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Warming Oil For Winter

If you are like me, you probably have parts of your body that are never quite warm in winter, and often dry, from fabric rubbing against the skin constantly (sweater weather has some disadvantages).

Fractionated coconut oil absorbs into the skin quickly and leaves your skin feeling great. Add in warming essential oils and you will find your skin not only feels better, but you smell fabulous! In a rollerball, you have a gender fluid cologne roller. It’s warm. Spicy. Mysterious woodland feeling.

Warming Oil



If using a mason jar, add coconut oil, then essential oils. Seal tightly and shake. To use, shake gently, then open and dip a spoon in, take out a bit and apply to spots on the skin that are cold to the touch.

If using a rollerball, add oils to the rollerball, then top with coconut oil (you won’t use it all). Apply top, shake gently. Keep tightly sealed. Apply to cold parts of the body, by rolling on.


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