Recipes For Essential Oil Roller Bottles

Recipes For Essential Oil Roller Bottles

If you are an essential oil user, you know how important essential oil roller bottles are.  They make topical application of oils super simple, plus they save you time and money.

You can use them for massage oils, rollerball remedies, essential oil dilution for hot oils, aromatherapy roll ons, beauty sticks, essential oil blends, natural lip gloss and much more!

I personally love roller bottles. They make using essential oils everyday easy. I have many rollers ready for whenever I need them. I especially love my single oils like peppermint and lavender, I use them everyday so having them ready in roller bottles pre-diluted makes grabbing and using super easy. 

No more having to fumble with oil bottles, carrier oils, then mixing in your hands.  Instead, just grab your roller bottle and roll on where you need them. 

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How To Use Essential Oil Roller Bottles:

Using your oil in roller bottles will save you money by making your oils last longer and the dilution does not weaken the essential oils at all, it actually helps to get the oils where you want them.  You will be able to apply them where you need them and then rub them in better.

  1. Add 10-30 drops of essential oil (or oils) to a 10ml Roller Bottle
  2. Fill rest of bottle with carrier oil of choice (jojoba oil, fractionated coconut oil, grapeseed oil etc). See below for my favorites.
  3. Add top and shake well to mix, label bottle and you are ready to roll!

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Tips for Roller Bottles

-Roller bottles can be rolled onto just about any body part with a few exceptions.  Keep away from eyes, inside ears and mucous membranes to prevent irritation.  Favorite places to roll oils on are bottoms of feet, neck, behind ears, wrists, temples, chest, spine/back and belly. 

-You can use just single oils in the roller bottle like peppermint, lavender, melaleuca, or frankincense.  Having these oils diluted in a carrier oil ready for application will be a real time and money saver. 

-If your oil brand has premade oil blends, you can use those blends as well.  Start with 15 drops of your favorite oil brands premade blend, then add the carrier oil.  If using on a child, you may want to start with only 10 drops of essential oils. Want to keep all your roller bottles together and ready for use? Click here to buy our roller bottle organizer.

 Roller Bottles With Organizer

Need some inspiration for what eo blends to make?  Check out our list of essential oil roller recipes we have included in our Roller Bottle Recipe Guide and get it for FREE today!

FREE Printable Guide - Features 28 DIY Essential Oil Roller Recipes:

  1. Tummy Tamer
  2. Mood Lifter
  3. Allergy Relief
  4. Happiness Blend
  5. Muscle Rub
  6. Bruise Blend
  7. Stretch Mark Stick
  8. Blissful Blend
  9. Cough Relief
  10. Headache Relief
  11. Blemish Stick
  12. Focus Blend
  13. Natural Lip Gloss
  14. Fever Stick
  15. Cellulite Rub
  16. Fatigue Fighter
  17. Razor Relief
  18. Tranquil Blend
  19. Sleepytime Roller
  20. Protective Blend
  21. Stop Itching
  22. Healing Blend
  23. Weight Loss Blend
  24. Massage Blend
  25. Mental Clarity
  26. Memory Booster
  27. Anti-Aging
  28. Nausea Blend

See some you wanna make? You also get matching bottle labels that go with the recipes, as well as over 60 blank roller blend bottle labels for your own blends! Fill in the form below and get your guide right now:

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