Icy Essential Oil Treat
During the winter, it can be a challenge to entertain children (and adults!). Especially when it’s snowy and cold outside. Why not try out this icy essential oil treat for the whole family to enjoy? You can make it in a very short time. And it has the health benefits of the essential oils. That sounds like winning to me!
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Ingredients For An Icy Essential Oil Treat
The ingredients for this treat are very simple! It’s really just made from ice and essential oils! You can make the icy essential oil treat with ice cubes. Or, gather clean icicles from outside! Kids have so much fun looking for the perfect icicle!
- Icicles (or ice cubes)
- doTERRA Wild Orange Oil
- Lemon Oil from doTERRA
- doTERRA Peppermint Oil
- Lime Essential Oil from doTERRA
- Small glass jars for dipping
How To Make The Essential Oil Treat
Gather fresh clean icicles from outside. In a small glass container, drip 5-10 drops of an individual oil. Dip icicles in the oil and enjoy! For variety, set out four containers and sample each essential oil!
Fun idea! Remember to share an icy essential oil treat at your next essential oil class!
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