Essential Oils · Homesteading

Bump & Bruise Essential Oil Rollerball

While we carry a Bruise Rollerball in our farm store, it is good to have a backup recipe for an essential oil rollerball that doesn’t contain Helichrysum. For casual essential oil users, Helichrysum is one of the most expensive oils you will purchase. The recipe uses Frankincense, which while also expensive from some sources, I feel is worth purchasing for the many uses it has. Simply Earth however is an affordable way to build an oil collection, especially for projects like this. Their oils are priced similar to Aura Cacia oils, and are for topical use.

And embrace the Geranium oil! When I was building my oil collection it was one I put off buying. It just didn’t call to me. I bought it finally, and love the scent in a carrier oil like coconut oil. It smells of rose, but not that heavy rose scent that makes you think of older lady perfume.

Bump & Bruise Essential Oil Rollerball



Add oils to rollerball, top with fractionated coconut oil to top (use a pipette for ease). Put on rollerball top, shake gently, wipe off bottle with a new paper towel, if needed. Keep tightly sealed and out of direct sunlight.

Apply as needed – on bumps and bruises, to help with healing.

Do not use on young children or pets.


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These recipes are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. They are not medical advice. This recipe contains essential oils. If any of the products cause skin irritation, discontinue use immediately. Do not ingest! If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these recipes.

Lady Bee hard at work yesterday, on one of our many Lavender plants….

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