It’s Finally Oily Thursday!
Hope everybody is having a great week! One more day until we are home free for the weekend and FOOTBALL! ⚜🏈 Already have a lot of bottles of essential oil? Are they just scattered around or in an unorganized place? Or are they in your cabinets taking up room? Do you go a lot of places where you want to show them off and have on-hand? Well, you’re in luck because today I’m going to tell you what to use for essential oils storage and how I store my extra bottles; as well as, the ones I don’t use all the time.
Essential Oils Storage
Creative Options Grab and Go
Before becoming Consultant for Young Living, I had my eye out on getting this storage unit for my scrapbooking supplies. Unfortunately, I knew it was too small for all my wonderful things. Finally, after I signed-up for Young Living and knowing I was going to be attending various scrapbooking retreats where I would want to share the wonderful benefits about the oils; I purchase my Creative Options Grab and Go from Michael’s Craft store but you can purchase yours here and just type in creative options.
In the top enclosure, as you can see, I have empty eye drop bottles, cotton balls, extra bottles of thieves spray and my samples to give out. I like to keep the samples especially when I’m at a scrapbooking retreat so when I’m talking to anyone and get them interested I can give them one of the samples to try while we are still there at the retreat. Sometimes, by the end of the retreat I have someone telling me they are going to order as soon as they get home.
Also in my top enclosure, I have an extra roll-on of Deep Relief. Since this is one of my go-to oils, I like to make sure I have one at all times including in case I run out when out-of-town. 😁
Last, but not least in my top enclosure is my copy of the Essential Oils pocket reference book. If you have read my previous posts, you will notice I use this sometimes to tell about what the each oils are good for helping. I also have the bigger book version which has a bit more information in it. These two book are great to have on hand; whether just getting started or still learning about the many benefits and uses they provide.
Essential Oil Carrying Case
As I have mentioned several times in previous posts, I have used essential oils for over 10 years. Over the years before Young Living, I had collected a lot of different ones but still only used mainly Lavender and Peppermint while experimenting with a few others along the way.
By the time I moved to Mississippi’s Gulf Coast I needed something reasonable to store them in so I had gotten on Amazon’s website and purchased this 30-bottle essential oil carrying case. It will hold basically any size, 5ml, 10ml and 15ml bottles and the ‘sides’ for the squares just move depending on the bottle size. I love this little case as it easily fits into almost any place so I can have them ‘on-hand’ as I only have the ones I use from time to time. They also come in several different colors. I have another one in a ‘lavender purple.’
There you go, a great way to storage your on-hand essential oil bottles and the ones you use but not that often. Hope you enjoyed!
Have any questions about Young Living Essential Oils? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible. Ready to make it yourself but need the oils? Visit my personal Young Living website here. Want to sign up to be a consultant and receive free gifts, discounts and more? Click here. Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!
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**As with any over the counter medicines or prescription, a specific essential oil may work great for me, but not so much for you. I am not a doctor, just someone who uses essential oils on a daily basis and loves them. These are recommendations, as it is a trial and error type process to find what works best for you. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.**