Spa in a Jar

Spa in a Jar

Did you know that making spa treatments at home is both affordable and easy? I’ve been teaching a very popular Spa in a Jar class recently, and I thought I would share my recipes here with you!

spa in a jar

 

The combination of Peppermint and Eucalyptus is soothing and relaxing. Such a gentle scent with a spa feel to it. Of course, you can change the specific oils to other combinations to suit your desires and need, as well as to accommodate what you have on hand. I recommend only using Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils for these recipes to ensure that you are adding the highest quality ingredients for your body. If you want to learn why Young Living has the highest quality of essential oils on the market, please check out this page.

 

spa in a jar recipes

 

{If you click on the image of the recipes a couple of times, it will maximize on your screen so you can read them better!}

I use the least expensive Mason jars I can find. They have less of the raised lettering on them, and therefore, my stickers stick better. The large jar is a wide mouth quart jar. I use two 125ml jars for the sugar scrub and herbal foot soak. I buy the lip balm tubes here. And the Tea Tub heat and seal tea bags here.

Of course, you can make your own labels. Even a tag tied on with a ribbon or twine would be adorable. I purchased mine through Evermine.

Did you know that you can purchase Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils at Wholesale pricing without annual fees? No minimum purchases each month. No pressure to sell, ever. {But, should you decide to share Young Living with people in your life, I would be happy to help you build a business! It’s true!} Well, you can. Wholesale members get 24% off of all of their purchases. Always. You can read about all the benefits here.

If you are already familiar with Young Living and would like to become a Wholesale or Retail member now, click here.

I hope you enjoy your Spa in a Jar! Feel free to post any questions you may have if I missed something in the instructions. Also, feel free to let me know if you tried it! I’d love to hear from you!

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