Drop all the essential oils carefully into a small glass bottle.
Top with the carrier oil. Screw on the lid and shake until combined.
Done and ready to use!
(Please read the full post in relation to recommended use and storage.)
All essential oils are concentrated and must be handled with care. Not knowing your health history and disposition, I would advise it is best not to apply this blend to your skin. I think it goes without saying, but please do not ingest these shower drops. Dispense them on the shower floor, as suggested, and inhale the steam. Perhaps start with only a couple of drops on each side and see how you go. You can always add an extra drop or two.
As this essential oil blend is combined with a carrier oil, the whole mixture may be slippery, especially if you manage to dispense more than a few drops). That's partly why I advise to dispense the shower drops on either side of you in the shower - but also be careful subsequently moving around in the shower and hopping out (I never had an issue but you never know, right?).
Also, dispense only a few drops at a time, as the peppermint in particular is strong.
If you're using a glass container, handle it with care.
Also, watch that water temp! As we have young kids, our hot water is not scalding. Yours may be different though, so exercise common sense and do not step under the hot water unless you are sure you won't scald your skin. Be careful all!
For the purposes of the photo in this post, I have mixed up triple the amount set out in the recipe above. I usually only mix up once or twice the amount, and it lasts about 1 to 2 weeks.
Finally, this recipe is to be used by adults only. If you're pregnant, please do your research as to whether these oils are suitable for you.
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