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Top 5 Essential Oils For Christmas That Will Make Your Home Smell Amazing

Having an essential oils for Christmas come necessary as the season is here again.

The love, home scents and pack of visitors and family trooping in will want you to keep the home fresh
without keeping a diffuser running all day?.

These easy essential oils for Christmas are our top pick if you want your home to smell naturally
amazing this season.

1. Lavender

The Romans used lavender oil for bathing, cooking and purifying the air.
Lavender essential oil is great for soothing you when you’re stressed,
calming down crazy kiddos and helping you ease into peaceful sleep.
But did you also know it’s great for burns? And that it soothes irritated
skin? It even takes the sting out of bug bites and makes for some great
head/neck tension relief.

Ways to Use …

  • Add 5 to 8 drops (depending on your preference) to 2 oz. of water
    in a mini spray bottle and spritz on pillows and linens before bed.
  • Mix 2 drops each lavender and frankincense in 1 tablespoon
    coconut oil and apply to temples to take away head/neck tension
    and relieve stress.
  • Apply neat (undiluted) to fresh cuts, scrapes and wounds to speed
    healing and kill bacteria.
  • Add 5 drops to a homemade cleaner for antibacterial properties.
    Diffuse 5 drops in your house to promote peace and calm.
  • Add 2 to 3 drops to one cup of epsom salts and stir into a hot bath
    for extra relaxation.

2. Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a fast-growing evergreen tree native to Australia. As an
ingredient in many products, Eucalyptus essential oil is antimicrobial
and makes a wonderful addition to any homemade cleaning recipe. It’s
also used as an expectorant and can be diffused in the air for
respiratory issues.

Ways to Use …

  • Add 10 drops of eucalyptus essential oil, 2 tablespoons of liquid
    castile soap and hot water to the mop bucket to clean your floor.
  • Add 2 to 3 drops eucalyptus to 1 tablespoon coconut oil and rub
    into your chest when you have a cold.
  • Add 5 drops to your diffuser to clean and freshen the air.
  • Add 5 drops each of eucalyptus and tea tree oil to a 16 oz. glass
    spray bottle full of water and spray down your shower after each
    use to inhibit mold growth.
  • Mix 3 to 4 drops into your pet’s shampoo to keep away fleas.

3. Lemon

Lemon is the ultimate essential oils for Christmas dehumidifier, popular because of their refreshing
scent and invigorating, purifying and cleaning properties. Not only will it
get the gunk off of your dishes and surfaces, but if you’ve got a
congested chest or gunky throat, it will take care of that as well.

Ways to Use …

  •  Add 1 drop to 1 teaspoon of honey to soothe a dry or sore throat.
  • Diffuse 5 drops in a room to kill nasty odors and to lift your mood.
  • Apply 1 to 2 drops neat to remove sticky residue (either from your
    hands or surfaces).
  • Use 3 to 5 drops neat to remove gum from fabric (or hair).
  • Mix 5 drops with 4 oz. unscented liquid dish soap for extra greasecutting
    action.
  • Apply topically with caution if you’re putting it on skin that will be
    exposed to the sun – it may cause sensitivity.

4. Peppermint

Peppermint is a good essential oils for Christmas to help relieve nausea, increase energy and
ease headaches.

Ways to Use …

  • Apply 1 drop to temples and forehead to relieve pain. Don’t get it
    in your eyes. Trust me.
  • Add 5 to 7 drops to a 16 oz. glass spray bottle of water and use as
    a cooling spritz when it’s hot out.
  • Inhale deeply from the bottle to relieve nausea.
  • Apply 1 to 2 drops to the bottoms of feet to reduce fevers.
  • Add 5 to 7 drops to a 16 oz. glass spray bottle full of water and
    spray around molding to keep pests out.
  • Combine lavender and peppermint to make this super simple balm.
    Don’t get it in your eyes!

5. Tea Tree

Tea tree is a must essential oil for Christmas in any home. Its germ-destroying,
purifying properties make it a powerful addition to homemade
cleaners. And its skin-soothing properties work wonders on rashes.

Ways to Use …

  • Apply 1 to 2 drops neat around the base of the ear to treat ear
    infections naturally. (This is the only reason I’ll use it on my kids,
    otherwise I keep it out of their reach – make sure they do not
    ingest it.)
  • Apply 1 drop neat on skin rashes to stop itching.
  • Add 1 to 2 drops to your homemade shampoo and hair rinse.
  • Add 5 drops to cleaning spray recipes to help kill germs.
  • Apply 2 to 3 drops diluted in 1 tablespoon coconut oil to toes and
    feet twice a day to stop athlete’s foot.

Top 5 Essential oils for Christmas

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