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lesley graham

For light hair:
1/4 cup arrowroot powder
3 drops lavender essential oil
3 drops rosemary essential oil

For darker hair:
2T arrowroot powder
2T raw cocoa powder
3 drops lavender essential oil
3 drops rosemary essential oil

Add powders to a food processor and pulse to incorporate. Add essential oils and gently pulse again. You may have to play with the amount of cocoa powder that you add in order to get a shade that is perfect for you. I have a mix of blondes and light brown in my hair, so just 1tsp of cocoa powder was enough for me. I suggest adding the cocoa powder 1tsp or 1T at a time and test it to your root color, adding more if you need. If your mixture becomes too dark, add a little more arrowroot powder to lighten it.  Store your mixture in a glass jar (I like mason jars). When ready to use, apply the powder to the roots of your hair using a makeup brush. And enjoy the calming yet uplifting aroma of the lavender and rosemary as you go throughout your day!

Other oils that would be great if lavender + rosemary isn't your thing: rosemary + peppermint, lavender + peppermint, lavender + copaiba, grapefruit + bergamot, bergamot + patchouli.

Recipe via Ashley Cribb of Apothic Holistic


lesley graham



We love a good find! How cute are these apothecary jars found at Target? Love! One of our favorite ways to use oils are with epsom salts. You can find these at a drugstore or Target just make sure they are unscented and just salt.

Bath Salts

You will need:

+ 1/4 cup epsom salts

+ 4 drops of your favorite essential oils

Place in a measuring cup or scoop and let the bath water run over the salts to disperse them. If you want to make a batch of salts fill up a jar with salts, 8 drops of essential oils (for a small ball jar), 1 t baking soda (to keep it from clumping) and shake! Enjoy!


lesley graham

Bergamot + Mint Sea Salt Scrub

You will need:

+ 1 cup coarse sea salt 
+ 1/4 cup almond oil or fractionated coconut oil
+ 4 drops bergamot essential oil
+ 2 drops peppermint essential oil

Place the sea salt in a medium bowl and slowly mix in the almond or coconut oil. Add the essential oils and stir well to combine. Store in a glass jar.

To use: scoop out some of the mixture and rub onto desired area, using slight pressure to gently exfoliate the skin. If using on the feet, pay particular attention to the heels, pads of the feet and any calloused areas. Allow the scrub to sit for 5-10 minutes, then soak off in a tub or foot bath. This is a great way to create a spa-like experience at home! Added bonus: set up your diffuser with your favorite oil for relaxing. We like lavender, Idaho balsam fir, Peace & Calming, or Joy.

recipe courtesy of Ashley Cribb of Apothic Holistic