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Recipe I used: 2/3 cup isopropyl alcohol, 1/3 natural aloe vera gel, approximately 10 drops baby skin essential oil.
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Essential oils are very beneficial for our bodies most of the time. However, pregnancy is a special time when customers need to be aware of some changing circumstances. We recommend that any pregnant or breastfeeding customers consult with a medical professional if they choose to use essential oils during this time.
For help looking up Aromatherapist in your area visit the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy:
Anytime you are trying an oil for the first time we do recommend diluting the oil further.
I would suggest starting with 1/2 teaspoon carrier oil for 1-3 drops of the blend. Once you have tried this you can increase or decrease as needed.
Yes, you can diffuse Baby Skin in a full size diffuser. As the blend does contain Fractionated Coconut Oil, please do not diffuse it in the Handheld Personal Diffuser.
At this time, we have found insufficient research about using essential oils on or around domestic animals, including procedures and possible reactions. Because of this lack of research, we are unable to advise how to use essential oils with pets.
For more information, we are happy to suggest some great books! Please see below:
- The Animal Desk Reference: Essential Oils for Animals, by Melissa Shelton, DVM
- Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals: A Comprehensive Guide to the Use of Essential Oils & Hydrosols with Animals, by Kristen Leigh Bell
- RMO Team
For topical application on children over the age of 2, we would recommend a 1-2% dilution rate which is 1-3 drops per 1 teaspoon of carrier oil. The most common areas for topical application would be behind the ears, back of the neck, wrists, bottoms of the feet, or on the targeted area. For more information on general dilution rates and kids safety, please follow the links below:
Thanks! -RMO Team