KidScents Toolbox

Learn all about the Kidscents essential oils and how your kid can use them at school!  The Kidscents collection is pre-diluted in appropriate amounts for children ages 2-12, making application easy for them to do themselves.  For children younger than 2, dilute the essential oil blend with more carrier oil.

The KidScents essential oil line was specifically formulated for kids and their most common issues.  These are the perfect, easy to use tools to send with your kids to school!  Try replacing the orifice with a roller fitment for even easier application.

KidScents GeneYus

KidScents GeneYus has very powerful essential oils in its formula—Sacred Frankincense, Blue Cypress, Northern lights Black Spruce, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood, Myrrh, Rose, and Melissa to name a few.  Diluted with sweet almond oil, this is the perfect oil to apply for after-school wiggles.  You can also diffuse this oil when it’s time to get things done—homework, completing a project, concentrating or studying—this oil is great for young minds!

  • Helps create a sharp, fresh environment that is great while children work on schoolwork and projects
  • Excellent to diffuse while working for a productive, positive atmosphere
  • Promotes an atmosphere for inspiration with a blend of premium essential oils
  • Formulated without mineral oil, synthetic perfumes, wheat, soy, corn, synthetic dyes, or artificial colors
  • Prediluted for delicate skin

KidScents Owie

KidScents Owie helps to improve the appearance of your child’s skin. We all know that kids can be clumsy at times, which is why KidScents Owie was formulated! It contains Idaho Balsam Fir, Tea tree, Helichrysum, Elemi, Cistus, Hinoki, and Clove essential oils. To use this oil, you can apply it topically to support healthy looking skin! Perfect for those ‘whoopsie’ moments.

  • Prediluted for delicate skin

  • Naturally soothes dry and sensitive skin

  • Soothing when used topically with massage

  • Aroma helps promote feelings of wellness and is soothing to emotions in times of distress

  • Aroma helps release feelings of distress and discomfort

KidScents SniffleEase

KidScents SniffleEase is the perfect oil to apply on your child’s chest, back, or to diffuse during winter months.  Formulated with oils like Eucalyptus Blue, Eucalyptus Radiata, Peppermint, Myrtle, and Black Spruce, KidScents SniffleEase is a rejuvenating and refreshing blend.  You can also add it into a homemade chest rub recipe!

  • Formulated exclusively to meet the needs of children
  • Provides a relaxing, quieting aroma that can be applied to chests or throats
  • Formulated without synthetic perfumes, dyes, or artificial colors
  • Prediluted for delicate skin

KidScents TummyGize

KidScents TummyGize is a relaxing quieting blend that can be applied to little tummies. Formulated for children, this blend is very similar to our popular DiGize essential oil blend. TummyGize contains: Spearmint, Peppermint, Tangerine, Fennel, Anise, Ginger, and Cardamom essential oils. This sweet-scented oil is great to have in your diaper bag, car, or purse. Apply TummyGize after large or unfamiliar meals.

  • Great to apply while trying to ease feelings of discomfort

  • Has a naturally comforting and quieting aroma that may help when dealing with tiny tummies

  • Soothes when used topically with massage

  • Aroma creates an inviting and comforting atmosphere

  • Prediluted, for delicate skin

KidScents SleepyIze

KidScents SleepyIze can be diffused or applied topically to create a relaxing peaceful environment. SleepyIze was formulated using oils known for their calming properties like: Lavender, Geranium, roman Chamomile, Tangerine, Bergamot, Sacred Frankincense, Valerian, and Rue essential oils. This relaxing blend is perfect to diffuse during bedtime, nightly routines, or can be applied topically at naptime or following your kids nightly bath.

  • Aroma can help children unwind and relax as part of a bedtime routine

  • Prediluted for delicate skin

  • Soothing when used topically with massage

  • Aroma promotes feelings of relaxation and tranquility and helps create a calming, restful atmosphere

  • Regular use helps promote a healthy nighttime routine

KidScents Bundles

The KidScents oils are a great addition to your Back-to-School toolbox.   Little Oiler bundles contain everything you need to get started and are a quick and economical way to build up your tools.  They offer substantial savings on our most popular products and provide a simple way for the littlest members of your family to discover the power of essential oils.

In addition to the KidScents essential oils, these bundles contain a unique and adorable ultrasonic diffuser for your kid’s room.  Surround your little ones with the rejuvenating yet comforting aromas of KidScents essential oil blends.

These bundles contain:

  • KidScents SniffleEase™ essential oil blend, 5 ml
  • KidScents SleepyIze™ essential oil blend, 5 ml
  • KidScents Owie™ essential oil blend, 5 ml
  • KidScents GeneYus™ essential oil blend, 5 ml
  • KidScents TummyGize™ essential oil blend, 5 ml
  • Sprout the Puppy – or –  Snowy the Owl Diffuser
  • 2 AromaGlide® Roller Fitments
KidScents Little Oilers Premium Starter Bundle with Snowy the Owl Diffuser

KidScents Little Oilers Premium Starter Bundle with Snowy the Owl Diffuser

The KidScents® Little Oilers Premium Starter Bundle has everything you need to introduce the entire family to our premium KidScents essential oil blends at a savings that makes sense.
Kidscents Little Oilers Premium Starter Bundle With Sprout The Puppy Diffuser

Kidscents Little Oilers Premium Starter Bundle With Sprout The Puppy Diffuser

Sprout the Puppy™ Diffuser is a night-light, diffuser, and white-noise machine—howl in one! Fun and simple to use, this Young Living-exclusive kids diffuser uses essential oil scents to create a soothing environment for a good night’s sleep.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

This post first appeared in the Young Living Training and Education Group