How to Make a Mother’s Day Spa Basket

I love using my essential oils to make my own beauty and spa products. And people always love when I give them as gifts. So if you’re looking for a fun and easy way to pamper Mom this year on Mother’s Day or pamper yourself. 🙂 Here are six fabulous and frugal ways to use your essential oils to make it a “Spa Day Everyday”!

Recipes for how to make spa products with Young Living Essential Oils.

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These recipes are great since they can all be customized depending on which essential oils you use. If you’re wondering which essential oils I like to use, here ya go! 🙂

Essential Oils for my ultimate Spa Experience

Foaming Hand Soap: Lavender, Ylang Ylang, or Geranium

Linen Spray: Lavender or a mix of lavender and Roman Chamomile, or Cedarwood

Sugar Scrub: Stress Away for relaxation or Lemon for revitalization

Body Butter: Grounding. Peace & Calming, Lavender, or Ylang Ylang

Bath Salts: Stress Away, Eucalyptus Globulus, Lavender, or Idaho Balsam Fir

Body Wash: Lemon, Orange, Grapefruit, Lavender, Ylang Ylang, or Geranium

Where to find Containers:

I’m a bit of a hoarder when it comes to saving containers. I’m always thinking how can I re-purpose this? 🙂 So if you already have containers that will work, use those. If not you can easily find the containers you need at local stores. My favorite places to look include the Container Store, Target, Michaels Craft Store, and even Whole Foods (especially if I just need one spray bottle). If you prefer to shop online here are some links to containers that would be great to use.

Foaming Hand Soap – 8 ounce foaming soap dispenser

Linen Spray – 2 ounce glass spray bottle

Sugar Scrub – 8 ounce glass glass jar

Body Butter – 8 ounce glass jar

Bath Salts – 16 ounce glass jar

Body Wash – 8 ounce stainless steal soap dispenser

Wishing you a rejuvenating and Happy Mother’s Day!

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Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my personal use. You can read the full disclaimer here.