Oils In The Home: Nursery

Essential oils can benefit your everyday life in every room of your home, and the nursery is a great place to keep certain products on hand. Whether you’re just starting a family, or creating a special room for a new child, here are a few examples of how you can use doTERRA CPTG® oils in your nursery.

Lavender—One of the many benefits of Lavender is its calming properties. Lavender oil has been used for centuries to soothe skin, ease feelings of tension, and promote a relaxing atmosphere. Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and mist sheets to promote feelings of restful sleep.* You might also try diluting a drop of Lavender with coconut oil for a soothing bedtime massage.

doTERRA Touch™ Kit—doTERRA’s Touch oils come in convenient 10 mL roll-on bottles and are diluted with fractionated coconut oil—ideal for sensitive skin. Keep a bottle of Lavender, Frankincense, Melaleuca, doTERRA Breathe®, and DigestZen® Touch in a drawer for easy access to meet your family’s needs.

EO Diaper Cream—This simple 3 ingredient Diaper Cream uses Lavender and Melaleuca oils to soothe skin from irritation. Melaleuca, or Tea Tree oil, is another product known for its skin-benefiting properties, making it a great addition to this DIY. Apply cream as needed for cooling relief.

doTERRA Balance® and Roman Chamomile—Both of these oils provide calming, grounding effects. Diffuse these oils during the day or at night to ease feelings of tension or nervousness, and to add a pleasant aroma.

doTERRA Daily Nutrient Pack®—The little ones aren’t the only ones spending hours at a time in the nursery every day. Mom and dad need the benefits of essential oils too in order to keep up with all the excitement. Store a bottle of xEO Mega® and Microplex VMz® nearby to support your body’s natural functions and help provide the energy you need throughout the day.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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