I use essential oils daily to pamper my skin, enhance my oral microbiome, purify mind & air, and clean the house. Living Libations source the best essential oils from around the globe and I’m thrilled that we’ve teamed up to give away a combo of my faves: Ylang and White Cedar essential oils.
More on these beauties below! First, though, here’s how you can get your sparkly paws on this luscious duo:
- Follow Colors of Gratitude and Living Libations on Instagram,
- Like this Instagram post,
- Tag friends you’d like to introduce to Living Libations & Colors of Gratitude +
- Leave a comment sharing who/what you’re most grateful for.
- The giveaway closes on Sat, 2/25 at midnight ET. I’ll choose a winner and announce them next Sunday, 2/26 in the same Instagram post. You’ll email me your shipping info and the fairies in the land of Living Libations will deliver your divine combo.
Here’s why I’ve chosen this duo: White Cedar “opens the heart like a silent walk through the woods.” Living Libations’ copy is spot-on; it truly captures the plants’ potentials. Their White Cedar essential oil is steam-distilled from the needles of the wild Canadian White Cedar tree. Know your sources.
I love diffusing White Cedar while working on the computer as it helps me stay focused; at the same time, White Cedar is wonderful added to a hot bath and when mopping the floor. Furthermore, White Cedar’s quite the Swiss army knife as its “sharp, sweet, woodsy aromatic is traditionally used to cleanse and disinfect enhance conscious thought, ease inflammation, clarify congested respiratory systems, and repel insects.” It also feels good knowing that White Cedar was traditionally used by Native Americans in ceremonies, which is why it’s sometimes called “Grandmother Cedar.”
Living Libations’ organic Ylang’s steam-distilled in Madagascar. I love boosting my facial serums with a drop of Ylang as it’s massively cell-regenerating and “known to balance oil production in both the skin and hair.” As if that wasn’t enough, Ylang’s caress is soothing and may reduce the feeling of stress and anxiety.
I wear Ylang as a perfume; a little dab on the pulse points or a swirl in the hair will do ya. Watch heads turn in sweet glee as you float by. It’s called the “Flower of Flowers” for a reason. At home, combine Ylang and White Cedar in your diffuser to create an atmosphere of peace and beauty.
I hope this introduction inspires you to explore the world of essential oils. I wouldn’t want to be without my trusted companions. Make sure you get the best of the best, though. It’s why I always choose Living Libations. Check out their whole line of essential oils and current specials which are super exciting (new creations!).