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DIY Nose Ointment Recipe

Rose Ointment is a deeply moisturizing blend for dry, sensitive skin that improves skin texture with Rose premium essential oil, while Tea Tree works to soothe and soften skin. Truly, the most amazing balm-like ointment for any and all dry areas! Wonderful for healing cuts or scrapes, the best nipple balm for breastfeeding mamas, so soothing for newborn skin as well. This is a go-to product and is in every drawer of our home! Here is a great recipe for travel or that sickie season.

9ABBF220-1D39-4EF0-80A3-1E0F9B4DCBB4Did you know that the nose is where the MOST germs get into our body?? One of the best ways to stay healthy is a nose ointment! 

Rose ointment (melt it first)

6 drops Melrose 

6 drops Melissa 

6 drops Frankincense

6 drops Mountain Savory

6 drops Eucalyptus Radiata

You can dilute this even further adding in some coconut oil and you can also use different oils depending on what you have on hand. We have ours in a small jar and use a Q-tip to just run along the inside of their nostrils.


Enjoy your oily day!
Lisa and Rich Jelinek, Young Living ID 1795137


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