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how to make oregano lotion

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We use our homemade oregano lotion when we feel our immune systems need a boost.  Making your own skin products has a lot of benefits for you and your family.  In this chemical-ridden world, it is really hard to trust companies to make products that are free of toxins and chemicals.  Making your own oregano lotion is easy, toxin-free, and will benefit your family during sick season.


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According to WebMD, “Oregano contains chemicals that might help reduce cough and spasms. Oregano also might help digestion by increasing bile flow and fighting against some bacteria, viruses, fungi, intestinal worms, and other parasites.”

Oregano essential oil is steam distilled from oregano leaves and can aid in healthy lung function and using this amazing plant may boost your immune system too.


Diluting essential oils is of the utmost importance when you want to expose children to them.  Essential oils should always be used with caution and education.  Making a lotion is a great way to properly dilute the oils and still obtain their properties for your children.  We apply our DIY oregano lotion to our feet {Vitaflex  points} and our spines.  {A good rule for diluting essential oils for children is 1 drop essential oil to 1 teaspoon carrier oil.  You can also read how we use and make essential oil roll-ons.}


DIY Oregano Lotion Recipe



  1. Boil a 4 oz ball glass jar to sanitize.
  2. Melt coconut oil.
  3. Pour avocado oil and essential oils into glass jar, followed by the coconut oil.
  4. Place in the refrigerator.

The oils will combine and you will be left with an amazingly soft lotion.  This is seriously soft and perfect.  We love the consistency of this lotion — it moisturizes the skin without leaving any greasy feeling.  And you will smell like a pizza :)  We hope you try how to make oregano lotion for your family!!


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