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Herbal Ointments
LIP CARE & LIP BALM RECIPES


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  • Lip Care Description
  • Lip Balm Recipes
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    LIP CARE DESCRIPTION

    The lips, covered with the thinnest skin on the body, contain no moisturizing oil of their own. Therefore, they are extremely sensitive to exposure to the elements. Sun, cold, indoor heating and air-conditioning can dry them out and make them chapped. In addition, small and painful cracks can develop and are slow to heal, since the lips are constantly in motion. These cracks may make one more susceptible to germs, such as the herpes virus type 1, a common viral infection affecting the lips. It causes recurring episodes of small blisters or sores, which are highly contagious, painful and can take several days to heal. Lip balms help prevent and soothe chapped lips, as well as reduced the risk of infection. They can also be customized for specific needs. Apply a natural lip balm as a base for lipstick to prevent drying, a common reaction to many commercial products. Be sure your lip balm contains edible ingredients, however, as it ends up being ingested.

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    BRUSH YOUR LIPS

    Before applying any lip balm, moisten a soft toothbrush in warm water and gently brush your lips in circular motions. This stimulates blood flow to the lips, which temporarily plumps them for that famous "pouty" look. Brushing your lips also removes dead skin cells, thus promoting better absorption of the nourishing ingredients contained in lip balm. You can do this twice a day. Disinfect the toothbrush once a week by dipping it in boiling water. Or place it in a blend of 2 drops of Tea-Tree Essential Oil mixed well with 1/4 cup of warm water.

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    LIP CARE APPLICATION INFORMATION

    If your lips are healthy, you can apply the balm with your finger. If you have an illness, cold sores or a minor injury, use a clean cotton swab. You can store lip balm in squeeze tubes, small jars or lipstick-style tubes, because germs are less likely to enter a tube during use. If there is more than one user, remove lip balm from a jar with a cotton swab or small spatula.

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  • Extra Tip - Lip balm is also useful for treating chapped noses and cheeks. Apply the balm to affected areas and gently massage it in.



    grape-seed oil for nourishment beeswax for skin protection


    LIP BALM INGREDIENTS

    Basically, when you are making your lip balm, the ingredient proportions will be as follows:

  • 40-percent of your recipe should be any cosmetic grade oil that is liquid at room temperature ( Sweet Almond, Apricot Kernel, Avocado, Grapeseed, Hemp Seed, Macadamia Nut, Olive, Sunflower, and Other Carrier Oils

  • 25-percent of your recipe should be any cosmetic grade oil that is solid at room temperature ( Coconut Oil, Lanolin, Palm Oil, Mango Butter, Shea Butter)

  • 20-percent of your recipe should be cosmetic grade Beeswax (white or yellow, pellets or solid blocks).

  • 15-percent of your recipe should be any cosmetic grade oil that is brittle at room temperature ( Cocoa Butter, Palm Kernel Oil)

  • The above measurements are by weight, so you can calculate your own recipe in ounces, grams, or pounds.

    BASIC PREPARATION DIRECTIONS

    Melt all carrier oils, honey, beeswax and butters over low heat. Allow the mixture to cool slightly, then add the flavored oils, essential oils, Vitamin E, etc. Stir until all ingredients are blended well and pour into containers. The easiest way to do this, is to purchase those inexpensive "pointy" paper drink cups (like the kind on the side of a water cooler). Cut off the point and use it as a funnel. Then you can just toss them out when you are finished with them.

    You may have to adjust your recipes by adding a tiny bit more or less of the beeswax to get just the hardness you desire. As with any of these recipes, if it comes out too soft, add more beeswax; if it is too hard, add a little more Sweet Almond Oil (or other oil). They are really hard to mess up, so enjoy yourself and have fun. Do not be afraid to experiment and come up with your own recipes. Keep a notebook of each recipe you work with and note any changes you make so you will be able to reproduce it again if it comes out just the way you wanted.

    HELPFUL INFORMATION ABOUT MAKING LIP BALM

    This is a great information page, including graphics on making lip balms:

    Not Martha: How To Make Lip Balm




    SWEET ALMOND OIL FOR SOFT LIPS

    Sweet Almond Oil is cold-pressed from sweet almond kernels. This high quality oil is mainly used in cosmetics and massage oils, because it leaves the skin soft and smooth and is usually absorbed well by all skin types. This is one of the most useful, practical, and commonly used oils. It is great for all skin types as an acting emollient and is best known for its ability to soften, soothe, and re-condition the skin. It is truly marvelous as a carrier oil and is equally superb for addition to body care products. Natural expeller pressed oil from raw almond kernels and exceptionally rich in fatty acids.

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  • BEESWAX FOR SKIN PROTECTION

    Natural Beeswax is obtained from honeycombs and has a brownish yellow tint. Use unrefined beeswax rather than white beeswax, which has been bleached with chemicals. Beeswax helps to condition delicate skin and leaves lips with a creamy feel. It also contains Propolis, a waxy material that fights infection and inflammation. Beeswax is a wonderful substance secreted by worker honeybees. Use a line of pure, filtered, cosmetic grade beeswax that comes directly from beekeepers. Choose a beautiful wax that is the finest available; producing a very fragrant, clean, and perfectly filtered product without the debris and muddy color found in typical waxes. Use it for cosmetics, salves, body care products, lotions and you can melt it down to make your own aromatic candles. Use pure beeswax with no filler, synthetics, debris, or foreign fragrances.

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  • GRAPESEED OIL FOR NOURISHMENT

    Grapeseed Oil has a light, thin consistency that allows it to penetrate the skin especially well. It also has an appealing yellow-green color and is practically odorless. Typically available in its refined form, Grape-Seed Oil nourishes and conditions the skin and protects it from cold weather, which can cause drying and cracking. Generally employed as a base oil for many creams, lotions and as a general carrier oil, Grapeseed Oil can also be employed as a delicious salad dressing or cooking oil. Grapeseed is especially useful for skin types that do not absorb oils too well, and it does not leave a greasy feeling. Wonderful for those with skin sensitivities because of its natural non-allergenic properties.

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  • TEA-TREE ESSENTIAL OIL TO FIGHT INFECTION

    Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia), with its strong, camphor-like odor, is derived by distilling the plant's leaves. Tea Tree Oil has an antiseptic property that helps prevent infections. It is a broad-spectrum antiseptic that combats bacterial, viral and fungal infections and can be applied directly to cuts, abrasions, nail fungus, athlete's foot, bleeding gums and acne. Helpful in treating cold sores.

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  • LIP CARE RECIPES

    LIP CARE RECIPE INDEX

  • Apricot & Lemon Lip Balm Recipe
  • Apricot & Orange Lip Balm Recipe
  • Aromatic Lip Balm Recipe
  • Avocado Lip Balm Recipe
  • Basic Directions For Infused Herbal Oil
  • Basic Lip Balm Recipe
  • Basic Lip Balm Recipe #2
  • Berry Lip Balm Recipe
  • Bronze Lip Balm Recipe

  • Bubble Gum Lip Balm Recipe
  • Chocolate Lip Balm Recipe
  • Chocolate Mint Lip Balm Recipe
  • Chocolate Peppermint Lip Balm Recipe
  • Herbal Mint Lip Balm Recipe
  • Lip Balm For Cold Sores Recipe
  • Therapeutic Lip Balm Recipe
  • Vegan Lip Balm Recipe




  • APRICOT & LEMON LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Teaspoon Beeswax
    1 Teaspoon Apricot Kernel Oil
    1 Teaspoon Calendula Oil
    3 to 4 Drops Lemon Essential Oil

    A delicious protective and healing gloss especially good for chapped lips.

    1. Melt the beeswax. Add the apricot and calendula oils, stirring constantly.
    2. Remove from the heat while stirring and when partly cooled, add the essential oils.
    3. Store in a small glass pot.

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  • APRICOT & ORANGE LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Teaspoon Beeswax
    1 Teaspoon Apricot Kernel Herbal Oil
    1 Teaspoon Calendula Herbal Oil
    3 to 4 Drops Orange Essential Oil

    A delicious protective and healing gloss especially good for chapped lips. If you want to make it more of a lip gloss, add FDA Approved Mica or Beet Root Infused Oil (Optional) for coloring.

    1. Melt the Beeswax in a double boiler. Add the Apricot and Calendula oils, stirring constantly.
    2. Remove from the heat and add Mica or Beet Root Infused Oil, if desired for color. While stirring and when partly cooled, add the Orange essential oil.
    3. Pour into lip balm jars or tubes.

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  • AROMATIC LIP BALM RECIPE

    3 Tablespoons Basic Lip Balm Recipe (Above)
    5 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil

    Or add both of these essential oils:

    2 Drops Cinnamon Essential Oil
    2 Drops Orange Essential Oil

    1. In a double boiler, warm the lip balm to about body temperature.
    2. Add the desired essential oils to the lip balm and mix them in thoroughly. Note: Any of the essential oils suggested for this recipe will add both a pleasing aroma and a delicious flavor to your lip balm. These essential oils will also work to moisturize your skin.

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  • AVOCADO LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Ounce Beeswax
    1 Ounce Avocado Oil
    1 Ounce Coconut Oil
    1/2 Ounce Mango Butter
    20 Drops Flavoring Extracts / Oils

    1. Melt all ingredients and mix together. Put into lip balm tubes or jars.

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  • BASIC DIRECTIONS FOR INFUSED HERBAL OIL

    In a double boiler, combine selected herbs and cover with pure, cold pressed vegetable oil such as Olive Oil, Apricot Kernal Oil, Sweet Almond Oil or Sunflower Oil. Heat on a very low heat for 30 to 60 minutes. Lower heat allows for longer cooking time and produces a better quality oil. Allow to cool and then strain through a cheesecloth. Store infused oil in a covered glass jar in the refrigerator.

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  • BASIC LIP BALM RECIPE

    3 Tablespoons Grapeseed Oil
    3 Tablespoons Sweet Almond Oil
    1 Tablespoon Natural Beeswax

    1. In a small double boiler, heat all of the ingredients until the beeswax melts.
    2. Stir the lip balm until it is mixed well.
    3. While it is still in liquid form, fill small jars, lipstick-style tubes or squeeze tubes. Because this lip balm contains no water, it will keep about 1 year. Note: You can buy lipstick-style tubes and jars or at specialty stores for natural cosmetics. Squeeze tubes may be found at camping supply or outdoor sporting goods stores.

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  • BASIC LIP BALM RECIPE #2

    1 Teaspoon Beeswax
    2 Teaspoons Coconut Oil
    1 Capsule or Liquid Vitamin E Capsule or Liquid Oil
    20 Drops Flavoring Extracts / Oils

    1. Melt and all beeswax, coconut and vitamin E together. Add Lorann's Flavoring Oils or other Flavorings. Put into lip balm tubes or jars.

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  • BERRY LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Ounce Beeswax
    1 Ounce Coconut Oil
    1 Ounce Jojoba Oil
    2 ml Vitamin E Capsule or Liquid Oil
    1.5 Ounces Flavoring of Choice (Raspberry, Cherry & Strawberry are good choices)

    Warm the oils and beeswax until beeswax melts. Stir in the vitamin E and menthol crystals. Add flavor oil. Pour into jars.

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  • BRONZE LIP BALM RECIPE

    2 Teaspoons Beeswax
    2 1/2 Teaspoons Coconut Oil
    1/2 Teaspoon Cocoa Butter
    1 Teaspoon Mango Butter
    1/2 Teaspoon Vitamin E Oil
    1/2 Teaspoon Castor Oil
    1 Teaspoon Sweet Almond Oil
    1 Teaspoon Kukui Nut Oil
    1 Teaspoon Aloe Vera Gel
    or Aloe Vera Oil
    1/4 Teaspoon Amber Mica Powder
    Flavoring Extracts of Choice.

    Combine all butters and oils in a double boiler and melt them over gentle heat. Once all ingredients have melted remove pot from heat. Add flavor oil if desired and then add the amber mica. Stir to blend well. Pour the mixture into jars or tubes. Let them cool and set.

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  • BUBBLE GUM LIP BALM RECIPE

    3 Teaspoons Beeswax
    6 Teaspoons Jojoba Oil
    1 Teaspoon Aloe Vera Gel Or Aloe Vera Oil
    1/4 Teaspoon Red-Gold Mica Powder
    Bubble Gum Flavoring Oil

    In a glass measuring cup melt beeswax in the microwave, add the oils (you may need to put it back in the microwave for a few seconds more). Stir in flavoring and mica. Let it cool for about 5 minutes. Give it one more quick stir and pour the mixture into jars.

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  • CHOCOLATE LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Ounce Beeswax
    1 Ounce Grapeseed Herbal Oil
    1 Ounce Coconut Herbal Oil
    1 Ounce Jojoba Herbal Oil
    1/2 Ounce Jojoba MP56
    1/2 Ounce Brown Jojoba Wax Beads
    1 Chocolate Kiss
    1 Teaspoon Cocoa Powder
    1 Teaspoon Vitamin E Oil
    1 Teaspoon Aloe Vera Gel Or Aloe Vera Oil
    1 Dropperful Chocolate Flavoring Oil

    Melt all of the ingredients (except vitamin E Oil, Aloe Vera and Chocolate Flavoring) over a double boiler. Once melted, add the Vitamin E, Aloe Vera and Flavoring. Pour into jars or tubes.

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  • CHOCOLATE MINT LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Ounce Beeswax
    1.5 Ounces Coconut Oil
    (Or Shea Nut Oil)
    1.5 Ounces Virgin Olive Oil
    1 Ounce Cocoa Butter
    1 Ounce Shea Butter
    1 Ounce Vegetable Glycerin Slightly Warmed
    10 to 20 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil
    0.75 Ounce Red Mica Powder (Optional)
    Handful of Chocolate Chips (Real Chocolate Only)

    In double boiler, melt beeswax and cocoa butter. Add chocolate chips and incorporate well. Remove from heat, add shea butter and carrier oils and stir. Put back on heat to ensure mixture is even and consistent. If using mica, add to glycerin and stir well. Add glycerin (and mica) to butter/oil mixture. Keep stirring. Remove from heat and add essential oil. Mix all ingredients well and pour into pots, tins and/or tubes. Allow to cool completely before capping.

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  • CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT LIP BALM RECIPE

    1 Ounce Beeswax
    1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
    2-3 Drops Carrot Seed Essential Oil
    2/3 Ounce Cocoa Butter
    2/3 Ounce Mango Butter
    2/3 Ounce Shea Butter
    1/4 Teaspoon Honey
    3 to 5 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil

    For the butter, mix equal parts Cocoa, Shea and Mango butters. The cocoa butter makes the chocolate, and the shea butter provides much more moisture and healing ability than cocoa butter alone. Mango is wonderful for lip balms. Melt the butters and Coconut Oil over a double boiler and allow the mixture to reach 175°F. Let it remain over the heat for at least 20 minutes. Add the Beeswax and stir until it melts. Allow to cool briefly. Add the Peppermint Essential Oil and a drop or 2 of Chocolate Flavoring Oil, if desired. You can add some cocoa powder to the balm for the natural brown color. This balm turns out mainly a natural color versus anything else, even with the honey added. It has a tingling, very refreshing feeling. The smell is great. Pour into lip balm tubes or jars. Let sit and harden.

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  • HERBAL MINT BALM RECIPE

    4 Tablespoons Infused Herb Oil (Spearmint & Lemon Balm are suggested)
    4 Teaspoons Beeswax
    1/2 Teaspoon Jojoba Herbal Oil
    10 Drops Vitamin E Oil
    1 Drop Peppermint Essential Oil


    Place 1 tablespoon each of Lemon Balm and Spearmint herbs in the top of a double boiler and cover with approximately 1/3 cup of oil. Infuse according to the directions above for an Infused Oil. Once the oil is completed, measure out 4 Tablespoons (as given in this recipe) into a small, heat resistant glass jar. Add the beeswax and place the jar in a pan filled with a few inches of water. Heat slowly until the wax is completely melted. Remove from the heat and stir in the remaining ingredients. Pour into small pots or tubes. Cool and use.

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  • LIP BALM FOR COLD SORES RECIPE

    3 Tablespoons Basic Lip Balm (Recipe Above)
    15 Drops Tea-Tree Essential Oil

    1. Carefully heat 3 tablespoons of the traditional Basic Lip Balm in a small double boiler and stir in the Tea-Tree Essential Oil.
    2. At first sign of a cold sore, such as tingling or itching, dab your lips 4 to 6 times daily with the Tea-Tree Balm. Use a fresh cotton swab each time so that germs do not contaminate the lip balm. Note: Tea-Tree Oil is a strong antiseptic that can help inhibit the growth of fungi, bacteria, and viruses, including the herpes virus type-1, which produces cold sores.

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  • THERAPEUTIC LIP BALM RECIPE

    During the time of year, when the days start to become cold in the North, lip balm is an essential for protecting against chapped, sore lips. With a few basic ingredients, lip balms can be made very easily at home for friends and family. These recipes are for small batches so that you can try a few different kinds without waste.

    This lip balm is healing and soothing for sore chapped lips and can also be used for minor cuts and scratches. We like to keep a tube handy to dab it on insect bites in the summer.

    5 Tablespoons Infused Herb Oil
    5 Teaspoons Beeswax
    10 Drops Vitamin E Oil
    4 Drops
    Tea Tree Essential Oil

    Herbs suggested for this balm recipe include Calendula Flower, Plantain Leaf and St. John's Wort. Place 1 tablespoon of each herb in the top of a double boiler and cover with approximately 1/2 oil (such as Extra Virgin, Cold Pressed Olive Oil). Follow the basic directions for Infused Oil below. Then measure infused oil into a small, heat resistant glass jar. Heat slowly until the was is completely melted. Remove from heat and stir in the remaining ingredients. Pour into small pots or tubes. Cool and use as needed.

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  • VEGAN LIP BALM RECIPE

    3 Tablespoons Sweet Almond Oil
    2 Teaspoons Candelilla Wax
    1 Teaspoon Carnauba Wax
    1/2 Teaspoon Jojoba Oil
    10 Drops Vitamin E Oil

    Measure oil into a small, heat resistant glass jar. Add the waxes and place the jar into a small, heat resistant glass jar. Place the jar in a pan filled with a few inches of water. Heat slowly until the wax is completely melted. Remove from the heat and stir in the remaining ingredients. Pour into small pots or tubes. Cool and use.

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  • ADDITIONAL LIP CARE RECIPES

    Therapeutic Lip Balm Recipes are from the collection of recipes by WildRoots.com: Recipes. Check out their website for more recipes.

    FromNatureWithLove: Lip Balm Recipes
    Lemelange.com: Lip Balm Recipes
    LorannOils.com: Flavoring Oils - Large Assortment of Flavorings
    LorannOils.com: Food Coloring - Large Assortment of Food Coloring Gels & Powders
    SweetScents: Mineral Micas - Cosmetic Colorings
    FromNatureWithLove: Jojoba Wax Beads & Other Exfoliants





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  • CONTAINERS FOR BALMS & SALVES PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cosmetic Containers: Tin Salve Containers, Seamless, Safe-Edged
    These versatile seamless tins are manufactured with a safe edge and have a mildly embossed top edge for the application of labels. Many cosmetic and decorative uses including lip balms, salves, spices, first-aid kits, pill containers and much more. Available in 1/2 ounce (1 1/2 x 1/2-inch), 1 ounce (2 x 5/8-inch), 2 ounce (2 3/8 x 3/4-inch), and 4 ounce (3 1/4 x 1-inch) sizes.

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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cosmetic Containers: Lip Balm Tube Containers, Clear, 0.15 oz
    The standard container for lip balms, this cylinder container features the screwing bottom which pushes the contents upwards. Containers fit roughly 0.15 ounces of material.

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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cosmetic Containers: Lip Balm Tube Containers, White, 0.15 oz
    The standard container for lip balms, this cylinder container features the screwing bottom which pushes the contents upwards. Containers fit roughly 0.15 ounces of material.

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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cosmetic Containers: Clear Glass Salve Jars
    These wide mouth jars are perfect for creams, balms, scrubs and lotions, and are accompanied with white metal lids that provide a tight seal. Economical and sturdy with straight sides, these have become an herbalists staple. Choose from 3 different sizes - 1, 2, and 4 ounce.

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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cosmetic Containers: White Plastic Jars
    Small white plastic containers with matching screw lids. All sizes are double-walled with the exception of the 8 ounce. A great container solution for lip balms, creams, cosmetics, capsules and more. Useful, economical and lightweight. Please not that the 8 ounce size are not double walled. Available in 1/4 ounce, 1/2 ounce, 1 ounce, 2 ounce, 4 ounce and 8 ounce sizes.

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    AROMATHERAPY: ESSENTIAL OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES


    Allspice Leaf Oil
    Angelica Oil
    Anise Oil
    Baobab Oil
    Basil Oil
    Bay Laurel Oil
    Bay Oil
    Benzoin Oil
    Bergamot Oil
    Black Pepper Oil
    Chamomile (German) Oil
    Cajuput Oil
    Calamus Oil
    Camphor (White) Oil
    Caraway Oil
    Cardamom Oil
    Carrot Seed Oil
    Catnip Oil
    Cedarwood Oil
    Chamomile Oil
    Cinnamon Oil
    Citronella Oil
    Clary-Sage Oil
    Clove Oil
    Coriander Oil
    Cypress Oil
    Dill Oil
    Eucalyptus Oil
    Fennel Oil
    Fir Needle Oil
    Frankincense Oil
    Geranium Oil
    German Chamomile Oil
    Ginger Oil
    Grapefruit Oil
    Helichrysum Oil
    Hyssop Oil
    Iris-Root Oil
    Jasmine Oil
    Juniper Oil
    Labdanum Oil
    Lavender Oil
    Lemon-Balm Oil
    Lemongrass Oil
    Lemon Oil
    Lime Oil
    Longleaf-Pine Oil
    Mandarin Oil
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