About This Product
Cypress Essential Oil
Cypress has a long history of use as a construction material due to the durability of its wood, and it was used by the Phoenicians and Cretans to build ships and bows and by the Egyptians to build sarcophagi. Its botanical name, Cupressus sempervirens, is derived from the Greek “sempervivum,” or “live forever.” Cypress essential oil has a clean, evergreen aroma that can be used aromatically to create a grounding and serene environment. Applied topically, it can be used to help reduce the appearance of blemishes and to promote the appearance of healthy-looking hair.
Features & Benefits
Has a clean, evergreen aroma
May help to reduce the appearance of blemishes when applied topically
Promotes the appearance of healthy-looking hair
Creates a grounding atmosphere when diffused
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These are approximate drops. Adjust recipes to your needs. If a recipe is too strong for you, add fewer drops. Do you need more? Just add more, but no more than 8-12 drops for all of our diffusers with the exception of the Aria diffuser which requires 15-25 drops.
Tip: When you first begin diffusing, start with less essential oil than listed in the recipes and build to more as desired. You should give your body time to adjust to the essential oils. Almost all the Young Living diffusers are ultrasonic which provides a cool-mist humidifier along with the essential oils. These diffusers are safe to run all day. Pay attention to the size of the room because the size will impact the intensity of diffusing. Nebulizers and atomizers are different than ultrasonic diffusers because they do not use water. For these, note the time limit for diffusing stated on each individual oil bottle.
DIY Aroma Stones
We have a great project on aroma stones, that you can make yourself with ingredients in your home. These stones are natural aroma diffusers, and you can add your favorite essential oils for a therapeutic, spa-like atmosphere in your home.
These DIY Aroma Stones offer more than just decorations, they are small, easy to move around, and spread the scent of your favorite essential oils throughout the room in a new way! You can arrange them on an end table in your living room, or enjoy them by setting them next to a relaxing bath with your favorite scents!
Here’s what you need:
• 1 ½ cups of flour
• ¼ cup Epsom salt
• 2/3 cup and 3 tablespoons of boiling water
• 20 drops Purification Essential Oil
• 15 Drops Cypress Essential Oil
• Food coloring (Optional)
1. Combine flour and salt in a glass bowl, and boil some water. If you want to add food coloring to your stones, include it in the boiling water for even distribution.
2. Add boiling water to flour and salt mixture, mix.
3. Add essential oils
4. Knead for several minutes until smooth
5. Break off 1-2 inch pieces and roll into a stone shape. If you want other shapes, you can also press the dough into silicone molds. Let dry overnight, or for 48 hours for best results.
After the stones are finished, simply place them in the room of your choice and enjoy the aromatherapy! When the scents fade away after a few weeks, you can add 3-12 drops of your favorite essential oils for a new diffusing experience!
DIY Spray-On Conditioner
Need something different that smells great to nourish your frizzy hair? Try this spray-on conditioner with Ylang Ylang essential oil and Cypress essential oil. This easy to make detangling conditioner is just what your locks need!
Here’s what you need:
• 3 tbsp witch hazel
• 5 drops Cypress essential oil
• 5 drop Ylang Ylang essential oil
• Distilled water
Shake the mixture up in a spray bottle; spray and comb through wet hair.
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