the holidays, essential oils make excellent homemade cleaners. Holiday blends in your favorite everyday cleaners keep the holiday spirit bright throughout your home!
Day 10: Stocking Stuffers Made Easy with Young Living:
Young Living essential oils are the perfect size to slip right into a stocking on Christmas Eve. Share your favorite scents with your loved ones by gifting the gift of Young Living!
Day 11: Give your Linens and Furniture a Holiday Lift:
An essential oil linen spray using distilled water and your favorite Young Living Holiday scents can keep your couches and curtains smelling festive throughout the Christmas season!
Day 12: Get Christmas Card Ready:
We all stress over our holiday photos every year. Here at Sha-Faun, we use essential oils to keep looking our best all year, especially when it comes time to sit for our Christmas card photos. Reduce puffy eyes using an eye serum made from sweet almond oil mixed with cypress essential oil, frankincense, and chamomile.