17 Essential Oils And An Essential Oil Recipe For Beautiful Skin

by Christine Merritt


Fill a glass container upto 1/4 capacity with equal amounts of dead sea salt, epsom salt, green tea leaves, food-grade diatomaceous earth or Atlantic kelp and baking soda. Fill the rest of the container with extra virgin olive oil and add 10-20 drops of lavender essential oil. While the mix is ready for use, allowing it to sit for a couple of hours enhances its potency.


Are you ready for beautiful, glowing skin? This Power Oil is rich in minerals and nutrients that are great for your skin. I have been using it for less than a week and the skin all over my body is softer than it has been in a long time.


This recipe came from my fellow Wellness Advocate, Jennifer Carr from Wildflower Wellness. When she was in massage school at A New Beginning School of Massage in Austin, TX, her hydrotherapy teacher, Michael Vance, taught her to make this incredible oil. She passed on the recipe to me at an essential oil class and she is graciously allowing me to share it with you guys. (She has incredible skin that looks like perfection!).



Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Dead Sea Salt

Epsom Salt

Baking Soda

Green Tea Leaves

Lavender Essential Oil

Food grade diatomaceous earth or Atlantic kelp



In a glass container, add the dry ingredients in equal amounts so that they fill 25% of the container.

Fill the rest of the container with the olive oil.

Add 10- 20 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (depending on the size of your container).

You can start using it right away but it is even better the longer it sits and “marinates”.




Essential Oil Benefits For Skin

Here is a list of essential oils for your skin.


Lavender Oil

Helps skin recover quickly and soothes occasional skin irritations.

Frankincense Oil

Promotes cellular health and reduces the appearance of blemishes and rejuvenates the skin. I apply

Power Oil and add a drop of Frankincense to my wrinkles every morning.

Melaleuca Oil

Renowned for its cleansing and rejuvenating effect on the skin, promotes a clear healthy complexion,

soothes minor skin irritations.

Bergamot Oil

Promotes healthy clear skin, soothes and rejuvenates skin. Bergamot is a sensitive oil so avoid sunlight

for 12 hours after use.

Cedarwood Oil

Promotes clear healthy skin. Cedarwood is a photo-sensitive oil so avoid sunlight for 12 hours after


    Fennel Oil

Calms minor skin irritation.

Geranium Oil

Promotes clear healthy skin.

Grapefruit Oil

Beneficial for oily skin issues. Grapefruit is a photo sensitive oil so avoid sun for 12 hours after use.

    Helichrysum Oil

Helps skin recover quickly, reduces the appearance of wrinkles and other blemishes, promotes a     glowing youthful complexion.

Juniper Berry Oil

May benefit problematic skin areas.

Lemongrass Oil


Purifies and tones the skin.


Soothes the skin, promotes a smooth youthful complexion.

Patchouli Oil

Helps skin recover, reduces the appearance of blemishes and soothes irritations.

Roman Chamomile Oil

Therapeutic and calming on the skin.

Sandalwood Oil

Promotes healthy, smooth skin, reduces the appearance of blemishes.

    Thyme Oil

Provides cleansing and purifying effects on the skin.

Ylang ylang Oil

Balances hormones and promotes healthy skin and hair.

Always use Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils for better skin.

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