Frankincense essential oil is known as the “King of Oils” mainly because it has such a huge variety of ways this oil can be used. Its amazing for skin, perfumes and helps balance mood. Below are some great ways you can use frankincense oil every day.
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1.Add to face lotion for skin.
Combine 2 drops of frankincense oil with your face moisturiser and massage into your skin
Add frankincense to your diffuser for overall wellness and to create feelings of positivity.
3. Room Spray
Make your own DIY Room Spray with frankincense essential oil to smell nice and help with relaxation.
4. Dental Hygiene
Add it as part of your dental hygiene routine
5. Razor Relief Serum
Make a Razor Relief Serum for after you shave to soothe the skin.
6. Respiratory function
Combine with citrus oil or copaiba to aid respiratory function.
7. Clay facial mask
Try this DIY Clay facial mask with frankincense essential oil to help cleanse your skin.
Dilute with carrier oil, castile soap or body wash and add to the bath for relaxation and soothing.
use this in combination with a carrier oil or cream to provide a relaxing and soothing massage.
Massage into cuticles for healthy nails. You can also add some myrrh to help strengthen them.
Diffuse for meditation and promote focus
Create your own perfumes blends to wear during the day. You can create a rollerball, balm or spray.
13. After Sun Spray
Frankincense is great for the skin and combined with peppermint and lavender is great for after sun care. Try out this DIY recipe.
14. Use in post partum care
After birth apply one drop of frankincense essential oil mixed with a carrier oil to “anoint” the babies head after delivery.
15. Hand Lotion
Add 1-2 drops to your hand lotion to moisture, protect and soothe the skin.
16. Ouchie Spray
Frankincense combined with tea tree and lavender is great for cuts and scrapes. Make up your own spray or rollerball for those little accidents. Check out this recipe