This past summer, I went to Colombia, and typically I would use some specific essential oils on my skin to make it more comfortable for me to be in the outdoors. But at that time, I had some extreme skin sensitivity. I looked online to see what I could purchase to help me out, like diffuser type of jewelry. Most of what I looked at had lava beads on them, so you could put the essential oils on the lava beads. To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I really wanted to spend money to purchase jewelry that I was not that fond of, and would only wear during my trip to Colombia or other overseas journeys. After looking at the cost of Lava Beads, I decided to buy some lava beads. I used these lava beads to convert some hoop earrings into diffuser earrings, by putting lava beads on the hoops. I also put some of the lava beads on the safety pins and pinned them to various places. Which Young Living Essential Oils did I use? I used Citronella and Eucalyptus essential oils. My DIY diffuser jewelry with these essential oils made me very comfortable during my whole trip to Colombia. Now I am already prepared for my upcoming trip to Cambodia and Thailand, to be comfortable in the outdoors.
Sometimes it can be difficult to decide which oils to bring with me on my trips- often I want to bring all my oils!
When I returned from an international ministry trip to the Philippines for two weeks. I put about 8 oils in my carry-on luggage, and 4 more in my check-in luggage. Did I use all of my oils? No, I didn't. The main oils I used were Peppermint, Lavender, Purification, Thieves, and Frankincense. A few times I used Abundance, and whenever I used that one, someone would compliment me on the aroma.
So, my next international trip, I plan to bring 5 essential oils with me -Peppermint, Lavender, Purification, Thieves, and Frankincense.
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