Reinvigorate muscles after a strenuous workout with this Lotion from Rocky Mountain Oils. In a few minutes, you can create a lotion that mimics the icy-hot feeling you love with our 100% natural essential oils.Continue reading
While it matters how clean the rest of the room is, if your floors are dirty, it makes the entire room look bad. But if they are clean, it makes even a cluttered room look good. Continue reading
As we move onwards and upwards through our series of articles on Cleaning House With Essential Oils, we now move on to the office. Because of the nature of electronics, dust is attracted to monitors and keyboards. Also, most people will eat at their desks so food gets into the keyboard and all over the desk. We have in here some ways and means to use essential oils to clean your office to get rid of dirt, dust, and crumbs so you can have a clean, fresh place to work. Continue reading
Cleaning clothes is something we all have to deal with every week. Many of the commercial detergents are full of harsh chemicals and strong scents. However, when you work on using natural soaps and essential oils for laundry, you have less soap build-up in your clothing, and less chemicals going down into the sewer system and eventually into the environment. Using essential oils for laundry is a great way to clean your clothes naturally.
In our continuing efforts to help you save the environment with more natural cleaning products, we have our next installment in the Cleaning House With Essential Oils series. We have several tips and recipes for different stain removers, laundry detergents, and fabric softeners to give you something new to do to use natural cleaners in your laundry. Continue reading
Bathrooms. Sigh. They seem to always be dirty! Especially if you have children. But you don't have to buy all of the harsh chemicals to clean your bathroom. Here are some suggestions of ways to clean your bathroom using much more environmentally friendly methods.Continue reading
The kitchen of any home is a common gathering place for family members. No matter what the party is -- holidays, birthdays, etc. -- people usually congregate in the kitchen. You definitely want to keep it hospitable, clean, and smelling nice. And who doesn't want to get rid of the smell of cooked bacon and burnt toast crumbs?
Realtors, and those educated in essential oils, know the atmosphere of a home is determined by aroma. Certain scents, like freshly baked bread and cinnamon buns, will sell a house quicker than the smell of commercial cleaners and bleach, even though the second is a “clean” smell. In ages past, people put aromatic rushes and other sweet smelling herbs under the rugs in their homes so the scent would permeate the room whenever they were walked upon. These were the precursors to using essential oils for cleaning house. Continue reading