Summer Survival DIY Recipes
Chemical-Free Summer Recipes
NEW Sunscreen by Young Living
Apply every hour and especially after swimming
- Young Living Claraderm Mist
- 5 Drops Young Living Carrot Seed Oil
Protect Your Skin Lotion
- 1 Bottle Genesis Lotion
- 1 bottle Carrot Seed essential oil
- 40-80 drops of Myrrh for extra SPF
After Sun Lotion (Best for fair skin)
- ¼ cup coconut oil
- ¼ cup shea butter
- 1/8 cup sesame or jojoba oil
- 1-2 tbsp zinc oxide powder (opt)
- 20-30 drops carrot seed essential oil
- 5 drops essential oil of your choice: lavender or peppermint
Or, use Young Living's NEW After Sun Spray!
Fun & Sun Skin Calming Spray
- 20-25 drops Young Living Lavender (2-3 drops peppermint – optional)
- 2 oz. of 100% Pure Aloe Vera Juice (Water or Rose Water could be substituted)
- 2 oz. Dark glass spray bottle (don’t use plastic)
- Fill an 8 oz spray bottle with 4 oz distilled water
- Add 4 oz Witch Hazel
- 10 drops Thieves, Purification and Peppermint Essential Oils
- Shake and Spray
Nourishing Body Serum
After sunbathing make sure you use an oil that contains essential oils- not only prolongs tans but nourishes the skin. Apply over the whole body after showering.
- Lavender 10
- Chamomile 5
- Bergamot 1
- Geranium 2
- Almond oil 2oz
- Sesame oil 2 tbs.
Outdoor Spray – 8 oz glass spray bottle
- 20 drops Purification
- 10 drops Peppermint
- 10 drops Lavender
- 4 drops Thieves
- 3 ounces Witch Hazel or Vodka
- 4 ounces distilled water
Or use Young Living's NEW Insect Repellent!
After Sun Spray
Use for insect bites or after a long day in the sun.
Cut garlic clove in half and apply cut side direct to bite for immediate relief of bee or wasp stings. Apply Purification and Lavender to bite for lasting relief.
For ticks: apply 1 drop Peppermint or *Thieves essential oil direct to tick – it should wiggle out on it’s own. *Thieves is a hot oil and can feel hot when applied directly on skin, however, most people do not mind the heat as the objective is to get the tick out.
After removal, apply Lavender essential oil to the site of bite.