What are Essential Oil Rollers and how to make them? Making essential oil roller bottle recipes is one of the most easy and convenient ways to enjoy all of the benefits of essential oils. You can simply grab your 10ml glass roller bottle and roll your combo on rather than hunting around for each one of your oils to make a recipe blend each time you want to use it! Making essential oil roller blends also promotes essential oil safety by diluting your oils properly with your favorite carrier oil for everyday use. You can play with the dilution ratio listed in the below examples to make your essential oil roller blends stronger or weaker. The higher the number of drops in each bottle of essential oils, the stronger your essential oil blend will be. Scroll down to get your 30 printable essential oil roller bottle labels!
What kind of essential oils: Quality Matters
What are the best essential oils to use? With essential oils, you get what you pay for. Currently, there are no standards for essential oils. If you are just picking up different essential oils at the grocery store or the health food store, there is no way to know how pure or potent that oil is, if it is a real essential oil or just fragranced oil. In order to reap the benefits of natural remedies (ex. for seasonal allergies, sore muscles, immune system), I only use Young Living Oils because of their Seed to Seal standard. When applying oils to your skin, they are almost immediately absorbed into your system and I will not apply oils that I do not know how they are growing, harvesting and testing their oils. Just because you see a label that says pure, if there isnt there is a standard for them, then there is no telling what is in them and where they came from. I do not want to be putting unknown toxins/chemicals/fragrances/dyes onto my skin and into my system. You can purchase any of the Young Living Oils from my Love Oily Life website here. Free Shipping and 24% discount if you spend over 100 PV (this will be calculated in your cart before checkout).
Multiple reasons to make 10ml roller bottle blends:
- If you like the way a specific combo smells and you want to use it as perfume to roll on the back of the neck throughout the day
- 10ml bottles fit nicely in your purse for easy use and availablity
- Easy way to diluting essential oils is to make rollerball bottles as they makes it more convenient to use your essential oil recipes.
- You use a specific combination of oils for a specific issue such as a sleep aid, muscle sooth, calming, afternoon slump, headache blend, etc.
How to make Essential Oil Rollers: The Easiest Ways to use your Oils
Making a roller ball is so easy! First you want to only use a glass bottle for your roller as the oils can get toxins from plastic and may also leak in plastic bottles. You simply add your essential oil drops to your bottle, and then fill the rest of the bottle with a carrier oil of your choice. Pop on the roller top for topical application and its ready to roll on. Once you start making these you will be wanting to share how to make essential oil rollers with all of your friends!
Where to get bottles and rollers?
The best value on 10ml roller bottles I have used are directly from Got Oil Supplies here. They are less than $1 per bottle and they have steel roller balls instead of plastic. There are different kinds on Amazon here but be careful as many of them leak or the roller ball pops out. You can also repurpose your empty 5ml or 15ml bottles once your oil is gone and use these Young Living’s Aromaglide Roller Fitments here or Got Oil Supplies Roller Fitments here
What kind of Carrier Oil to Use:
My favorite carrier oil for rollers is fractionated coconut oil. Other good choices are organic jojoba oil or grapeseed oil. There is a great 5 pack combo kit here that gives you Coconut oil, Castor Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Almond Oil, Avocado Oil for one price. The carrier oil dilutes the strength of your essential ols. When using Young Living oils, they are very potent and strong. You do not need to apply them NEAT (full strength without a carrier) to receive their natural benefits. The carrier oil also allows you to you less of your essential oils without losing the natural benefits.
Make sure you Label: Free Printable Essential Oil Roller Bottle Labels
If I make essential oil roller blends and I don't label it, I never remember what's in it or what its for. I made these Free Printable Essential Oil Roller Bottle Labels for myself and they even has what is in the bottle along with what its used for. These printable essential oil roller bottle lables make it so easy to use your oils! You can print them directly to Avery shipping labels and just add to the bottles you make! You can print it directly here or right click the below image and save to your device for printing. You will need to slightly cut them on both sdes to fit your roller bottles properly.30 rollerball recipes FINAL
Where to Roll on your oils on your body
Ok so now you have made your oil bottles and you are ready to use them on your body. The most popular places to roll your oils on are the bottoms of feet, on bug bites, on pulse points (wrist or over heart), back of neck, and affected area (such as knees, tension points etc). Never ever put oils near your eyes or inside your ears. If you get essential oils in your eye, flush your eye with carrier oil. Water will not help.
30 Essential Oil Roller Blend Recipes & how to make essential oil rollers:
Using the blends below, add your drops of essential oils into the 10 ml bottle first and then fill the rest of the bottle with your carrier oil.
~ supports overall wellness and immunity system
~ supports focus, stay on task
~ apply to affected are to help with pain relief
15 drops Copaiba
~ for occasional stomach upset
~ promotes overall calmness
~ supports relief for minor aches
~ helps relieve head and neck tension
~ supports restful sleep
~ promotes uplifting, positive mood
~supports respiratory system & clear breathing
~promotes positive feelings
Pimple Be Gone
~ aids in drying occasional and minor acne
~ for environmental and seasonal threats
~supports overall wellness & immunity system
~ helps skin recover
~ aids in increasing energy & motivation
~ aids in soothing muscle aches
~ aids in headache tension
Ease the Itch
~ soothes irritated skin
~ for alertness and mild memory issues
~ helps smooth bumpy skin tones
~ helps support against fatigue
~ oil blend to aid in massage
~promotes feelings of calmness, peace & quiet
~ promotes confidence & courage
~ supports overall calmness & grounding
~calms, smooths skin, promotes glow & youth
~ calms and reduces irritability
~nourishes skins & protects against aging
How to make essential oil rollers to use for perfume? Experiment with different oils such as joy, valor, ylang ylang or any other oil you like the smell of and make up your own personalized scent!
Many of the oils in these essential oil roller blend recipes can be purchased in a Young Living Starter Kit with 12 bottles of oils plus get a free diffuser and save 24% off on all of your orders plus a Subscribe and Save option where you can earn free oils! You can get the kit here
I hope you enjoyed this how to make essential oil rollers article & get good use from the 30 printable essential oil roller bottle labels. Please feel free to ask any questions in the comments!
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