Purchasing oils is only the beginning. A well-equipped oiler should have most of these items in their home to help along the way. This is a list of our top products, but we would love to hear some of your favorites.
Travel Case: A girl can’t be on the go without her oils. Strap this handy carabiner style case to your purse for some oils on the go. The tiny 2ml containers are so cute, and you can just fill them with your favorite oils. We love to carry peppermint, lavender, purification, thieves, and valor.
Glass Bottles: Mixing up some oil concoctions is super fun. We love to create lavender linen sprays to make the sheets smell delicious and aid in the shut-eye department. We also love these oil dropper bottles to put our carrier oils in. If you really want to accurately dilute and oil, this is the way to go. 4 Oz (120 ml) AMBER Boston Round Glass Bottle w/ Dropper – Pack of 6
Cap Labels: It may seem unnecessary, but for under $5.00, these are a definite must-have for quickly identifying the oil you’re looking for. Purchase on Abundant Health 4U or through Young Living.
Capsules: Ready to take your oils internally? Don’t be afraid. I thought it was super strange, but after seeing the benefits, I’ll never be without these little guys. Go vegetarian or get the gelatin kind. You can find them through Young Living, abundanthealth4u.com, amazon, or your local health food store. Here’s a great brand via amazon! Veg-Capsules Double “00” Empty Capsules, 250-Count
Mason Jars: Is it possible to have too many mason jars? We think no! We use them around our homes for drinking oil-infused water, making diaper creams, and cute little DIY gifts. We really love this size for DIY bath salts, which make a super easy and thoughtful gift. Mason Jars – 500 mL
Roller Fitments: Once you get going, you’re going to want to make a roller ball for everything. Young Living’s aromaglide roller fitments are the best we’ve seen. They’re stainless steel and safe to use with all of your oil blend creations. We also love reusing our empty bottles to make the roll-ons.
Straws: Not only are plastic straws wasteful, they aren’t recommended for use when drinking your oily water. We absolutely love using glass or stainless steel straws. Stainless Steel Drink Straws